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Please Help Me:The Fifthontology

Bach [the Rabbi - not the composer] says in simman aleph that after one says the parsha of korban chatas in the morning he should add:" Ïf I am liable to bring a chatas it should be the will of Hashem that this [verbal recital] should be accepted as if I actually brought a korban chatas".
The problem is that in order to bring a chatas one must be certain that he is liable to bring one [shabbos 72]. So how can one say : if I am etc.??

Please help me.

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