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Definitions of REPENTANCE
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- 1871 - The Cabinet Dictionary of the English Language
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n. Act of repenting; sorrow or regret for something said or done in the past; penitence; â€”in theology, distress or agony of mind for past sin and guilt, proceeding from fear of consequences, terrors of hell, &c.; legal repentance;â€”remorse of conscience, contrition of heart, for sin, as an offence against God, and a base return for his love and goodness; sorrow for sin produced from faith in Christ as having died for it, and offering to redeem from it; evangelical repentance; â€”a thorough change of heart and mind; newness of life.
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