- v. Simple past tense and past participle of foreordain.
- adj. established or prearranged unalterably
“See especially Rom. 3: 25; and note the marginal rendering -- "foreordained" -- making the passage read: "Whom God hath foreordained to be a propitiation.”
“It is hidden before it is brought forward, and when it is brought forward it still remains hidden to those that are imperfect [Bengel]. ordained -- literally, "foreordained" (compare 1Co 2: 9), "prepared for them that love Him." before the world -- rather, "before the ages" (of time), that is, from eternity.”
“As Israel's redemption from Egypt required the blood of the paschal lamb, so our redemption from sin and the curse required the blood of Christ; "foreordained" (1Pe 1: 20) from eternity, as the passover lamb was taken up on the tenth day of the month.”
“Because Watergate has become part of the received national lore—with heroes, villains, and the comforting moral that crime does not pay—we forget that its outcome was not foreordained and that those two years were very suspenseful.”
“There was technically a habeas petition but the outcome was foreordained.”
“Our vantage conveys a sense, a submerged realization, that what we see, and where it will lead, has been foreordained.”
“That will have to be the subject of yet another book; but Kidd's "God of Liberty", for one, has foreordained an America at once spiritually vibrant and free.”
“If only Krista's bloated narrative had had one-tenth the concentrated heat of Aaron's seemingly foreordained decline and fall.”
“None of these was foreordained; all resulted from statecraft in difficult times.”
“Unfortunately each has been followed by what would seem foreordained violence and misery.”
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