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Is it a challenge for you to repent? Is the secret sin you love so much, or your desire to fit in with the crowd via participating in evil social norms, wreaking havoc in your life? Despite knowing via history in the Bible that Christ said, “… God’s kingdom has come near. Repent! Believe in the gospel!”? Yes?

Tough, eh? 

So what can you do?

Explore what you should know about repentance and how to do it right. Because every girl in Christ needs to know. 

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Out of respect for believers, we will simply acknowledge the multiplicity of views on this subject (the keyword is “acknowledge” and not agree). So, always do further research.

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TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. So repentance means what exactly… ?
  2. “Repent!” by K.W. Leslie
  3. Your strategy

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1. So repentance means what exactly… ?


Repent means to experience a transformative change in thoughts and attitudes. The origins of this word comes from the Greek word metánoia. The word metánoia, which is used to describe repentance in Greek, denotes a profound change of heart and mind.

According to K.W. Leslie, a Christian writer known for his thought-provoking blog — in Greek, the words for “repent” are metanoéo (verb) and metánoia or “repentance” (noun). The word’s literally a compound of the words metá / “after” and noéo / “think,” but combined, they mean “turn round.”(Leslie, 2018).

According to Thayer’s Greek Lexicon, repentance means, especially the change of mind of those who have begun to abhor their errors and misdeeds, and have determined to enter upon a better course of life, so that it embraces both a recognition of sin and sorrow for it and hearty amendment, the tokens and effects of which are good deeds (A. V. repentance).

Deep, eh? Now, let’s explore how to put the definition of repentance into practice.

Research Matthew 3:8, Luke 3:3, Acts 11:18, Luke 24:47

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2. “Repent!” by K.W. Leslie


Uncertain of how to repent? Explore the deeper definition of repentance and the limitations of false repentance as portrayed by the prolific writer K.W. Leslie. You can have clarity with these blog tips.

I found his blog to be helpful because Mr. Leslie breaks down the steps of repentance and describes them with clarity. When he writes, he gets right to the point and doesn’t waste time. Fancy, eh?

✨👉 Start reading his blog on repentance here.

Research Acts 26:20, Romans 2:4

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3. Your strategy


K.W. Leslie believes that recognizing repentance as an action rather than a feeling is crucial for achieving genuine repentance (Leslie, 2018). Wise believers can agree with his p.o.v., because they know that understanding how to repent can lead to true repentance. As well as knowing this only occurs with action.

That being said, your strategy is to quit sinning, recognizing that true repentance demands it. How do you do this, you ask? Employing self-control is your straightforward solution, yet it’s always easier said than done. But you can do it with Christ Jesus (Yeshua Messiah).

Research Philippians 4:13

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BibleHub (2023) Bible Hub: Search, Read, Study the Bible in Many Languages. Available at: (Accessed: 18 September 2023).

BibleHub (2023) Strong’s Greek: 3341. μετάνοια (metanoia) -- change of mind, repentance. Available at: (Accessed: 18 September 2023).

Leslie, K.W. (2018) Repent!, TXAB: The Christ Almighty Blog. Available at: (Accessed: 18 September 2023).