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Saint David of Wales | Stories of Saints | Episode 138

Mar 02, 2024

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this story may or may not be fictional it took place in the town of londoui breffi one day

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was preaching to an audience from nearby towns and cities came to hear him speak there was a large crowd as david spoke some people who were behind had difficulty hearing him, they couldn't even see him, suddenly a white dove landed on David's shoulder and as it did so a shaking sound was heard as if there was an earthquake, the earth beneath his feet rose to create a Hill, when David began to speak again, his words could be heard and everyone could see him.
saint david of wales stories of saints episode 138
David is the patron saint of Wales and perhaps the most famous of the British

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. Not much is actually known about Saint David, except for a biography written around 1090 by Richie Farsch, son of the Bishop of Saint Davids. David was said to have been born around the year 520. His birth is said to have taken place on the cliffs in a storm. wild near the city that now bears his name he was the son of sande prince of poets and not the daughter of a chieftain of manivia in medieval times it was believed that saint david was nephew of king arthur legend says that the patron saint of ireland saint patrick He was also said to have been born near the current city of Saint Patrick.
saint david of wales stories of saints episode 138

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Davids foresaw David's birth in approximately the year 5 20 AD. young david grew up to become a priest being educated at the han finu monastery under the tutelage of saint paulina saint paulina was a blind man according to legend david performed several miracles in his life including restoring paulino's sight david demonstrated being a prodigy in learning mathematics, music and scriptures and also became a passionate evangelist when David grew up he became a monk around the year 550 he founded a monastery near the place where he was born here he and his fellow monks lived a simple life drinking only water and eating only bread and herbs meat and beer were prohibited david became known as dewey differ or david the water drinker traveled through

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and england establishing monasteries and churches along the way he helped establish the famous glastonbury abbey where it is said where king arthur is buried, you can still see the beautiful ruins of the abbey to this day he performed several notable feats along his journey, there his name spread like fire across the land richie farsch tells us that david found resistance of a druid and chieftain called boaya who, threatened by David's power and renown, gathered troops to kill David and his followers.
saint david of wales stories of saints episode 138
The men who gathered were miraculously struck down by a sudden fever and were forced to return home and when they returned to In their home they discovered that all their livestock had died mysteriously, now convinced of David's holy credentials, they asked for forgiveness and David brought the animals back to life. The

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and legends all point to Saint David as an example to follow a model of Christian life, the routine. David's monasticism and that of his monks was one of great simplicity and self-denial, their days were focused on prayer work in the field, pulling the plow themselves and reading, they ate one meal a day of bread and herbs or vegetables.
saint david of wales stories of saints episode 138
David became known as aquatic or dewey deferrer. meaning the water drinker in Welsh this was in stark contrast to the more common beer that people sometimes drank a self-imposed penance stood up to his neck in a lake of cold water reciting scriptures this was a contrast to the chiefs and some in the church in general, who expressed their power and status at festivals, having many servants and giving gifts, although David had great status within the church as bishop and archbishop, he worked alongside his monks doing the little things he His faith inspired him and the stories of his life inspired others David saw himself as a sign to God Many stories also speak of David's goodness and humility He was a great healer and scholar He probably spoke several languages ​​including a form early welsh latin and old irish despite his harsh ways saint david became very popular perhaps because he had the gift of performing miracles, for example when his neighbor's land was drying out he stuck his staff into the ground and a spring gushed out of the ground at that time there was a great war against the Saxon invaders of Europe, swords clashed As the men of Wales fought for hours to protect their land from the Saxon invaders, but despite their efforts the Welsh were losing slowly in the heat of battle, it was difficult to distinguish between friends and enemies, the fact that both sides were wearing similar clothing made the fight even more confusing, David witnessed the events.
He quickly plucked a leaky plant from the ground and continued here. Use them to let you know that any soldier who doesn't break out is your enemy. Some of the soldiers thought this was quite strange. idea, but the monk was one of God's men, so they soon accepted him, all the Welsh soldiers had a leak in their helmet, they attacked the invaders and in a short time the Welsh had won the battle and since then the leaks have been a Welsh symbol to remember. victory welsh soldiers eat raw drips on the eve of st david's day his most famous miracle occurred at a large religious meeting there was a large crowd of people in the audience and none of the bishops who spoke could make themselves heard except david a the dove He landed on his shoulder, and as he did so, the crowd beneath him rose up a hill, so that he stood high above the crowd.
His voice sounded as clear as a trumpet. Saint David is often depicted speaking with a dove on his shoulder. Saint David lived. He was over 100 years old and as he lay dying, the monastery in which he lay was filled with angels. His last words to his monks and subjects were: Be joyful, brothers and sisters, keep your faith and do the little things. This is a common saying in Wales. To this day it is believed that Saint David died in March 1589. After his death, his influence spread far and wide, first across Great Britain and then across the sea to Cornwall and Britain in 1120 Pope Coletus II. canonized David as a saint or god who graciously granted your bishop Saint David of Wales the virtue of wisdom and the gift of eloquence and made him an example of prayer and pastoral zeal grant that through his intercession your church may always prosper and surrender joyful praise for our lord jesus christ your son who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the holy spirit a god forever and ever amen hello viewers we are very excited to announce that the production of our feature film about our lady of lords is going to full steam ahead, we will release the movie as soon as we reach the goal of 500 supporters on Patreon, if you help us reach this goal of 500 patrons, you will be able to see much more exciting shows in the coming days.
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