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If those who are truly repentant die in charity before they have done sufficient penance Jot their sins of omission and commission, their souls are cleansed after death in purgatorial or cleansing punishments.
Money problems are not surprising, but Brown and Rivers indict a series of bishops for harming the Florida church through what they did but more frequently through sins of omission.
Wells cites the parallel to the Surpu incantations and argues that what differentiates these statutes from the ones in Leviticus 4 is that they are not transgressions performed through inadvertence but sins of omission committed by knowingly failing to act.
3) What were the sins of omission and commission at the federal, state, and local levels--both before and after the event--that compounded the natural disaster?
I'm certainly aware of my sins of commission and omission, and suspect that the poet is right and it is the sins of omission that we most sincerely regret - the picnics not taken, the trips canceled and the excursions that just didn't seem convenient.
By withholding evidence and committing various sins of omission, Jamie attempts to solve these cases on her own.
But there are sins of commission that put those sins of omission in the shade.
I (and many others) pray several times a week asking for forgiveness for our sins of omission and commission, including the harm we have done to so many of our congregation by excluding them from full participation in the life of the church.
And besides sins of commission like increased spying authority, there have been sins of omission by the administration as well.
This is obviously a step in the right direction, albeit that there were a few sins of omission and commission.
I regard it as one of the sins of omission of my life that I wasn't on The Curragh to witness the reception the Irish gave a man who, as well as achieving almost all racing has to offer, has
I'm not sure these should be considered as sins of omission, just omissions.