As someone whose degrees are focused on cross cultural ministry and missions, my training has caused me to continually look at the world through a cultural analysis lens. I see patterns in cultures, similarities and differences between cultures and subcultures.
One of the similarities is idioms, one could call them local proverbs, that convey a lesson, a bit of wisdom, or a perspective on life. Sometimes, the beginning of the saying can has a story or at least is motive to explore the history of a culture.
One saying in English speaking countries is "the devil is in the details". The saying is attributed to an architect who was expressing that the details of a plan that may appear as insignificant, could contain hidden problems. The saying has been used as a story punchline in some comedies where the devil tricks people by leaving out minute details about an agreement that results in the person bargaining with the devil coming up with a bad deal.
When we look through the working of God through the Bible, we find that a Biblical standard is "God is in the details". God is in the details because He has things worked out in HIs plan and His plan is unstoppable. There are times when our ignorance, our disobedience, the ill behavior of others, may seem at first to be a negative but God working in the details can, when He chooses to, to make such an occasion work in a positive manner for HIs plan.
We see that when Joseph was sold by his brothers; we see it when Amorite kings made an alliance whose army were like sand on the beach; we see it when to many who witnessed it, the lifting of Jesus on a cross seemed liked a defeat.
God is in the details and thus HIs plan, His people, His church will move forward.
have a blessed day