The providence of God is given by hands of love and goodness, and it is the antidote to all fears, both large and small. The love and goodness in action in the life of an individual sustain and preserve the life. We are to watch the direction of the hands, to move when we are told to, and to wait when we have to.
In the Hands of Providence presents a collection of six of Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s sermons, biographical in nature and associated with the subject of providence. The sermons have been adjusted for easier reading, with long paragraphs divided and pronouns used for the Trinity capitalized. These sermons encourage us to admire God’s hand in the lives of His servants and trace His goodness and enabling in our own lives, reflecting on His love in action.