A Momentary Lull

I ask patience of readers for my lack of activity for the last 2 days. I am recovering from a virus and hope to be well enough for work by tomorrow. Your prayers are appreciated.

A good feast to all (Transfiguration). What a blessed event as Peter, James and John saw the manifestation of the marriage of heaven and earth in its most splendid form! May God grant us all eyes to see!

About Fr. Stephen Freeman

Fr. Stephen is a priest of the Orthodox Church in America, Pastor Emeritus of St. Anne Orthodox Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He is also author of Everywhere Present and the Glory to God podcast series.



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9 responses to “A Momentary Lull”

  1. mic Avatar
    mic

    Blessed feast to you as well Fr.

    Get well soon!

    peace
    mic-

  2. Justin Farr Avatar

    “… manifestation of the marriage of heaven and earth…”

    When you feel better, can you elaborate on this part, please?

    Get well soon! 🙂

    Love,
    Justin

  3. Fr. James Early Avatar

    May the Lord grant you a swift healing!

  4. tyrporter Avatar
    tyrporter

    Blessed feast!

    I was sorry to hear you have been unwell.

  5. Margaret Avatar
    Margaret

    Fr. Stephen, thanks for letting us know! You are a blessing and I pray that you will be richly blessed by God in all things!

  6. Mary Avatar
    Mary

    Blessed Feast!

    Prayers for you recovery!

    Mary

  7. fatherstephen Avatar

    Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers. I began to feel the tide had turned this afternoon – thanks be to God. Cohabiting a planet with viruses is not always pleasant. We have got to negotiate a better living arrangement with them. 🙂

  8. Harlemite Avatar

    It’s the negotiations with them that always seem bring me down. Okay. Maybe that wasn’t so funny. 😐

    I’m very glad to see you’re doing better Fr. Stephen. 🙂 May you continue to be blessed.

  9. Alice C. Linsley Avatar

    Many of my friends have had a stomach virus. I had a touch of it myself. This summer virus is yucky! I’m glad you are feeling better, Father.

    Thank you for being steadfast in your parish ministry and with this inspiring and truthful blog.

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