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gift (from God)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgift (from God)gift (from God)something good you receive or something good that happens to you, even though you might not deserve it This opportunity was a gift from God. gift
Examples from the Corpus
gift (from God)Say thank you with a gift of gold from Beaverbrooks.More than 20 people accepted gifts.In 1 Cor 12: 2-3, Paul gives the Christological criterion for evaluating any alleged gift.Some composers - Beethoven was one of them - had little gift for vocal writing.Time to get out the tree, the ornaments, the special gift baskets and the ceramic figurines to decorate the house.As we encourage the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and especially prophecy, we need to know how to test them.I feel nothing but my new self: the gift of the rose.He fell in love with and married a princess after plying her father, the sultan, with many valuable gifts.
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