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The Invisible Hand by R.C. Sproul

Divine providence ranks among the most significant doctrines for informing everyday Christian living. Sadly, however, it is also one of the most misunderstood doctrines in our day. This classic work by Dr. R.C. Sproul addresses this situation by providing a survey of the biblical teaching on the providence of God. With his trademark clarity, Dr. Sproul explores the many things that Scripture says about providence and how it intersects with human freedom. He helps us understand that everything truly does work together for good for God’s people because all is directed by God’s loving hand.

The Mystery of Providence by John Flavel

This beloved Puritan work on God’s providence remains vital reading for those who want to dig deeper into the Lord’s governing and preserving of all creation. It offers many practical expositions of the doctrine and how it comforts believers.

The Providence of God by Paul Helm

This advanced exposition of divine providence by one of the leading Reformed theologians and philosophers of our day is highly recommended for all who want to explore the philosophical issues raised and addressed by divine providence.

What Is Providence? by Derek W.H. Thomas

This booklet is a handy introduction to the doctrine of providence that can be used to review the basic biblical teaching on the subject, and it is a good resource to give to those who are new to the doctrine and to Reformed theology in general.

All Things for Good by Thomas Watson

This work by renowned Puritan author Thomas Watson assures us that because of God’s providence, we can be sure that all things work together for the good of God’s people. This book helps increase our confidence in the Lord’s good purposes.

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