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You are about to download the eBook version of 'Jesus Himself' for your  e-Reader device.

Considering that Andrew Murray died in 1917, almost a hundred years ago, his writings are still relevant and palatable- it's as fresh and relevant as if were written yesterday.  His expounding of the scripture in this book is wonderful, and has great life application, as Murray does a wonderful job of illustrating what true intimacy with Jesus Christ can and should look like.

Don't hesitate to download this book, you'll be glad you did!


Andrew Murray was born on May 9th, 1828 in Graaff Reinet, South Africa. Murray had an incredible Christian heritage growing up. His father was a Dutch Reformed minister who weekly read revival accounts to his family, and prayed regularly for revival to come to South Africa. Missionaries traveled through constantly, including David Livingston.
In 1838, when Murray was ten, he and his brother John went to study in Scotland. They went to train with their uncle, the Rev. John Murray. In the spring of 1840 the revivalist William C. Burns came and spoke in Aberdeen, Scotland. Burns made a deep impression Andrew. He was staying at his uncle's house and they spent long evenings sharing about the work of God. Burns had been instrumental in the great Kilsyth Revival of 1839. His heart was constantly broken over the lost, and he would weep and pray for hours for their salvation. Andrew would listen, with awe, as Burns would preach, and he saw a model of what he would like to become. Andrew and John attended Marischal College and graduated in 1844.

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