Do Not Be Paralyzed By Sin

18th Sunday after Pentecost 2018
St. Paul’s Epistle for the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost tells us the importance of the grace of God which the Holy Ghost gives us many times each day.  We should never neglect these daily opportunities and we should use them to fight off the devil and his temptations.  We should not let sin paralyze us.  The Gospel is a beautiful account which shows the authentic mercy of God.  We should ask our angels to help us pray and repent.
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