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The '''Prophetologion''' (Slavonic: ''Paremijnik'') is a text that contains the Old Testament [[Lectionary]] readings appointed at Vespers, and at other services during the Church year.  Unfortunately, there has not been an edition of this text published in English.  Old Testament readings are typically taken from the Menaion, or other texts that contain these readings.  There have also been texts containing the Lenten Lectionary which have been published in English.  One classic text that contains the most commonly used portions of the entire lectionary is [http://www.light-n-life.com/shopping/order_product.asp?ProductNum=BOOK110 "Divine Prayers and Services of the Catholic Orthodox Church of Christ", by Fr. Seraphim Nassar] -- commonly known as "The Nassar Five-Pounder."
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The '''Prophetologion''' (Slavonic: ''Paremijnik'') is a text that contains the [[Old Testament]] [[Lectionary]] readings appointed at [[Vespers]] and at other services during the Church year.  Unfortunately, there has not been an edition of this text published in English.  Old Testament readings are typically taken from the [[Menaion]] or other texts that contain these readings.  There have also been texts containing the [[Lent]]en Lectionary which have been published in English.  One classic text that contains the most commonly used portions of the entire Lectionary is [http://www.light-n-life.com/shopping/order_product.asp?ProductNum=BOOK110 "Divine Prayers and Services of the Catholic Orthodox Church of Christ" by Fr. Seraphim Nassar] — commonly known as "The Nassar Five-Pounder."
  
 
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The Prophetologion (Slavonic: Paremijnik) is a text that contains the Old Testament Lectionary readings appointed at Vespers and at other services during the Church year. Unfortunately, there has not been an edition of this text published in English. Old Testament readings are typically taken from the Menaion or other texts that contain these readings. There have also been texts containing the Lenten Lectionary which have been published in English. One classic text that contains the most commonly used portions of the entire Lectionary is "Divine Prayers and Services of the Catholic Orthodox Church of Christ" by Fr. Seraphim Nassar — commonly known as "The Nassar Five-Pounder."

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