Voices from Ancient Abbeys: Cistercian chant – Oliva fructifera (Lyric Video)

Voices from Ancient Abbeys: Cistercian chant – Oliva fructifera (Lyric Video)


He is like an olive tree that bears fruit in the house of God Like an oil of bliss that warms with its bounty shines in its wonders Grant, o you who rejoice in the light and the sweetness that we may partake in it for You are Mighty and powerful and we are born again from the sacrifice of the Lamb Grant, o you who rejoice in the light and the sweetness that we may partake in it

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  1. Could it be that the old olive tree has grown weary and tired and it needs and will be rejuvenated ?
    All this decline in faith we see in the masses could be the prelude to an awakening.
    My personal story is something similar. At some point in my life i rejected God and convinced myself that the material world was everything that ever existed.
    Just before my reconvertion

  2. Gloria in excelsis Deo , Amen , Amen , Amen ♥ † † † ♥
    très humblement , vôtre , ♥ † ☦ ✠

  3. I’m speechless I rewrote this comment many times, I just want to say Christ is the one and only way to victory to survive to be saved to the everlasting life after! Trust me
    John 14:6, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” He is not a way, as in one of many; He is the way, as in the one and only.

  4. If I’m going to pay every debit on me in the life after If I’m going to be punished for my ‘ spiritless’ faith I will be among those who will be punished the most and the hardest for what I know about God for I’m sure he does exist

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