John Milton about God (“Paradise Lost”, 1667) - Immediate are the acts of God, more swift than time or motion, but to human ears cannot without process of speech be told, so told as earthly notion can receive.
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Immediate are the acts of God, more swift than time or motion, but to human ears cannot without process of speech be told, so told as earthly notion can receive.
 John MiltonParadise Lost (1667). copy citation

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