Happy Orthodox Christmas 2023 Instagram Captions, Messages, Quotes, Images, Greetings, and Wishes: Today Orthodox Christmas is being celebrated, which is celebrated every year exactly 13 days after Christmas on 07 January. It is the most popular celebration day in the world. Large number of people celebrate this day successfully. Most international locations follow the Gregorian calendar, although Orthodox Christians follow the Julian calendar. Hence their Christmas Day timings have been changed. Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Lord Christ. This is a holy festival. In fact, the Orthodox Church recognized this day as the birthday of Jesus. Others celebrate the birthday of Jesus on 25 December but here it is celebrated on 7 January. Sometimes the date varies as they follow the Julian calendar. The day is being celebrated across the country with various activities. Christmas is viewed as a high occasion by the Russian Orthodox Church. This calendar was started by Pope Gregory in 1582. However, some people in the Middle East still follow the Julian calendar. This calendar was started by Julius Caesar in 45 BC.
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Happy Orthodox Christmas 2023 Instagram Captions, Messages, Quotes, Images, Greetings, and Wishes
Christmas is the time for prayers, sing carols and read bible. It’s time to recollect and walk on the righteous path laid by the God.
May Christ, our lord whose nativity we celebrate, through the power of supporting cross and through the protection of his brilliant powers.
“For the Lord touched all parts of creation, and freed and undeceived them all from every deceit.
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The Son of God becomes the Son of Man, so that he may share in what is worse in order to enable me to share in what is better. Happy Christmas.
O man, for your sake was Christ born, and the Son of God came that He might make you to live; He became a babe, He became a child, and He became a man, being (at the same time) God in His Nature, and the Son of God. Merry Christmas