Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) pastored the Metropolitan Tabernacle in south London for many years. Thousands were converted under his ministry, many of whom experienced the problems in seeking the Lord that are described in this little book. He shows that God’s promise of salvation is absolutely trustworthy and that we have only to take Him at His word. Difficulties in seeking salvation are invariably in our approach and Spurgeon deals with these problems sympathetically. Pastors and Christian workers will learn from Spurgeon’s approach and his compelling illustrations make it suitable for recommending to concerned souls even today.