Divine Guidance-Part 10

Posted By on Friday, June 17, 2016

6. What may be said of divine providence in the light of:(1) Matt. 5:44-45? That the providence of God is exercised unconditionally, i. e., without requiring anything by man as a condition for that exercise, Matt. 5:45(2) 2 Kings 18:4-7? That the providence of God is exercised conditionally, i. e., contingent on the meeting of certain conditions by man, 2 Chron. 26:5

7. Point out examples of the power of the providence of God from:(1) 1 Kings 22:29-37 – The arrow at a venture (by chance)(2) Esther 2:21-6:13 – The promotion of Mordecai from the king’s gate to the office of prime minister, Esther 10:1-3(3) Esther 6:14-7:10 – The hanging of Haman on the gallows made for Mordecai, an example of Prov. 26:27