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Lazarus Saturday Canon final - Anaphora Press


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Copyright, 1998. Lawrence Margitich. Permission granted to copy for liturgical use. Anaphora Press, 2008.

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for Thou art our supreme desire and the support of the faithful,/

O Thou who alone lovest mankind.


Canon of Lazarus Saturday, p. 4


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Therefore with the Prophet Habakkuk I cry unto Thee:/

Glory to Thy power, O Thou who lovest mankind.

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Be merciful to me, O Savior,

for many are my transgressions,

and lead me up, I beseech Thee, from the abyss of evil:

for unto Thee have I cried;/

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who dwelt of old in Babylon,

trampled underfoot the flame of the furnace

through their faith in the Trinity, as they sang aloud:/

"O God of our fathers, blessed art Thou."


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Saved through thee, pure Virgin,

we confess thee to be truly Theotokos,/

and with the choirs of angels we magnify thee.

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