With Christ in the School of Prayer by Andrew Murray

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With Christ in the School of Prayer by Andrew Murray
Publisher: F.H. Pevell co., 1895. Page 265.
Introduction:
This book, With Christ in the School of Prayer, was writing by the Reformed Dutch pastor Andrew Murray, and published by F.H. Revell co in 1895. It was writing century ago and considered as a Christian classic literature. Currently, this book was collected in the Christian Classics Ethereal Library general public access freely. For the content of this book, it consisted of thirty-one practical lessons. Each lesson revealed how Biblical principles apply to Christian prayer, and also ended with a personal prayer of Murray to enforce the important point of the lesson. Author’s Background

Andrew Murray was born in Cape Town, South Africa. He was South-African Dutch Reformed leader and an author of many devotional books. His father was a Scottish Presbyterian serving the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa and his mother was a descendant of French Huguenot and German Lutheran. This background explained his love to God and his faith toward cross-cultural mission. Murray was one of the chief promoters that called to mission in South Africa. This led to the Dutch Reformed Church, the European church, missions to the local African. For his contribution to world missions, he was given an honorary doctorate by the Universities of Aberdeen (1898) and Cape of Good Hope (1907). Book Analysis

This book, With Christ in the School of Prayer, by Andrew Murray, was a collection of Biblical principles that could progressively apply to readers’ prayer life. In fact, due to its progressive format, readers could study, and practice the teaching chapter by chapter. There were total of thirty-one chapters. Readers could study each chapter per day and they would complete the entire training in one month. It would be a wonderful spiritual journey for reading and practicing for a month.

Since Murray wrote the book on 1895, the quote King James Version, and the use of...
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