Contemporary Christians know that God answers prayer and that praying is important, but most also wish their prayer life could be more effective. Murray instructs readers from Scripture and the life of Jesus that prayer is the root and strength of all work for God, that God intends to answer every prayer, and that prayer is meant to be a way of life. These thirty-one classic meditations, written in 1885, have been edited and clarified for new readers.
This beautifully packaged book of substance—Teach Me to Pray—is a collection of carefully-excerpted devotionals from the writings of Andrew Murray. Bringing together 180 selections from Murray’s writings, it addresses issues like the Holy Spirit, faith, obedience, love, and more. Text is lightly updated for ease of reading, and handsomely packaged for gift-giving.
About the Author
ANDREW MURRAY (1828-1917) is widely recognized as one of Christendom’s foremost authorities on prayer. The South African theologian wrote prolifically on the deeper spiritual life.
Jesus is still He who heals both soul and body. Salvation offers holiness and healing, and the Holy Spirit is willing to give us a manifestation of His power. When we ask why this divine power is not more often seen, the only biblical answer to be found is: “Because of your unbelief.”
Health as well as salvation is to be obtained by faith. The natural tendency of man is to bring about his salvation by his works, and it is only with difficulty that he comes to receive it by faith. But when it is a question of healing the body, he has still more difficulty grasping that truth. As to salvation, he finally accepts it because there is no other way to open the door of heaven. But for the body, he makes use of many other treatments. But happy is he who understands that it is the will of God to show the power of Jesus and to reveal to us His Fatherly love by healing physically as well as spiritually. By doing so, He increases and confirms our faith and teaches us that He demonstrates the power of redemption in the body as well as in the soul.
This book provides biblical clarity concerning divine healing, and supplies basic and applicable principles necessary to having faith concerning healing. The author makes it very clear that we are not healed based on who we are, but based on who Christ is.
When Jesus “made himself nothing…taking the nature of a servant,” He modelled for all believers true humility. Andrew Murray calls this “our true nobility” and “the distinguishing feature of discipleship.” With insightful, penetrating clarity, Murray calls all Christians to turn from pride, empty themselves, and study the character of Christ to be filled with His grace. Often called the best work on humility ever written, this edition has been edited for today’s reader.
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“Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.” (James 4:10)Is your walk with God stale? Are the same old things just not working as you seek intimacy and God’s power for you life?In this classic text by faith-great Andrew Murray, you will find refreshment for your spiritual journey and learn that humble dependence on God is the basis of all genuine blessing.For more than a hundred years, Murray’s works have reached the inner depths of the soul to change lives. In Humility, you willLearn to model your life after Jesus’ lifeDiscover the secret of dying to self and living for GodFind joy in serviceInvigorate your prayersAdd power to your witnessingBring your focus back to God and walk in His will as never before!”By humility and the fear of the LORD are riches, and honour, and life.” (Proverbs 22:4)
About the Author
South African pastor and author Andrew Murray (1828 1917) was an amazingly prolific writer. Murray began writing on the Christian life for his congregation as an extension of his local pastoral work, but he became internationally known for his books, such as With Christ in the School of Prayer and Abide in Christ, that searched men’s hearts and brought them into a deeper relationship with Christ. With intense purpose and zeal for the message of the gospel, Murray wrote numerous books even after his “retirement” at age seventy-eight.
I will put my trust in Him … Behold I and the children which God has given me – Hebrews 2:13
This book is different from most books on raising children. It is a plea for the parents to truly know and walk with God – for them to love God and His Word. In the correct order, focusing first on the parents, Andrew Murray then urges parents to sincerely and consistently love their children and in all tenderness and gentleness teach them as God also teaches us.
Children are a most precious gift that we receive from God, and they deserve our very best. Our faithful training will not be lost on our children; this is a promise found over and over again in the Scriptures. If our hearts are right towards God and our children, the world’s influence will not impact our children. We can and must exercise faith, so our children and our children’s children will be able to impact the world for Christ and inherit eternal blessings.
A few of the parenting topics covered in this book:
- What sin did to the family and how to redeem that which was lost.
- The distinct and also shared roles of fathers and mothers.
- How and why to teach children manners.
- How to show children the Scriptures in a way that takes root in the heart.
- How to teach with a quiet, gentle spirit, as God teaches us.
- How to intercede effectively in prayer for our children.
About the Author
Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was a well-known South African writer, teacher, and pastor. More than 2 million copies of his books have been sold, and his name is mentioned among the other great leaders of the past such as Charles Spurgeon, T. Austin-Sparks, George Muller, D.L. Moody, and more.
Writing to encourage believers, Murray desired that all Christians discover the abundant life in Christ available to those who pray fervently. Identifying prayerlessness as a serious sin of omission, he instructs sincere believers in how to be delivered from this sin and make prayer a priority, resulting in the blessing of renewed fellowship with Christ. Originally titled The Prayer Life, this devotional classic includes examples from the lives of the apostle Paul, George Müller, Hudson Taylor, and more.
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Table of contents:
- The sin of prayerlessness
- The cause of prayerlessness
- The fight against prayerlessness
- How to be delivered from prayerlessness
- How deliverance from prayerlessness might continue
- The blessing of victory
- The more abundant life
- The example of our Lord
- The Holy Spirit and prayer
- A proper knowledge of what sin is
- The holiness of God
- The importance of obedience
- The victorious life
- Suggestions for private prayer
- The use of time and the example of Paul
- Ministers of the Spirit
- Preaching and prayer
- “Follow Me”
- The Holy Trinity
- Life and Prayer
- Are we carnal or spiritual?
- Light from the inner room
- The Spirit of the Cross in our Lord
- The Spirit of the Cross in us
- We are crucified with Christ
- The Holy Spirit and the Cross
- The Cross in contrast to the flesh and the world
- The Spirit and the Cross
- Christ, our example
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