Prayer to St. Cornelius, Abbot of Paleostrov, Wonderworker

O Venerable Our Father Cornelius, great servant of God and quick intercessor in adversity! Do not forget, as thou didst promise, to visit us, thy children: for though thou didst depart from us in body, yet abidest thou with us in spirit. We pray to you, O Venerable Father Cornelius, intercede for us, your sinful servants, to the Lord Jesus Christ and His Most Pure Mother of God, our Lady Theotokos, so that we may be delivered from famine, destruction, cowardice, flood, fire and sword, from the invasion of foreigners and internecine warfare, from vain death and from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward, from the death of a coward. all enemies visible and invisible. O Venerable Father Cornelius! Hear us, your sinful servants, who pray to you, but more than ever in this hour they fall down with tears to the shrine with your holy image: do not turn us away from your intercession: If we are also sinners, but with faith we flow to your precious tomb and, with loving kisses to your precious icon, we tenderly call: accept this prayer from us who are unworthy, like a fragrant censer, like an acceptable sacrifice, and enliven our souls with evil deeds and thoughts, O Venerable One, and enlighten our eyes of the heart, as you do. and to the virgin Agatha thou didst heal the gum-eye and make it see, and to Boris who was suffering in a dream thou didst appear, and having made him sound from his slackness, thou didst lead him into a monastic image, so that we, who are bound by the bonds of the enemy, by which our evil will binds us, mayest thou draw us out of the depths of our transgressions, resolve the snares of the devil by your merciful intercession. Amen.

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