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By Andrew Murray (). First published in This edition, Chicago: Moody Press. Rights: Public Domain aracer.mobi Scanned and corrected by. Note: In Scripture references Murray used Roman numerals. For the sake of the modern reader, ANDREW MURRAY. NEW YORK CHICAGO TORONTO. Andrew Murray's first published books dealt with the urgent question of the training [From The Life of Andrew Murray of South Africa by J. Du Plessis, Marshall.

Murray had an incredible Christian heritage growing up. His father was a Dutch Reformed minister who weekly read revival accounts to his family, and prayed regularly for revival to come to South Africa. Missionaries traveled through constantly, including David Livingston. In , when Murray was ten, he and his brother John went to study in Scotland. They went to train with their uncle, the Rev. John Murray. In the spring of the revivalist William C. Burns came and spoke in Aberdeen, Scotland. Burns made a deep impression Andrew. He was staying at his uncle's house and they spent long evenings sharing about the work of God. Burns had been instrumental in the great Kilsyth Revival of

I want to show how this life will reveal itself in our daily walk and conduct. Under the Old Testament you know the Holy Spirit often came upon men as a div If I want good apples, I must have a good apple tree.

If I care for the health of the apple tree, the apple tree will give me good apples. And it is just so with our Chri He said this not only at the first calling of the apostles, but also later on to Peter: 'Henceforth thou shal A holiness revival! What was the great evangelistic revival in England through Whitefield and Wesley but this?

They had together at Oxford been members of the "Holy Club". With their whole heart they had sought deliverance from the guilt of sin, but als And I will put my Spirit within you. GOD has revealed Himself in two great dispensations.

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In the Old we have the, time of promise and preparation, in the New th How many sad hearts will make a vow of renewed consecration to God and will pray for a new revelation of God as January arrives?

In order to understand what such a recommitme You may be praising God for the way in which he has stirred up interest in missions in recent years, and I praise God with you.

But we need to take care that thi And for this there will be needed a new style of preaching in which the promises When Christ had finished his work on earth, and went to heaven to carry it on there, he spoke of two powers to whom the continuation of the work on earth was to be committed.

He spoke of the Holy Sp Whosoever abideth in Him sinneth not" I John ,6. It is sin that is the cause of ou The first is in the wood.

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The graft shoots its little roots and fibers down into the stem, and the stem gro Our abode, the home of our soul, is to be the love of Christ. We are to live our life there, to be at h One sort of pears or apples must be used at once; another sort can be kept over till next year And he sent messengers to Ahab king of Israel into the cit EVERY teacher knows the power of example.

He not only tells the child what to do and how to do it, but shows him how it really can be done. In condescension to The G All things are of him God created him that he might, in creaturely nature and form, show forth the nature of his divine and invisible glory.

God created man with the one object that in and through man he might live You experienced that His word was truth; all His promises He fulfilled; He made you a partaker of the blessings and the joy of His love. His welcome was heartfelt, His pardon full You doubtless have never repent Blessed Lord, enlighten our eyes to see aright the glory of this wondrous word. To have life in Himself is the prerogative of God alone, and of the Son, to whom the Father hath also given it. To seek life, not in itself, but in God, is the highest honour of the cr Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; and ye shall find rest to your souls -MATT.

Simple thoug You know the mark of Israel's life in the wilderness-the cause of all their troubles there-was unbelief. When Christ had finished his work on earth, and went to heaven to carry it on there, he spoke of two powers to whom the continuation of the work on earth was to be committed. He spoke of the Holy Sp Whosoever abideth in Him sinneth not" I John 3: It is sin that is the cause of ou Sterrenberg, the great truth about the cross is expressed in simple and powerful words.

What a sol Each kingdom has its animating spirit, in which its strength lies, by which all it does is guided, and through which it holds rule among men. Everything w The first is in the wood. The graft shoots its little roots and fibers down into the stem, and the stem gro Our abode, the home of our soul, is to be the love of Christ.

We are to live our life there, to be at h One sort of pears or apples must be used at once; another sort can be kept over till next year And he sent messengers to Ahab king of Israel into the cit Our Father which art in heaven.

EVERY teacher knows the power of example. He not only tells the child what to do and how to do it, but shows him how it really can be done.

Andrew Murray

In condescension to The G All things are of him God created him that he might, in creaturely nature and form, show forth the nature of his divine and invisible glory. God created man with the one object that in and through man he might live You experienced that His word was truth; all His promises He fulfilled; He made you a partaker of the blessings and the joy of His love.

His welcome was heartfelt, His pardon full You doubtless have never repent Blessed Lord, enlighten our eyes to see aright the glory of this wondrous word. To have life in Himself is the prerogative of God alone, and of the Son, to whom the Father hath also given it.

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