Prayer to St. Gregory, Bishop of Neocesarea, Wonderworker

O most venerable and sacred head and full of the grace of the Holy Spirit, the dwelling place of the Savior with the father, O great bishop, our warm intercessor, to Saint Gregory! Standing before the throne of the King of all, and enjoying the light of the consubstantial Trinity, and cherubic angels with them proclaiming the Trisagion Hymn, and having great and unexplored boldness towards the All-merciful Master, pray to the flock of Christ’s people to be saved, help our fatherland in battle, and subdue all enemies that are contrary to us, establish our peaceful and serene abode: establish the well-being of the Holy Churches: bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit. adorn us with the splendor of your prelacy: strengthen those who are monastics by the heroic deed of a good stream: preserve this city and all our cities and countries with kindness, and keep the holy immaculate faith with us: peace through your intercession, deliver us from famine and destruction, and preserve us from the attacks of strangers, comfort the old, instruct the young, make the mad, have mercy on widows intercede for the fatherless, raise up the children, return the captives, heal the infirmities, and free those who call upon you warmly everywhere and flow to you with faith, and fervently prostrate themselves and pray to you from all misfortunes and troubles. Pray for us to the all-merciful and human-loving Christ our God, that even on the day of his dreadful coming he may deliver us from our blindness, and make us partakers of the joys of the saints with all the saints for ever and ever. Amen.

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