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Andrew Murray Collection (36 vols.)
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Overview

The Andrew Murray Collection contains 36 volumes from this beloved preacher, missionary, and teacher. Born into a family of missionaries in South Africa, Murray would continue in his father’s footsteps by returning to South Africa and pastoring numerous churches, eventually starting an international missionary organization. A prolific writer, he achieved worldwide influence in print—many of Murray’s works have become devotional classics and remained immensely popular for over a century!

The Andrew Murray Collection contains eleven monthly and two yearly devotionals covering prayer and prayer-life, the will of God, the 51st Psalm, parental duty, the Parable of the Vine, healthy Christian living, and more. These devotionals serve as guidebooks for strengthening your knowledge and deepening your faith, and they’re perfect for personal or small-group study.

The Andrew Murray Collection also contains The Holiest of All, Murray’s complete exposition of the book of Hebrews; Divine Healing, Murray’s testimony of his faith in divine healing; Holy in Christ, his in-depth study of the word “holiness”; and numerous sermons, essays, addresses, and more. In the Logos edition, all Scripture passages are tagged and appear on mouse-over. For scholarly work or personal Bible study, this makes these texts more powerful and easier to access than ever before. With the advanced search features of Logos Bible Software, you can perform powerful searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for example, every mention of “holiness” or “John 15:1–2.”

Key Features

  • Compiles over 7,000 pages of Andrew Murray’s works
  • Contains eleven monthly and two yearly devotionals
  • Includes sermons, essays, addresses, and more

Individual Titles

Abide in Christ

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Henry Altemus
  • Publication date: 1895
  • Pages: 236

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In 31 meditations on John 15:1–2, Andrew Murray explores what Jesus meant when he said “Abide in me.” Murray illuminates that command in connection with the Parable of the Vine and—step-by-step—uncovers how the promise-precept is meant for us, how surely grace is provided to enable us to obey it, how indispensible the experience of its blessing is to a healthy Christian life, and how fruitful the blessings are that flow from it.

The varied aspects of this practical truth are treated with much freshness, power, and unction. It cannot fail to stimulate, to cheer, and to qualify for higher service.

Charles Spurgeon, Sword and Trowel

Be Perfect!

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1894
  • Pages: 156

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Containing a month of daily meditations, this volume takes the reader through the Scriptures, noting the principal passages in which the word “perfect” occurs. In each case, Murray examines the context of its use to find what the word was meant to convey. A simple yet powerful guidebook, each meditation runs 4 or 5 pages.

His teaching is reverent and helpful, and cannot fail to profit the reader.

The British Friend

We heartily commend this little work. It is gracious, devout, instructive, and practical.

Christian

Mr. Murray writes ably and interestingly, and shows a deeply devout and earnest spirit.

North British Daily Mail

Divine Healing: A Series of Addresses

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Christian Alliance Publishing Co.
  • Publication date: 1900
  • Pages: 100

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Divine Healing contains Andrew Murray’s testimony of his faith in divine healing after his two-year battle with illness. In 32 short addresses, Murray explores sin and sickness, effectual prayer, the prayer of faith, discipline and sanctification, obedience and health, and much more.

Have Mercy upon Me: The Prayer of the Penitent in the Fifty-First Psalm Explained and Applied

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1896
  • Pages: 196

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Containing a month of daily meditations on the 51st Psalm, Murray’s exploration of Miserere is divided into five parts:

  • The Great Petition
  • The Confession
  • The Prayer of Forgiveness
  • The Prayer for Renewal
  • The Sacrifice of Thanksgiving
It is done so quietly, with such a mastery of all the motives which actuate men, and with such easy power, that it is only on reflection that we find out how rare is the gift of the author.

Aberdeen Free Press

Holy in Christ: Thoughts on the Calling of God’s Children to Be Holy as He Is Holy

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co.
  • Pages: 310

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To many, “holiness” has simply been a general expression for the Christian life in its more earnest form, without much thought for what the term really means. In Holy in Christ, Andrew Murray examines in what sense God uses the word so that it may mean to us what it means to Him. He traces the word through the most important passages of Scripture to learn what God’s holiness is, what ours is to be, and how we may attain it.

