Did the invisible hand of God fashion the United States? Is this Hand still active today? While most Americans know the story of how the United States won its independence, many are unaware of George Washington s passionate assertion that God was intrinsically involved in the nation s founding. No people can be bound to acknowledge and adore the Invisible Hand which conducts the affairs of men more than those of the United States. Every step by which they have advanced to the character of an independent nation seems to have been distinguished by some token of providential agency. George Washington Washington s belief about the many signs, mercies, and favorable interventions of God during the founding of America inspired Visibly Struck, a mesmerizing novel based on the true experiences of George Washington and his faith in the invisible hand of God protecting him and fashioning the country. Visibly Struck gives the reader a new and inspiring way of thinking about the founding of the United States. Joe Calloway, author of Be the Best at What Matters Most An unprecedented examination of the steps and guiding forces behind perhaps the greatest of our founding fathers. This book should be required reading for all. Robert Dickie, President, Crown Entertaining as well as enlightening, Visibly Struck captures the attention and won t let go a must read for anyone interested in a fact-based account intertwining the faith and history that fundamentally shapes the American spirit. Orneita Burton, Associate Professor at Abilene Christian University This book could very well be instrumental in bringing people back to their faith. Barry Owen, Life Rhythm Advocate, Founder and Principal Broker at Pareto Realty, LLC Terrific read I was entertained, enlightened, and inspired. Dave Gillogly, retired President/COO Express Personnel Services Visibly Struck is a supernatural journey and personal discovery of the signs, mercies, and divine interventions that George Washington saw. Stephen Spitzen, a twenty-first century man who doubts God s goodness and His presence in the founding of the United States, embarks on an unforeseen and mysterious journey that providentially opens windows into George Washington s life from Great Meadows to Monmouth to Yorktown to the inauguration, and at each place he sees God s invisible hand at work. Will the many signs, mercies, and instances of divine intervention that Spitz sees finally convince him that God established America and still today actively works in all things for good? "