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Being in a state of grace is defined as: Condition of a person who is free from mortal sin and pleasing to God. It is the state of being in God's friendship and the necessary condition of the soul at death in order to attain heaven. However, the Catechism makes a distinction between sins as mortal or venial so it is possible to be in a state of grace (...


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Whether a day is interpretted as a literal day or as a year depends on the context. Interpretters looked at the 70 sevens of the Daniel 9 and almost unanimously decided it cannot be literal days, but it could be years. (However, some interpretters duck the whole issue and go for an indeterminate length of time.) With the 1290 days (Daniel 12:11) and 1335 ...


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From my understanding, the Wedding in Human-being, is the signal for the future Wedding between us and Jesus Christ. so in future, we all have one husband, so in Heaven we are no more man and woman, Church will become the wife of Christ, and we are apart of the only one Church (New Jerusalem).


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It's perfectly fine to call yourself a sinner, as in a fallen human being prone to sin, or having sinned in the past, even if forgiven. It's a statement of humility, and with such there is nothing wrong—its even virtuous in certain cases. However, it can become a "cloak for malice." We should live, says, St. Peter: 1 Peter 2:16 (DRB) As free, and not as ...


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