Man’s apparently inconsequential decisions are appointed by God and used to achieve His purposes—even in the tiny, mundane details. Because King Ahasuerus couldn’t sleep, he had the chronicles of his kingdom read aloud to him. Haman was thus forced to honor Mordecai, the Jew whom he disdained and planned to kill. Alistair Begg reminds us that even sinful, foolish, or flippant behavior can be shaped by our trustworthy God to bring about His eternal plan.
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