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The Holiest Of All [Ebook] ➮ The Holiest Of All ➭ Andrew Murray – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Every Christian has a ministry a call to serve the Lord This book reveals the keys to finding God's purpose for your life Discover how you can find supernatural wisdom and strength prepare to enter in Every Christian has a ministry a call to serve the Lord This book reveals the keys to finding God's purpose for your life Discover how you can find supernatural wisdom and strength prepare to enter into your ministry see God's power miraculously at work be spiritually productive have God's approval know the will of God concerning your life and find your eternal reward in heaven.


10 thoughts on “The Holiest Of All

  1. Pieter Lombaard Pieter Lombaard says:

    As wonderful a person as Andrew Murray was I struggled a lot to read this book The language and tone employed felt very charismatic which is very difficult for me to follow I was often left wondering what he meant or how I was supposed to implement what he said He seemed to have been very excited when he wrote the book but I can't say that I was very excited when I read it The only chapter I will probably remember is the last one because it infers that Paul might be the author of Hebrews I know a lot of people will probably love this book but everyone is not the same


  2. Judy McCarver Judy McCarver says:

    Andrew Murray was way ahead of his time What a prolific heartfelt writer that loves scripture Jesus and Jesus followers In this book he carries the reader through verse by verse of the book of Hebrews He breaks down each and every verse and virtually leaves the reader both without excuse for carrying out its tenets as well as encouraging the reader to move forward on their journey of faith If you read Murray's book and you choose to remain hard hearted about your own spiritual journey it is not in any way because he hasn't fully given you the tools and euipped you to do so Take steps forward in your life with the words of Holiest of All One of my favorite passages in this book is Murray's elouence in explaining how as Christians we see and view Christ as only our Aaron earthly and finite priest who intercedes for us but not as our Melchizedek eternal priesthood who intercedes for us and brings us into eternity with Him I see this as a transactional faith in Jesus Aaron you saved me now I get to go to heaven The End versus a relational faith with Jesus Melchizedek As I trust in and lean into Jesus daily I become like Him and not only will I spend eternity with Him but He is in my daily life walking ahead of me and beside me each and every day and each and every moment that I take a breath Here is an excerpt of that section of Murray's book Read and learn Read and rest Read and move forward on your faith journey There are too many Christians who see in Christ only the fulfilment of what Aaron typified Christ's death and blood are very precious to them; they do seek to rest their faith upon them And yet they wonder that they have so little of the peace and joy of the purity and power which the Saviour gives and which faith in Him ought to bring The reason is simple because Christ is only their Aaron not their Melchizedek They do indeed believe that He is ascended to heaven and sits upon the throne of God ; but they have not seen the direct connection of this with their daily spiritual life They do not count upon Jesus working in them in the power of the heavenly life and imparting it to them They do not know their heavenly calling with the all sufficient provision for its fulfilment in them secured in the heavenly life of their Priest King And as a conseuence of this they do not see the need for giving up the world to have their life and walk in heavenThe work of redemption was accomplished on earth in weakness 2 Cor 4; it is communicated from heaven in resurrection and ascension power The cross proclaims the pardon of sin; the throne gives the power over sin The cross with its blood sprinkling is the deliverance from Egypt; the throne with its living Priest King brings into the rest of God and its victory With Aaron there is nothing beyond atonement and acceptance; nothing of kingly rule and power; it is with Melchizedek that the fulness of power and blessing comes the blessing that abideth continually lt is as the soul no longer ever again seeks the foundation but resting on it and it The we consider and adore our blessed King Priest our Melchizedek the stronger will our confidence become that from His throne in heaven He will in divine power Himself apply to us all the blessed fruits of His atonement and make a life in God's presence and nearness our daily experience”Amen


  3. Dmitry Dmitry says:

    I really struggled with the rating for this book The tome 552 pages has a whole lot of gems but you have to dig a mine to get to them For some reason the author felt that each couple of verses from the book of Hebrews deserved four pages of commentary At times that made for very tough and dry reading There are lots of other excellent books by Andrew Murray where the gem content is much denser I suggest attempting this one only after reading at least With Christ in the School of Prayer Absolute Surrender Humility the Master's Indwelling the True Vine and Confession and Forgiveness if you have run out of things to read


  4. chris broniste chris broniste says:

    A Life Changing Expository RevelationThis book has had a profound effect on my faith in Christ It is written with such thoughtful devotional care that you cannot help but feel an attachment to the epistle he is expositing Finishing it feels somewhat bittersweet It’s not your typical commentary It is like a biblical revelation I highly recommend it to any person who wants to go deeper in their faith in Christ; any person who is also not afraid to be challenged in every nuance of their faith


  5. Jim Willson Jim Willson says:

    A Classic of DevotionalWhether you work through it daily or take a year and a half like I did this is probably one of the best and eye opening devotional in walking with Jesus ever written


  6. Ronald Ronald says:

    This is a commentary for the book of Hebrews No one knows the spirit and context of Hebrews like Murray Most American Theologians are stuck in the formula of translation without any real consideration for the heart of God or Christ in the text nor the culture Murray is very insightful and a wonderful resource


  7. John Avery John Avery says:

    Another excellent book by Andrew Murray In my opinion this is one of his best It is a devotional journey through the book of Hebrews Murray plumbs the depths of the book and never fails to draw out deep lessons from this deep book It is well worth the time using it as a devotion and allowing God to take you deeper in relationship with Him in the process I will read this book again and again


  8. Shenan putnam Shenan putnam says:

    An amazing commentary through the book of Hebrews I read it first at Bible College and was enlightened


