Prayer to St. Tryphon, Wonderworker of Pechenga (Kola)

O All-holy Trinity saint, O most blessed and equal-to-the-Apostles pastor, our Venerable Father Tryphon! Do not forget your flock; remember in your holy and God-pleasing prayers, offered in the Trinity to the glorified God, your flock, which you yourself, according to the good news from an Angel, gathered together and saved at your coming. Ponezhe in the affinity of your worldly dwelling, having heard in the holy church at matins singing: “the life of the desert is hidden, it is resurrected by divine care”, and from this was enraged by Divine love, leaving the house and affinity and coming to the edge of the northern country, you enlightened the Creator, all God, the Lapps people, with the help of holy baptism. Yezhe, in the establishment of the Christian faith, many exiles and misadventures didst thou raise up; and near the Pecheneg River thou didst dwell in the wilderness, and having gathered the brethren from many towns and villages, thou didst build a great monastery, and when thou didst depart to the heavenly villages, thou didst receive a gift of prophecy from God about thy visit to the monastery, and after thy death on dry land, you have performed many miracles and goals with faith to those who ask, and now you are doing them. Thus we beseech thee, do not forget to visit thy children; pray for us, O venerable Father, who come to thee in faith, and for all Christians, for they have boldness to the immortal King Christ, God of all; do not be silent for us to the Lord, and do not despise us, who by faith and love honor thee and remember thy holy memory. For though thou didst pass away from us in body, yet even after thy death, living in spirit, thou didst always perform miracles. Through your prayers keep us from the arrows and wiles of the enemy, and all the charms of devils, and from enemies visible and invisible. To our good shepherd! If your relics are invisible to us in the ratse, then please always stand in the Trinity to the glorified God, at the throne of His incomprehensible majesty, constantly in prayer, we fervently resort to you and ask: beseech and ask us for time to repent, so that at the hour of the soul’s exodus we may pass from earthly to heavenly, from the ordeals of the air and eternal torments let us be delivered, and the heavenly kingdom of the heiress will be with all those who have been pleasing from time immemorial. O All-blessed and Venerable our Father Tryphon! Do not even now despise us who flow to you, for we are saved by your prayers and help, and we send up glory and thanksgiving, praise and worship for everyone in the Trinity to the one God, Creator of all, the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen.

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