Abraham Lincoln quote about future from State of the Union Address (3 December 1861) - The struggle of to-day is not altogether for to-day; it is for a vast future also. With a reliance on Providence all the more firm and earnest, let us proceed in the great task which events have devolved upon us.
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Quotes by Abraham Lincoln · Quotes from State of the Union Address · Quotes about future · Quotes about present · Quotes about Providence

The struggle of to-day is not altogether for to-day; it is for a vast future also. With a reliance on Providence all the more firm and earnest, let us proceed in the great task which events have devolved upon us.

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Abraham Lincoln quote about future from State of the Union Address (3 December 1861) - The struggle of to-day is not altogether for to-day; it is for a vast future also. With a reliance on Providence all the more firm and earnest, let us proceed in the great task which events have devolved upon us.
Abraham Lincoln quote about future from State of the Union Address (3 December 1861) - The struggle of to-day is not altogether for to-day; it is for a vast future also. With a reliance on Providence all the more firm and earnest, let us proceed in the great task which events have devolved upon us.
Abraham Lincoln quote about future from State of the Union Address (3 December 1861) - The struggle of to-day is not altogether for to-day; it is for a vast future also. With a reliance on Providence all the more firm and earnest, let us proceed in the great task which events have devolved upon us.
Abraham Lincoln quote about future from State of the Union Address (3 December 1861) - The struggle of to-day is not altogether for to-day; it is for a vast future also. With a reliance on Providence all the more firm and earnest, let us proceed in the great task which events have devolved upon us.