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Proverbs 27:17

Proverbs 27:17

Thursday, May 19, 2022

What Is the Catholic Church's List of Mortal Sins?

What Is the Catholic Church's List of Mortal Sins?

According to the Catholic Church, there are seven mortal or cardinal sins: lust, gluttony, avarice (greed), sloth (laziness), anger, envy, and pride. Roman Catholic theology states that these are “the gravest of sins, representing a deliberate turning away from God and destroying charity (love) in the heart of the sinner.”

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Lotto and God: Can a Christian Buy a Lottery Ticket?

Whether or not a buying a lottery ticket is a sin depends on our personal convictions. Personal convictions are the expressions of our inner conscience.

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Lotto and God: Can a Christian Buy a Lottery Ticket?
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How Do We Discover the Purpose Behind Our Trials?

We should comprehend that there is an explanation for our trials. If we look at the world, we will be distressed. If we look at ourselves, we will be depressed. But if we look to Jesus, we will find rest. Trials help us to learn to fully rely on God.

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What Is Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit and Is This Sin Unforgivable?

Throughout Jesus’ life and ministry, He called listeners’ attention to various sins as he taught about His Father’s will, and guided believers in what it truly means to love God, and to walk with Him. But during His ministry, did Jesus call out some sins more than others?

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Who Is Eostre and What Does She Have to Do With Easter?

No doubt, her name sounds similar to Easter, which can play into where we got the original root of the word for the holiday, but who exactly is this goddess of pagan myth?

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How to Pray, Week 4: Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread

God provides in all seasons of life – in hard and good seasons, through neighbors or friends – if I accept my neediness, then I will be able to accept God’s provision in my life through these various means. Life becomes a gift to receive, not a trial to endure.

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