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My Utmost for His Highest: The Golden Book of Oswald Chambers

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Oswald Chambers classic insights into the spiritual life continue to speak to every generation. "The amazing thing to me is that at every stage of my life these daily devotionals have been appropriate to what I was going through".--Amy Grant
Paperback, 416 pages
Published January 1st 1995 by Discovery House Publishers (first published November 30th 1926)
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Albert Root amazing. I will read it for the rest of my years over and over again.
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Miriam
Jul 20, 2012 Miriam rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read it when I can in the evening. This is not a typical mushy coffee table devotional, not at all. In fact I usually have to read the short entries three times to grasp its meaning. There is so much to chew on with practically every word written. And it is not the easy stuff either- no fluffy emotions. This is testing of faith! No more fluffy good feelings but true inspiration for a radical life of faith.
David Johnston
Aug 04, 2011 David Johnston rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The copy of My Utmost for His Highest that I have was originally given to my son as a graduation present by the youth pastor of our Church. He left home, went to college, got married and now has a son of his own. Oswald Chamber's classic sat on our shelf for many years, unread, unappreciated and gathering dust beside an equally neglected copy of the Complete Works of Shakespeare. It was only a few months ago when I was going down to visit him and his lovely wife and the uber grandson that I ran ...more
Jes
Dec 04, 2008 Jes rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone
Recommended to Jes by: My Mom
This devotional has put things into perspective for me so many days in a row. Oswald has a way of wording things that really gets deep down inside of you!

I have given two copies of this devotional away as gifts and I am about to give my third....it's a great gift idea, because it's really neat to be able to discuss what this means to another individual seeking christ...

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"There is only one relationship that matters and that is your relationship
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Sheryl Tribble
This book makes me so crazy. He'll say something like, "An average view of the Christian life is that it means deliverance from trouble. It is deliverance in trouble, which is very different." (August 2) And I'll say, "Yes, and Amen." Then, two paragraphs later, he'll say, "God does not give us overcoming life; He gives us life as we over come." And I'll say, "What? No." Jesus HAS (past tense) overcome the world -- John 16:33. We don't overcome the world so much as live in that belief -- 1 John ...more
Arcyllin Arcilla
Nov 17, 2008 Arcyllin Arcilla rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: sold-out disciples of Christ
Recommended to Arcyllin by: Raya Bambico-Llanto
After finishing this year-long devotional, the depth of my faith has tremendously deepened. I have not yet found an equal to this material. This is worth going through again for the second, third, even fourth time!
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Oswald Chambers was born to devout parents in Aberdeen, Scotland. At age 16, Oswald Chambers was baptized and became a member of Rye Lane Baptist Chapel. Even as a teenager, Chambers was noted for his deep spirituality, and he participated in the evangelization of poor occupants of local lodging houses. Oswald married Gertrude in May 1910, and on May 24, 1913, Gertrude gave birth to their only chi ...more
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