“Don’t keep Orthodoxy to yourself as though it were some private treasure. Share it!” Blessed Seraphim of Platina.

Welcome to my Blog Page – Through the Grace of God! I’m so glad you’re here!

I’m an Eastern Orthodox Christian Uni Student in Australia! I love my Orthodox Christian Faith – it has and continues to be my guiding light, strength and hope in this world. And I want to share the richness of the Orthodox Faith and life with Christ, with everyone!

So what will you find on this humble small blog?

…Well it is very much a work in progress (very much like our spiritual lives!). However, I hope it will become a repository of the rich wisdom of the Orthodox Christian Holy Church Fathers and Saints and of course, the Word of God in the Bible (whose depth truly has no end)!

And of course, this blog would not be complete without the inclusion of the Lives Of The Saints, Miracles (including some very recent miracles from around the world) and Orthodox Writings on various aspects of Christian living!

I humbly pray that through the Grace of God, the words of wisdom expounded from 2000 years of Orthodoxy that you find on this blog, may instill in you the love, light and joy that permeates the Orthodox Christian Faith with life in Christ.

In the words of St Athanasius The Great, “Orthodoxy is what Christ taught, the apostles preached and the Fathers kept.”

Through God’s loving providence may we all grow in our spiritual journeys, be strengthened in our struggles and have people discover the richness and truth of the Orthodox faith!

Please feel free to contact me; I’d love to hear from you: throughthegraceofgod@gmail.com

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God bless you and may the Grace of God be with, guide and enlighten us all!



2 Comments Add yours

  1. John clones says:

    What church is that a photograph of? Please reply.


    1. throughthegraceofgod says:

      It’s Agia Sophia in Constantinople. Hope that helps, God bless!


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