Someone gave me a book again and put a mini-clothes peg in the chapter they felt I must read. It is entitled 'Instruction in Soul-winning':
"The fact is, the day is very dark. The heavens are lowering with heavy thunder-clouds. Men little dream of what tempests may soon shake that city, and the whole social fabric of this land, even the general break up of society. So dark may the night become that the stars may seem to fall like blighted fruit from the tree. The times are evil. Now, if never before, every glow-worm must show its spark. You with the tiniest farthing candle must take it from under the bushel, and set it on a candlestick. There is need of all of you."
Advice on effective evangelism
Charles Spurgeon, Page 219