Where can readers turn to deepen their love and understanding of God? In the well-loved devotional My Utmost for His Highest, author Oswald Chambers offers inspiring thoughts that have encouraged millions of readers for many years. This classic language edition provides thought-provoking meditations to cultivate a closer walk with God. Readers can gain a fresh perspective on how to grow in faith as they discover more about God and their relationship with Him.
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Looking for a daily devotional to challenge both heart and mind? Try My Utmost for His Highest—2014 Graduate’s Edition, here in the classic, unabridged edition. For nearly eighty years, countless millions of Christians the world over have trusted the spiritual companionship of Oswald Chambers’s classic daily devotional, My Utmost for His Highest. These brief scripture-based readings—by turns comforting and challenging, always real and relevant—will draw you into God’s presence and form you as a disciple of the Risen Lord. You’ll treasure their insight, still fresh and vital. And you’ll discover what it means to offer God your very best for His greatest purpose—to truly offer Him your utmost for His highest. This edition includes helpful subject and scripture indexes.
A study guide to be used with Oswald Chambers' devotional "My Utmost For His Highest" to enhance and compliment the fullest meaning of this time honored devotional.
In this classic edition of My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers asks the tough questions and ignites a passion for you to desire God in a deeper way.
My Utmost for His Highest Devotional Journal helps you capture your journey with God as you pray, read, and reflect on the Word.
What do you know about the man behind the popular devotional My Utmost for His Highest? Trace the life of Oswald Chambers from his boyhood in Scotland through an astounding journey of faith and trust in God's provision. From the United Kingdom to a YMCA training camp in Egypt during World War I, Chambers was a man utterly devoted to God and to sharing the timeless wisdom of the Bible with others. Discover a remarkable story, and find inspiration for your walk with Christ.
365 daily devotional readings with related meditation from "My Utmost for His Highest" and other Oswald Chamber writings Relevant Scriptures are highlighted so readers can link Chambers' observations with related Bible text 600 short quotations from Chambers' writings Indexes organized by reading number and subject 1,280 pp.
The Daily Companion is a great supplement to Oswald Chambers’ devotional masterpiece My Utmost for His Highest. Helping you to better digest Chambers’ teaching on the Scriptures, each page examines the corresponding reading in Chambers’ devotional (available at Utmost.org). You’ll find a short summary of the day’s topic, Scripture context, and application suggestions. As you use this Daily Companion to round out your reading of Chambers’ profound thoughts, allow the full 366 days of Oswald Chambers’ hard-hitting truths to overwhelm, inspire, and transform you into your uttermost best—for Him.
Look deeply at the theology of your soul, that is to say, the psychology of your inner self, and see how you relate to God and others. Explore moral dilemmas and emotional complexities like fear, anger, shame, and selfishness, and let Oswald Chambers help you see the affect they have on your relationship with God. In Biblical Psychology, this well-known author of My Utmost for His Highest shows you how to let redemption enter in and heal hurt places. This is no high-brow book on pop psychology, but an in-depth examination of you and your personal relationship with God, answering some of today's most pressing questions with the style and grace for which Oswald Chambers is so well respected.
“Is life worth living?” Oswald Chambers asked this question in the last lectures he gave before his death in 1917. Delivered amid the bloodshed of World War I, this study of Ecclesiastes confronts the despair that characterized both Chambers’ generation and “the Teacher” of Ecclesiastes. With his eyes focused on the cross, Chambers affirms that life is worth living in light of God’s redeeming love. Chambers reveals how a redeemed person can glorify God in all areas of life: in work and play, in study, in recreation, in home life, and in social interaction.