"حسبنا الله ونِعمَ الوكيل" I can't come up with a logical meaning, nor with a translation of this expression... The text in which I ve found it deals with a poor man who lost his job during war and who, out of despair, decides to sell fruits and vegetables on a little square kindly lend by his stepfather. The business starts working and Habib, that is his name, keeps woking and selling his goods "بخوف الله"... Then, as the neighbors address to him saying "حسبكَ الله، ونعم الوكيل", he answers "حسبنا الله، ونعم الوكيل". Any idea? Thanks for your help!