LibriVox recording of Abide in Christ, by Andrew Murray. Read by Christopher Smith.
Towards the close of his ministry on earth, Jesus taught his disciples of the need for them to abide in Him. This word "abide" speaks of the intimacy of fellowship with the Master to which his followers are still invited. Andrew Murray wrote this series of meditations, which he subtitled "Thoughts on the Blessed Life of Fellowship with the Son of God", out of a conviction that many believers are missing out on something that is really at the heart of a healthy Christian life. The author explains that many, although they trust the Lord for forgiveness and help, have yet to experience the blessing of a day by day and hour by hour walk with the Lord, and therefore are not enjoying the power, the joy and the fruitfulness that is available to each one. He shows how, by taking the time to live closer to Jesus, we may move into a deeper and stronger Christian experience. (Summary by Christopher Smith)
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November 24, 2015 Subject:
Abide in Christ
wonderful voice!.. really enjoying this lovely book.. thanks..
October 2, 2015 Subject:
Abide In Christ by Andrew Murray
September 2, 2015 Subject:
Abide in Christ
This audio is what the churches are not doing still ,this is for any christian old or new ,sometimes grey hair is just grey hair thank god I'm still teachable and this audio certainly teaches us who is the vine and we are mearly the branch Amen
August 15, 2015 Subject:
A BRILLIANT READ
Abide in Christ by Andrew Murray is so helpful in encouraging the believer to trust in Christ moment by moment. The Librivox recording is beautifully read by Christopher Smith and by listening to one chapter per day (for 31 days) I was greatly helped and deeply encouraged in my own journey wityh the Lord. I highly recommend this book.