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My tongue made a mistake

Discussion in 'Obsessive Compulsive Disorder' started by Kostilaks, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. Kostilaks

    Kostilaks Member

    Lets say that someone makes a rush prayer to Gods and instead of saying

    "do not punish me"

    he says

    "punish me"

    He freaks and says to Gods that it was an accident. Gods see that it was an accident and do not punish him.

    Now, someone makes a rush prayer to Gods and instead of saying
    "no matter what I say, accidentally or not, do not punish me"
    due to an accident, his tongue makes a mistake and says
    "no matter what I say accidentally or not, punish me"
    he freaks and says to Gods that it was an accident. Gods see that it was an accident but in his accidental prayer he said "no matter what I say, accidentally or not, punish me" is he trapped just because he said the word "'accidentally"?

    I just wanted to stop praying compulsively, every 1 minute for my intrusive thoughts, so I wanted to make a prayer that would be
    "no matter what I say/think, accidentally or not, do not punish me"
    I was on a rush and accidentally, skipped the words "do not" but I said that my tongue said that accidentally, and corrected it.

    what if this accidental prayer was accepted from Gods? and since the accidental prayer was specific about accidental prayers, what if no matter how much I try, I am still trapped because of the word "accidentally"? since I said accidentally, and made an accident with my tongue perhaps there is no forgiveness. I do not know if you understand my example. i am not english.
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  2. Richard T

    Richard T Well-Known Member

    United States
    God looks on the heart and He also knows your intent. So you do not have to worry about this. With God we always have a redo too, we can confess our sins and He will forgive us. Whenever I say something wrong, typically in anger or frustration, I just repeat what I should have said a couple of times to counteract whatever negative thing that i just said. God of course knows immediately, but it helps me to vocalize what is right. For example, a driver irritates me and I say something negative about him/her as i am driving. Rather than let that slide and forget about it. I try to pray for them and ask for God to bless them.
    Anyway, try saying the opposite twice for your sake, and know that God loves you.
  3. Qwertyui0p

    Qwertyui0p Member

    God knows what you mean as well as what you say. He knows when say something wrong by accident and what you were intending to say. You'll be fine.