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John Climacus: The sponge of God-loving sorrow and the cool water of devout tears wipes out the record of our sins

Mourning, according to God, is sadness of soul, and the disposition of a sorrowing heart, which ever madly seeks that for which it thirsts;

and when it fails in its quest, it painfully pursues it, and follows in its wake grievously lamenting. 439 more words

PATRISTIC

Ask for help!

Isaiah 30:18-21

18 So the Lord must wait for you to come to him
    so he can show you his love and compassion.
For the Lord is a faithful God.
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God

Praying the Stations of the Cross

What are the stations of the cross? It is the way of the Cross, the path that Jesus took during His passion. It is the route which led to our salvation. 273 more words

Time - Hold On!

Hey time, would you ever cease
Stop flying like the morning breeze
Give me a second to think please
Don’t even remember how it was to crawl on my knees… 131 more words

Poetry

Positive

By: Veronica Din Olds

Positive. 

What? No, that can’t be right!

I brought out the dreaded stick with that life changing + and tears filled my eyes.    631 more words

Seconds

Habitual Sin

Keep your servant from deliberate sins! Don’t let them control me. Then I will be free of guilt and innocent of great sin. (‭Psalms‬ ‭19‬:‭13‬ NLT) 112 more words

Job's Repentance

The more a person considers God’s justice, the better he sees his own fault. Hence, Job declared, “I retract” (Jb 42:6). And because a person must not only confess his sins, but must also make satisfaction, he adds, “I repent in dust and ashes” (Jb 42:6). 118 more words

Anglicanism