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  • I am still hopeful, however that in Providential timing, there are still enough lovers of Truth that they will 'Rally to the Texan!'.

    Paul No. 1 on Amazon.com

  • Toward the end of August there happened what the religously inclined termed a Providential Dispensation.

    Andersonville — Volume 3

  • As if to intensify this interest, then at fever-heat, a circumstance occurred which may well be called Providential, in connection with these questions pertaining to the people of color.

    Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising

  • Toward the end of August there happened what the religously inclined termed a Providential Dispensation.

    Andersonville

  • He is disciplined and hardworking, and believes that his “success comes through careful cultivation of (implicitly Protestant) virtues in cooperation with a Providential plan.”

    Did Christianity Cause the Crash?

  • He is disciplined and hardworking, and believes that his “success comes through careful cultivation of (implicitly Protestant) virtues in cooperation with a Providential plan.”

    Did Christianity Cause the Crash?

  • He is disciplined and hardworking, and believes that his “success comes through careful cultivation of (implicitly Protestant) virtues in cooperation with a Providential plan.”

    Did Christianity Cause the Crash?

  • It is fascinating, even Providential, that Veteran's Day falls on a Church holiday that remembers one of the first "Soldier Saints" -- one of the historic Christian conscientious objectors to war.

    Shane Claiborne: When Soldiers Become Saints

  • It is fascinating, even Providential, that Veteran's Day falls on a Church holiday that remembers one of the first "Soldier Saints" -- one of the historic Christian conscientious objectors to war.

    Shane Claiborne: When Soldiers Become Saints

  • According to Mark Beliles and Stephen McDowell in their book America's Providential History: "In 1782, Congress acted the role of a Bible society by officially approving the printing and distribution of the 'Bible of the Revolution,' an American translation prepared by Robert Aitken."

    Chris Rodda: No, Mr. Beck, Congress Did Not Print a Bible for the Use of Schools

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