Providence and Gratitude

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(1304.7) 118:10.5 It is the importance of the function of the creature that occasions providential intervention, not the importance of the creature as a person.

(1305.1) 118:10.6 Nevertheless, the Father as a person may at any time interpose a fatherly hand in the stream of cosmic events all in accordance with the will of God and in consonance with the wisdom of God and as motivated by the love of God.

There have been far too many coincidences in my life to be regarded as mere coincidences. They may have been providential and on behalf of my function in relation to some greater whole rather than my importance as a person, but I regard them as acts of the fatherly hand of God. There are no words that can adequately express my gratitude for those interventions.