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He who does not take the step of faith and enter upon the road to heaven will perish. It will be an awful thing to die close to yet outside the gate of life. Almost saved, but altogether lost! This is the most terrible of positions. A man just outside Noah’s ark would have drowned; a murderer close to the wall of the city of refuge, but outside of it, would be slain; and the man who is within a yard of Christ but has not trusted him will be lost.

Therefore, I am in terrible earnest to get my hesitating friends over the threshold. Come in! Come in! is my pressing plea. Why dost thou stand outside? is my solemn inquiry (Genesis 24:31). May the Holy Spirit render my pleadings effective with many who listen to this! May he cause his own almighty power to create faith in the soul at once.

If God blesses this book to you, do the writer this favor - either lend your own copy to someone who is lingering at the gate or buy another and give it away, for his great desire is that this little volume should be of service to many thousands of souls.  

To God this book is commended, for without his grace nothing will come of all that is written.

About the Author

Charles Haddon (C. H.) Spurgeon (1834-1892) was a British baptist preacher. He started preaching at the age of 17 and quickly became famous. He is still known as the “prince of preachers” and frequently had more than 10,000 people present to hear him preach at the Metropolitan Tabernacle in London. His sermons were printed in newspapers, translated into many languages, and published in many books.

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  • Ruby Spinner
  • 13-09-20

Narration does not keep pace with the book.

The sermon is excellent. Spurgeon really was a prince of Preachers. The narrator is good. He has the right tone, inflection, and style for this type of work, a historic sermon. The narrative, however, does not keep pace with the book. I'm afflicted with ADHD, and am finding age affecting my vision. The best solution is to listen and read at the same time. Immersion into a book this way is highly effective, because you're distracted by paying attention. You can't read this and listen at the same time, so if that makes a difference for you, buy either the Audible version, or the book. If you get both, don't use them at the same time and expect good results, because there just doesn't seem a speed of reading where they work together.

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