When you feel tempted to commit a sin, try these brief remedies.
Thankfully, with God’s grace, it is possible to break free from that yoke of slavery and embrace a life of freedom and virtue.
Venerable Louis of Granada, a Dominican priest of the 16th century, gave his advice in a book rightly called The Sinner’s Guide. In it, he gives a step-by-step plan for sinners who want to start practicing virtue and be released from their slavery to sin.
Granada writes, “The following short considerations … you can use with advantage at the moment of temptation. They were found among the writings of a man of great sanctity, who had himself experienced their efficacy.”
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