Repentance

• (n.) The act of repenting, or the state of being penitent; sorrow for what one has done or omitted to do; especially, contrition for sin.
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Repentance

(from the article `Georgia`) ...theatre, in which outstanding directors of the Soviet period were Kote Mardzhanishvili, Sandro Akhmeteli, and Robert Sturm, has had a marked ...
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repentance

(from the article `sacrament`) In its formulation, the Christian doctrine of conciliation, which, as St. Paul contended, required a change of status in the penitent, had to be made ... ...literally `concealing`—i.e., the blessings of God), and, when man becomes so obdurate, his heart is sealed by God. Nevertheless, it is ...
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repentance

penitence noun remorse for your past conduct
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Repentance

[Christianity] Repentance is a theological term that describes a stage in Christian salvation where the believer turns away from sin. As a distinct stage in the ordo salutis its position is disputed, with some theological traditions arguing it occurs prior to faith and the Reformed theological tradition arguing it occurs after faith. In Rom...
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Repentance

[Khayyám Ruba`i] Repentance is a Ruba`i of Omar Khayyám that deals with being penitent. Metre of poem is sung Maf`ulo Mafa`eel Maf`aeelo Fe`l. == Poetic translation == By Edward FitzGerald: I resolve daily that at dusk I shall repent For a night with a cup full of wine spent. In the presence of flowers, my resolve simply went In such comp...
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Repentance

[story] ==Synopsis== The story opens with the imminent death of a 70-year-old sinner. The man has never done a good deed in his life, and only with his last words did he address God and ask for forgiveness. When the man dies his soul comes before the gates of Heaven, but they are locked. The man knocks and knocks at the gates, but to no ava...
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Repentance

Re·pent'ance (re*pĕnt' a ns) noun [ French repentance .] The act of repenting, or the state of being penitent; sorrow for what one has done or omitted to do; especially, contrition for sin. Chaucer. « Godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation.» 2. ...
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repentance

In religion, to turn back to God in remorse at one's past actions. In the Hebrew Bible it is sometimes used of God who `repents of the evil` proposed. The...
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repentance

remorse for your past conduct
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Repentance

The feeling and act in which one recognizes and tries to right a wrong, or gain forgiveness from someone that they wronged. In religious contexts it usually refers to repenting for a sin against God. It always includes an admission of guilt, and also includes at least one of
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Repentance

To be sorry for the sins that you have committed.
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repentance

[n] - remorse for your past conduct
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