Gregg Bing - March 12, 2023

God's Providential Will

The Will of God

God works out His eternal purpose not only according to His own determined purpose (will), but also according to His foreknowledge of all that will happen. We look at three examples of God's providential will at work in: the preservation of the family of Israel when Joseph is sold into slavery and taken to Egypt; the saving of God's people, Israel, from the decree of the wicked Haman in the book of Esther; and the choice of Judas Iscariot, the one who would betray Jesus, to be one of the twelve apostles.

Scripture References: Acts 2:22-24, Psalms 139:1-6, Genesis 45:5-8, Esther 4:14, John 6:64-71, John 13:18, Mark 14:21

From Series: "The Will of God"

A brief series of lessons looking at the sovereignty of God, but focusing on the fact that there are different aspects to the will of God: His permissive will, His determined will, His providential will, and His desired will.

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