DDIU

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Without losing its sense of mystery, God's will could also be seen as a moral, compassionate force, a more clearly orthodox construction connected to providence and associated intimately with divine grace, "la grazia di Ddiu." Providence in this sense is the bestowal of God's benificent will, in essence, a sort of Christian Fortuna; la grazia di Ddiu refers to the free and unmerited favour of God, a quality of mercy proceeding from God and bestowed concretely in the form of blessings, grazie (health, employment, miraculous healing, a good marriage, a good harvest, etc.).
(53.) "[B]isogna aggiungere una sentenza tutta cristiana di coloro che non credono a Sorte, a Fortuna o ad altro essere mitico: La Sorti la reggi Ddiu." Pitre', Usi e Costumi, Vol.
(54.) The point is clearly made in the expression, "Sorti manna Ddiu, ca' lu sapiri servi a nenti" [Destiny is sent by God, as wisdom/knowledge amounts to nothing].