This delightful exposition of John 13 to 17 is the fruit of messages delivered to his congregation by Charles Ross (1831-1892), a Scottish minister in the Free Church and a contemporary of Robert Murray M’Cheyne. Beginning with the Saviour washing the disciples’ feet and concluding with the His high priestly prayer, the heart of the Lord Jesus Christ is revealed in His concern for His disciples. We hear the gracious words that they first heard in the upper room and the comfort and challenge they brought to them are ours too. Each section is simply explained with applications for both the Christian and the unbeliever. Very satisfying devotional reading for all.