These are soul-stirring stories recording God’s miraculous power in the conversion of men as seen in mission work during the forty years these missionary warriors labored in China. The vivid pen-sketches titled “The Blind Chief” “The Idol Maker” and “The Gambler’s End” take the reader into the heart of Chinese village life. The triumphant accounts of God’s grace in the lives of “A Chinese Shakespeare” and “A Faithful Pastor” and the record of how the students were reached makes for vigorous and enheartening reading. The closing chapter contains a brief sketch of the famous Christian General, Marshall Feng Yu-hsiang. This companion volume to By My Spirit is rich with incidents from the lives of these two saints of God. We see, in reading such a volume as this, that we are still serving a miracle-working God.