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 The Life and Miracles of St. Nicholas, the Wonderworker

by Count Michael Tolstoy, read by Chrissi Hart of Ancient Faith Radio

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God's Chosen One
5:13 minutes

The Story of the Three Girls 6:03 minutes

The Trip to Palestine 6:12 minutes

Heavenly Choice & Determination in Faith 6:55 minutes

The Punishment of Arius the Heretic & A Miraculous Deliverance from Famine 6:29 minutes

The Deliverer of Innocent Sufferers 8:27 minutes

The Helper of Seamen, The Blessed Death of the Saint, & Deliverance of a Ship 7:27minutes

The Miraculous Return of a Rug & A Miraculous Deliverance from Slavery 7:17 minutes

Miraculous Deliverance of the Patriarch & Of Stephan, the Serbian King 10:41 minutes

Justification of the Wrongly Accused & The Captured Enemy Comes to his Senses 9:42 minutes

Resurrection of a Drowned Child & Deliverance of a Monk 7:19 minutes

The Life and Miracles of Saint Nicholas, the Wonderworker was written in the mid-19th century by Orthodox historian and author Count Michael Vladimirovich Tolstoy as a piece of popular, didactic literature. M. V. Tolstoy was dedicated to the Orthodox Church with mind and soul, being very diligent in the field of popular spiritual education. He was closely acquainted to Saint Philaret of Moscow whom he would often thurn to for blessings and advice. M. V. Tolstoy's literary opus and his close interests revolved around the Lavra of Troyitsa-Sergius and the Moscow 'Spiritual Academy. This Orthodox popular educator finally reposed in the Lord within the chloisters of his beloved Lavra. The original text of this publication has been modified here to suit the needs and intellectual abilities of children.

Read by Dr. Chrissi Hart, Readings from Under the Grapevine, that features Orthodox Christian books and other classic literature, Ancient Faith Radio. Used by permission.

The Life and Miracles of Saint Nicholas, the Wonderworker
by Count Michael Tolstoy, Publishing House of the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral, 2001.

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