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Holy in Christ Thoughts on the Calling of God's Children to be Holy as He is Holy

Andrew Murray (1828-1917)

1. Preface
2. God's Call to Holiness
3. God's Provision for Holiness
4. Holiness and Creation
5. Holiness and Revelation
6. Holiness and Redemption
7. Holiness and Glory
8. Holiness and Obedience
9. Holiness and Indwelling
10. Holiness and Mediation
11. Holiness and Separation
12. The Holy One of Israel
13. The Thrice Holy One
14. Holiness and Humility
15. The Holy One of God
16. The Holy Spirit
17. Holiness and Truth
18. Holiness and Crucifixion
19. Holiness and Faith
20. Holiness and Resurrection
21. Holiness and Liberty
22. Holiness and Happiness
23. In Christ our Sanctification
24. Holiness and the Body
25. Holiness and Cleansing
26. Holiness and Blamelessness
27. Holiness and the Will of God
28. Holiness and Service
29. The Way into the Holiest
30. Holiness and Chastisement
31. The Unction from the Holy One
32. Holiness and Heaven

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In introducing this book, which Andrew Murray sub-titled “Thoughts on the Calling of God’s Children to Be Holy as He is Holy”, I can do no better than to quote from the author’s own Preface: “It has been my earnest desire that I might be a helper of the faith of my brethren in seeking to trace with them the wondrous revelation of God’s Holiness through the ages as recorded in His blessed Word. It has been my continual prayer that God might use what is written to increase in His children the conviction that we must be holy, the knowledge of how we are to be holy, the joy that we may be holy, the faith that we can be holy. And may He stir us all to cry day and night to Him for a visitation of the Spirit and the Power of Holiness upon all His people, that the name of Christian and of saint may be synonymous, and every believer be a vessel made holy and meet for the Master’s use.”