ABSOLUTE SURRENDER by Andrew Murray

Absolute Surrender

By

Andrew Murray

(1828-1917)

Table of Contents

1.  Absolute Surrender

2.  “The Fruit Of The Spirit Is Love “

3.  Separated Unto The Holy Spirit

4.  Peter’s Repentance

5.  “Impossible With Man, Possible With God “

6.  “O Wretched Man That I Am! “

7.  “Having Begun In The Spirit “

8.  Kept By The Power Of God

9.  “Ye Are The Branches “

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was an amazingly prolific Christian author. He lived and ministered as both a pastor and a writer from the towns and villages of South Africa. All of his publications were originally written in Dutch and then translated into English. As his popularity grew, Murray’s books found their way into more than twelve foreign languages during his lifetime alone.

Andrew Murray’s early writings were primarily written for the edification of the believer-building them up in faith, love, and prayer. They include Abide in Christ, The Spirit of Christ, and With Christ in the School of Prayer. Later writings leaned more heavily upon the sanctification of the believer with such works as Holy in Christ and Be Perfect. Finally, in his last days, Murray addressed the issue of the Church and its lack of power on the earth. He emphasized the need for a constant and vital relationship with Jesus Christ and for consistent, fervent prayer.

Murray was an alert and intense man, continuing on in his writings until his death at age eighty-nine. His burning desire to transpose all that lay on his heart and spirit to paper was revealed in the presence of several manuscripts in various stages of completion at the time of his death.

Andrew Murray has greatly blessed the Christian world with richness of his spiritual wisdom and his ability to see and answer the needs of God’s people.

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