In the first chapter Wigglesworth tells us that God "can plan for you, and when He plans for you, all is peace." In terms of mercy, he adds "the Lord was full of compassion. If He marked our sins, where would any of us be?" Faith and love are linked in this chapter. Logically flowing from the first chapter on faith, the second one addresses capturing one's thoughts. He writes "the devil knows that if he can capture your thought life, he has won a mighty victory over you." Wigglesworth reminds us that the ministry of Jesus did not end when He returned to the Father, but He continues working through those indwelt by Him. He goes back to the point he made in the first chapter, reminding us that God never fails to plan the best things for us. Faith is a consistent theme throughout the book. On page 46 he writes "faith is the open door through which the Lord comes." There's an excellent section on intercessory prayer in the middle portion of the book. In terms of God's ways being unlimited, Wigglesworth phrases it "God has a million ways of undertaking for those who go to Him for help" (p. 59). So many powerful insights fill this book. It's a challenge to hit the high points, but another focused quote that brings out a poignant truth is "there is one thing certain: there is no such thing as seeking without finding" (p. 63). This book will make a powerfully positive difference in the life of anyone who reads it with a seeking heart.