124 years after Andrew Murray first published Waiting on God in 1896, fellow South African, Colin Millar, brings a fresh charge to this relational and foundational practice of the Christian faith. These 31 meditations have been carefully and prayerfully updated in modern English, making them accessible to a new generation of believers. Colin has taken one of Andrew Murray's quotes literally: "A minister has no more solemn duty than to teach people to wait on God." He has himself taught, challenged, and invited thousands into the practice of Waiting on God. And as they have responded to the call of God to wait on Him, several things have become very apparent:Many are encountering the simple yet overwhelming joy and peace of our Father to a much greater extent than ever before and now walking in a personal love relationship with God. Others are hearing and acting on an ever-clearer whisper of His voice in their hearts. He is even giving answers to prayers that they have never even prayed. Would you, too, take up this charge to wait on God - alone or with your family, church, ministry, or business? This slender but profound book of 31 devotionals for the Christian seeking closer communion with God is more than a century old. Now beautifully updated in modern English, it continues to inspire and stir the faithful today. Spending time with these meditations on the Almighty can deepen your relationship with God and even change your life in just one month! A South African of Scottish ancestry, Dutch Reformed Church minister ANDREW MURRAY (1828-1917) was a prolific writer, publishing more than 200 powerful books, including Waiting on God, The School of Obedience, Absolute Surrender, and The Deeper Christian Life.