This is one of the best books we have seen upon a subject which is happily attracting much attention nowadays. There is so much spurious sentimentalism abroad that we are glad to meet with a book in which this sacred theme—holiness—is dealt with so robustly and scripturally.

Methodist Magazine

Humility: The Beauty of Holiness

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Pages: 100

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Humility: The Beauty of Holiness contains 12 studies on humility, a trait that Andrew Murray thinks should be the distinguishing feature of the discipleship of Christ. “When we see that humility is something infinitely deeper than contrition, and accept it as our participation in the life of Jesus, we shall begin to learn that it is our true nobility, and that to prove it in being servants of all is the highest fulfillment of our destiny, as men created in the image of God.”

This is more than a book, it is a spiritual thermometer. And some of us will find our temperature very low as we make its application.

Expository Times

Jesus Himself

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1893
  • Pages: 68

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Jesus Himself comprises two brief messages on Luke 24:31 and Matthew 28:20.

Let Us Draw Nigh!

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Pages: 95

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In 12 meditations on Hebrews 10:19–25, Murray explores what it means to, with the power of Christ's redemption, enter in and dwell in the Father’s presence. With reverence and simple language, Murray guides the reader to a full understanding of this central message from the epistle to the Hebrews in these 12 meditations:

  • The Entrance into the Holiest
  • Boldness through the Blood
  • The New and Living Way
  • A Great Priest over the House of God
  • With a True Heart
  • The Fullness of Faith
  • Our Hearts Sprinkled
  • Our Body Washed
  • Let Us Draw Near
  • Let Us Hold Fast the Confession of Our Hope
  • Let Us Provoke unto Love
  • Let Us Not Forsake the Assembling Together

Lord, Teach Us to Pray

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Henry Altemus
  • Publication date: 1896
  • Pages: 36

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This short meditation on prayer is divided into four parts:

  • The Only Teacher
  • In Spirit and Truth
  • Pray to Thy Father Which is in Secret, or, Alone with God
  • The Model Prayer

Love Made Perfect

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Marshall Brothers
  • Pages: 81

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The two addresses contained in Love Made Perfect were delivered at the opening and closing of the South African Keswick Mission of 1893. Andrew Murray was the president of the South African General Mission, and these addresses explore the nature of God's love and the heart of missionary work.

Money: Thoughts for God’s Stewards

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Marshall Brothers
  • Pages: 99

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Money: Thoughts for God's Stewards contains four essays on the nature of good financial stewardship:

  • Christ's Estimate of Money
  • The Holy Spirit and Money
  • The Grace of God and Money
  • The Poverty of Christ

Out of His Fulness

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1897
  • Pages: 197

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Out of His Fulness contains 15 addresses that cover a wide array of topics, such as the joy to be found in the Holy Spirit, the life orented toward God, the act of surrender and faith, the unity between the life of the church and the life of the individual believer, and much more.

The Children for Christ

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co.
  • Pages: 448

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Divided between the Old and New Testaments, The Children for Christ contains 52 readings—one for each week of the year—on the subject of parental duty. Each lesson begins with a passage from the Bible, Murray’s thoughts on how the passage reflectson and pertains to parental duty, and finally a short prayer. Published over 100 years ago, the lessons in The Children for Christ are still applicable for today’s parents wishing to learn more about strengthening their Christian household.

There is a tone of fervor and devotion pervading the book that contrasts pleasantly with the trivially inane tone some writers think fit to adopt in writing for and about children. All Sunday-school teachers and parents would do well to lay its lessons to heart.

Methodist Recorder

Mr. Murray is well known by the works on spiritual life he has published already, and these are worthily followed by these 'Thoughts for Christian Parents on the Consecration of the Home Life.'

The Scottish Review

The Dearth of Conversions

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Marshall Brothers
  • Pages: 39

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A concern for the church 100 years ago is still a concern for today: how does the church deal with the continual decline of church membership? Should churches look to revivals of the past for guidance? The Dearth of Conversions is Murray’s call to action to pastors and preachers to dedicate themselves to these questions.

he Fruit of the Vine

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Thomas Y. Crowell & Company
  • Publication date: 1898
  • Pages: 50

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In The Fruit of the Vine, Andrew Murray focuses on the “fruit” in the Vine and the Branches parable found in John 15. This is a full and practical exposition of the parable, bringing forth the nature of character and conduct and the influence of a holy life and prayer in Christian life.

