A New Testament Walk with Oswald Chambers
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Offering rich insight into the New Testament, A New Testament Walk with Oswald Chambers promises to be a hit with the many readers of this best-selling devotional writer. Containing selected commentary from thirty-five Oswald Chambers books, including 101 Days in the Gospels with Oswald Chambers and 101 Days in the Epistles with Oswald Chambers, this unique devotional cove...more
Paperback, 201 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Fleming H. Revell Company (first published May 1998)
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Excited about reading this as a daily devotional!
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“As we draw on the grace of God He increases voluntary poverty all along the line. Always give the best you have got every time; never think about who you are giving it to; let other people take it or leave it as they choose. Pour out the best you have, and always be poor. Never reserve anything; never be diplomatic and careful about the treasure God gives.” 5 likes
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