No, I just used it for emphasis. I believe that everything temporal has a cause. If something or Someone is eternal, they don't need a cause. What if the "unseen hand" in your example gave His creations the freedom of choice? He'd still be the final moral authority, but all His creations would be free to decide how they wanted to live up to that point. Free will doesn't equal an absence of ultimate accountability, or a lack of consequences; it simply means being able to consciously choose.