Far too much of the church in our day is marked by cheap grace, or easy-believism. The message given too often is, 'Come to Jesus, you don't have to change a thing.' But our Lord did not say that salvation was an easy thing; rather, He said that it was an impossible thing, as far as men are concerned (Matthew 19:26). Arthur Pink saw the danger of this kind of teaching, and wrote against it in his magazine 'Studies in the Scriptures' from 1931-1933. These articles were published in book form, and are presented here. As the author wrote: 'At no point does Satan use his cunning and power more tenaciously, and more successfully, than in getting people to believe that they have a saving faith when they have not.