At ninety-three years of age, only three years before his death, E. H. Ijams began to meet with a small house fellowship of young adults in Memphis, TN. The location varied, but the logistics were the same. Different members of the group picked him up each evening at his home. He would be dressed perfectly in suit and tie– immaculate as always. His talks were transcribed from journal notes taken during those evening sessions. The purpose was as always: to transmit eternal ideas and raise important questions for young adults.
Questions about what is most important, timing, the rhythm of life, relationships, invisible power, wisdom, psychic phenomena, adaptability, war against powers of darkness, the knowledge of God, growing old, failure in life, dissipation, and true worship are explored. Ijams uses stories of real life characters to illustrate many of his point.