This series of addresses, written in 1898, deals with the fundamental concept of obedience to God, and was written with heartfelt need “for the instruction and strengthening of the young men and women, on whose obedience and devotion so much depends for the Church and the world”.
The first half (four addresses) of the book looks at obedience from a biblical perspective, focusing on the example of Christ's obedience, and concluding with the idea of the “Morning Watch in the Life of Obedience”. The second half (also four addresses) deals more directly with the obedience required and desired of the believer, culminating with a discussion of the Great Commission.
According to Murray's style, each address is largely a devotional commentary of one or more passages of Scripture.
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