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The Believer's Call to Commitment

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Originally titled Aids to Devotion, this study on Ephesians focuses on the Holy Spirit and Christian commitment. Writing nearly a century ago, Andrew Murray clearly teaches that commitment to Christ must be based not on determination but on complete dependence on the Holy Spirit. While retaining the author's message and style, this edition has been carefully edited to upda ...more
Paperback, 101 pages
Published March 1st 1983 by Bethany House Publishers (first published 1983)
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Good teaching on Ephesians.
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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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