foreordained

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Let us not think that God has foreordained all this, and that we cannot hasten it.

Was everything, even a baggy young teacher of Arabic, foreordained?

It is part of the divine wisdom, the foreordained plan of my life.

Foreordained and predestined to be at the crucial point at the critical moment!

They were present to witness and to accomplish an act of foreordained justice.

A thousand years back this spot had been foreordained for it.

He foreknows, so it is argued, but He does so because He has foreordained.

He was the One chosen and foreordained in the heavens to this specific service.

That he could do nothing but what he was foreordained by God to do.

Then and there he foreknew and foreordained all human tears.

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