““Two men went to the Temple to pray. One was a Pharisee, and the other was a despised tax collector.” (Luke 18:10 NLT)
The Pharisee, a deeply religious man, thought that he was in the right. He did no wrong, he followed the law and prayed regularly.
The Tax Collector felt guilty and was despised. He knew people hated him but he said his prayers anyway.
And on Judgement day, when you are held to account for everything you have said and done, will you be a Pharisee or a Tax Collector?
Both of them prayed But only one said sorry and meant it.