Prayer to St. Nikita the Stylite, the Wonderworker of Pereslavl

O all-honorable head, Venerable Most Blessed Father, St. Nikita the Venerable Martyr! Do not forget your poor to the end, but always remember us in your holy and auspicious prayers to God, and do not forget to visit your children. Pray for us, good father and chosen one of Christ, for you have boldness toward the Heavenly King, and do not be silent for us toward the Lord, and do not despise us who honor you through faith and love. Remember us, unworthy ones, at the Throne of the Almighty, and do not cease to pray for us to Christ our God: for you have been given the grace to pray for us. We do not pretend that you are dead, even if you have passed away from us in your body, but even after your death you are alive. Do not depart from us in spirit, preserving and preserving us from the arrows of the enemy and all the charms of demons, our good intercessor and prayerbook. Even though your relics are always visible before our eyes, your holy soul rejoices worthily at the Throne of the Almighty God with the angelic hosts, with the disembodied faces, and with the heavenly powers. Leading us to be truly alive after death, we fall down and pray to you, and we pray for you, that you may pray for us to the Almighty God for the benefit of our souls, and ask us time to repent and pass away from earth to heaven without being chosen, and we will be delivered from bitter trials, and princes of the air, and eternal torments. and to be an heir to the Kingdom of heaven, together with all the righteous who have pleased Him, our Lord Jesus Christ, from the beginning of time. To Him belongs all glory, honor, and worship, together with His Beginningless Father and Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen.

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