The object of this book is the salvation of the reader
This 128 paged book that’s about 8 inches long is one that I would call a pocket dynamite. It fits in the back pocket of my jeans but has contents that would last forever.
In All of Grace, Spurgeon tackled the essentials of faith. He explains in detail, and in old english, the truths on justification and our nothingness.
Spurgeon concentrates on the technicalities or what happens in the background throughout salvation. It will give you a solid idea on what Justification is and an understanding on Faith and Grace.
One chapter in particular that made me weep as I understood the gravity of it was on Man’s Nothingness. It’s the 11th chapter that he entitled as I Can Do Nothing!. It will give you an understanding on Romans chapter 5.
It contains 20 short, concrete and straightforward chapters that goes from Justification to Preservation. It won’t leave you hanging as a perfect conclusion was written towards the end.
If you would like to see and understand God’s grace, then I would highly suggest you to read this book. I’d probably suggest that you’d get to pickup a more modern translation as I endured thee, thy, and all the -est from this guy.
The Lord does, in fact, produce the new birth in all who believe in Jesus, and their believing is the surest evidence that they are born again. - C.H. Spurgeon