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.