Waiting on God

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By Andrew Murray

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"The great lack of our religion is, we do not know God."

There is only one way to know God, and that is to spend time with God. In this age of instant gratification, quick access to information, and high speed everything, connecting with God is difficult because the act of waiting has become obsolete. If the answer is knowing God, if He is indeed "the one great remedy", then learning to wait is vital.

Andrew Murray's Waiting on God contains 31 daily meditations that will guide readers into the heart and the act of waiting on the Lord, shifting the focus from one's personal needs and petitions to resting in the loving, living presence of God.

South African writer, teacher and pastor, Andrew Murray (1828-1917), devoted his life to providing practical instruction to Christians everywhere, to guiding Christ-followers into deeper intimacy with the Lord. He believed—deeply and profoundly—that there was more of God to know, always more to understand, and that this pursuit would unlock belief and expectation for every believer.

In this compelling devotional, Murray explains the mystery of waiting on God with relevant scripture, fascinating insights, and individual and communal challenges to:

  • Wait on the presence of God
  • Surrender to Him
  • Connect with Him intimately
  • Acknowledge His blessings
  • Trust Him to provide
  • Spending time with God leads to knowing Him. Knowing him leads to comprehending all that He can do. Murray's Waiting on God is an invitation to engage in a true encounter with God, to make more space for "Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us..." (Ephesians 3:20, NIV).

    Waiting on God