Everywhere? Can you provide examples? I don't think of "wrought" as at all common.I can see "What have we wrought?" being used everywhere and it seems to be quite a common sentence.
Hi xqby,Everywhere? Can you provide examples? I don't think of "wrought" as at all common.
It would probably mean something like "done" or "made," yes, but it's hard to say without context.
The meaning provided above is correct. "What hath God wrought" was the first sentence transmitted in 1844 by Samuel Morse when he invented the telegraph. I don't know why it would be particularly popular now.
as compared to the Contemporary English VersionSurely there is no enchantment against Jacob, neither is there any divination against Israel: according to this time it shall be said of Jacob and of Israel, What hath God wrought!
No magic charms can work against them – just look what God has done for his people.