Verb(1) foreordain by divine will or decree
Adjective(1) established or prearranged unalterably
(1) But if we are among the elect, surely we shall rise from sin to fulfil God's predetermined purpose. ‘The whole Christ’ is predestinate .(2) For whom He did foreknow, He also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn.(3) Because the great predestinating purpose of God is to conform us to the likeness of His Son.(4) It seems that Ed and I just don't fit into the predestinated mold that the government and the general society would like us to.(5) Other verses emphasise the same truth - the God who chooses us predestinates us.(6) By stars and red checks, smiles and frowns, prizes, honors, and disgraces, I teach kids to surrender their will to the predestinated chain of command.(7) Though it is never said that the non-elect are predestinated to damnation, Augustine was inclined to distinguish his view from Manichee dualism by stressing freedom in God, not freedom in man.(8) But this passage has to do with a people chosen from before the overthrow, blest with all spiritual blessings in the heavenly places, having received the adoption, predestinated according to God's purpose, etc., etc.
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