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“Pardon all my sins of this day, week, year,
all the sins of my life,
sins of early, middle, and advanced years,
of omission and commission,
of morose, peevish and angry tempers,
of lip, life and walk,
of hard-heartedness, unbelief, presumption, pride,
of unfaithfulness to the souls of men,
of want of bold decision in the cause of Christ,
of deficiency in outspoken zeal for his glory,
of bringing dishonor upon thy great name,
of deception, injustice, untruthfulness
in my dealings with others,
of impurity in thought, word and deed,
of covetousness, which is idolatry,
of substance unduly hoarded, improvidently squandered,
not consecrated to the glory of thee,
the great Giver;
sins in private and in the family,
in study and recreation, in the busy haunts of men,
in the study of thy Word and in the neglect of it,
in prayer irreverently offered and coldly withheld,
in time misspent,
in yielding to Satan’s wiles,
in opening my heart to his temptations,
in being unwatchful when I know him nigh,
in quenching the Holy Spirit;
sins against light and knowledge,
against conscience and the restraints of thy Spirit,
against the law of eternal love.

“Pardon all my sins, known and unknown,
felt and unfelt,
confessed and not confessed,
remembered or forgotten.

“Good Lord, hear; and hearing, forgive.”

2 comments… add one
  • Btian April 5, 2019, 10:50 AM

    Beautifully articulated. May God have mercy on us all.

    • John B. Phillips April 5, 2019, 11:02 AM

      Thanks for your comment, Btian. As this post also articulates, if we ask for God’s pardon, he will forgive us. He will have mercy on us, and his mercy is great. Thanks again for weighing in.

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