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    Repentance In Bible

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    Christianity and it includes Old Testament and New Testament. The profound meaning of repentance in bible is that repenting lead to belief in God. Repentance is a spiritual turning that motivate change from self to God through the following methods: contract, causes and characteristics. The contrast of the repentance between Bible and Buddhism have different change of mind. In other words, one way in which the biblical definition of repentance is different to the Buddhism is that God can give us salvation of our sin. The definition of repentance in Buddhism means one should have committed own wrong action and responsible…

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    Introduction Repentance and forgiveness are not only crucial aspects of coming closer to Christ but are also crucial aspects in coming closer together as a family. However, the world often views forgiveness as a weakness, or an inhibitor in progression, as it encourages more mistakes in marriages. Yet according to the doctrine of Christ, both repentance and forgiveness are required to be able to form a healthy relationship with our Heavenly Father and also a healthy relationship with others.…

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    Laodicea Analysis

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    it was an honor to receive fine clothing. According to God, the Laodiceans were walking spiritually naked. For they did not understand their humiliation, they needed the white robes of righteousness to except the acknowledgement of their shameful condition. The third essential comes into play with the medical school. The church in Laodicea was spiritually blind. They also thought, in their heart and their eyes, that they were clear spiritually; they knew that they needed God to open them. God…

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    The repentance of sin is the first step in forgiveness. Chillingworth was never forgiven for his sin because he was never punished like all the other protagonists of this novel. Hester, although her sin was redeemed in its nature, was publicly shamed and punished. She stated that “ When strangers looked curiously at the scarlet letter… they branded it afresh into her soul” (124). The scarlet letter that was branded on her was a constant reminder not only to her, but also to the prying eyes…

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    "the devils whom [he] served" (5.3. 8) are the reason for his brutal death. However, while Faustus inexplicably dies, the nature of his death is significant because it suggests that John Faustus is murdered for his repentance. Even as John Faustus repents, the warning that the "devils will tear thee to pieces" (2.3. 79) is actualized by "[his] shriek and call aloud for help" (5.3. 10). Like those who expect salvation…

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    reported poorer conflict resolution but when the wives felt more generous and benevolent, the husbands reported better conflict resolution. The second experiment was similar but included another variable: avoidance. Similar to the first results, Finchan, Beach, and Davila discovered that “Whereas wives ' benevolence again predicted better conflict resolution, husbands ' avoidance predicted wives ' reports of poorer conflict resolution” (2004, p. 72). In order to have strong conflict resolution…

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    The German Soldier

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    Repentance Makes Forgiveness Possible To understand the magnitude of the German soldier’s war crime one needs to examine the soldier’s graphic description of it and to enter into it with one’s own imagination. “…Behind the windows of the second floor, I saw a man with a small child in his arms. His clothes were alight. By his side stood a woman, doubtless the mother of the child. With his free hand the man covered the child’s eyes…then he jumped into the street. Seconds later the mother…

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    point in the play Claudius realizes that, even if he has all his underlings fooled, that the powers in heaven are aware of his misdeeds, “And oft ‘tis seen the wicked prize itself/ Buys out the law. But ‘tis not so above:/ There is no shuffling; there the action lies/ In his true nature” (3.3.63-66). Claudius realizes that because the result of his actions was his inauguration into kingship, no one will question him in fear that there will be repercussions. Although this is all well and good,…

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    However, there is a cost to both words. Forgiveness identifies the person that was hurt and condonation denies that there was any cost involved at all. Next, the writer explains that effectual and truthful forgiveness communicates both remorse and the petition for restoration. Condonation down plays the harm one’s actions may have caused to make it not quite so bad and results in a heart that feels it needs no altering. Then, the writer details how forgiveness is like love and must be freely…

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    Many criticize Lady Macbeth and her grief, specifically that it will not lead her to forgiveness. For example, some critics say that "it is the false choice that starts [her to her] tragic end, it is failure to turn back from the choice, to renounce it, that makes ruin inevitable" ( Cunningham)". Therefore, saying that because she helped Macbeth and manipulated him to complete the action she has no room for repentance and shall be damned to hell. Especially since she is the one who wanted to…

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