by J. C. Ryle
This is a series of remarkably direct and pungent papers on the great truths of salvation by and Evangelical Clergyman of the Church of England. There are diversities of gifts but the same Spirit. The style of address is earnest, hortatory, and familiar, in striking contrast with the stately, polished, aesthetic forms, commonly regarded as characteristic of the Church of England. We cannot better convey to our readers as impression of the character and style of the volume, than by saying it resembles closely the characteristic peculiarities of the most pungent modern religious tracts.
Table of Contents
Living or Dead?: You hath He quickened who were dead.
Consider Your Ways: God is my record how greatly I long after you all
Are You Forgiven?: Your sins are forgiven you
Are You Holy?: Holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord
Only One Way: Neither is there salvation in any other...
Christ and the Two Thieves: And one of the malefactors which were hanged railed on Him...
Faith's Choice: By faith Moses, when he was come to years...
Remember Lot: He lingered.