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Verb
/riˈpent/,
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repented, past participle; repented, past tense; repenting, present participle; repents, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one's wrongdoing or sin
    • - the priest urged his listeners to repent
    • - he repented of his action
  2. View or think of (an action or omission) with deep regret or remorse
    • - Marian came to repent her hasty judgment
  3. Feel regret or penitence about
    • - I repent me of all I did

  1. turn away from sin or do penitence
  2. feel remorse for; feel sorry for; be contrite about
  3. (repentance) remorse for your past conduct
  4. Repentance is choosing to turn to God. In religious contexts it usually refers to confession to God, ceasing sin against God, and resolving to live according to religious law. ...
  5. (Repentance (album)) Repentance is the ninth studio album by Esham A. Smith. Released in 2003, it is his first album of new material to be released on Psychopathic Records. ...
  6. (Repentance (film)) Repentance (მონანიება, Monanieba, Покаяние) is a Georgian film directed by Tengiz Abuladze. The movie was made in 1984, but its release was banned in the Soviet Union for its semi-allegorical critique of Stalinism. ...
  7. (Repentance (song)) Systematic Chaos is the ninth studio album by American progressive metal band Dream Theater. Released on June 4, 2007 in the United Kingdom and June 5, 2007 in the United States, Systematic Chaos was the band's first release through Roadrunner Records. ...
  8. (Repentance (story)) Repentance is a short story by Russian author Leo Tolstoy first published in 1886. The story details the difficulties of a repentant sinner's attempts to enter Heaven.
  9. (Repentance (theology)) Repentance is a theological term that describes a stage in salvation where the believer turns away from sin. ...
  10. To feel pain, sorrow, or regret for what one has done or omitted to do; the cause for repenting may be indicated with "of"; To be sorry for sin as morally evil, and to seek forgiveness; to cease to love and practice sin; To feel pain on account of; to remember with sorrow; To be sorry for, ...
  11. (repentance) The condition of being penitent; A feeling of regret or remorse for doing wrong or sinning
  12. (repentance) A turning with sorrow from a past course or action
  13. (Repentance) is to feel remorse, contrition, or self-reproach for what one has done or failed to do, to be contrite, to regret past conduct and to change one's mind regarding it, to change for the better as a result. Repent means to "turn around" or "return."
  14. (Repentance) To repent means to turn. In the NT repentance means to turn from sin. We were called by God to turn from sin. In fact, all men everywhere are commanded by God to repent of their sins (Acts 17:30). God's longsuffering leads us to repentance (2 Pet. 3:9) as does His kindness (Rom. ...
  15. (REPENTANCE) Abandoning the sin. Mormon repentance follows faith rather than preceding it. “If we sincerely repent, we turn away from our sins and do them no more. We no longer have any desire to commit the sins” (Uniform System for Teaching the Gospel, p.2-14). ...
  16. (REPENTANCE) Literally, "a change of mind" or attitude, and thus of behavior. God is the author of repentance, which is an integral part of baptism, confession, and ongoing spiritual life. ...
  17. (REPENTANCE) We have sinned.../ Let us lie down again/ deep in anonymous humility and God/ may find us worthy material for His hand (CP256)
  18. (Repentance) A reversal of direction in attitude and actions. We repent when we realize we are headed the wrong way, then stop, turn around and begin moving in the right direction. Spiritually, it involves genuine sorrow for sins and a resolve to do what is right.
  19. (Repentance) Being sorry for past sins against God or transgressions against other humans. It implies a sincere desire to change one's behavior in the future. Conservative Protestants generally consider it the first step towards salvation. The second step is to trust Jesus as Lord and Savior. ...
  20. (Repentance) Changing your life because you are just so miserable about being a sinner by committing all those sins for all those years and singing Psalm 51 over and over while missing the fact that your minister has been committing far worse sins--and some of them should land him in prison--but ...
  21. (Repentance) Feeling regret for sins committed and asking for forgiveness.
  22. (Repentance) In theology, a change of mental and spiritual habit respecting sin, involving a hatred of and sorrow because of it, and a genuine abandonment of it in conduct of life. ...
  23. (Repentance) This is another essential resource in deliverance ministry. Repentance involves acknowledging sins or previously accepted falsehoods and turning from them. The Greek word translated “repentance” is metanoia, a term which in a military context means to “about face. ...
  24. (Repentance) To be sorry for the sins that you have committed.
  25. (Repentance) means a change of mind. It can be said that repentance has three aspects. The first is intellectual. By it the sinner comes unto "the knowledge of sin" (Rom. 3:20) and its consequences. The second aspect is emotional. It is a genuine sorrow over sin. ...