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The chaff from the wheat is demonstrated by accepting what the Lord has made acceptable in his eyes and repenting of that which is not.
These Jews are repenting day after day of their sins and repairing relationships with their friends, family and God.
Rashkover emphasizes that Rosenzweig's account of revelation as divine love of the human in his 1920 Star of Redemption culminates in the believer's repentance (62): "By repenting, the soul acknowledges the reality of a transcendent authority by announcing the absence of this authority within herself.
Paek also told Itar-Tass that the main obstacle in the normalization of ties between North Korea and Japan is that Japan is ''not repenting of its past crimes and trying to avoid drawing a line under the past under cover of economic cooperation.