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Andrew Murray
b. May 9, 1828 – d. January 18, 1917 • Author • Teacher
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Murray, Andrew, Jr.
Murray, Andrew, Jr. (1828–1917)Second son of Andrew Murray, Sr., leader of the Scots ministers who revitalized the Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk (Dutch Reformed Church), in South Africa. Educated at the universities of Aberdeen and Utrecht, he was ordained (1849) and was a leader by 1860. For fifty
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Andrew Murray
Inner TravelersAndrew MurrayLeading student in Christ’s school of prayer“May not a single moment of my life be spent outside the light, love, and joy of God’s presence.”As a young man, Andrew Murray wanted to be a minister, but it was a career choice rather than an act of faith. Not until
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Murray, Andrew (1828–1917)
MURRAY, ANDREW (1828–1917)Andrew Murray was a South African religious leader, evangelist, educator, author of over 250 books and numerous articles on theology, missionary strategy, pastoral concerns and personal devotion. The son of a Scottish Dutch Reformed Church (DRC) minister, he was born in Graaf-Reinet,
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Murray, Andrew
Murray, Andrew (1828–1917)South-African Dutch Reformed leader; author of many devotional writingsBorn in Cape Town, South Africa, Murray became a noted missionary leader. His father was a Scottish Presbyterian serving the Dutch Reformed Church of South Africa, and his mother had connections with both