In the New Testament, the word translated as 'repentance' is the Greek word μετάνοια (metanoia), "after/behind one's mind", which is a compound word of the preposition 'meta' (after, with), and the verb 'noeo' (to perceive, to think, the result of perceiving or observing). In this compound word the preposition combines the two meanings of time and change, which may be denoted by 'after' and 'different'; so that the whole compound means: 'to think differently after'. Metanoia is therefore primarily an after-thought, different from the former thought; a change of mind accompanied by regret and change of conduct, "change of mind and heart", or, "change of consciousness". One of the key descriptions of repentance in the New Testament is the parable of the prodigal son found in the Gospel of Luke 15 beginning at verse 11.
Repentance and salvation
Repentance is generally associated with salvation. In some cases, individuals or nations repent of their sins and are spared God's judgment. Sometimes the punishment avoided is destruction in this life, sometimes it is damnation.
1. The act or an instance of reviving.
2. The condition of being revived.
3. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor after a period of obscurity or quiescence.
4. A new presentation of an old play, movie, opera, ballet, or similar vehicle.
5. A time of reawakened interest in religion.
6. A meeting or series of meetings for the purpose of reawakening religious faith.
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