St. Athanasios

Reflecting on Matthew 18:21-35, St. Athanasios says… For the one who gave it wasn’t a hard man. If he had been hard, he wouldn’t have given the money in the first place. And the gift wasn’t useless. He never found fault with it. For the giver was good and the gift was capable of bearing fruit. Therefore, Christ praises those who enlarge their gifts. He said – “Well done, good and faithful servant; thou has been faithful in a little, I will place thee over much!”

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Guiding the Stewardship Committee, as part of the National Standing Committees of the Serbian Orthodox Church in the United States
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1 Response to St. Athanasios

  1. I would suggest contacting Bobby Maddox at Ancient Faith Radio in Indiana. They have an on-line book store as well. You may also reach out to Father Serafim Baltic at New Gracanica Monestary in Third Lake, IL – they have a bookstore and outreach to parish bookstores.


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