It was long time since i had confession. So i was worrying because i stoped taking holy communion until i get confession. One day in my dream i saw a woman appeard in the sky like a bird and then converted to a nun. She dressed like nuns. She talked to children (infants) who were just a few distance infront of me. After talking to the children she disappeared immidiatly. I didn't listen what she said to the children. I asked them what she said? and they told me that. She said 'come close to God, Confess!' after that i woke up from my dream. I understood that the message was to me. Mery spoke to me through children that i need to confess. One night i decided to have confession and tried to remember all the sins i have done in the past times. I wrote all my sins on a piece of paper and I made myself ready to go to a priest on the next morning. In this night in my dream i heard Songs of many people saying
'Satan is broken!'. After i woke up from my dream i felt very happy.In the next day i went to a priest and had confession. Now thanks to God I cleaned my heart and regularly receive the holy communion. Thank you Mary, Mother of Jesus, for encouraging me to have confession.
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