Thesaurus / foreknowledge
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The doctrine of foreknowledge, with Mr. Toplady, included the doctrine of election and decrees.

By some mysterious agency, the coasters developed a foreknowledge of permission to proceed.

Merchantmen-at-ArmsDavid W. Bone

Yet when it arose, the crisis proved none the less agonising because of that foreknowledge.

What becomes of God's foreknowledge if He does not know the results of the trials to which He subjects us?

We do not know of a real instance in which a man's decision tended to be contrary to God's foreknowledge of its outcome.

If he did speak, it was out of the foreknowledge of his loneliness to come.

But she remembered a former occasion, and her knees were weak at the foreknowledge of failure.

CoquetteFrank Swinnerton

All this is done without our ordaining, thinking, or foreknowledge.

It would seem as if he had a foreknowledge of what my little statue contained?

The sting of death is in foreknowledge of the when and the how.

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