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Abide in Christ
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[United States] : Neeland Media LLC, 2019.
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Written in 1888, "Abide in Christ" is Andrew Murray's beautiful and inspiring spiritual guide to a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ. While born in South Africa in 1828, as Murray's father was a Dutch Reformed Church missionary sent from Scotland, Murray grew up educated in Scotland and later the Netherlands. He returned to South Africa in 1848 after his ordination, pastored several churches all over South Africa, and was an important forerunner of the later Pentecostal movement. Murray was an important proponent of the "Higher Life" or "Keswick" movement which believed that after one's initial baptism into the Christian faith one must continue to work on a second blessing from God. This second blessing or purpose is possible by living a more holy and less sinful daily life. The idea of continuing to practice a Godly and Christian way of life is central to Murray's eloquent guide "Abide in Christ." The title is taken from Jesus's description of the relationship with his disciples, that they must "Follow me." In this 31-day meditative and spiritual guide, Murray shows the reader how they too may abide with Jesus in their daily lives and thus achieve a more profound and intimate relationship with Christ.
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Written in 1888, "Abide in Christ" is Andrew Murray's beautiful and inspiring spiritual guide to a deeper and more meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ. While born in South Africa in 1828, as Murray's father was a Dutch Reformed Church missionary sent from Scotland, Murray grew up educated in Scotland and later the Netherlands. He returned to South Africa in 1848 after his ordination, pastored several churches all over South Africa, and was an important forerunner of the later Pentecostal movement. Murray was an important proponent of the "Higher Life" or "Keswick" movement which believed that after one's initial baptism into the Christian faith one must continue to work on a second blessing from God. This second blessing or purpose is possible by living a more holy and less sinful daily life. The idea of continuing to practice a Godly and Christian way of life is central to Murray's eloquent guide "Abide in Christ." The title is taken from Jesus's description of the relationship with his disciples, that they must "Follow me." In this 31-day meditative and spiritual guide, Murray shows the reader how they too may abide with Jesus in their daily lives and thus achieve a more profound and intimate relationship with Christ.
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Murray, A. (2019). Abide in Christ. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC.

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Murray, Andrew, 1828-1917. 2019. Abide in Christ. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC.

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Murray, Andrew, 1828-1917, Abide in Christ. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC, 2019.

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Murray, Andrew. Abide in Christ. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC, 2019. Web.

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