infinitely wise

See: omniscient
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They floundered and gibbered and mowed at his feet, lord of life and death that he was, infinitely wise as he had so often proved himself, as he had this time proved himself again.
I considered that this was the station of life the infinitely wise and good providence of God had determined for me; that as I could not foresee what the ends of Divine wisdom might be in all this, so I was not to dispute His sovereignty; who, as I was His creature, had an undoubted right, by creation, to govern and dispose of me absolutely as He thought fit; and who, as I was a creature that had offended Him, had likewise a judicial right to condemn me to what punishment He thought fit; and that it was my part to submit to bear His indignation, because I had sinned against Him.
According to the Church, God who is infinitely wise and powerful gave men a way to avail of His Body and Blood even in this day and age.
If I am on my game this exchange can have the desired effect of creating a "teachable moment," or at least one where I have an opportunity to think I am offering something infinitely wise.
The infinitely wise Prudencio (Bernardo Bernardo) tries the compassionate approach.
Understandably we see our homes as safe havens, but sometimes we close the door, relax,and safety seems to go out of the window,'' says the infinitely wise Roger Vincent, of RoSPA.
As Locke puts it, "Men being all the workmanship of one omnipotent and infinitely wise maker, all the servants of one sovereign master.
Once again, our infinitely wise City Council members are proving they are experts at wasting the taxpayers' money.
For example, the argument in chapter II, section 6, of the Second Treatise, according to which human beings are the "workmanship of one omnipotent, and infinitely wise maker" and thus obliged not to destroy themselves or any other person, is very difficult to reconcile with the argument in chapter V, section 27, according to which "man has a property in his own person.
Someone has said that each man forms his God according to his image and likeness Notwithstanding, I dare to believe Him infinitely wise, powerful, good.
I'm surprised we have anybody out there," a bemused Cook was remarking May 25, speaking the afternoon after an ecstatic (if by no means full) house had risen to its feet to applaud a show that, if anything, seems even more infinitely wise in London than it did in April at Lincoln Center.