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"What hath God wrought" is a phrase from the Book of Numbers (Numbers 23:23) , and may refer to: "What hath God wrought", the official first Morse code ...

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Jun 22, 2017 ... It was a Bible verse: Numbers 23:23 “What hath God wrought!” Such a message today likely would be met with much criticism, but for most of ...

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Jul 20, 2010 ... https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/what-hath-god-wrought .... treats such universal topics as life, death, and the meaning of existence.

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What hath God wrought! is from the Book of Numbers–the 4th book of the Old Covenant: Surely there is no enchantment (sorcery) against Jacob, neither is there ...

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/what_hath_God_wrought

English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. Archaic form of the question "what has God done?", from the Bible, King James Version (Numbers 23:23).

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For the first transmissions, they used a quotation from the Bible, Numbers 23:23: " What hath God wrought." Morse, in the Capitol, sent the message to Vail at Mt.

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Definition of what hath God wrought in the Idioms Dictionary. what hath God wrought ... reform movements, and the meaning of democracy came under question.

https://www.fpri.org/article/2008/08/what-hath-god-wrought/

Aug 6, 2008 ... “It shall be said of Jacob and of Israel, What hath God wrought! ... science, literature too was saturated with religious meanings and motivations.

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what-hath-god-wrought definition: Interjection 1. (archaic) An expression of wonder and marvel at something.Origin Archaic form of the question, "what has God ...

https://kingsenglish.info/2011/03/23/what-hath-god-wrought/

Mar 23, 2011 ... “What hath God wrought” was the first message Samuel Morse ever tapped out on his new invention. And it's almost certainly that fact (more ...