contains 15 addresses that cover a wide array of topics, such as the joy to be found in the Holy Spirit, the life orented toward God, the act of surrender and faith, the unity between the life of the church and the life of the individual believer, and much more.
contains 12 studies on humility, a trait that Andrew Murray thinks should be the distinguishing feature of the discipleship of Christ.
“When we see that humility is something infinitely deeper than contrition, and accept it as our participation in the life of Jesus, we shall begin to learn that it is our true nobility, and that to prove it in being servants of all is the highest fulfillment of our destiny, as men created in the image of God.” In 12 meditations on Hebrews –25, Murray explores what it means to, with the power of Christ's redemption, enter in and dwell in the Father’s presence.
With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “holiness” or “John 15:1–2.” In 31 meditations on John 15:1–2, Andrew Murray explores what Jesus meant when he said “Abide in me.” Murray illuminates that command in connection with the Parable of the Vine and—step-by-step—uncovers how the promise-precept is meant for us, how surely grace is provided to enable us to obey it, how indispensible the experience of its blessing is to a healthy Christian life, and how fruitful the blessings are that flow from it.
Containing a month of daily meditations, this volume takes the reader through the Scriptures, noting the principal passages in which the word “perfect” occurs.
These devotionals serve as guidebooks for strengthening your knowledge and deepening your faith, and they’re perfect for personal or small-group study.
The Andrew Murray Collection also contains his in-depth study of the word “holiness”; and numerous sermons, essays, addresses, and more.Andrew Murray examines in what sense God uses the word so that it may mean to us what it means to Him.He traces the word through the most important passages of Scripture to learn what God’s holiness is, what ours is to be, and how we may attain it.With reverence and simple language, Murray guides the reader to a full understanding of this central message from the epistle to the Hebrews in these 12 meditations: were delivered at the opening and closing of the South African Keswick Mission of 1893.Andrew Murray was the president of the South African General Mission, and these addresses explore the nature of God's love and the heart of missionary work.All Sunday-school teachers and parents would do well to lay its lessons to heart. Murray is well known by the works on spiritual life he has published already, and these are worthily followed by these ' Thoughts for Christian Parents on the Consecration of the Home Life.' A concern for the church 100 years ago is still a concern for today: how does the church deal with the continual decline of church membership?