Mon Jul 17 11:41:29 HST 2006
I agree although I really don't have time to explain why other than the Word says so!
Richard Campbell email@example.com
P.S. It's good to be back on LUCERNA again. This is the site where I believe the best and most relevant doctrinal discussions are occurring.
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> AC 3833 the man who reasons concerning the Divine Providence, as to
> whether it is only universal, and not in the singulars, cannot possibly
> know the innumerable arcana of Providence, which are as many in number as
> are the contingencies of everyone's life from first to last, and from the
> creation of the world to its end; nay, even to eternity. (AC 3833)
> Hi Scrutators,
> The above passage means that the Lord makes the random curve come out
> random, and not that it is random because the Lord is not managing its
> To me this means that the Lord manages my eye movements and the sequence
> of my thoughts. Also, the eye movements of a lion hunting in the night, or
> the molecular movements within the cells of my stomach.
> The Lord manages the computer that makes the bets come out when you play
> at a casino. The Lord manages what headlines the Wall Street Journal
> carries every morning, as well as its contents. The Lord manages the bank
> criminal and the cop that catches him, or not. The Lord manages every 911
> call and its outcome. The Lord manages the acts of those on either side
> of a battle or war. The Lord manages the events taking place in sun spots
> in the sun.
> Do you agree, or not, and why.
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