Repentance leads to times of refreshing.
I have been writing now for over a week. I find it cleansing, refreshing; it is good for me.” (p.531)
Reading is refreshing.
Engagement with young people is always a refreshing break with routine. It's also a reminder of how we need to constantly keep our thinking agile and unencumbered by traditional rules.
It's always refreshing to step into another time.
I think it's refreshing that it's not called 'The Archie Show.' It's called 'Riverdale,' not 'Archie,' which is good.
There really isn't anything more refreshing then iced Coke out of the old-school glass bottles.
The sour quality is set opposite to the bitter and the sweet, and is a good temper to all, a refreshing and cooling when the bitter and the sweet qualities are too much elevated or too preponderant.
To those portions of the electorate fed up with politics as usual, Mr. Trump's willingness to say just about anything and to improvise as he goes seems more refreshing and trustworthy than disqualifying.
A change of season calls for a change of scent that is both energizing and refreshing.
Tiny quails may not seem as impressive as a mammoth turkey, but there is something refreshing about a spread of individual birds on the Christmas table.
I am truly obsessed with Lena Dunham. I find everything about her unique and refreshing. She is a brilliant, hilarious and honest writer who is not afraid to make her audience uncomfortable.
Recording and touring are totally separate universes for me and it's strange and refreshing when they invade each other momentarily.
Tony Blair is an extremely popular figure in North America. His memoir is refreshing, both for its candour and vivid portrayal of political life.
My mum especially listens to music in a way that is incredibly feelings-based. There's virtually no snobbery about what sounds are in it, she just wants to hear a song and that is quite refreshing.
Young adult novels don't shy away from the discussion of weight issues, and 'Blubber,' the tale of an overweight, not-so-sympathetic fifth-grader bullied by her peers, is a refreshing take.