The condition of sin and the grace - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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The condition of sin and the grace

Man could realize himself in harmony with the divine design, recognize God’s presence and grace and so be a mediator for others; therefore, sin also means the refusal to cooperate in God’s work.
The use of the responsibility will be judged according to the conduct and the deeds carried out in generational solidarity, but the consequences will also fall on others or our children.
Jesus admonishes those who do not accept Him and depicts the prophets and Himself in the tale of the tenant farmers who kill both his servant and his son.
Jesus forgives the sins of those who convert themselves, but those who reject His message remain condemned.
Many, made sinners by Adam’s disobedience, are however saved by the Christ’s obedience, true model of solidarity and fraternity, which calls for unity in Him and communion among men. -  email:
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