The pastor of Christ Methodist Church of New York is one of the most popular preachers of our day, having won a large and enthusiastic following not only among those who hear him from the pulpit but among the thousands who listen to him Sunday after Sunday over the radio. This new volume of his sermons reveals the reasons for such popularity. He has the gift of expressing old truths in a way which arrests attention and sticks in the . Neither profound nor scholarly, his sermons reveal a sensitivity to the meaning of Christian truth and its relevance for the life of man today. The present volume contain right sermons on the beatitudes, all pointing to the higher happiness, the deeper satisfaction that comes to those who make God the sovereign of their lives.