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Holy in Christ Audiobook

Holy in Christ: Thoughts on the Calling of God's Children to Be Holy as He Is Holy

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God has called his people to be holy. His eternal plan for those who would believe in him does not end with salvation but rather continues on in an ever-growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Through Christ we are sanctified, set apart for a life of peace and abundance.

In Holy in Christ, Andrew Murray delves deeper into God's plan for his children. Using scripture to illuminate God's call to holiness, Murray offers listeners insight into the purpose of eternity and all that we have to live for here on Earth. Profound and inspiring, Holy in Christ is truly a gift to believers seeking a deeper relationship with Christ.

©2013 Andrew Murray (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc. 

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    Dan Sr CA, USA 07-30-16
    Dan Sr CA, USA 07-30-16 Member Since 2014
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    "Big miss, by a usually great author"

    I love most of Andrew Murray's books, but not this one. He failed to define holiness adequately or point to Christ as the source and fulfillment. Instead of "separated for a purpose", Murray seems to regard holiness as a mystical characteristic that is vague and just happens to us. Instead of being made holy by our union with Christ, and then obeying, Murray says that as we work to obey we will find ourself attaining this holiness. He is not altogether wrong, just foundationally wrong in this book.

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