Escape from pursuers
Acts 9:23–25 (ASV)
23And when many days were fulfilled, the Jews took counsel together to kill him: 24but their plot became known to Saul. And they watched the gates also day and night that they might kill him: 25but his disciples took him by night, and let him down through the wall, lowering him in a basket.
Dr. Baedeker was preaching on the subject of “The Bible” in Zurich, which was like issuing a challenge to skeptical university students. The unbelievers attended in order to deride and to mock, and an excited mob gathered outside the hall shouting, “We will fling him into the lake when he comes out!” But like the Apostle Paul's escape through an opening in the wall, Dr. Baedeker was able to safely slip out the back.
Having suffered terribly at a labour camp, Sarah Xianzhi needed to escape from China and though the "road-blocks" were many and daunting, God helped her escape the life-threatening persecution at home.
When a Muslim-Militia soldier who found Christ and forsook Islam was caught by the killer squad he used to lead; death by beating was all they planned for him. But as they began to beat him, he was able to escape in the most unlikely, yet amazing way.
John G. Paton shares two extraordinary stories of God showing up in a time or dire need. Savages from Tanna had twice attempted to kill Mr. Paton and fellow missionaries, yet twice, Jehovah provided an escape route for them.