It is no longer I who live but Christ lives in me

It is no longer I who live but Christ lives in me
Тhe holy Apostle Paul sometimes offers milk to beginners in the faith when he feels that solid food would be too strong for them. Thus he writes to the Christians in Corinth: “I fed you with milk and not with solid food, for until now you were not able to receive it” (1 Cor. 3:2). ...

Saint Sava led us and directed us into the Kingdom of Heaven

Saint Sava led us and directed us into the Kingdom of Heaven
The Serbian Church is a church of Saint Sava; it lays on his foundations. In the light of the Sava’s will, we all need to re-examine our own views and views in relation to it, so that we can see how much we fit into the values of the Church and not how much it ...

Faith above all – Saint Sava

Faith above all - Saint Sava
When we celebrate the Saint Sava, we need to be receptive to the messages he is sending to us. Sava’s messages are as important to us, today, as they were vital to our distant ancestors, whom he was tirelessly trying to reach into their souls. Saint Sava sacrificed whole his earthly life, every blink of ...

Wake up from your drunken stupor, as is right (1 Corinthians 15:34)

Wake up from your drunken stupor, as is right (1 Corinthians 15:34)
Believe me, it is not easy for us, the priests of God Most High (Hebrews 7:1). We always have to sail against the current, against the wind and against the mainstream. For example: here in the Western World exists an insane pre-Christmas shopping frenzy. It has been already widely accepted that what surrounds Christmas has ...

Let’s get St. Nicholas back – Let’s return to St. Nicholas

Let's get St. Nicholas back - Let's return to St. Nicholas
St. Nicholas, the most celebrated saint among us, Serbs, was put through many transformations and with each of these unnatural and forced changes of his holy image he got distanced from himself and we got distanced from apprehending and celebrating this saint the way he deserves St. Nicholas is the “ideal of faith and an ...

There is nobody like us

There is nobody like us
During all these years that God gave to me, I have been to many parts of the world; I have seen all sorts of things, among which many different anomalies Last summer, blessed with a new status of a retired man, I had an opportunity to tour the land of Serbs for a much longer ...

God, a child – through our family nest comes to us

God, a child - through our family nest comes to us
∗I delivered this sermon far back as 1995. I find that it is current today as it was 23 years ago, however, I must elaborate on my claim at the time that there is no greater evil than television. Television is still evil, but the internet, with all of its challenges, can be more evil ...

The inheritance of the saints in the light

The inheritance of the saints in the light
(Col. 1: 12–18) In his epistle to the Colossians St. Paul tells his fellow Christians that he prays to God for them unceasingly and that he asks that they may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding (Col. 1:9). Then, continuing with his thoughts he says, “giving thanks ...

Do not weep

Do not weep
Through the eyes of St. Luke the evangelist  7:11-16) we witness the miracle of the resurrection and we watch the most moving scene that our imagination could conjure Christ was on His way to a town by the name of Nain. “And when He came near the gates of the city, behold, a dead man ...

St. Paul, personally

St. Paul, personally
“I make known to you”. These words are taken from the first chapter of St. Paul’s epistle to the Galatians As it happens, this epistle is one of the most personal that St. Paul wrote. “See with what large letters I have written to you with my own hand” (Gal. 6:11) he says at the ...