Andrew Murray served as the first president of the Young Men's Christian
Fellowship (YMCA), was the author of over 240 books, and was also a man of
great prayer. Through his private devotion with the Savior, he learned
that laughter and fellowship were two of life's most important
He often prayed, "May not a single moment of my life be spent outside
the light, love, and joy of God's presence and may not a moment without
the entire surrender of my self as a vessel for Him to fill full of His
Spirit and His love."
Abiding in Christ was the cornerstone to Andrew
Murray's life and ministry. He writes: "Abide in Jesus: your life in Him
will lead you to that fellowship with God in which the only true knowledge
of God is to be had. His love, His power, His infinite glory will, as you
abide in Jesus, be so revealed as it hath not entered into the heart of
man to conceive."
Murray is one of the most beloved Christian authors of all time. We hope
you enjoy this collection of some of his most famous and moving writings.
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The Bible says, “You are not your own, for you were bought with a price. So glorify God in your body” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). I have written this web site to help you taste those words as sweet instead of bitter or boring.
You are in one of two groups: Either you are a Christian, or God is now calling you to be one. You would not have gone to this web site if God were not at work in your life.
If you are a Christian, you are not your own. Christ has bought you at the price of his own death. You now belong doubly to God: He made you, and he bought you. That means your life is not your own. It is God’s. Therefore, the Bible says, “Glorify God in your body.” God made you for this. He bought you for this. This is the meaning of your life.
If you are not yet a Christian, that is what Jesus Christ offers: doubly belonging to God, and being able to do what you were made for. That may not sound exciting. Glorifying God may mean nothing to you. That’s why I created this web site http://www.biblesnet.com for Non Christians and Christians. For someone that is not a Christian we have many pages for those searching for God's Truth. We recommend these pages Know God click here and Searching for More in Life click here. For Christians that are searching for more we recommend Christianity and Spiritual Growth.
Now I see that millions of people waste their lives because they think these paths are two and not one. There is a warning. Jesus said, “Whoever loses his life for my sake and the gospel’s will save it.” In other words, it is better to lose your life than to waste it.
If you live gladly to make others glad in God, your life will be hard, your risks will be high, and your joy will be full. This is not a web site about how to avoid a wounded life, but how to avoid a wasted life.
Please know that I am praying for you, whether you are a student dreaming something radical for your life, or whether you are retired and hoping not to waste the final years.
That is my prayer.
For now, I thank God for you. My joy grows with every soul that seeks the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. Remember, you have one life. That’s all. You were made for God. Don’t waste it. If you are Searching please check out these pages Know God and Searching. If you want more from your Christian Walk we recommend Church Growth and Spiritual Growth.
God bless you. Brian
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