Absolute Surrender

and Other Addresses

by Andrew Murray, 1895
Absolute Surrender

The religious idea of absolute surrender involves dedicating yourself to live a good life, or agreeing to give up everything you enjoy in order to serve God. That is not what absolute surrender meant to Andrew Murray. Rather, it was the individual’s willingness to allow the Presence of God within his own heart to work out the will of God in his life. It means allowing God to produce the fruit of His Love in us, unhindered by doubt, fear, or any other resistance. Absolute surrender just gives God an opening to work in every situation in life.

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The Master's Indwelling
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