If you mean, are you completely forgiven when you go to confession, the answer is yes. People cannot always remember all their sins, but if you speak about everything you really are thinking of, in good faith, and not purposely omitting a sin when you say your sins to the priest (and if you are truly sorry for them), you are forgiven of all your sins after he gives you penance.
'Continually being' as without this I will not see tomorrow. Nevertheless, I continue my conscious and non-conscious mistakes and continue to pray for forgiveness. We are all victims of fate. It dances on our foreheads. Still, not the Soul for nature, but nature for the Soul. We will eventually triumph at the Masters hour.
by IAmForbidden 5 years ago
Why do we need to confess our sins to a priest? Can't we do it directly to God? What's the difference?
by ngureco 6 years ago
Have You Now Confessed All Your Sins Before The Coming Rapture?Should I Go Ahead And SMS All My Friends To Confess Now Before The Wrath Of God Is Poured Out?
by daydreamer13 4 years ago
Where in the Bible does it say that you must confess your sins to be forgiven?
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
What do you make of John 20:19-23?Most particularly I was working on a sermon on this and this line hit me in a new light, like a ton of bricks: 23 If you forgive anyone’s sins, their sins are forgiven; if you do not forgive them, they are not forgiven.”My thoughts are that man can...
by Team Wiseman 2 years ago
Does God get tired of forgiving me for the same sin?
by Peeples 5 years ago
Christians do you believe all sin is equal?This morning I received a text from a christian friend stating that sin was sin. She was implying that a rapist is equal to his victim in god's eyes if the victim doesn't forgive because they are both sinning. Is this the common Christian belief?
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