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Humility & Absolute Surrender

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The condition of God s blessing is absolute surrender of all into His hands. If our hearts are willing for that, there is no end to what God will do for us, and to the blessings God will bestow.
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Greatly concerned for the spiritual guidance of new converts, and for spiritual growth in long-time Christians, Murray penned some of the most enduring dev
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Hendrickson Publishers
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Jul 08, 2014 Rebecca rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Christians
Recommended to Rebecca by: Julie West
This was definitely one of the most insightful books I have ever read. I couldn't stop highlighting, re-reading sections and sharing what I was learning from this book. I can say this will be one that I will pick up again and again and use as tool for seeking biblical wisdom in the future.
The book was written sometime before 1928, so the writing style was sometimes hard to follow and I would have to read a sentence over and over to get what it was saying, but that didn't stop me from continuing
Dave Johnson
Sep 02, 2008 Dave Johnson rated it it was amazing
if you've kept up with my "currently reading" section, you're probably thinking, "how long does it freakin' take to read that book?!"

truthfully, not long. this isnt a big book. i just wanted to thoroughly go through it and pay attention to what Murray had to say.

and he said a LOT. this is a book that is so illuminating, that i have to tell people that its a must-read book for anyone who is born-again. you really dont understand the depths of pride in your heart until you read something like thi
George Hunger
Apr 06, 2015 George Hunger rated it really liked it
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Humility and Absolute Surrender is a treasure trove of Biblical insight provided by Andrew Murray, who was a pastor, evangelist, and author from South Africa 1828-1917. Although the devotions in this book were written in the late 1800's, the advice it holds is timeless and ever so relevant for Christians today. In it, Murray uncovers what true humility is and how it makes the way for God to fill us and use us for His purposes. In the second half of the book, the focus changes to absolute surrend ...more
Aug 16, 2016 Mary rated it it was amazing
So powerful! Read and re-read!
Chris Jesse
Sep 25, 2013 Chris Jesse rated it it was amazing
We tend to set aside classics, believing they are somehow less relevant to our current condition. The man who wrote this died in 1917, but nothing has changed. If underlines and margin notes are any indication this is one powerful book. It is only 161 pages. Do yourself a favor and read it.
Jul 21, 2010 Dave rated it liked it
Definitely a good book with an excellent topic. However, very difficult to read and stay focused on. I felt as though Murray kept saying the same thing over and over again. Got kind of boring and became a drag to finish.
Sep 02, 2012 Edie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Another excellent book by Murray! I took one and half years to read this two book combo. It is full of great insights and challenging nuggets. I enjoyed including this book in my daily quiet time.
Doug Glada
Aug 07, 2012 Doug Glada rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
You will never go wrong if you read with a teachable mind. Murray's books are always good!
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Murray was Born in Cape Town, South Africa, Murray became a noted missionary leader. His father was a Scottish Presbyterian serving the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa, and his mother had connections with both French Huguenots and German Lutherans. This background to some extent explains his ecumenical s
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“The fruit of the Spirit is love.” Why? Because nothing but love can expel and conquer our selfishness.” 0 likes
“Let us, at the very commencement of our meditations, admit that there is nothing so natural to man, nothing so insidious and hidden from our sight, nothing so difficult and dangerous, as pride. Let us feel that [as if] nothing but a very determined and persevering waiting on God and Christ will discover [show] how lacking we are in the grace of humility, and how impotent to obtain what we seek. Let us study the character of Christ until our souls are filled with the love and admiration of his lowliness. And let us believe that, when we are broken down under a sense of our pride, and our impotence to cast it out, Jesus Christ himself will come in to impart this grace too, as a part of his wondrous life within us.” 0 likes
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