FIRST THINGS FIRST

First Things First by Charles H. Spurgeon.

On Monday evening, Sept. 28, [1885] at the request of the Committee of the London Banks' Prayer Union, and under the presidency of the Bight Hon. the Lord Mayor, Sir R. N. Fowler, Bart, M.P., Mr. Spurgeon delivered an address at the Egyptian Hall, Mansion House, which was crowded with gentlemen. The address has been published, at one penny, under the title of "First Things First." It can be obtained of Messrs. Passmore and Alabaster, 4, Paternoster Buildings, B.C., or through any bookseller. These addresses to City men afford grand opportunities; it remains for the people of God to pray down a blessing upon them.—The Sword and the Trowel, Nov. 1885.