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James 5:16
Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed.
The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much.
1 John 1:9
If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.


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In these times of speed and modernity we had to be modern too.. With this Electronic Confession, just fill the form and repent..
NO RECORD is kept of your sin on this site, please address to your favourite Saint for any claim.


1: Time since my last confession:
less than a day
a week or less
a month or less
less than a year
I never confessed

-2: type your worst sins HERE

-3: Now, click the Electro-Confess
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-4:Do it again as often as necessary

What confession of sin is NOT:
         1. Informing a human priest in the confession booth.
         2. Giving God information. "God, You won't believe what I've done."
         3. Speculating. "IF...I have sinned..." "I have...."
         4. Saying "I'm sorry..." "....just a joke!"
         5. Asking/pleading to God for forgiveness for our sins. Forgiveness already available in Christ's death.
         6. Plea-bargaining for a lesser charge. "Yes...but...."
         7. Emotional grovelling; mental contortions.
         8. Psychological catharsis. "Feel good when you get it off your chest"
         9. Superficial or flippant incantation. (Sin was reason for Jesus' death).
        10. "Confessionalism" - Excessive sin-consciousness;
wallowing in weakness;
focusing on  'flesh';
navel-gazing introspection;
Pride of sinfulness;
back-handed basis of spirituality;
revel in relating sinfulness in testimony;
Who was the worst?
        11. Based on false established attitudes which create false-guilt and false-confession.
Some try to agree with God that something is wrong, when God never said it is sin.
But, if not done in faith, it is sin. (Rom. 14:23).
    Confession is...
         1. Ceasing to deceive ourselves - I John 1:8
         2. Ceasing to continue the defence mechanisms of denial, avoidance, distortion, cover-up.
         3. Calling sin "sin." Calling a spade a spade!
         4. To recognize, admit, acknowledge, concede and declare our guilt of sin.
         5. Part of repentance. A change of mental attitude leading to changed behavioural action.
         6. Inclusive of asking forgiveness for wronging another person.
         7. Inclusive of restitution - Numb. 5:7; Lk. 19:8