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It is grace we need, and not sin, to make and keep us humble. The heaviest laden branches always bow the lowest. The nearer the soul comes to God, the more His Majestic Presence makes it feel it's littleness.

-Andrew Murray

 2008/3/25 10:56









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If the believer holds fast what his participation with Christ’s death signifies, he has the power to overcome sin. It is not said sin is dead; but he himself is dead to sin and alive to God, and so sin cannot for a single moment, with out his consent, have dominion over him. If he sin, it is because he allows it to reign, and submits himself to it.

-Andrew Murray

 2008/3/26 9:02









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How many have been looking most earnestly for the full insight into the blessedness of being "dead unto sin and alive unto God," and yet have failed. [b]They have been more occupied with the blessings to be had in Jesus, or with the effort to exercise a strong abiding faith in these blessings as theirs, than with [color=FF0000]Jesus Himself[/color], in whom both the blessings and faith that sees them are ours.[/b]

-Andrew Murray

 2008/3/27 18:05









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It is as you bear the image of God here, as you live in the likeness of Jesus, who is the brightness of His glory, and the express image of His person, that you will be fitted for the glory to come. If we are to bear the image of the heavenly, the Christ in glory, we must first bear the image of the earthly, the Christ in humiliation.

-Andrew Murray

 2008/3/28 9:11









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To be filled with the Holy Spirit we must wait on our Lord in faith. His love desires to give us more than we know. You are in the Spirit as your vital air; the Spirit is in you as your life-breath. [b] It is impossible to say what the Lord Jesus would do for a soul who is truly willing to live as entirely through Him, as He is through the Father.[/b]

-Andrew Murray

 2008/3/29 10:42









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"With what care the tenderly sensitive plate of the photographer is prepared to receive the impression; with what precaution its relative position to the object to be portrayed is adjusted; how still and undisturbed it is then held face to face with that object. Having done this, the photographer leaves the light to do its wonderful work; his work is a work of faith.

Let us believe in the power of the light of God to transcribe Christ's image on our heart. Let us not seek to do the work the Spirit must do. Let us simply trust Him to do it. Our duty is to seek the prepared heart waiting, longing, praying for the likeness; [b]to take our place face to face with Jesus, gazing, loving, believing that the wonderful vision of that Crucified One is the sure promise of what we can be;[/b] then putting aside all that can distract, in stillness of soul, silent unto God, just to allow the blessed Spirit as the light of God to do the work.

-Andrew Murray


Day 31

Himself for us; us for Himself; an entire exchange; a perfect union; a complete identity in interest and purpose. Himself for us, as Saviour; us for Himself, still as Saviour, like Him and for Him to continue on earth the work which He began.

-Andrew Murray

 2008/4/1 9:57





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