Mr. Murray is an eloquent divine and is so carried away by the deep spiritual meaning of his subject that he cannot fail to move those who sympathize with him.

Book Notes

The Full Blessing of Pentecost: The One Thing Needful

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1908
  • Pages: 182

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The message that The Full Blessing of Pentecost brings is simple but most solemn. It is that the one thing needful for the Church, the thing that, above all others, men ought everywhere to seek with their whole heart—is to be filled with the Spirit of God. “It is as we are convicted of the defectiveness of our faith in Christ, and what he has promised to do in saving and helping us from sin, and as we understand that believing in him means yielding up of the whole heart and life and will, to let him rule and live within us, that we can confidently count upon receiving all that we need of the Holy Spirit’s power.”

It must be the prayer of every thoughtful Christian, that there may be more of the surrender, the faith, the devotion to Christ, to which Dr. Murray leads us, that there may be a consequent enjoyment of ‘the full blessing of Pentecost.’

Charles Erdman, Princeton Theological Review

The Holiest of All: An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co.
  • Pages: 552

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In The Holiest of All, Andrew Murray provides a succinct introduction to the Epistle to the Hebrews that covers the author, audience, object, plan, and context of the epistle. Murray then moves expositionally verse-by-verse through the epistle, illuminating the great truths and mysteries the writer seeks to unfold. This volume tackles the common questions: what is absent in our religion that, in so many cases, it gives no power to stand, to advance, to press on unto perfection? And what is the teaching needed to give that health and vigor to the Christian life that, through all adverse circumstances, many be able to hold firm from the beginning to the end? Murray divides his exposition of Hebrews into two categories and twelve sections:

  • First half—doctrinal, chapters 1–10:18
    • First section: The Son of God More Than the Angels
    • Second section: Jesus as Man More Than the Angels
    • Third section: Christ Jesus More Than Moses
    • Fourth section: Jesus Our High Priest More Than Aaron
    • Fifth section: The New Priesthood after the Order of Melchizedek
    • Sixth section: The New Sanctuary and the New Covenant
    • Seventh section: The Power of Christ's Blood to Inaugurate the New Sanctuary and the New Covenant
    • Eighth section: The New Way into the Holiest
  • Second half—practical, chapters 10:19–13:25
    • Ninth section: Of Life in the Holiest
    • Tenth section: The Fullness of Faith
    • Eleventh section: The Patience of Hope
    • Twelfth section: Love and Good Works

The Inner Chamber and the Inner Life

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1905
  • Pages: 170

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The Inner Chamber and the Inner Life provides thoughts of the utmost importance on the daily need for quiet reflection, the true spirit of prayer, fellowship with God, and kindred topics.

Dr. Murray’s book is one of devotion and of Bible exposition as well. From the burning veldt of South Africa come these airs of grace like a breath of Paradise.

Methodist Magazine

There is great need for literature that shall lead men and women to more profound religious experiences, and Mr. Murray honestly undertakes to render this service.

The Advance

There is a message of importance here for those who will pause long enough to listen, but our life is so hurried, so eager, often over non-essentials, that we are almost incapacitated for meditation. It is unnecessary to say of this volume, as of all others from the same pen, that it is deeply spiritual and scriptural in its suggestions.

The Christian Advocate

The Key to the Missionary Problem

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1902
  • Pages: 204

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In this urgent call to action, Andrew Murray lays the responsibility of mission work on the shoulders of pastors and laity alike. Until each Christian seeks to bring his brother to Jesus, there is little hope for the evangelization of the world—a mission Murray feels should be the cornerstone of every church.

I have read Mr. Andrew Murray’s book on the Missionary Problem with extraordinary interest. It is a remarkable work. Nothing that I have read for a long time has so led me to the secret spring of missionary work, and to the glorious privilege of having a share in it.

J. H. Jowett

Of all the books that I have ever read on the call of our Lord to the evangelization of the world, this appeal by the beloved Andrew Murray must stand in the front rank, if not first. My heart has been deeply moved by it, and I propose to read large portions of it to my people. If only it were read universally throughout our churches, by ministers and people alike, I believe it would lead to one of the greatest revivals of missionary enthusiasm that the world has ever known. It is deeply spiritual, interesting, and inspiring.

