1000 Songs/Trisagion Hymn (John Chrysostem)

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Trisagion Hymn (John Chrysostem)

1000 Songs

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St. John Chrysostem – 347-407

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The Trisosgion Hymn : was originally written in Greek but it has been translated into Elizabethan and Modern English.

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Author biography/Author's circumstances: John Chrysostem was a man that was devoted to living a life after Christ. He grew up in a good moral home with his mother and sister even after his father’s death. Those morals stuck with Chrysostem throughout his life and helped to make an impact in the world.

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