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The Invisible Hand

by R. C. Sproul

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Do all things work together for good? In this thought-provoking book, acclaimed theologian R.C. Sproul explains the difficult concept of God's providence, illustrating through both scripture and story how God guides our universe.
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To Maureen and Dave Buchman, who bring joy out of sorrow and order out of chaos.
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I had just pulled my car into the garage and stepped out of it when the door to the kitchen opened and my daughter, Sherrie, appeared.
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