The gemara in Shabbos (32) says that Rava would not cross a bridge that an aku"m was sitting on lest Hashem judge the aku"m at that moment and collapse the bridge taking him down as well.
We touched before on the concept of Hashgacha pratis here . I do not understand how you read this gemara if you adopt the Besht’s idea that Hashem directly supervises every action in the world down to the movement of a falling leaf. Why should Rava have been afraid? Wouldn’t hashgacha pratis has protected him from injury if he was not deserving of punishment at that moment?
My wife raised a different question from this same gemara on the Rambam. According to the Rambam there is hashgacha pratis on an individual level only for people closely connected to Hashem, otherwise everything is hashgacha klalis. So how could there be a din specific to an individual aku”m sitting on a bridge – isn’t that hashgacha pratis on a very specific level?