Taking as his theme Paul's phrase, ""All things are yours,"" the author undertakes to describe how this promise is possible of fulfillment through the power of the Holy Spirit. Development of the theme proceeds under the headings, ""Everything is Yours,"" ""The Ministries,"" ""The World,"" ""Life and Death,"" and ""Present or the Future."" The world, in the author's judgment, is rapidly slipping back into the condition that prevailed in the times of the early church, but if all were surrendered to the direction of the Spirit, the whole world would belong to Christ within a decade. Though apparently zealous on behalf of the Holy Spirit, the writer seems indiscriminate in his selection of illustrations and his point of view toward contemporary phenomenona, such as glossolalia, which claim to be manifestations of the activity of the Spirit. More discipline of thought would help the reader understand, perhaps, what the author really is trying to say.