“The special work of our ministry is to lay open Christ, to hold up the tapestry and unfold the mysteries of Christ. Let us labor therefore to be always speaking somewhat about Christ, or tending that way. When we :speak of the law, let it drive us to Christ; when of moral duties, let them teach us to walk worthy of Christ. Christ, or something tending to Christ, should be our theme, and mark to aim at.”
This quotation from Sibbs is one which was epitomized in the life and preaching of Spurgeon. ‘The Saint and His Savior’ is a supreme example of Spurgeon’s heart warming concern that we would learn of and experience the ways of Christ with HIS people. From the believers first meeting until “the ransomed of the Lord shall return” are described.
The Publishers are pleased to commend this book in the prayer that your experience will concur with the sub-title of this book, ‘The progress of the soul in the knowledge of Jesus’.
W H MMACKENZIE
Inverness April 1989.