God's salvation for the ungodly, His unmerited grace
All of Grace quickly became Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s most read book after its printing in 1886. It remains so to this day. This study course draws the reader through a step-by-step revelation of the beauties of God’s salvation, all by grace through faith.
In the earlier sections Spurgeon lays out clearly how God justifies the ungodly. Then he deals with doubts and hindrances, so that the sincere reader is brought to a place of complete dependence upon a mighty, loving, and merciful God for his salvation from sin. The earnest seeker is brought to solid understanding of the gospel, and his responsibility to turn to God. The course is also useful to the experienced believer, in order to better communicate with others, and for much assurance and confidence in our God.
Materials: one paperback with separate study guide.
Lesson 1-2. God Justifies the Ungodly
Lesson 3-5. Deliverance through Saving Faith
Lesson 6-7. The Living Savior Does It All
Lesson 8. Repentance Must Go with Forgiveness
Lesson 9. Assurance, Confirmation, Perseverance
Lesson 10. A Final Appeal
Prerequisite: The course Look to Jesus (LTJ).
“The more I read All of Grace, the more I have come to understand what it means to fear the Lord. I never knew or felt what it was to fear God, and now I understand and feel it.” - Tennessee Colony, Texas
“I have benefited immeasurably from working through the penetrating questions posed in All of Grace. At this point, these lessons form the core of my instruction.” - South Sioux City, Nebraska
“Most of this I knew. But the method Spurgeon used is a beautiful miracle of God. It is one of the best books I’ve read besides the Bible.”