Murray, A. – Be Perfect

Be Perfect
31 Daily Devotions
by Andrew Murray
(9 May 1828-18 January 1917)

This is a 31 day devotional on holiness.

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Andrew Murray (9 May 1828-18 January 1917) was a Christian pastor in South Africa. Murray was the child of Dutch Reformed Church missionaries from Scotland to South Africa, and the younger brother of John Murray. Educated at the University of Utrecht, he was ordained by the Hague Committee of the Dutch Reformed Church on May 9, 1848. He pastored churched in Bloemfontein and Worcester, Cape Town, Wellington, South Africa. He married Emma Rutherford Murray in Cape Town, South Africa, on July 2, 1856, and they had eight adult children (four boys and four girls). He was a champion of the South African Revival of 1860. He died on January 18, 1917, four months before his eighty-ninth birthday.




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This is a 31 day devotional on holiness.

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Date:February 5, 2015


pc56 Just Say no to Witchcraft! Understanding Witchcraft. we examine witchcraft in the light of the Bible, your will or accepting God's will.

Topics: What is Witchcraft? | How does one practice witchcraft? | The Importance of Rejecting Witchcraft | How do we reject it? | Conclusion.
Excerpt: We must worship that God, because He is our Creator, and we must seek his moral guidance in life, and for whatever matter that we need or want, we must go to Him first to see if it is what we should seek and ask God for (if it is His will for us). Having established this, witchcraft is to seek spirits or occult principles to get what we want (our own will).
pc56 Just Say no to Witchcraft! Understanding Witchcraft.

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