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How To Use foreknow In A Sentence

  • The government had some foreknowledge from an informant as well as the buzz of rumours, but there had been so many rumours and false alarms that at first it did not take it seriously.
  • And since predestination is comprised under foreknowledge, the gloss in the beginning of the Psalter assigns only two species to prophecy, namely of _foreknowledge, _ and of Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province
  • But probably God's foreknowledge of His own people means His "peculiar, gracious, complacency in them," while His "predestinating" or Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • The most entertaining moment is John Hurt - a distinguished, multi-award winning actor - revealing his foreknowledge of the WH40K universe gained through his son being an enormous fan, and Donald Sumpter dryly pointing out the rarity of being asked to play eight-foot-tall armour-plated killing machines at his age. Actors announced for WARHAMMER 40,000 movie
  • And everything after the fact so foreknown, the game itself sometimes already in the past while he still described it; often the afternoon papers were on the streets with the final box score while he described for his listeners the seventh-inning stretch or reported a struggle in the box seats over the recovery of a foul ball -- his foreknowledge hindsight, a coy tool of suspense: DiMaggio swings. Style in Fiction
  • If, for the sake of argument, we were to adopt this diluted interpretation of the verb "foreknow" in Rom. 8: 29, we are not to readily conclude that what we call the particularistic exegesis would have to be abandoned and the absolute sovereignty of God in the matter of election to life be eliminated. Possessing the Treasure
  • My room sways with foreknowledge of its imminent destruction. A MEANS TO EVIL
  • The whole difficulty lies in the acts of free agents being certain; yet certainty is required for foreknowledge as well as for foreordination. The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination
  • What can foreknow is, national network TV station and CCTV net will be inseparable.
  • For so the Son of God was "foreknown" (so the Greek for "foreordained," 1Pe 1: 20) to be the sacrificial Lamb, not against, or without His will, but His will rested in the will of the Father; this includes self-conscious action; nay, even cheerful acquiescense. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
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