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Saint Bartholomew - Brancoveanu Monastery
Saint Bartholomew - Brancoveanu Monastery
ACTS OF BARTHOLOMEW Martyrdom of the holy and glorious apostle Bartholomew Historians declare that India is divided into three parts; and the first is said to end at Ethiopia, and the second at Media, and the third completes the country; and the one portion of it ends in the dark, and the other in the ocean. To this India, then, the holy Bartholomew the apostle of Christ went, and took up his quarters in the temple of Astaruth, and lived there as one of the pilgrims and the poor. In this temple, then, there was an idol called Astaruth, which was supposed to heal the infirm, but rather the more injured all. And the people were in entire ignorance of the true God; and from want of knowledge, but rather from the difficulty of going to any other, they all fled for refuge to the false God. And he brought upon them troubles, infirmities, damage, violence, and much affliction; and when anyone sacrificed to him, the demon, retiring, appeared to give a cure to the person in trouble; and the foolish people, seeing this, believed in him. But the demons retired, not because they wished to cure men, but that they might the more assail them, and rather have them altogether in their power; and thinking that they were cured bodily, those that sacrificed to them were the more diseased in soul. And it happened, that while the holy apostle of Christ, Bartholomew, stayed there, Astaruth gave no response, and was not able for curing. And when the temple was full of sick persons, who sacrificed to him daily, Astaruth could give no response; and sick persons who had come from far countries were lying there. When, therefore, in that temple not even one of the idols was able to give a response, and was of benefit neither to those that sacrificed to them nor to those who were in the agonies of death on their account, they were compelled to go to another city, where there was a temple of idols, where their great and most eminent God was called Becher. And having there sacrificed, they demanded, asking why their God Astaruth had not responded to them. And the demon Becher answered and said to them: From the day and hour that the true God, who dwells in the heavens, sent his apostle Bartholomew into the regions here, your God Astaruth is held fast by chains of fire, and can no longer either speak or breathe. They said to him: And who is this Bartholomew? He answered: he is the friend of the Almighty God, and has just come into these parts, that he may take away all the worship of the idols in the name of his God. And the servants of the Greeks said to him: Tell us what he is like, that we may be able to find him. And the demon answered and said: he has black hair, a shaggy head, a fair skin, large eyes, beautiful nostrils, his ears hidden by the hair of his head, with a yellow beard, a few gray hairs, of middle height, and neither tall nor stunted, but middling, clothed with a white under-cloak bordered with purple, and upon his shoulders a very white cloak; and his clothes have been worn twenty-six years, but neither are they dirty, nor have they waxed old. Seven times a day he bends the knee to the Lord, and seven times a night does he pray to God. His voice is like the sonnet of a strong trumpet; there go along with him angels of God, who allow him neither to be weary, nor to hunger, nor to thirst; his face, and his soul, and his heart are always glad and rejoicing; he foresees everything, he knows and speaks every tongue of every nation. And behold now, as soon as you ask me, and I answer you about him, behold, he knows; for the angels of the Lord tell him; and if you wish to seek him, if he is willing he will appear to you; but if he shall not be willing, you will not be able to find him. I ask you, therefore, if you shall find him, ask him not to come here, in case his angels do to me as they have done to my brother Astaruth. And when the demon had said this, he held his peace. And they returned, and set to work to look into every face of the pilgrims and poor men, and for two days they could find him no where. And it happened, that one who was a demoniac set to work to cry out: Apostle of the Lord, Bartholomew, your prayers are burning me up. Then said the apostle to him: Hold your peace, and come out of him. And that very hour, the man who had suffered from the demon for many years was set free. And Polymius, the king of that country, happened to be standing opposite the apostle; and he had a daughter a demoniac, that is to say, a lunatic. And he heard about the demoniac that had been healed, and sent messengers to the apostle, saying: my daughter is grievously torn; I implore you, therefore, as you have delivered him who suffered for many years, so also to order my daughter to be set free. And the apostle rose up, and went with them. And he sees the king's daughter bound with chains, for she used to tear in pieces all her limbs; and if anyone came near her, she used to bite, and no one dared to come near her. The serv
