Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee / Tone 1
Beatitudes on 10: Octoechos 6; Triodion 4, from Ode 6.
 
1.  Through food did the enemy lead Adam forth from paradise; but by the Cross hath 
Christ led back to it the thief who cried:  Remember me when Thou comest in Thy 
kingdom!
 
2.  With Adam and the thief I worship Thy sufferings and glorify Thy resurrection; and I 
cry out with a splendid voice:  Remember me, O Lord, when Thou comest in Thy 
kingdom!
 
3.  O Sinless One, of Thine own will Thou wast crucified and placed in the Tomb, yet 
Thou didst arise as God, raising up with Thyself Adam who crieth out: Remember me 
when Thou comest in Thy kingdom!
 
4.  Raising up the temple of Thy body by Thy resurrection on the third day, O Christ 
God, Thou didst raise up Adam and his descendants who cry: Remember me when Thou 
comest in Thy kingdom!
 
5.  Very early, the myrrh-bearing women arrived, weeping, at Thy tomb, O Christ God; 
and they found an angel sitting there, clad in white garments, who said: What seek ye?  
Christ is risen!  Lament no longer!
 
6.  When Thine apostles went to the mountain whither Thou hadst commanded them to 
go, and saw Thee, O Savior, they worshipped Thee; and Thou didst send them unto the 
nations, to teach and baptize them.
 
7.  The Publican and the Pharisee ran the race of life together, but the one was overcome 
by foolish pride and brought to shameful shipwreck, while the other was saved by 
humility.
 
8.  Changing to a righteous course of life, let us emulate the wisdom of the Publican and 
flee from the hateful conceit of the Pharisee; and so let us attain to life.
 
9.  Let us eagerly follow the ways of Jesus the Savior and His humility, if we desire to 
attain the everlasting tabernacle of joy and to dwell in the land of the living.
 

10.  I was created naked in innocence and simplicity; then the enemy clothed me in the

raiment of transgression and the grossness of the flesh.  But now through thy mediation,

O Maiden, I am saved.

 
Troparia
 

Tone 1: When the stone had been sealed by the Jews, /

And the soldiers were guarding Thine immaculate Body, /

Thou didst arise on the third day, O Savior, /

granting life unto the world. /

Wherefore, the Hosts of the Heavens cried out to Thee, O Life-giver: /

Glory to Thy Resurrection, O Christ. /

Glory to Thy kingdom. //

Glory to Thy dispensation, O only Lover of mankind.

 

Glory…  [Troparion of the Temple]

 

Both now… [Resurrectional Theotokion in the same tone as the Troparion of the

Temple… the Tone of the week is given here:]

 

Tone 1:  When Gabriel announced to thee, “Rejoice!”, O Virgin, /

the Master of all became incarnate within thee, the holy tabernacle, at his cry, /

as the righteous David said. /

Thou wast shown to be more spacious than the heavens, /

having borne thy Creator.  /

Glory to Him Who made His abode within thee!  /

Glory to Him Who came forth from thee!  //

Glory to Him Who hath set us free by thy birthgiving.

 

The Epistle

 

Reader: The Prokimenon in the 1st Tone:  Let Thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, according

as we have hoped in Thee.

Choir:  Let Thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, according as we have hoped in Thee.

Reader:  Rejoice in the Lord, O ye righteous; praise is meet for the upright.

Choir:  Let Thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, according as we have hoped in Thee.

Reader:  Let Thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us.

Choir: According as we have hoped in Thee.

 

Reader: The Reading is from the Epistle of the Holy Apostle Paul to Timothy:

[2 Timothy 3:10-15 (§296)]

 

Reader: Alleluia in the 1st Tone.

Choir: Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

Reader:  O God who givest avengement unto me and hast subdued people under me.

Choir: Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

Reader: It is He that magnifieth the salvation of His king and worketh mercy for His

anointed, for David and for His seed unto eternity.

Choir: Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

 

Gospel [Luke 18:10-14 (§89)]

 

Kontakia

 

[Kontakion of the Temple]

 

Glory… Both now... Tone 3.  
Unto the Lord let us sinners offer groanings like those of the Publican /
and let us fall down before Him, as He is Master.  /
For He desireth the salvation of all men; /
He granteth forgiveness unto all that repent.  /
For our sake He became incarnate, //
He who with the Father is co-unoriginate God.

 

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