- v. present participle of repent.
“I have given it away; I have been a long time in repenting, but when I did repent I punished myself.”
“He taught the former by his own example, for the direction of sinners in repenting; he taught the latter by his own experience, for their encouragement.”
“We have here, I. Directions in repenting, what to do and what to say, ver.”
“The pleasure that God takes in repenting returning sinners.”
“You can even wait until your deathbed before repenting, which is utterly costless.”
“Then came plenty of time for what Babci would call repenting in leisure—actually it took place behind the wheel of a car, while Theresa drove Benny Farr around New England so he could sell packets of nutritional powders to health food stores and gymnasiums, and at expositions where they offered passersby Dixie cups of thick, green seaweed-based breakfast drinks.”
“Surely the gospel of Christ has something better for its recipients than a constant daily sinning and repenting, which is too often the experience of Christian people.”
“I said, "Of course, if you're sorry, I forgive you, but you have been a very long time in repenting.”
“_ said he (with tears in his eye, and giving a great sigh) _as for repenting, that is for ever past me.”
“It was a lot of hard work arguing against science and evidence, but we used to feel so sure and confident in our various arguments and methods, but ultimately my thirst for truth was my undoing, and I've been "repenting" for my sins against logic and reason ever since.”
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by Mary Oliver
You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees
for a hundred miles through the desert repenting.
You only have to let the soft anima...
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