Written in 1909, it was the hope of Andrew Murray that his children might understand the "standard of the true Christian life" as presented in the book of Ephesians. In twenty brief chapters, Murray shows what this means to the believer and demonstrates that a life committed to Christ begins with complete dependence upon the Holy Spirit. Readers today will find Andrew Murray's message as timely and relevant today as it was almost a century ago.
Originally titled Aids to Devotion, this study on Ephesians focuses on the Holy Spirit and Christian commitment. Writing nearly a century ago, Andrew Murray clearly teaches that commitment to Christ must be based not on determination but on complete dependence on the Holy Spirit. While retaining the author's message and style, this edition has been carefully edited to update the language for the 21st century reader.
Andrew Murray was born in South Africa in 1828. After receiving his education in Scotland and Holland, he spent many years in Africa as both pastor and missionary. He wrote some of the most enduring classics of Christian devotional literature.