F. B. Meyer

I hope that Mr. Murray’s heart-searching book may be widely read and prayerfully pondered. I know of nothing that would so much quicken, not only our missionary zeal, but the Christian life of our churches. It is the Key to the Missionary Problem indeed, but it is also the key to most of our problems, and points to the only cure for all our weaknesses.

Alexander Maclaren

It is a book that searches the heart of the reader.

The Independent

The Lord’s Table: A Help to the Right Observance of the Holy Supper

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1897
  • Pages: 145

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In The Lord’s Table: A Help to the Right Observance of the Holy Supper, Andrew Murray sets forth the purely biblical doctrine of the Supper and, by example, as well as precept, stirs the heart to self-examination, praise, and prayer. He divides this study of communion into three parts:

  • The Week before the Sabbath
  • The Communion Sabbath
  • The Week after the Supper
An earnest, devout, and sympathetic manual for communion.

The Literary World

The Master’s Indwelling

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1896
  • Pages: 180

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The Master’s Indwelling contains 13 addresses first delivered by Andrew Murray during the Northfield Conference of 1895. The addresses, which he revised for publication, and they cover topics such as Christ's humility, finding joy in the Holy Spirit, the importance of the inward life, walking daily with God in your heart, and much more.

These addresses are exceedingly suggestive in their teaching about the Christian life. They are deep yet lucid, broad yet scriptural, fervent yet philosophical, and they emphasize the experimental knowledge of God.

The Congregationalist

The deepening of the spiritual life was ever his favorite theme, and these are among his best efforts.

New Outlook

The Ministry of Intercession: A Plea for More Prayer

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1898
  • Pages: 234

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The Ministry of Intercession focuses on two important truths: the first being that Christ actually meant prayer to be the great power by which His Church should do its work; the second being that we have far too little conception of the place that intercession, as distinguished from prayer for ourselves, ought to have in the Church and the Christian life. As Murray states in the introduction, “Throughout Scripture, in the life of every saint, of God's own Son, throughout the history of God's Church, God is, first of all, a prayer-hearing God.” This volume also includes both a valuable appendix, entitled “Pray without Ceasing: Helps to Intercession” (which contains prayers for a month) and other aids and guides to the life of prayer.

In his latest work, our friend Andrew Murray has, to our mind, led the church to the most advanced position he has yet reached. The book demonstrates both the vast power of intercessory prayer, but especially its vast neglect. He shows that this, the highest privilege and greatest weapon of a conquering church, lies comparatively unused in God’s armory. Every disciple of Christ ought to read and ponder this book.

Homiletic Review

The reading of this book is calculated to make an apathetic heart wistful as it is led to look out upon what Christ has made it possible for the Christian life to be. But for the heart already hungering and thirsting after a larger, more efficient and useful life it will do more, it will suggest and counsel at many a point in such a way as to make the better life appear more feasible and in such a way as to lead the reader to cast himself upon the fullness of Christ's grace.

Union Seminary Review

Every pastor should get and study Murray’s Ministry of Intercession, for it is one of the strongest devotion books of recent years.

Auburn Seminary Review

The Mystery of the True Vine

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1898
  • Pages: 173

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The Mystery of the True Vine, written for young adults, contains 31 meditations on the Parable of the Vine. As Murray writes in the Preface, “I feel as if there is not a passage in God’s Word in which our union to Christ Jesus, with its call to entire consecration, its privilege of unbounding joy, much fruitfulness, and prevailing prayer, is put with equal clearness or force. And I have felt drawn to try and write what young Christians might easily apprehend, as a help to them to take up that position in which the Christian life must be a success.” The Mystery of the True Vine is also great tool for Sunday school teachers or parents wanting a step-by-step guide through the lessons found in John 15.

The New Life: Words of God for Young Disciples of Christ

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Hurst & Company
  • Publication date: 1891
  • Pages: 256

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A manual for those disciples new to the faith, The New Life provides short readings for every week of the year. Chapters cover such subjects as faith, the power of God’s word, sin, humility, surrendering to Jesus, prayer, communion, and much more. Each chapter begins with passages from Scripture and Murray’s reflections on the passages and what they mean for new Christians, followed by questions for further study and meditation. Great for personal study or group work.

