Counsel (prop. עֵצָה, etsah', βουλή). Beside the common signification of this word, as denoting the consultations of men, it is used in Scripture for the decrees of God, the orders of his providence. God frustrates the counsels, the views, the designs of princes; but "the counsels of the Lord stand for ever" (Ps 33:11; Ps 107:11; Lu 7:30). SEE DECREE (OF GOD),

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Definition of counsel

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