Sukayna bint Husayn
Sukayna bint Husayn
from wikipedia Sukaina (Arabic: ?????? "Calmness, Peace of Mind"[1]) (20 Rajab, 56 AH – 61 AH[2]), was the daughter of ?usayn ibn ‘Ali and Rubab (the daughter of the chief of the Kinda Imra al-Qays tribe). Husayn was the second grandson of the Prophet of Islam Muhammad and is a revered figure to Shi‘ah Muslims, who regard him as the third Imam. Overview Sakina was born on 20 Rajab, 56 AH. Her titles includes Sakina, Ma‘sumah, Aatika, Kulthum, and Zaynab. Her early years were said to have been spent in Medina. Her brothers included Ali ibn Husayn, Ali al-Akbar ibn Husayn, Ali Asghar ibn Husayn. Her sisters included Fa?imah a?-?ughra and Fa?imah al-Kubra. According to Shi‘ah Muslims, she accompanied her father when he traveled from Mecca to Kufa, now known as Iraq, to oppose the illegitimate succession of Yazid ibn Muawiya of the caliphate following the death of the Muawiya I. Husayn was intercepted by the troops of Yazid I, who instigated an attack on his caravan in what is known as the Battle of Karbala in 680 CE. The women and children of the caravan, including Sukaina along with her aunts, Zaynab bint Ali and Umm Kulthum bint Ali, were captured and force-marched to the court of Yazid I in Damascus, where they were held in prison. [edit] Life Sakina bint al-Husayn was the daughter of Hussain ibn Ali. Sakina is a derivative of "Sakoon" meaning "Peace". He had a daughter, Sakinah. Sukaina was the most beloved daughter of Hussain ibn Ali and used to sleep on his chest every night. Being the daughter of the third Imam, she was different from other children of her age in many ways. She was very religious and enjoyed reading the Holy Quran and never missed her prayers. From a very early age, she took great care to make sure that her head and body were properly covered when in public. Hussain ibn Ali was often heard saying, "A house without Sukaina would not be worth living in". Like any other four-to-five year old, when Sakina went to bed at night she wanted to spend some time with her father. Hussain ibn Ali would tell her stories of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad and of the battles fought by her grandfather Ali ibn Abi Talib. There was a special bond between Sukaina and her paternal uncle, Abbas ibn Ali. He loved her more than he did his own children. If Sukaina requested for anything, Abbas ibn Ali would not rest until he fulfilled her request. During the journey from Medina to Mecca and then Mecca to Karbala, Abbas ibn Ali was often seen riding up to the mehmil (a special saddle made for women) in which Sukaina sat to make sure that she had everything she wanted. Sukaina loved her uncle just as much. While in Medina, she would several times a day, visit the house in which Abbas ibn Ali lived with his family and his mother, Ummul Banin. [edit] In Karbala On the 2nd of Muharram, the army of Yazid ibn Muawiya began to gather at Karbala, Hussain ibn Ali said to his sister Zaynab bint Ali, "The time has come for you to get Sukaina used to going to sleep without me". Sukaina would follow her father at night and Hussain ibn Ali had to gently take her to Zaynab bint Ali or Rubab. On the 7th of Muharram, by the order of Yazid ibn Muawiya, the army didn’t let Hussain ibn Ali get water from the Euphrates. The water became scarce in the camp of Hussain ibn Ali, Sukaina shared whatever little water she had with other children. When soon there was no water at all, the thirsty children would look at Sukaina with their eyes full of hope. The situation got so bad that Sukaina’s lips were parched with thirst. Several times Abbas ibn Ali asked Hussain ibn Ali for permission to go and fight the army of Yazid. Every time Hussain ibn Ali would reply, "Abbas, you are the captain of my army; you are my Alamdaar, (the standard bearer)". Abbas ibn Ali would never argue with Hussain ibn Ali and because of that reason he would stop trying to gain permission to engage in fight with the army of Yazid. But soon, Sukaina came out holding a dried up mashk (water-bag), leading 42 other children, each holding a dry water-bag. The children were shouting as if in chorus, Al Atash, Ya Ammahu (I am thirsty, O my uncle Abbas!). She walked up to Abbas ibn Ali and told him that the children had all come to her asking for water. He could see that thirst, aggravated by the scorching heat of the desert, was squeezing their young lives out of them. Abbas ibn Ali went to Hussain ibn Ali and requested his permission to go and get water for Sukaina and the other children. Hussain ibn Ali rejected his request; once again, by saying to him that he is his army’s commander and because of that he cannot go and fight. Abbas ibn Ali used Sukaina request to gain Hussain ibn Ali’s permission, and Hussain ibn Ali agreed. Abbas put Sukaina's mashk on the Alam (Flag), mounted his horse and rode up to Hussain ibn Ali. Abbas ibn Ali said, "I have come to say goodbye". Hussain ibn Ali said,

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