It is a striking fact that in Paul's writings great doctrinal exposition always leads to clear, demanding and practical calls to personal holiness and growth in Christian wisdom and character. Nowhere is this more clearly illustrated than in Ephesians 4.17-5.17. Yet it is precisely at this point that so many Christians fall short of the balance of Scripture â€“ either by emphasising doctrine without spelling out its implications for practical Christian living or vice versa. It is hear that Dr Lloyd-Jones was regarded as a master, perhaps without parallel in the Twentieth century. Darkness and Light demonstrates why this preaching was so greatly appreciated for its faithfulness to apostolic doctrine and practice. Magnificent exposition, it is also a handbook to living the Christian life. This volume is the fifth in a series of eight volumes.