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March 30, 2019

Luke 18:9-14

The Pharisee is self-righteous and prideful. Even though he tithes, prays, and fasts as required, he does not acknowledge the weakness of his human nature, exhibited in his blatant criticism of others. The tax collector, on the other hand, is very aware of his sinful nature, and his prayer humbly and contritely expresses his dependence on God’s goodness.

I know that I am weak, subject to temptation and sin. I turn to you and ask for your mercy and your gift of grace, which gives me the strength I need to resist evil and turn to the good.


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