Repertory theater is all about being part of the whole, one of the many colors in this vast palette.
Repercussions are serious and they will take you places.
Repenting and coming unto Christ through the covenants and ordinances of salvation are prerequisite to and a preparation for being sanctified by the reception of the Holy Ghost and standing spotless before God at the last day.
Repentance, prayer, and pondering over the scriptures are essential parts of our qualifying for the gifts of the Spirit in our priesthood service. Further magnification of our power to serve will come as we respond with faith to go forward in our callings with the Holy Ghost to help us.
Repentance, however difficult to be practiced, is, if it be explained without superstition, easily understood. Repentance is the relinquishment of any practice from the conviction that it has offended God.
Repentance, as we know, is basically not moaning and remorse, but turning and change.
Repentance will not make you see Christ; but to see Christ will give you repentance.
Repentance must dig the foundations, but holiness shall erect the structure, and bring forth the top-stone. Repentance is the clearing away of the rubbish of the past temple of sin; holiness builds the new temple which the Lord our God shall inherit. Repentance and desires after holiness never can be separated.
Repentance must be something more than mere remorse for sins: it comprehends a change of nature befitting heaven.
Repentance means you change your mind so deeply that it changes you.
Repentance is the vomit of the soul.
Repentance is the true turning of our life to God, a turning that arises from a pure and earnest fear of Him; and it consists in the mortification of the flesh and the renewing of the Spirit.
Repentance is the sweet fruit that comes from faith in the Savior and involves turning toward God and away from sin.
Repentance is something that is brought about in the human heart by the work of God the Holy Spirit.
Repentance is replete with radical implications for a fundamental change of mind not only turns us from the sinful past, but also transforms our life plan, ethics, and actions as we begin to see the world through God's eyes rather than ours. That kind of transformation requires the ultimate surrender of self.
Repentance is not so much remorse for what we have done as the fear of the consequences.
Repentance is not a foreboding word. It is, after faith, the most encouraging word in the Christian vocabulary. Repentance is simply the scriptural invitation for growth and improvement and progress and renewal. You can change! You can be anything you want to be in righteousness.
Repentance is more than just sorrow for the past; repentance is a change of mind and heart, a new life of denying self and serving the Savior as king in self's place.
Repentance is mentioned seventy times in the New Testament ... the Bible says God commands repentance ... it is a command ...
God says, Repent! Or perish!