Daily in His Presence: A Classic Devotional from One of the Most Powerful Voices of the Nineteenth Century (Paperback)
Revive Your Spirit
Does the abundant Christian life you re supposed to have feel more like a chore than reality? Impoverished and stale, is your spirit crying out for recharging?
One of the most powerful voices of the past two hundred years, Andrew Murray wrote extensively about this age-old struggle. This treasury of 365 gems of biblical wisdom is presented here in contemporary English by best-selling author Bruce Wilkinson.
Each day will lead you deeper into God's presence. Your spirit is yearning for it. Don t delay. Let these timeless secrets of a more meaningful spiritual life invigorate your soul.
About the Author
One of four children, Andrew Murray was born in Graaff-Reinet, South Africa. It was there, after his formal education in Scotland and three years of theological study in Holland, that Andrew Murray returned as a missionary and minister. In 1873 he helped establish the Huguenot Seminary, a school where young women could be trained for educational work. Murray also served as the first president of the Young Men s Christian Fellowship (YMCA). He authored over 240 books and was a man of great prayer. Abiding in Christ was the cornerstone to Andrew Murray s life and ministry. He wrote, Abide in Jesus: your life in Him will lead you to that fellowship with God in which the only true knowledge of God is to be had. His love, His power, His infinite glory will, as you abide in Jesus, be so revealed as it hath not entered into the heart of man to conceive. He and his wife, Emma, had nine children.
Bruce Wilkinson is the author of the #1 New York Times bestsellers The Prayer of Jabez(r) and A Life God Rewards, as well as Secrets of the Vine(r), Experiencing Spiritual Breakthroughs, and numerous other books. He serves as the chairman of Dream for Africa, Global Vision Resources, and Ovation Productions. Bruce and his wife, Darlene Marie, have three children and six grandchildren. They divide their time between Georgia and South Africa."