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Waiting on God

Andrew Murray (1828-1917)

1. 00 - Introduction and Preface
2. 01 - First Day: The God of Our Salvation
3. 02 - Second Day: The Keynote of Life
4. 03 - Third Day: The True Place of the Creature
5. 04 - Fourth Day: For Supplies
6. 05 - Fifth Day: For Instruction
7. 06 - Sixth Day: For All Saints
8. 07 - Seventh Day: A Plea in Prayer
9. 08 - Eighth Day: Strong and of Good Courage
10. 09 - Ninth Day: With the Heart
11. 10 - Tenth Day: In Humble Fear and Hope
12. 11 - Eleventh Day: Patiently
13. 12 - Twelfth Day: Keeping His Ways
14. 13 - Thirteenth Day: For More than We Know
15. 14 - Fourteenth Day: The Way to the New Song
16. 15 - Fifteenth Day: For His Counsel
17. 16 - Sixteenth Day: For His Light in the Heart
18. 17 - Seventeenth Day: In Times of Darkness
19. 18 - Eighteenth Day: To Reveal Himself
20. 19 - Nineteenth Day: As a God of Judgment
21. 20 - Twentieth Day: Who Waits on Us
22. 21 - Twenty-first Day: The Almighty One
23. 22 - Twenty-second Day: Its Certainty of Blessing
24. 23 - Twenty-third Day: For Unlooked-for things
25. 24 - Twenty-fourth Day: To Know His Goodness
26. 25 - Twenty-fifth Day: Quietly
27. 26 - Twenty-sixth Day: In Holy Expectancy
28. 27 - Twenty-seventh Day: For Redemption
29. 28 - Twenty-eighth Day: For the Coming of His Son
30. 29 - Twenty-ninth Day: For the Promise of the Father
31. 30 - Thirtieth Day: Continually
32. 31 - Thirty-first Day: Only

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Summary

Andrew Murray wrote in the introduction to this daily devotional book of one month’s readings, of the need that many Christians feel of being helped to a deeper and clearer insight into all that Christ could be to them. In this volume he shows both the need and the benefit of waiting upon God, and of giving God time and place to show us what He can do and what He will do. The author encourages us to enlarge our hearts and not limit God; to understand that God can do new things, unheard of things, and hidden things. “When Thou camest down, Thou didst terrible things we looked not for; the mountains flowed down at Thy presence.”