The Prayer Life

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Morgan & Scott
  • Publication date: 1914
  • Pages: 153

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Prayer is, in very deed, the pulse of the spiritual life. This volume was written to help leaders of the Church, ministers, and elders see that in spiritual work, everything depends upon prayer. At the same time, it was meant for all believers who long for a life connected with the Lord. Andrew Murray divides his study on prayer into three parts:

  • The Prayer Life
  • The Inner Chamber
  • The Deepest Secret of Pentecost
The world has long looked upon Andrew Murray as the greatest living exponent of the devotional life. He shows how prayer may become the mightiest power in our lives.

Quarterly Review

The School of Obedience

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1898
  • Pages: 128

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This volume contains eight essays from Andrew Murray pleading for the earnest and effective surrender of our wills to God’s, a surrendering that can be found in Christ’s school of obedience. Essays included:

  • “Obedience: Its Place in Holy Scripture”
  • “The Obedience of Christ”
  • “The Secret of True Obedience"
  • “The Morning Watch in the Life of Obedience”
  • “The Entrance to the Life of Full Obedience”
  • “The Obedience of Faith”
  • “The School of Obedience”
  • “Obedience to the Last Command”
Nothing could exceed the whole-hearted self-renunciation Dr. Murray counsels, and it would be hard to find the reasons that make this attitude a mark of the true Christian more devoutly or cogently stated.

The Churchman

The Spirit of Christ: Thoughts on the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Believer and the Church

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Anson D. F. Randolph & Co.
  • Publication date: 1888
  • Pages: 394

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The aim of Andrew Murray's Spirit of Christ is to comfort, console, strengthen, inspire, and lift up the believer by showing the all-sufficiency of the Holy Spirit to guide the soul. It contains 31 meditations on the Holy Spirit—one for each day of the month, and—with one exception—the passages of Scripture selected for comment are from the New Testament.

The simple and devout tone which pervades the book will commend it to all Christian readers. Mr. Murray feels that the Church of Christ does not depend so implicitly on the help of the Holy Spirit as our Lord taught His disciples to depend. The book deserves a wide circle of readers.

The London Quarterly Review

Mr. Murray’s new work, like his former ones, will serve for the edification of those who are able to appreciate spirituality of thought, and inclined to give the attention needful to digest and profit by meditations presented in a manner more solid than lively.

Record

The Spiritual Life

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Tupper & Robertson
  • Publication date: 1896
  • Pages: 243

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The Spiritual Life consists of 16 lectures that Andrew Murray gave as a guest lecturer at the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago during the summer of 1895. Lectures include:

  • “Carnal or Spiritual”
  • “The Spirit of Life in Christ Jesus”
  • “The Fruit of the Spirit is Love”
  • “The Self-life, the Hindrance to the Spiritual Life”
  • “The Holy Spirit in Ephesians”
  • “Be Filled with the Spirit” (First Lecture)
  • “Praying in the Power of the Holy Ghost”
  • “The Holy Spirit in Galatians”
  • “Be Filled with the Spirit" (Second Lecture)
  • “Christ Bringing Us to God”
  • “Christ Liveth in Me”
  • “The Heavenly Treasure in the Earthen Vessel”
  • “Willing and Doing”
  • “Yield Yourselves unto God”
  • “Jesus Able to Keep”
  • “The Life of Rest”

The State of the Church: A Plea for More Prayer

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1912
  • Pages: 152

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How can missionary work be fruitful if our own house is out of order? That is the question that Andrew Murray tries to answer in The State of the Church. The consensus of most participants at the World Missionary Conference of 1911 was the “home” church was in disarray—it was the lack of faith and the half-hearted consecration of ministers and members of the Church that was hindering the rapid evangelization of the rest of the world. Murray outlines the current problems of the church, and offers remedies for its revitalization and growth—principles that hold true today.

The Two Covenants and the Second Blessing

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1899
  • Pages: 206

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In The Two Covenants and the Second Blessing, Andrew Murray maintains that the Christian’s God is a covenant God and thinks that the word “covenant” has passed too entirely out of Christian thinking. He aims to show exactly what blessings God has covenanted to bestow on us and that, on the basis of the covenant, we may rest perfectly assured that “they can, and must, and will be fulfilled.”

