Contributed by David Fox on Nov 10, 2001
Oswald Sanders in his classic devotional My utmost for His Highest says,
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 26, 2008
Oswald Chambers stated in MY Utmost For His Highest, Prayer does not prepare us for
Contributed by Matthew Redder on Sep 25, 2018
The impossibly difficult instructions found in the sermon on the mount have often troubled me.
When I think about loving enemies, turning the other cheek, giving to the poor, storing up treasures in heaven, etc... I often feel like there's NO WAY I can be successful in the correctives Jesus
Contributed by Charles Wallis on Sep 3, 2009
"Spiritually, we cannot measure our life by success, but only by what God pours through us, and we cannot measure that at all…."
Contributed by David Yarbrough on Jan 17, 2001
"The life of Jesus Christ was an absolute failure from every standpoint except God’s. But what seemed to be failure from man’s standpoint was a triumph from God’s standpoint, because God’s purpose is never the same
Contributed by Todd Catteau on Oct 31, 2005
As Christian workers, worldliness is not the trap which most endangers us; nor is it sin. The trap we fall into is extravagantly desiring spiritual success. Never seek after anything other than the approval of God. Unless the worker lives a life hidden with Christ in God, he is apt to become
Contributed by Ned Bartlebaugh on Oct 21, 2007
“Worship is giving God the best that He has given you. Be careful what you do with the best you have. Whenever you get a blessing from God, give it back to Him as a love gift. Take time to meditate before God and offer the blessing back to Him in a deliberate act of worship. If you hoard a thing
Contributed by Derrick Tuper on May 19, 2009
In his devotional book, "My Utmost For His Highest" Oswald Chambers writes, "Get into the habit of saying, 'Speak, Lord,' and life will become a romance. Every time circumstances press in on you say, 'Speak, Lord,' and make time to listen. Chastening is more than a means of
Contributed by Sermon Central on May 26, 2010
DON'T JUST HANG ON...HANG IN
Decades ago, Oswald Chambers wrote about spiritual perseverance, defining it as... not to hang on and do nothing, but to work deliberately, knowing with certainty that God will never be defeated. The Bible is full of examples of men and women who didn't
Contributed by Danny Rogers on Sep 23, 2006
: Listen to what Oswald Chambers wrote about this passage in his devotional My Utmost for His Highest. “A person will easily say, “Oh yes, I know I am a sinner,” but when he comes into the presence of God he cannot get away with such a broad and indefinite statement. Our conviction is focused on
Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Aug 30, 2002
IN THE POWER OF THE SPIRIT
As a young man, Oswald Chambers, who wrote the materials that became My Utmost For His Highest, battled a persistent sense of barrenness in his Christian life.
He finally wrote: I was getting desperate.
I knew no one who had what I wanted; in fact I did not know