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by Rev. Andrew Murray

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0871232790, Paperback)

THE BELIEVER'S SECRET OF OBEDIENCE is a thorough Bible study of obedience to God. Though the subject sounds exacting and demanding, the tone of this inspiring devotional classic is warm and encouraging. Murray leads us into both Testaments to discover the importance of obedience in the life of a believer. He looks at the issue of obedience in the stories of various Bible characters. Next he draws our attention to the obedience of Christ, who makes the believer's obedience possible. And finally, he shows us the secret of obedience as the pivotal point for the whole Christian life!

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