Influential Experiences of Andrew Murray's Theology

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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Research Paper Part IV Submitted to Denise Moitinho, PhD. Adjunct Professor of Practical Studies in fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of SEMI 500-B22 Introduction to Seminary Studies by Detria Thomas September 28, 2014 Contents Introduction 1 The Influential Experiences of Andrew Murray's Theology 1 Andrew Murray’s Brief History 5 Andrew Murray’s Family Influence 5 The Influence of Andrew Murray’s Ministry 5 The Influential Experiences of Andrew Murray's Theology 1 Word of God 5 Education 5 Personal Application of Andrew Murray's Theology 1 Conclusion 1 Bibliography 1 Introduction What is prayer? According to the "American Heritage Dictionary" Prayer can be defined as "A reverent petition made to God, a god, or another object of worship." With a general understanding of what prayer means there also should be an understanding that not everyone prays or believes in prayer because of the type of religion they practice or their belief system. However, for Christians prayer is an important form of communication with God; it is a way to connect spiritually to God and most importantly the Word of God commands Christians to pray. (Eph 6:18) Pray at all times and on every occasion in the power of the Holy Spirit, Stay alert and be persistent in your prayers for all Christians everywhere. To show the importance of prayer, this paper will examine the influential experiences of Andrew Murray that developed his theology on prayer. Next, this paper will examine the theological foundations and the effects it had on his prayer life, and finally this paper will examine his personal application of prayer. This paper will analyze Andrew Murray's influential experiences, Theological foundations, and his personal application of pray to answer
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