Sorrow and suffering are unavoidable facts of life. But in our modern society they are so deeply feared that few of us ever think or talk seriously about them. Occasionally we may see someone show great faith in the face of severe trials, and yet never ask how that faith comes about. Behind a Frowning Providence talks openly about these things. It shows why faith is able to triumph in the face of all obstacles: it is focused on God's character and his promises to his people.
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Review 1 for Behind a Frowning Providence
Date:February 21, 2008
Excellent book. Very short, but packed with deep spiritual insight. It does a wonderful job of explaining the providence of God in our lives.
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Review 2 for Behind a Frowning Providence
Date:June 19, 2000
This brief book is a must for all who are interested in knowing God personally. I would place it right along side Packer's classic, Knowing God. The author, who speaks from sad experience, encourages us to trust God's goodness even in dark times. Again, I say this book is a must.