This is the first installment of Second Segment for this particular series. In this portion, we will step up the pace and move steadily upwards; these next few works will strengthen you, sharpen your vision and present you with issues, which must be resolved and required tasks to be achieved. This particular work is comprised of three different authors, from three different countries and times, and yet place together create a synergy, which could not be dismissed nor denied its rightful place within a serious pilgrim's library. Henry Scougal, Fredrick Meyer and Jacobe Boheme have each written quite extensively regarding the spiritual matters, these three selections are a mere sapling of each author's endeavor to facilitate those around them who required intervention. Given the bevy of works by each member, for our intent and purpose, there is no better cadre of assembled members nor a better selection of their treatises to equip the ascent of the pilgrim.