The Andrew Murray Daily Reader in Today's Language

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Baker Books, Jan 1, 2005 - Religion - 384 pages
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For longtime readers of Andrew Murray's books as well as those new to his work, this book will become a beloved classic devotional. With 365 undated readings, it can be started anytime during the year. The meditations draw selections from Murray's most beloved books including Humility, Absolute Surrender, Abiding in Christ, and many more. This 19th-century writer speaks to today's reader as clearly as he did to his audience a century ago.
 

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Contents

Abide As Christ Abides in the Father
Everything Must Be Sacrificed for
The Promise of the Covenant
Worship in the Spirit
The Cure for Unbelief
Sanctification
As the Branch in the Vine
The Relationship of Prayer and Love
The Power of Food
At This Moment
The Prayers of Many
Continuing Deliverance From Prayerlessness
The Model Prayer
The Seal of the Spirit
Is Prayerlessness Sin?
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Andrew Murray was born in South Africa in 1828. After receiving his education in Scotland and Holland, he spent many years in Africa as both pastor and missionary. He wrote some of the most enduring classics of Christian devotional literature including Humility and Absolute Surrender.

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