ANDREW MURRAY A call to radical, spirit-filled Christianity This is a very important book in which Andrew Murray gives comprehensive teaching on key aspects of living a deeper Christian life—a life that counts for something: how to be filled with the Spirit and how to walk in the Spirit; the conditions for fruitful service; the need for absolute surrender; how to walk in victory. This book gives an essential grounding for those who wish to take the Christian life seriously and to be used greatly in the things of God. “When God clothes the lily with its beauty, is it not yielded up, surrendered, given over to God as He works in it its beauty? And God’s redeemed children, oh, can you think that God can work His work if there is only half or a part of them surrendered? God cannot do it. God is life, and love, and blessing, and power, and infinite beauty, and God delights to communicate Himself to every child who is prepared to receive Him; but ah! this one want of absolute surrender is just the thing that hinders God. And now He comes, and as God He claims it.” — ANDREW MURRAY ANDREW MURRAY (1828−1917) was born in South Africa where he served God as a pastor and evangelist. His devotional writing brought him world-wide renown and he became much in demand as a Bible teacher and conference speaker. Author of numerous books, his other titles include The True Vine, Humility, The Full Blessing of Pentecost and Waiting on God.