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prevenient grace

noun

  1. divine grace operating on the human will prior to its turning to God.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of prevenient grace1

First recorded in 1660–70

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Example Sentences

After prevenient Grace, however, begins to make itself felt, then the will begins to take part.

As for Mark, nothing less than God's prevenient grace could explain his presence at Silchester.

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