  9. Mary Ann Mary Ann says:

    A must have when studying the book of Hebrews


  10. Barbara Barbara says:

    Deep and insightful Murray has written a devotional commentary on the book of Hebrews Inspirational and profound at times this is a book to be read and reread


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10 thoughts on “The Holiest Of All

  1. Pieter Lombaard Pieter Lombaard says:

    As wonderful a person as Andrew Murray was I struggled a lot to read this book The language and tone employed felt very charismatic which is very difficult for me to follow I was often left wondering what he meant or how I was supposed to implement what he said He seemed to have been very excited when he wrote the book but I can't say that I was very excited when I read it The only chapter I will probably remember is the last one because it infers that Paul might be the author of Hebrews I know a lot of people will probably love this book but everyone is not the same

  2. Judy McCarver Judy McCarver says:

    Andrew Murray was way ahead of his time What a prolific heartfelt writer that loves scripture Jesus and Jesus followers In this book he carries the reader through verse by verse of the book of Hebrews He breaks down each and every verse and virtually leaves the reader both without excuse for carrying out its tenets as well as encouraging the reader to move forward on their journey of faith If you read Murray's book and you choose to remain hard hearted about your own spiritual journey it is not in any way because he hasn't fully given you the tools and euipped you to do so Take steps forward in your life with the words of Holiest of All One of my favorite passages in this book is Murray's elouence in explaining how as Christians we see and view Christ as only our Aaron earthly and finite priest who intercedes for us but not as our Melchizedek eternal priesthood who intercedes for us and brings us into eternity with Him I see this as a transactional faith in Jesus Aaron you saved me now I get to go to heaven The End versus a relational faith with Jesus Melchizedek As I trust in and lean into Jesus daily I become like Him and not only will I spend eternity with Him but He is in my daily life walking ahead of me and beside me each and every day and each and every moment that I take a breath Here is an excerpt of that section of Murray's book Read and learn Read and rest Read and move forward on your faith journey There are too many Christians who see in Christ only the fulfilment of what Aaron typified Christ's death and blood are very precious to them; they do seek to rest their faith upon them And yet they wonder that they have so little of the peace and joy of the purity and power which the Saviour gives and which faith in Him ought to bring The reason is simple because Christ is only their Aaron not their Melchizedek They do indeed believe that He is ascended to heaven and sits upon the throne of God ; but they have not seen the direct connection of this with their daily spiritual life They do not count upon Jesus working in them in the power of the heavenly life and imparting it to them They do not know their heavenly calling with the all sufficient provision for its fulfilment in them secured in the heavenly life of their Priest King And as a conseuence of this they do not see the need for giving up the world to have their life and walk in heavenThe work of redemption was accomplished on earth in weakness 2 Cor 4; it is communicated from heaven in resurrection and ascension power The cross proclaims the pardon of sin; the throne gives the power over sin The cross with its blood sprinkling is the deliverance from Egypt; the throne with its living Priest King brings into the rest of God and its victory With Aaron there is nothing beyond atonement and acceptance; nothing of kingly rule and power; it is with Melchizedek that the fulness of power and blessing comes the blessing that abideth continually lt is as the soul no longer ever again seeks the foundation but resting on it and it The we consider and adore our blessed King Priest our Melchizedek the stronger will our confidence become that from His throne in heaven He will in divine power Himself apply to us all the blessed fruits of His atonement and make a life in God's presence and nearness our daily experience”Amen

  3. Dmitry Dmitry says:

    I really struggled with the rating for this book The tome 552 pages has a whole lot of gems but you have to dig a mine to get to them For some reason the author felt that each couple of verses from the book of Hebrews deserved four pages of commentary At times that made for very tough and dry reading There are lots of other excellent books by Andrew Murray where the gem content is much denser I suggest attempting this one only after reading at least With Christ in the School of Prayer Absolute Surrender Humility the Master's Indwelling the True Vine and Confession and Forgiveness if you have run out of things to read

  4. chris broniste chris broniste says:

    A Life Changing Expository RevelationThis book has had a profound effect on my faith in Christ It is written with such thoughtful devotional care that you cannot help but feel an attachment to the epistle he is expositing Finishing it feels somewhat bittersweet It’s not your typical commentary It is like a biblical revelation I highly recommend it to any person who wants to go deeper in their faith in Christ; any person who is also not afraid to be challenged in every nuance of their faith

  5. Jim Willson Jim Willson says:

    A Classic of DevotionalWhether you work through it daily or take a year and a half like I did this is probably one of the best and eye opening devotional in walking with Jesus ever written

  6. Ronald Ronald says:

    This is a commentary for the book of Hebrews No one knows the spirit and context of Hebrews like Murray Most American Theologians are stuck in the formula of translation without any real consideration for the heart of God or Christ in the text nor the culture Murray is very insightful and a wonderful resource

  7. John Avery John Avery says:

    Another excellent book by Andrew Murray In my opinion this is one of his best It is a devotional journey through the book of Hebrews Murray plumbs the depths of the book and never fails to draw out deep lessons from this deep book It is well worth the time using it as a devotion and allowing God to take you deeper in relationship with Him in the process I will read this book again and again

  8. Shenan putnam Shenan putnam says:

    An amazing commentary through the book of Hebrews I read it first at Bible College and was enlightened

  9. Mary Ann Mary Ann says:

    A must have when studying the book of Hebrews

  10. Barbara Barbara says:

    Deep and insightful Murray has written a devotional commentary on the book of Hebrews Inspirational and profound at times this is a book to be read and reread

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