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With Christ in the School of Prayer [Illustrated] [Annotated]
     

With Christ in the School of Prayer [Illustrated] [Annotated]

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by Andrew Murray
 

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About This Edition of With Christ in the School of Prayer:
• Optimized for Nook
• Andrew Murray Biography - The man behind the book
• Beautiful Illustrations - 12 unique illustrations from the Bible
• Linked Table of Contents - Quick and easy navigation through the content

Times change, but God's principles of

Overview

About This Edition of With Christ in the School of Prayer:
• Optimized for Nook
• Andrew Murray Biography - The man behind the book
• Beautiful Illustrations - 12 unique illustrations from the Bible
• Linked Table of Contents - Quick and easy navigation through the content

Times change, but God's principles of prayer are timeless. That's why With Christ in the School of Prayer is as alive today with power as when first written more than a century ago. Andrew Murray reminds us that only when the Church gives herself up to the holy calling of intercession - a calling that Christ Himself ever lives to perform.
Murray begins at the elementary level and then leads you step-by-step deeper into the holiness of God.
Murray's chapters are short, concise, and he fills your heart with a hunger for God's presence. Murray's passion for prayer shines through all 31 lessons. He truly takes you to the school of prayer and leads you before the throne of Almighty God.

Andrew Murray shares thirty-one heartfelt meditations, one for each day of the month, to help renew our vision and quicken our desire to turn to the Lord for His quiet, peaceful strength.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014098151
Publisher:
Niche Edition
Publication date:
02/03/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
988,533
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Andrew Murray (May 9, 1828 - January 18, 1917) was a South African writer, teacher, and Christian pastor. He considered missions to be "the chief end of the church."
Murray began writing on the Christian life for his congregation as an extension of his local pastoral work, but he became internationally known for his works, such as With Christ in the School of Prayer.

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With Christ in the School of Prayer 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
LesleyA More than 1 year ago
Andrew Murray's book With Christ in the School of Prayer is probably the most powerful book on prayer that I have ever read! I was so challenged in the way I thought about prayer, the role prayer has in the Christian's life and the amazing power of prayer. There were times I was in tears as I read and thought of my lack of faith and the times I've neglected the awesome privilege we have to present our requests to God and lift others up before the throne. Written in 31 short chapters, this would make an excellent devotional book for a month long study on prayer. Murray covers various aspects of prayer such as the example Christ set for us, boldness and true faith in prayer, persevering prayer, purpose of prayer, the role of the Holy Spirit in prayer, Christ as our intercessor and the ministry we can have in intercessory prayer. I would highly recommend this book if you are ready to enter the "school of prayer" with Christ as the teacher and develop a deeper life of prayer!
PC_Lewis More than 1 year ago
This is the best book on prayer I have read. I thought I knew a 'little bit' about prayer -- but this book showed me how much more there is for me to learn. Extremely well written and can be used by a novice or an expert. Best money I ever spent. Best read slowly so that you can fully digest the information in each chapter. Our intercessory prayer group is reading the book also.
Augie_Doggie More than 1 year ago
As always Andrew Murray's work is excellent. This book is a classic that challenges us in today's world to learn from He who came to save us. Jesus continuously prayed. He was always before His Father. How can we do less when the Apostle John said that if all Jesus' works were written down, the books would fill the world. Are any of us busier than that? Steve Augustine
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