In our youth-obsessed society, it sometimes seems as though older people have little of value to offer. This attitude to those who are older can all too easily infiltrate our own thinking, and we can begin to undervalue elderly saints and underestimate their contribution and the lessons that they can teach us. To this defective thinking, Scripture provides a vital antidote. The pages of the Bible are filled with examples of older saints whose service, rather than fading away in obscurity, reached its highest point in later years. This volume surveys the lives of two such sterling saints - Caleb, from the Old Testament and Simeon from the New. Though their lives, and the lessons that they can teach us, vary in many ways, they stand united as examples of men who lived lives devoted to God, whose devotion continued steadfast right to the end.