He faced the future with a face flinty with pride and impenitence.
Other evils that shall fall upon the Jews for their impenitence.
When David was living in a state of impenitence, the strong hand of God was upon him day and night.
Who more sorry for the righteous and necessary doom which the impenitence of heartlessness drags down upon itself?
In that event, the result of her dutiful service to society would doubtless be to drive him back into impenitence and despair.
Moliere's Don Juan casts back to the original in point of impenitence; but in piety he falls off greatly.
The spirit of the world is self-will and insubordination, hard-heartedness and impenitence, or inflexible perseverance in sin.
Providence may give us Abraham for our father, and impenitence may incur perdition for our portion!
To be willing to be damned, implies a willingness to disobey God, refuse his grace, and continue in unbelief and impenitence!
The writers all treat this as impenitence, requiring relaxation in cases of formal heresy.