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The First Commandment
September 18, 2014       

 10. Worship of devils:

Paganism is a kind of devils' worship as the psalmist says, "For all the gods of the peoples are idols." (Ps. 96:5). However, kneeling down before idols is not the only form of giving worship to the devil; for trusting the devil, collaborating with him in work and recourse to him to solve problems or to know the unknown are forms of worship. Some people submit to devils in return for certain services rendered them by the devils. Some of them make a covenant with Satan or send a devil to make an errand for him; perhaps to bring him something or influence someone.

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Quick Facts

September 16,2014

                                                                                                                       Kassa Nigus

The chronology of the Ethiopian church follows the Era of Incarnation, i.e., it dates from the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Ethiopian calendar is approximately seven years and 113 days behind the Gregorian calendar. The difference between the two calendars was created because the Ethiopian church holds that our Lord was born 5500 years after the creation of the world.

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The list of EOTC Feasts, Fasts and other special occasions from the year 2007 EC to 2010 EC

  September 10, 2014

 

Years

 

 

Evangelist Name

 

 

Ethiopian New Year

 

Fast of Nineveh

 

 

Great

Lent

 

 

half of the Lent

 

Palm

Sunday

 

 

Good

Friday

 

 

Easter

Sunday

 

 

Ascension of Christ

 

 

Pentecost

 

 

Apostles’ Fast

2007

Luke

 

Thursy

25 Jan

09 Feb

06 Mar

27 Mar

02 April

04April

13May

23may

24 May

2008

John

 

Friday

14 Feb

28 Feb

25 Mar

16 April

21 April

23 April

02Jue

12June

13 June

2009

Mathew

 

Sunday

29 Jan.

13 Feb

10 Mar

01 marl

06 April

08April

17May

27May

 

28 May

2010

Mark

 

Monday

21 Jan

05 Feb

02 Mar

23 mar

28 Mar

30 Mar

09May

19 May

20 May

                                                                              

Source: ያሬድ ፈንታ ወልደ ዮሐንስ 2004 .. ባሕረ ሐሳብ የቀመርና የሥነ ፈለክ ምስጢር፡፡

 
Ethiopian New Year (Kidus Yobannes)

september   9, 2014

                                                                                                                                                        Tsegeye  Girma

Ethiopia ushers in its new year on September 11, i.e., on the first day of the Ethiopian month of Meskerem. Although most calendars and public facilities in Ethiopia carry both Ethiopian and Gregorian dates, it's worth acquainting oneself with Ethiopian dates, as they are still in common use.

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Pagumen: The Thirteenth Month of Ethiopia

September 5,  2014

Kassa Nigus
The Ethiopian Calendar has 13 months, 12 months of 30 days each and an additional month, at the end of the year, of 5 or 6 days depending on whether the year is a leap year or not.The 13th month of the modern Ethiopian solar calendar1 is one of the many unique ancient heritages Ethiopia has contributed to the entire world.
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