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Akathist to the Mother of God, “The Inexhaustible Cup”

   
No. 2 of St. Paisius Orthodox Monastery Series

“‘The Inexhaustible Cup’ is an inexhaustible cup of joy, consolation, healing, life; in other words, the inexhaustible spring of all blessings and gifts. [...]By calling the Mother of God ‘The Inexhaustible Cup’ one understands this in the sense of Her being quintessentially pure. One can see thereby the deep spiritual reason as to why the Icon ‘The Inexhaustible Cup’ has become the source of salvific hopes and healings for those who, by coming to this Icon, run to Her when fighting the passion of drunkenness.”
—“History of the Icon ‘The Inexhaustible Cup’”

CONTENTS

History of the Icon “The Inexhaustible Cup”
   Concerning the Icon Today
Ikos 1
Kontakion 2
Ikos 2
Kontakion 3
Ikos 3
Kontakion 4
Ikos 4
Kontakion 5
Ikos 5
Kontakion 6
Ikos 6
Kontakion 7
Ikos 7
Kontakion 8
Ikos 8
Kontakion 9
Ikos 9
Kontakion 10
Ikos 10
Kontakion 11
Ikos 11
Kontakion 12
Ikos 12
Kontakion 13
First Prayer
Second Prayer
Troparion
Musical Notation for Singing the Akathist

Item Number: BKSP762
Publication Data: Safford, AZ: St. Paisius Orthodox Monastery, 2006
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 32
Dimensions (l × w × h): 16.5 cm × 12.0 cm × 0.2 cm
Additional Information: two-color printing, full-color illustrations

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