“Meet me in heaven” is Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s invitation in All of Grace—a clear, simple explanation of God’s absolutely free gift of salvation.
The great Baptist pastor, known as “the prince of preachers,” ministered in the first megachurch—London’s six-thousand-person capacity Metropolitan Tabernacle—from 1861 until his death in 1892. He left behind a vast body of sermons—some thirty-five hundred in sixty-three volumes—as well as several books, including All of Grace.
Said to be Spurgeon’s best-selling book, All of Grace originally carried the subtitle “An Earnest Word with Those Who Are Seeking Salvation by the Lord Jesus Christ.” As with all of Spurgeon’s writings, it is simple, direct, and very personal, and it explains that God’s gift of salvation is available to everyone.
All of Grace was a relatively brief book, so this edition is complete and unabridged. The text has been lightly updated for the ease of today’s reader, and scripture quotations have been rendered in the New King James Version of the Bible.
This newly-typeset volume is sure to encourage believers and seekers alike. Read on and take up Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s invitation to “meet me in heaven.”
Charles Spurgeon, All of Grace: Know That God’s Gift of Salvation Is Absolutely Free and Available to Everyone (Uhrichsville, OH: Barbour Books, 2014).