Forgiven in a sentence

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How to use forgiven in a sentence. Forgiven pronunciation.

My sins were all forgiven, and I was made a new man all over, inside and outside.
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He had not, at first, the courage to appropriate the promises to himself; but one morning very early he sent for the missionary to reveal the news that he felt all his sins forgiven, and had "Christ _in_ him, the hope of glory.
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I told God that I could not be denied; I could not get up from my knees till I was forgiven and the curse was forever removed.
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Horace pleaded abjectly to be forgiven, and that the room might remain shadowed; but Fanny was disturbed in temper.
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After all this time, she had, he felt sure, forgiven his behaviour at their last meeting.
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Indeed hero-worshippers have never forgiven him for belittling Caesar and failing to see that side of his assassination which made Goethe denounce it as the most senseless of crimes.
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She wanted to be made good, to have her sins forgiven, to have strength to overcome her faults, that Christ might love her and bless her; and she asked this earnestly of him.
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He came to suffer, that we might be delivered and freely forgiven, and to make us holy.
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I can understand how loath you were to allow Father O'Grady to write to me; he doesn't say in his letter that you have forgiven me, but I hope that your permission to him to relieve my anxiety by a letter implies your forgiveness.
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At last he began to think he had said something to offend her, and to find out if this were so he would have to write to Father O'Grady telling him that Miss Glynn had written saying she had forgiven him.
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You have forgiven me, and, having forgiven me once, maybe you will forgive me again.
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Words of common abuse came to his tongue readily, but there was an unconquerable tenderness in his heart always; and one day the thought went by that it was nobler of her to make him suffer than to have meekly forgiven him, as many women would have done, because he was a priest.
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One baptism shared, one language spake, Forgiving and forgiven.
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He told a woeful story of persecution by the settlers, and injustice from Oglethorpe to Charles Wesley, all undeserved, as Oglethorpe freely admitted when he threw off the weight of suspicion laid upon his mind by malicious slanderers, and sought an interview with his young secretary, in which much was explained and forgiven.
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For within the monastery it was preached against, repressed, punished; and when repented of, forgiven, with loving warnings and wise rules against future transgression.
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And when he was forgiven and raised up from the ground, behold, a little black boy flew out of his bosom, howling aloud, and crying, "Why, O man of God, dost thou drive me from my habitation, where I have dwelt for seven years?
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He had so often quarrelled with her and sworn he would never see her again, and then in a little while he had come on his knees begging to be forgiven.
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For the sake of the light in her eager eyes, much crudity of expression and some untidiness of person were forgiven her.
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He might even have been forgiven for his spoils system and unprecedented removals from office.
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The young officer gazed out of the window, and in his heart, he already pardoned her. "To those who love much, much shall be forgiven!" he reflected, with a compassion growing momentarily, for he saw the shadow of tears in the beautiful dark brown eyes.
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Examples of Forgiven

Example #1
There has been no hankering for it or for strong drink since.
Example #2
I have never had a desire for it since.
Example #3
In his hearing, earnest supplication was always made for him, and, at the end of four months, the heart of stone relented.
Example #4
Mr. A. visited the house three times a week, and, at last, succeeded in overcoming his objections to a weekly prayer-meeting in his house.
Example #5
I was in earnest in my prayer.
Example #6
I went down on my knees, and on them I stayed until I had asked God many times to take away all my appetite for rum and tobacco, and everything else which was displeasing to Him, and make me a new creature in Christ Jesus-a holy, devoted Christian man, for the sake of Him who died for sinners.