This book rewards the reader in numerous ways. It is part historical theology, part systematic theology, part biblical theology, and part spiritual biography. With great acumen it distills the two major works of William Symington into easily digestible portions. But this work doesn't simply nourish the mind; it also nourishes the soul because it unfolds the reality of the twin glories of Christ's atoning work and boundless kingship. Finally, this book reminds us that doctrine must be lived by implicitly challenging us to follow in the faithful footsteps of men like William Symington and Roy Blackwood by seeking first the kingdom of God in every realm of our lives.