C.H. Spurgeon loved Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. He tells us in this book that he had read it more than 100 times. Drawn largely from short addresses given at the Metropolitan Tabernacle Prayer Meetings, these chapters comment on and apply the key incidents from Pilgrim’s Progress in a very practical way. Spurgeon urges his readers to share and learn from the experiences of Christian as he journeys to the Celestial City. Recommended reading for all readers, but young Christians will find it particularly helpful in ‘unlocking’ the meaning of the original allegory.