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Alternate Versions. Wis Heb , even what will take place through the free initiative of creatures" DS The mystery of divine Providence is deeply inscribed in the whole work of creation.
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As the expression of God's eternal wisdom, the plan of Providence precedes the work of creation. As the expression of his eternal power, it presides over it and puts it into effect. In a certain sense it can be said that Providence is realized in it. It is a transcendent Providence, but at the same time immanent in things, in all things. According to the text of the Council that we have read, this is valid especially in the order of creatures endowed with intelligence and free will. While comprising "mightily and disposing well" the whole of creation, Providence embraces in a particular way those creatures made in the image and likeness of God.
They enjoy, through the freedom granted to them by the Creator, "the autonomy of created beings," in the sense understood by the Second Vatican Council cf.
GS Created beings of a purely spiritual nature should be included within the sphere of these creatures. We shall speak about them later. They constitute the invisible world. In the visible world, man is the object of particular attention on the part of divine Providence. According to the teaching of Vatican II, man "is the only creature on earth which God has willed for itself" GS 24 , and it is precisely for this reason that "man The fact that the visible world is crowned by the creation of man, opens up before us completely new perspectives on the mystery of divine Providence.
That is indicated by the dogmatic statement of the First Vatican Council when it emphasizes that to the eyes of divine wisdom and knowledge all lies "bare" "open" , and in a certain sense naked-even what the rational creature does by virtue of his freedom.