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Thought for the week

HOPE FOR HONEST FAILURES “God, have mercy on me, a sinner.” (Luke 18:13)

JESUS once told a story about a Pharisee and a tax collector. They both went to the temple to pray. But the Pharisee made the mistake of comparing himself with the tax collector. He wasn’t a sinner like the tax collector and assumed that he pleased God by the good religious life that he lived. He failed to recognise that he didn’t come up to God’s standard. As he refused to acknowledge or confess his sin, he was not forgiven.

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