Throughout the autobiography, Spurgeon records those aspects of life that only an autobiography can: his family circle, the daily labor behind his public works, and the feelings which led him to resist the reformation of the Faith of the Churches. Above all, he records his experiences of God's grace.
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- Bradley McKenzie
The life of Spurgeon speaks for itself. At times the humor is side-splitting. The anecdotes of his interaction with people are heart-warming and not infrequently bring tears to the eyes and evoke a prayer from the lips. The book is masterfully read, especially when quotations were rendered with appropriate accents, vocal timbres and inflections.