Waste of resources is a mortal sin at IKEA.— Ingvar Kamprad
Captivate Mortal Sin quotations
I learned that every mortal will taste death, but only some will taste life.
Although the sinner does not believe in Hell, he shall nevertheless go there if he has the misfortune to die in mortal sin.
Meditate on the horrors of Hell, which will last for eternity because of one easily-committed mortal sin. Try hard to be among the few who are chosen. Think of the eternal flames of Hell, and how few there are that are saved.
Don't judge someone just because they sin differently than you
We should all realize that no matter where or how a man dies, if he is in the state of mortal sin and does not repent, when he could have done so and did not, the Devil tears his soul from his body with such anguish and distress that only a person who has experienced it can appreciate it.
A wicked mortal is not the idea of God.
He is little else than the expression of error. To suppose that sin, lust, hatred, envy, hypocrisy, revenge, have life abiding in them, is a terrible mistake. Life and Life's idea, Truth and Truth's idea, never make men sick, sinful, or mortal.
Without sanctifying grace it is not possible to refrain long from mortal sin.
Love the sinner and hate the sin.
I have seen a place-its name is Eternal Hatred It is built in the deepest abyss of the stones of mortal sin. Pride was the first stone-this was seen in Lucifer.
The soul cannot be humbled by fasts and prayer;
it must be broken by mortal sin to experience forgiveness of sin and rise to a state of grace. Otherwise, religion is nothing but dead logic.
Using adverbs is a mortal sin.
I'm not a prophet or a stone aged man, just a mortal with the potential of a superman.
The state of grace is nothing other than purity, and it gives heaven to those who clothe themselves in it. Holiness, therefore, is simply the state of grace purified, illuminated, beautified by the most perfect purity, exempt not only from mortal sin but also from the smallest faults; purity will make saints of you! Everything lies in this!
This I say, because God showed me somewhat of his truth, in order that I might know what man is without him; that is, when the soul is found in mortal sin, at that time, it is so monstrous and horrible to behold, that it is impossible to imagine anything equally so.
Never use an adverb to modify the verb 'said' .
. . he admonished gravely. To use an adverb this way (or almost any way) is a mortal sin. The writer is now exposing himself in earnest, using a word that distracts and can interrupt the rhythm of the exchange.
To live in this world you must be able to do three things: to love what is mortal; to hold it against your bones knowing your own life depends on it; and , when the time comes to let it go, to let it go.
In Jesus, God wills to be true God not only in the height but also in the depth - in the depth of human creatureliness, sinfulness and mortality.
It is Christ's atonement that makes it possible for us to be forgiven of our sins and His resurrection that gives us the assurance of immortality and the life to come. It is that life to come that orients our views in mortality and reinforces our determination to live the laws of God so that we can qualify for His blessings in immortality.
Keep this in mind, for it is very important advice, so do not neglect it until you find you have such a fixed determination not to offend the Lord that you would rather lose a thousand lives and be persecuted by the whole world, than commit one mortal sin, and until you are most careful not to commit venial sins.
Many a sinner has played himself into heaven on the trombone.
He who devoutly hears holy Mass will receive a great vigor to enable him to resist mortal sin, and there shall be pardoned to him all venial sins which he may have committed up to that hour.
The mortification of indwelling sin remaining in our mortal bodies, that it may not have life and power to bring forth the works or deeds of the flesh is the constant duty of believers.
Despair is deadly sin, but worse, it is mortal folly.
I could feel his muscles tissues collapse under my force. It's ludicrous these mortals even attempt to enter my realm.
For I realize today that it is a mortal sin to violate the great laws of nature.
We should not hurry, we should not be impatient, but we should confidently obey the eternal rhythm.
I regard as a mortal sin not only the lying of the senses in matters of love, but also the illusion which the senses seek to create where love is only partial. I say, I believe, that one must love with all of one's being, or else live, come what may, a life of complete chastity.
I say, I believe, that one must love with all of one's being.
It [covetousness] is a sin against God, just as all mortal sins, in as much as man condemns things eternal for the sake of temporal things.
And I think my sexuality was heavily repressed by the church, by the, you know, the design of the mortal sins.
Ploutos , no wonder mortals worship you: You are so tolerant of their sins !
Tourism is a mortal sin.
The un-happiest of mortals is that man who insists upon reliving the past, over and over in imagination - continually criticizing himself for past mistakes - continually condemning himself for past sins.
O sin, how you paint your face! how you flatter us poor mortals on to death! You never appear to the sinner in your true character; you make fair promises, but you never fulfil one; your tongue is smoother than oil, but the poison of asps is under your lip!
It must be said that charity can, in no way, exist along with mortal sin.
Charity is not a potency of the soul, because if it were it would be natural.
Nor is it a passion, because it is not in a sensitive potency in which are all passions. Nor is it a habit, because a habit is removed with difficulty; charity, however, is easily lost through one act of mortal sin. Therefore charity is not something created in the soul.
I cannot understand how anyone conscious of mortal sin can laugh or be merry.
Venial sin becomes mortal sin when one approves it as an end. . .
No relief was forthcoming from my then-Catholic faith, which said the practice of homosexuality was a 'mortal sin' subject to damnation.
It is a mortal sin to discard the elderly.
Such sins, even if they do not kill all grace in us, do harm, nevertheless;
and though they are only venial in themselves, they make us apt, ready, and inclined to lose grace and to fall into mortal sin.
Repentance for past crimes is just and easy; but sin-no-more's a task too hard for mortals