George Washington Quote

The many remarkable interpositions of the divine government, in the hours of our deepest distress and darkness, have been too luminous to suffer me to doubt the happy issue of the present contest.


Letter to General Armstrong (26 March 1781), as quoted in The Religious Opinions and Character of Washington (1836) by Edward Charles McGuire, p. 122

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The many remarkable interpositions of the divine government, in the hours of our deepest distress and darkness, have been too luminous to suffer me...

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The many remarkable interpositions of the divine government, in the hours of our deepest distress and darkness, have been too luminous to suffer me...

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The many remarkable interpositions of the divine government, in the hours of our deepest distress and darkness, have been too luminous to suffer me...

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The many remarkable interpositions of the divine government, in the hours of our deepest distress and darkness, have been too luminous to suffer me...