His Workmanship


By J. Eustace Mills



This book is largely a result of conversations upon eternal things, held with various people. Conversations that have revealed a longing desire in many hearts to find some rest and assurance as to the future, some alleviation from the fear that comes in the contemplation of that inavertible end to this life, some deep peace which all that is esteemed fair and desirable in this world has failed to impart.

The most careless and seemingly indifferent people have, in quiet moments, serious thoughts, these thoughts may not be expressed or even admitted to others, but that they exist and demand an answer is a fact few will deny.