“O Father! I beseech Thee, give me this day the fulness of Thy Spirit! … Thou hearest my prayer. I receive now what I ask, Father. I claim and I take it. The fulness of Thy Spirit is mine.
“I receive the gift this day again, as a faith-gift. By faith, I appropriate my Father’s working [through the Son and in the Spirit’s power] of all that He has promised.”
The role of the Ten Commandments in Murray’s theology of sanctification, should be noted very carefully. In his famous book The School of Obedience, he insists that “the Father in heaven asks and requires and actually expects that every child of His yield Him whole-hearted and entire obedience, day by day, and all the day.