"Talks to Farmers" is an incredible collection of Spurgeon's sermons that use agricultural truths to preach spiritual realities. It is a compilation of some of the religious discourses he presented to farmers and agricultural laborers, with themes that will resonate with all devoted seekers. Using illustrations from rural settings, Spurgeon reveals the lessons one can learn by taking a closer look at nature. Within each chapter, he skilfully breaks down biblical legends, psalms, and passages through an agricultural lens to teach the readers the eternal spiritual truths and deepen their connection with Christ. He speaks highly of the farmers throughout the book for their hard work, ethics, and dedication to a complicated schedule every day. Throughout the book, Spurgeon shares the crucial life lessons he's learned. He talks about the significance of developing a healthy prayer life, how a practice of gratitude can change one's outlook on the world, what God's creation can teach about humanity, the power of observing nature, how God cares for humans, just as he cares for every creature on earth and many more. It is a hopeful, profitable read for every Christian.