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Forgive Me Father, For I Have Sinned – Part I: Why Confession?
Part 1 Part 2. The soul must be in the State of Sanctifying Grace at the moment of death for it to be welcomed by God into Heaven if necessary, via Purgatory for the remission of temporal punishment due to sin that has not been met prior to death. If one dies outside of the State of Sanctifying Grace, also known as dying in a State of Mortal Sin, the possibility of Eternal Life in Heaven is lost: in other words, that person goes to Hell for eternity. If we have any sense at all, we should earnestly strive to make a Good Sacramental Confession a frequent and integral part of our Christian life. The Church clearly states that the faithful are obligated to confess all known mortal sins at least once per year:.
Please forgive me Father for I have sinned against you. Please help me repent and do no harm to anyone I come into contact with. I pray that you guide to forgiveness and move past this dark spot in my life. This is my first open pray to God. This is my first time admitting my wrongs to God and hoping to receive something more than forgiveness but acceptance of my wrongs and praise for my rights.
Whether this is your first confession, or you th. Here are 6 easy steps for making a good confession. The Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation, is needed to be performed by everyone, in order to repent for the sins that we have committed during our day to day lives. All humans, by our very nature commit sin. It is why Jesus Christ died for us, and why God allows us freewill. Sins test our love and devotion for God, Jesus and the Church.
Part 1 Part 2. The best way to walk through the door of the Confessional is to regularly pray and ask the Lord to lead you there whenever you need it. Remember this, ponder this, and let this sink in all the way:. If the soul is in a state of Mortal Sin it is incapable of repenting unless God gives to the soul an Actual Grace to do so, and even then the soul must cooperate with the grace God has freely given to it out of His Divine Mercy. Once a soul enters into the state of mortal sin it cannot move itself toward God, for the Love of God has been extinguished within it.