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Crkva Svetog Preobraženja [Sokobanja]
Serbia

Today, the temple of the Holy Nativity Bogorndice at LEPTERIJA in Soko Banja, Divine Liturgy and cut the slava cake, celebrated the feast of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and patron saint. Divine Liturgy is served Sokobanja pastor, father, Zoran Golubovic, in the presence of two priests, guests of the spa under the Ozren and many believers.


Although it rained up to 11 hours, did not prevent, or prevent, the faithful and visitors to the sanctuary to attend the Liturgy after the slava cake cutting. Domestic Slave, pastry chefs, this year was Mrs. Milosava Andric, with his family, from Soko-banja.

Those who are on the occurrence of a few drops of rain, cold weather or give up faith, justification: "Eh, wrong time", not only missed the rich slava feast, but, and the Table of the Lord! "Many are called but few are chosen," says the LORD, and they discouraged, who fear the rain and cold weather, can not hope for the Kingdom of Heaven, because they are staying in a warm room table attended by demons!

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Uploaded: 21/09/2011
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Tags: church; orhodox; crkva; preobrazenje; soko banja; sokobanja; serbia; srbija; europe
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