The author’s style is clear and strong, alike thoughtful and spiritual, finding its way to both head and heart. Multitudes all over the world have been helped in their heavenward journey by the writings of this modern Kempis, and it is to be hoped that this, his latest work, will bring comfort and rest to thousands of weary feet and aching hearts.

Christian Work

Thy Will Be Done

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: James Nisbet & Co.
  • Publication date: 1901
  • Pages: 196

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In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray discusses different phases of New Testament teachings concerning the will of God. The meditations average six pages in length and work wonderfully for personal or group study. Meditations include “Suffering According to the Will of God,” “Praying According to God's Will,” and “Doing the Will of God from the Heart”—plus 28 more devotional studies.

Waiting on God! Daily Messages for a Month

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Pages: 151

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In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray mines the Old and New Testaments to remind us of God’s love and watchfulness over our lives. “Cease from expecting the least good from yourself, or the least help from anything there is in man, and just yield yourself unreservedly to God to work in you: He will do all for you.” The meditations average six pages in length, and work wonderfully for personal or group study.

Sets forth very simply and clearly the blessedness of a life in which God is unceasingly giving and working, His child unceasingly waiting and receiving.

Christian Advocate

Why Do You Not Believe?

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1894
  • Pages: 236

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In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray introduces those new to the faith the basics for leading a truly happy Christian life. Studies include “The Object of Faith,” “The Seed of Faith,” “The Language of Faith,” and “The Sincerity of Faith,”—plus 27 more devotional and practical meditations to lead young Christians down the right path to faithful and rewarding service to God.

With Christ in the School of Prayer

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: The Rodgers Company
  • Pages: 275

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In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray shows readers how to strengthen their prayer life. “Christ teaches us to pray not only by example, by instruction, by command, by promises, but by showing us Himself, the ever-living intercessor, as our Life.” Studies include “Lord! Teach Us to Pray,” “In Spirit and Truth,” “The Infinite Fatherliness of God,” and “The Power of United Prayer,”—plus 27 more devotional and practical meditations on prayer. The meditations average six pages in length, and work wonderfully for personal or group study.

A volume of rare excellence, and one which is much needed.

Christian News

An admirable book for devotional reading. The brief lessons on prayer, mostly from New Testament texts, are suggestive of profound and rich experience.

Baptist Quarterly Review

Mr. Murray's is a devout book, written in order to rouse Christians to expect great blessings in prayer. The style is simple and impressive, it will be helpful to many readers.

The London Quarterly Review

Within, or, The Kingdom of God Is within You

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Service & Paton
  • Publication date: 1897
  • Pages: 110

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Within contains four addresses from Andrew Murray on the Kingdom of God that were first delivered at the Mowbray Convention in 1896. Revised for publication, the addresses included are:

  • “The Kingdom of God”
  • “The Indwelling of God”
  • “Jesus Christ in You”
  • “Daily Fellowship with God”

Working for God!

  • Author: Andrew Murray
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication date: 1901
  • Pages: 161

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In 31 meditations for a month of study, Working for God! is a devotional for those working in ministry. Drawing from the Bible for inspirational thoughts on the hard work and the reward of ministerial duties, studies include “The Father Abiding in Me Doeth the Work,” “Faith Working by Love,” and “A Doer that Worketh Shall Be Blessed in Doing,”—plus 28 more practical meditations.

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  • Title: Andrew Murray Collection
  • Volumes: 36
  • Pages: 6,712

About Andrew Murray

Andrew Murray (1828–1917) was born in Graaff Reinet, South Africa, to Dutch missionary parents. Educated at King’s College, Aberdeen, he then studied theology at the University of Utrecht. Andrew and his older brother John were ordained in the Dutch Reformed Church in 1848. Murray pastored South African churches in Bloemfontein, Worcester, Cape Town, and Wellington. A champion of missionary work, he founded the South African General Mission in 1889. That ministry continued to grow, and today it is part of the SIM (Serving in Mission) organization.

A prolific author and lecturer, Murray authored over 200 books during his lifetime, and he was invited to speak at churches and conferences all over the world. Married for over 60 years and the father of eight children, Murray passed away in January 1917.