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Unlike in person-to-person reconciliation, sinners, without needing to regain God's trust before being reconciled to God, are relying on God's saving grace accompanied by genuine remorse and repentance for their sins.
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All of this is from God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation; that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to Himself, not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting the message of reconciliation to us.
Last week, the Senate's Bicameral Conference Committee reconciled the two versions of the Bill.
4 : to cause to give in or accept <I reconciled myself to the loss.
There were 5,923 requests for divorce in Riyadh alone, with 678 ending through reconciliation; 1,001 in Jeddah, with 210 reconciled; 905 in Makkah, with 269 reconciled; and 202 in Madinah, with 129 reconciled.
Only companies that have reconciled all accounts and understand the potential misstatements that may exist in nonreconciled accounts can be comfortable that their auditor will not identify significant and material financial misstatements during the auditor's review of the SEC filings.
Just as those to be baptized entered into final and intense preparation during Lent, those to be reconciled were expected to do likewise.
24) This result can be reconciled with that in noncommon fund opt out recoveries, in that these plaintiffs generally individually agree to compensate class counsel, and accordingly have income under Old Colony Trust when the attorneys' fees are paid to class counsel.
The genesis of morality is in the struggle of egoistic and altruistic desires; hence, happiness and life will be reconciled only when duty and love have united (Robertson 9-10).