Confessing: Giving Thanks

A righteous king is both lowly and exalted. He has a unique sense of ego, knowing who to lower – the haughty – and who to raise – the humble.

On the Day of Atonement, we confess our sins and come to realize that we deserve nothing, that all we receive is an unwarranted gift of God.

To confess in Hebrew means to give thanks – thank you my Creator for reaching out to me and accepting me after all the bad that I have done.

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