Andrew Murray (1828 – 1917) was a South African writer, educationist and Christian pastor. Over the years he has influenced many, including Jessie Penn-Lewis a key figure in the 1904-1905 Welsh Revival. Murray authored over 240 books.
With other addresses. One of Murray’s best known works.
Murray says: “The publication of this work may be regarded as a testimony of my faith in divine healing. After being stopped for more than two years in the exercise of my ministry, I was healed by the mercy of God.”
A month of practical exercises to take you deeper in prayer.
A revision of two addresses, which originally appeared in the South African Pioneer, the organ of the “Cape General Mission”.
“A little book on the Image of our blessed Lord, and the likeness to Him to which we are called.”
These papers were in substance delivered by the author in a series of addresses at the Northfield Conference of 1895, but later rewritten and revised by him for this permanent and authorized publication.
The missionary problem is a personal problem – every believer should be a soul winner.
Written for young disciples who have but recently chosen Christ.
And the Lord said, “Men ought always to pray, and not to faint…”
Some of the chief lessons to be learnt in Christ’s school of obedience. The Father in heaven requires that every child of His yield Him whole-hearted obedience, day by day. To enable His child to do this, He has made sufficient provision in the promise of the New Covenant, and in the gift of His Son and Spirit.
The two covenants and the second blessing.
“Lord teach us to pray.”
The kingdom of God is within you.