HOW OFTEN? Once, twice, sometimes, often, habitually.
Daily prayers, morning and evening – omitted; shortened; said hurriedly or without thinking. Failed to pray for others.
Sunday worship – omitted; been inattentive at; behaved badly or irreverently in church.
Swearing – bad language; used God’s Name in swearing; laughed at religion.
Parents – been rude to; unkind; unhelpful; disobedient.
Stealing – stolen food; money; other things; stolen from bus companies; by accepting too much change in shops; stolen by finding when the owner was traceable; not paid debts; keeping what I have borrowed. Been lazy; slacked when I should have worked.
Anger – temper; broken things or struck others in anger. Hated others; wished another dead. Been unkind or spiteful to others. Been unforgiving; wanted to get my own back. Been cruel to animals.
Impurity – in thought, in word, in act; by reading, writing, listening.
Lies – told to avoid punishment; to be well thought of; to injure others. Broken promises. Cheated at work or games.
Envy – wished others were less fortunate than they were.
Pride – boasted; been conceited; been impertinent; spoken unkindly or contemptuously of others. Spoken evil of others.
Greed – eaten or drunk too much; had more than my share; been fussy about food; taken illegal drugs.
Coveting – wanted to have someone else’s property.
Bad example – set a bad example; led others to do wrong.