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Sub-title: Do All Things Really Work for Good?
232 pp.
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R.C. Sproul

Every woman who has delivered a stillborn baby knows the devastation it brings to the heart.

Who can experience such a thing,” writes R. C. Sproul, “without crying to heaven and asking, ‘Why?’ It is normal to wonder where God is in such circumstances. It is where the rubber of human anguish meets the road of divine providence.”

“This book is an effort to face those issues and questions that arise with regard to God’s providence,” Sproul writes. “It is designed to look at the question of providence, not only from a doctrinal viewpoint, but chiefly from an examination of concrete experiences of the flesh-and-blood people whose lives and struggles are recorded for us in sacred Scripture.”

Sproul concludes: “The providence of God is our fortress, our shield, and our very great reward. It is what provides courage and perseverance for his saints.”

 

Table of Contents

1. Hard Providence
2. The Invisible Hand
3. Providence as Provision
4. The Cry Heard ‘Round the World
5. Everything Is Against Us?
6. Providence and Government
7. The Visible Hand
8. They Mystery of Providence and Concurrence
9. Joseph’s Technicolor Coat: A Profile of Concurrence
10. Primary and Secondary Causes
11. Providence and History
12. The Intersection of Redemptive and Secular History
13. Providence and the Church
14. To God Alone the Glory
15. Train Wreck
16. Providence and the Problem of Evil
17. All Things Work for Good
18. Providence and Miracles
19. Counterfeit Miracles
20. Providence and Prayer

Endorsements

Not since I read one of Sproul’s earlier books, The Holiness of God, has a book simultaneously shaken my soul and comforted it with the presence of God. . . . This is theology at its finest. It is truth for living."
—Rob Taylor

"Sproul does his usual workmanlike job of clarifying difficult topics and rendering them comprehensible to the lay reader. . . . The Invisible Hand throws welcome light on a neglected facet of God’s action and human experience."
—Christian Library Journal


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