Timothy, Agapius and Thekla of Palestine

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The ''martyrs'' '''Timothy, Agapius and Thekla''' suffered martyrdom in the year 304. They are commemorated by the church [[August 19]].
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The ''[[martyr]]s'' '''Timothy, Agapius and Thekla''' suffered martyrdom in the year 304. They are commemorated by the church [[August 19]].
  
The Martyr Timothy was a native of the city of Caesarean Palestine. He studied the Holy Scripture, and having received a special gift of eloquence, he became a teacher of the Christian Faith.  
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The Martyr Timothy was a native of the city of [[Caesarea]] Palaestina. He studied the [[Holy Scripture]], and having received a special gift of eloquence, he became a teacher of the Christian Faith.  
  
During the time of persecution against Christians under the co-emperors Diocletian (284-305) and Maximian (305-311), the martyr was brought to trial by the governor Urban. St Timothy fearlessly declared himself a Christian and spoke about the love of the Lord Jesus Christ for mankind and of His coming into the world for their salvation. The martyr was subjected to cruel torture, and when they saw that he remained down, they killed him. And in this same town and year the Martyrs Agapius and Thekla were condemned. They were thrown to be eaten by wild beasts, and suffering in this manner, they received their heavenly crowns.
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During the time of persecution against Christians under the co-emperors Diocletian (284-305) and Maximian (305-311), Timothy was brought to trial by the governor Urban. St. Timothy fearlessly declared himself a Christian and spoke about the love of the Lord [[Jesus Christ]] for mankind and of His coming into the world for their salvation. The martyr was subjected to cruel torture, and when they saw that he remained down, they killed him.  
  
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Also in this same town and year the Martyrs Agapius and Thekla were condemned. They were thrown to be eaten by wild beasts, and suffering in this manner, they received their heavenly crowns.
  
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==Sources==
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*[http://ocafs.oca.org/FeastSaintsLife.asp?FSID=102343  OCA: Martyr Timothy of Palestine]
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*[http://ocafs.oca.org/FeastSaintsLife.asp?FSID=102344  OCA: Martyr Agapius of Palestine]
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*[http://ocafs.oca.org/FeastSaintsLife.asp?FSID=102345  OCA: Martyr Thekla of Palestine]
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Latest revision as of 11:02, October 22, 2012

The martyrs Timothy, Agapius and Thekla suffered martyrdom in the year 304. They are commemorated by the church August 19.

The Martyr Timothy was a native of the city of Caesarea Palaestina. He studied the Holy Scripture, and having received a special gift of eloquence, he became a teacher of the Christian Faith.

During the time of persecution against Christians under the co-emperors Diocletian (284-305) and Maximian (305-311), Timothy was brought to trial by the governor Urban. St. Timothy fearlessly declared himself a Christian and spoke about the love of the Lord Jesus Christ for mankind and of His coming into the world for their salvation. The martyr was subjected to cruel torture, and when they saw that he remained down, they killed him.

Also in this same town and year the Martyrs Agapius and Thekla were condemned. They were thrown to be eaten by wild beasts, and suffering in this manner, they received their heavenly crowns.

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