Definition of God's Will
1. Noun. The omnipotence of a divine being.
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Literary usage of God's Will
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1. The Psychological Principles of Education: A Study in the Science of Education by Herman Harrell Horne (1906)
"To will the good is to identify man,s will with God,s will; to will the evil is to oppose man,s will to God,s will. The evil that men have is their own, ..."
2. The Military Life of John, Duke of Marlborough by Archibald Alison (1855)
""I long," said he, "for an end of the war, so God,s will be done ... God,s will be done. If I can be so blessed as to end this campaign with success, ..."
3. Discourses Upon the Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock (1853)
"... Jeroboam did God s trill of prophecy in taking the kingdom of Israel ; and the devils may he subservient in God s will or providence ; but neither of ..."