When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one to introspect their being. I have done so, and have found wanting. Prudence, indeed, dictates that one must acknowledge their shortcomings in matters of faith:
-I have not treated my Lord and Savior, Christ Jesus, with the respect he deserves. Indeed, I have treated his ordeal at Golgotha as a license to sin.
-In full knowledge of the fact that Jesus states that what one speaks is what makes one unclean, I have used profanity with abandon.
-I have sinned in matters too private to write in public.
-I have not been praying as much as I should; indeed, I am guilty of spending years without praying.
-I have not been studying the Word of God, that is to say the Holy Bible, and I realize that I don’t know my Lord and Savior on a personal level.
-My Attention Deficiet Hyperactivity Disorder has made me sin in my thoughts, some so debilitating that it ruins my day.
Because of this, I acknowledge my shortcomings in trying to