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Brighton Publishing releases eBook “Absolute Surrender and Other Addresses” by Andrew Murray
"Brighton Christian Classic Series" is a non-profit eBook series promoting stimulating theological conversations to enable Christian growth and spiritual understanding
Taking a decisive and unwavering step of obedience to Christ is a demanding path for every believer. Forsaking all to follow Him is often the most challenging—
Putting carnal urges and material desires behind us and growing along our own individual spiritual paths requires dedication, obedience, and commitment to being filled daily with the Spirit of Christ.
First published over a century ago, this popular devotional study has helped tens of thousands of Christians discover a unique victory over the devastating power of sin.
Andrew Murray offers an in-depth understanding of what true and Absolute Surrender means, and the necessary steps required for believers to yield themselves completely to a holy God.
With pastoral insight and an uncommon depth of spiritual awareness, Andrew Murray guides the reader through different stages of development along a path that leads toward freedom in Christ. Absolute Surrender and Other Addresses is an excellent work specifically suited for individual believers or group Bible study.
Andrew Murray was born in Graaff Reinet, South Africa in 1828. He received his initial education at Aberdeen in Scotland, and remained there until he obtained his master's degree in 1845. After graduating with a degree in theology from the University of Utrecht, he was then ordained by the Hague Committee. He began his pastoral career in 1848 and would continue ministering throughout South Africa until his death in 1917.
“The Brighton Christian Classic Series" is a rendering of some of history’s greatest theological voices, all tailored into an easy-to-read format designed to enable Christian growth,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “These master works are intended to stir deep contemplation and fulfill man’s insatiable desire to understand ourselves and our Creator.”