Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) is renowned as a preacher, addressing vast congregations at the Metropolitan Tabernacle and seeing huge numbers of conversions. His passion for evangelism and the winning of souls is clearly seen in this work, just as it permeated all of his sermons. This compilation of addresses is calculated to inspire preachers, Sunday School teachers and all believers with the same desire to be winners of souls.
Spurgeon hints that the art of soul-winning was in decline in his day; how much more in ours? This book should inspire a new generation to become fishers of men.