Each of these "Unspoken" sermons intensively deals with difficult Bible verses. I have been blessed with new insights each time I have read one of them. The sermon titles are phrases describing the verses to be examined. The concepts taught in the verses are thoroughly discussed, ending with an emphatic restatement of the title. This is immediately followed by an implied "but" and statement of the next sermon's title. The sermon subjects are arranged in a logical order enabling each to stand by itself while drawing the reader into the the following sermon.
The writer, George MacDonald (1824-1905), was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. He was one of the most respected authors of his generation in 19th century Scotland. MacDonald was the mentor of fellow writer Lewis Carroll. C. S. Lewis regarded MacDonald, who lived a century before him, as his "master." Lewis wrote,"I know hardly any other writer who seems to be closer, or more continually close, to the Spirit of Christ Himself." MacDonald's writings have been cited as a major literary influence by many other notable authors including W. H. Auden, J. R. R. Tolkien, Christian author Oswald Chambers and Walter de la Mare. G. K. Chesterton said one of MacDonald's books "made a difference to my whole existence." Even Mark Twain, who initially disliked MacDonald, became friends with him.
I recommend these delightful and uplifting "sermons" to every Bible lover and truth seeker.