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repentance
used in It Happened to Nancy

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Definition
the feeling or expression of regret for having done something wrong with a firm decision to be a better person in the future
  • Then he brought out a vial of bleach and said putting repentance into our lives was much like the bleach.
    p. 63.8
  • We then all discussed that concept and decided that we each needed to carry a little bottle of repentance around with us all the time, because we needed it often!
    p. 63.9
  • We decided for the rest of the day when we spilled on someone or did something else dumb or rude or careless or mean, instead of saying, "I'm sorry," we'd say, "I repent of that action.
    p. 64.2
  • That put a whole new meaning upon repentance and forgiveness.
    p. 64.4

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