Why are there rich and poor people in the world? How does God deal with national sins?
What brings national prosperity? What should be the nature of our relation to secular authorities?
What is our duty, if any, towards the Jewish people?
Despite being asked nearly two centuries ago, these questions are relevant for us today as much as they were then. McCaul addresses each of them, and many other questions, in fourteen fascinating sermons given by him on different occasions, and assembled into this book. All the sermons begin by unfolding the Biblical truth concerning the subject of discussion, and conclude with some practical applications derived from it.