In this captivating sermon, nineteenth-century preacher Charles Spurgeon urges believers to submit completely to the will of God. Why wouldn’t you, he argues, if you believe God is good, all-knowing, and wise? Spurgeon says that “‘No surrender’ is the stubborn sinner’s motto,” but the Christian must recognize the importance of humbling himself before God. After all, are we so proud to think we know better than God? Spurgeon asks.