Scattered throughout the New Testament are accounts of both men and women who either embraced Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior or rejected Him altogether.
Here in one volume are thirty-eight classic sermons by Charles Hadden Spurgeon, "the prince of preachers," on male and female characters of the New Testament.
Spurgeon's analytical character studies and powerful narrative will help readers in their quest to unearth key biblical principles that comprise the legacy left to us by the men and women who shaped our spiritual heritage.
Both unnamed characters (the woman of Samaria, the woman of Canaan, Pilate's wife, etc.) as well as prominent characters (John the Baptist, Mary the Mother of Jesus, Paul, Timothy, etc.) make up the subject matter of this noteworthy collection of sermons.