A. B. Simpson's classic commentary on the Gospels takes a four-pronged approach to the life, virtues and purpose of the Lord Jesus Christ. Firstly the book considers Christ's role as a savior of mankind. Simpson ably defines what salvation is, what its consequences are for believers, and how blessings are dispensed and received. The second chapter concerns the sanctification of Jesus Christ; the process through which he acquired rightful renown as a holy figure. Simpson is careful to define what does and does not constitute sanctity, dispelling several misconceptions in his lucid guidance. Thirdly Simpson examines the nature of Christ as a healer. Striking a contrast between the nature of curative medicine, and the nature of divine healing, we receive definitions of what divine healing is and is not. Lastly, the author turns to the Second Coming of Christ. What this impending event means for Christians and humanity, and how believers may anticipate and infer signs of Christ's return to Earth.