The purpose of this book is to make the way of salvation as plain as day to men, women, and children, with the expectation that many of those who read the book will see the way, will take it, will be saved at once, and will obtain eternal life.
If we will only make personal trial of the power of the Word of God, the power of the blood of Christ, the power of the Holy Spirit, the power of prayer, and the power of a surrendered life, then we will know the fullness of power in Christian life and service.
If anyone deserves to have our attention and our interest, that person is Jesus. He is more than a hero. If we are to take up our cross and follow Him, we must understand what that means and must see what that looks like.
Prayer is indeed the very pulse of the spiritual life. It is the great means of bringing to a pastor and the people the blessing and power of heaven. Persevering and believing prayer means a strong and abundant spiritual life.
When you wish to know something about godly living, where do you look? Is there a better place to look than to the men of the Bible? The Lord, in all His wisdom, left us with a wonderful textbook – the Holy Scriptures.
This little book by H. A. Ironside, in the format of a dialog between him and a Mormon missionary, brings to light some of the key differences between Mormons and Christians – differences so important, that it’s a matter of spiritual life and death.