Charles Spurgeon on the Providence of God

Posted by Tony Konvalin | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, June 1, 2015 at 5:14 AM

“The Lord's wisdom is seen in arranging the smallest events so as to produce great results. We frequently hear people say of a pleasant or a great event, "What a providence! This is the finger of God!"  while they are silent as to anything which appears less important, or has an unpleasant savor.  But, my brethren, the place of the gorse upon the heath is as fixed as the station of a king, and the dust which is raised by a chariot-wheel is as surely steered by providence as the planet in its orbit. There is as much providence in the creeping of an aphis upon a rose leaf as in the marching »f an army to ravage a continent. Everything, the most minute as well as the most magnificent, is ordered by the Lord who has prepared his throne in the heavens, whose kingdom ruleth over all. The history before us furnishes proof of this.”

Charles Spurgeon


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