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Do You Confess…?

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Do You Confess…?

Confession, as of contrition and repentance, is not always sincere. But even the most insincere confession retains a special power to put one on the right track.
Naso, Confession of Sins

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Anonymous June 4, 2020

I love these videos. They are amazing, thoughtful, and helpful to all. Keep up the great work. Reply

Eleanor Skibo Pennsylvania, USA June 1, 2020

Confession is good for the soul; it hopefully puts the spirit back on track. And the body, mind an heart should begin to center on what type of sin or mistake had been committed. From the smallest sin to the worst unthinkable one, it’s best to express some type of sorrow for it. Since none of us know if we’ll ever get back up on our feet again to make our spirits right with G d, the universe and the person we sinned against. Reply

Anonymous May 12, 2020

Amazing, amazing. This message is with so much humor that it actually went into my head
Thanks Reply

Pedro Cuvi Santa Cruz June 13, 2019

Thank you for producing this very interesting video with wise advice. Reply

Thomas Karp Branford, ct. June 13, 2019

'The power of the truth of your own words.' Can one feel the power of the truth of their own words, even if one is not sincere when one utters them? The answer to that is:


A truth is always more powerful than an insincerity. How can the insincerities of our hearts ever outrule truths stated before Our Creator?

Good video. Reply

Samuel Hawaii June 12, 2019

Beautiful message, never heard it before. Reply

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