preordinance

Related to preordinance: predominance

preordinance

(priːˈɔːdɪnəns)
n
an ordinance established beforehand
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if, on the other hand, his motives are virtuous, "preferring chiefly the honor of God" and "compassion of poore Infidels captived by the devill," then he "may hope, or rather confidently repose in the preordinance of God" (PN, 680).