Definition of Foreordinations
1. foreordination [n] - See also: foreordination
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foreordinations
Literary usage of Foreordinations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of the Right Reverend Joseph Hall by Joseph Hall, Philip Wynter (1863)
"... in his certain and unchangeable decree: for neither can his will be frustrated, nor his forethought deceived, nor his foreordinations altered. ..."
2. Reminiscences of Morris Steinert by Morris Steinert (1900)
"... all of my earnest pleadings, say " Farewell," I feel that I have kept good track of all of the foreordinations of my Creator when I entered this world. ..."
3. Reminiscences of Morris Steinert by Morris Steinert (1900)
"... foreordinations of my Creator when I entered this world. My driver, who spoke some indistinct German, interrupted my chain of thought, and informed me ..."
4. Annotations Upon Popular Hymns by Charles Seymour Robinson (1893)
"... whic “7 were likely to follow the constant straining after information concerning the purposes and plans and foreordinations and decrees of our Maker, ..."
5. The Home Missionary by American Home Missionary Society, Congregational Home Missionary Society (1871)
"... social and civil and educational and religious foundations, that Christians are empowered to make decrees, and then work out foreordinations for Christ. ..."
6. Debt and Grace: As Related to the Doctrine of a Future Life by Charles Frederic Hudson (1859)
"In the place which God appoints to various creatures there may be ample range for his foreordinations, while their freedom is unharmed. 5. ..."