If it were not for my firm belief in an overruling Providence, it would be difficult for me, in the midst of such complications of affairs... - Abraham Lincoln Quotes
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Quote:If it were not for my firm belief in an overruling Providence, it would be difficult for me, in the midst of such complications of affairs, to keep my reason on its seat. But I am confident that the Almighty has His plans, and will work them out; and, whether we see it or not, they will be the best for us. - Abraham Lincoln Quotes
  


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