atonement

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the act of atoning for sin or wrongdoing (especially appeasing a deity)

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There's nothing in my back account but we trust in God's mercy.
God's mercy is bestowed on the saint and the sinner.
After going to confession, overwhelmed by God's mercy, he experienced this call.
No sin is greater than God's mercy so long as we are to acknowledge it and seek forgiveness.
Nothing can be greater than three important 'sacraments of mercy' offered to us by the Church, in order for us to tangibly experience God's mercy in abundance.
God's mercy is His reaction and solution to the problem of evil and sin.
Paul's story invites each of us to reflect on our own so as to discern the hand and the heart of God and be grateful for God's mercy.
For them, this is the holiest night of the whole month, on which God's mercy is abundant and all prayers are accepted.
Qur'an, 31:3) Ramadan celebrates God's mercy by which He sent a guiding light in the Qur'an that leads human life toward the path of good and virtue and protects the human soul from evil and vice.
The prelate, celebrating a Mass for the Divine Mercy Feast, said that the world needs God's mercy, which is a guarantee for those who cause harm, crisis and conflict and for their victims as an assurance that evil never prevails.
I wish God's mercy for the deceased Tahir Elci and the martyrs, and I extend my condolences to the mourning families, to his loved ones and his colleagues," GE-len said.
The post Theologian excommunicated, must beg for God's mercy to return appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
He voiced condolences to the Kuwaiti people, Ayatollah Muhri's family and his lovers, and wished him God's mercy and forgiveness
He prayed for God's mercy to the martyrs and wished the wounded quick recovery.
How encouraging that Cardinal Walter Kasper acknowledges the centrality of God's mercy in Jesus Christ with reference to the Joint Declaration (12-13, 79)