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The School of Obedience: Updated and Unabridged (The New Christian Classics Library) (edition 2018)

by Andrew Murray (Author)

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With great gentleness, sensitivity, and support, Andrew Murray describes the necessity of obedience, its enabling means, and its benefits. 'The Father in heaven asks, and requires, and actually expects, that every child of His yield Him whole-hearted and entire obedience, day by day, and all the day. To enable His child to do this, He has made a most abundant and altogether sufficient provision in the promise of the New Covenant, and in the gift of His Son and Spirit.' The School of Obedience is a pastoral encouragement that exudes tender humility, warmth, and a magnanimous spirit.… (more)
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Basic, practical steps toward a life in line with the Will of God!
  MenoraChurch | Sep 23, 2022 |
Great book on obedience. As with Humility, The True Vine, etc., Murray is always simple and to the point, and always reminds you how much you depend on God.

Confidence in surrender...
The secret to true obedience--trust...
Final chapter on the Great Commission...

I have read many of his books and my favorite so far is The Blood of the Cross. ( )
  Shockleyy | Jun 6, 2021 |
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With great gentleness, sensitivity, and support, Andrew Murray describes the necessity of obedience, its enabling means, and its benefits. 'The Father in heaven asks, and requires, and actually expects, that every child of His yield Him whole-hearted and entire obedience, day by day, and all the day. To enable His child to do this, He has made a most abundant and altogether sufficient provision in the promise of the New Covenant, and in the gift of His Son and Spirit.' The School of Obedience is a pastoral encouragement that exudes tender humility, warmth, and a magnanimous spirit.

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Obedience is not the most popular word in our vocabulary. We live in a society that is constantly battling the system, fighting for what we want. We're primarily concerned with how the rules inconvenience us, and we're looking to see what we can get away with. Obedience is much more than following rules; it's a state of the heart. Andrew Murray explores the love behind God's demands and the grace that makes it possible for us to obey. The blessing of complete obedience is your intimate connection with a loving, protective heavenly Father who desires more than anything to give you a rich and fulfilling life. Discover how obedience to God's plan will put you in the center of His will!
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