Welcome to Holy Week!

holy week graphicDear Listeners, we are continuing the Daily Lenten Journey Podcast with a new series during Holy Week and Easter. Thank you for taking this journey with us and continuing "the road to the cross and tomb". May you be blessed!

Resurrection and Beginnings
April 20, 2014

Holy Week Day #9 - Easter Sunday! - You made it through to the end, only to find it's the beginning. The angels direct us to look at Life and we do - to find it Resurrected! Final directions for the Lenten Journey.
Music: "Govya Yerousghem" by Vazkenian Seminarians at Lake Sevan; Speghani Children's choir; "Birdsong Medly" by Armen Chakmakian; "About God" by Gor Mkhitarian.
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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'Before the Dawn' April 19, 2014

Holy Week Day #8 - Easter Eve - It's always darkest before the dawn, but the Light cannot be contained. It's radiating from the Tomb of Christ, as we anticipate the Good News of Resurrection; Matthew 28;
Music: Selections from "Ornyal eh Asdvadz" by Students at the Vazkenian Seminary at Lake Sevan;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Crucifixion and Burial April 18, 2014

Holy Week Day #7 - Great Friday - a mediation as this Lenten and Holy Week Journey culminates, at the foot of the cross with Christ, Mary and St. Nersess.
Prayer: "Lord Have Mercy";
Music: Rendition of Der Voghormya by System of a Down; "Stairway to Heaven" (Led Zepplin) Symphonic Kashmir; "John Nineteen Forty One," Jesus Christ Superstar, Andrew Lloyd Webber;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Darkness: Life without Christ April 17, 2014

Holy Week Day #6 - Great Thursday - the Passion continues to unravel as Christ enters the Garden of Getsemane. We walk with Christ through this Amazing Story, where we encounter every human emotion, until we stand still in darkness - a Life without Christ.
Music: Diramayr, DerVoghormya and Oor es Mayr eem by Lucine Zakarian;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Great Wednesday April 16, 2014

Holy Week Day #5 - The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ begins to unravel from the Last Supper where he instructs by action, the lesson in humility. Washing the feet of the Disciples, he invites us to a call for social justice and action.
Prayer: St. Nersess Shnorhali's Aysor Anjar;
Music: Selections from Armenian Duduk Sounds from the Ages;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Ten Maidens April 15, 2014

Holy Week Day #4 - Holy Tuesday - The parable (Matthew 25) can be and must be turned into a story reflecting its message of preparedness. The Christian is always ready with good works and solid faith, in preparation of answering to God.
Song: "Stargazer" by Armen Donelian;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Great Monday April 14, 2014

Holy Week Day #3 - The Farewell Discourse, John 14, Trust in God, Make Sense of the Chaos, Understand with your Heart and wipe away confusion - Comfort for the Passion Traveler.
Music: "Heru M'ertar" and "Lullaby for the Sun" by Night Ark in Wonderland;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Palm Sunday April 13, 2014

Holy Week Day #2 - Cleansing the Temple - The players are in place as the Passion Play begins. The invitation is extended to stand in the Procession to Jerusalem and to open the portals to our hearts, as Jesus cleanses the temple and the remnants of evil within us.
Song: "In the Moneylender's Temple" by Ian Anderson and "Patz Mez Der" by Lucine Zakarian;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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Lazarus Saturday April 12, 2014

Holy Week Day #1 - Reflections on the death and resurrection of Jesus' friend Lazarus (John 11) and the question: "Do you believe this?"
Song: "At Their Father's Knee" by Ian Anderson;
Produced by Suzie Shatarevyan for ePostle.net

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