Examples of providence in a Sentence
practicing its customary providence, the snowbound family was able to make the meager stores last until help arrived
had the providence to lay in supplies before the storm hit
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And the people of our Commonwealth generally feel that the present condition of the colored race in this country accords both with the Word and the providence of God.
In Puritan churches, ministers used to cite, as an example of God’s providence, the fact that thousands of Native Americans died of smallpox.
Henry did not base his right on her legitimacy but on divine providence.
Not everyone is happy with the awarding of the Make our Planet Great Again grants, with some in France criticizing the providence of funds to overseas scientists at the cost of research in France.
The symbol was intended in this work to suggest divine providence.
Make a new currency to rotate the earth / Put it in community, develop own systems / Get a providence, and start buying missiles, pit bulls and pistols, and satellite signals.
For Cubs fans, losing was a divine providence that everyone accepted, a sign that even if life has suffering, that doesn’t mean it’s not worth living.
Seating arrangements are the providence of a host, and Trudeau and his beautiful white teeth and his shiny hair weren’t going to refuse.
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