In The Master's Indwelling, Andrew Murray covers the fundamental steps in the Christian walk, giving specific details on how to approach a relationship with God. Many books are long on admonitions and short on the how to's. Andrew Murray's classic is just the opposite, telling the readers how to get there from here. The Master's Indwelling begins by explaining some important points about the carnal nature, the self, and what it means to deny the flesh. Andrew Murray also turns his attention to humility, death to self, and surrender as marks of a Christian crucified with Christ. The Master's Indwelling also discusses the role and importance of joy and faith in the life of a growing Christian, ending with the important point that God may be all in all in each of our lives. Like several other Andrew Murray classics, The Master's Indwelling should be required reading for any Christian truly wanting to grow in Christ.
Andrew Murray (1828-1917) was a South African writer, teacher, and Christian pastor. Murray considered missions to be the chief end of the church.