rededicate (oneself) to (something)

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rededicate (oneself) to (something)

To reassert or reaffirm one's dedication or commitment to something or some activity. That near-death experience really prompted me to rededicate myself to my faith. I'm really trying to rededicate myself to my career, because I've been feeling like I'm in a rut lately.
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rededicate oneself or something to someone or something

to reaffirm the dedication of oneself or something to someone or something. I must ask you to rededicate yourself to our high purposes. They rededicated their church to God.
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Sikhs, or seekers of truth, on this auspicious occasion, rededicated themselves to the cause of Ek Onkar, or oneness of the Supreme Being which is the cardinal and divine message of their founding and beloved Guru who was born in Punjab in 1469AD.
The accord, which the parties said rededicated themselves to the previously signed, but occasionally violated 23 January CoH, comes two days after the two principal leaders, Kiir and Machar, agreed on most issues in the power-sharing between the president and the prime minister.
He had given his own personal testimony about how he had experienced the divine mercy in his own life: He had forgiven his wife for an affair, and they had rededicated themselves to their marriage.
"The Yankees, I think, rededicated themselves to the basics of scouting and player development a couple of years ago and quickly turned their farm system around," Epstein said.
While the group did not continue as a threesome, they re-formed, renamed and rededicated themselves to music of high energy and strong emotion with a Native heart and soul.
In ensuing weeks employees rededicated themselves to their stores, notwithstanding tremendous increases in traffic as a result of the storm.
Using the rich past as a guide to the future, convention delegates rededicated themselves to the centennial theme, "100 Years: A Continuous Legacy of Service to Mankind."