A clergyman in England asked a dying Christian woman where she found the Saviour; and she gave him a piece of paper torn from an American journal
containing part of one of C.H. Spurgeon's sermons.
The scrap had been wrapped around a package that came to her from Australia The words of Spurgeon were read by her and were the means of leading her to Christ.
Commenting on this incident, a writer says, "Think of it; the sermon preached in England, printed in America, a part of it used as wrapping paper there, coming back to England, and being the means of converting this woman." What an encouragement there is in such an incident for those who preach the gospel by means of printer's ink! Tracts and religious papers have been
of God in the salvation of souls.