My Utmost for His Highest Quality Paperback Edition includes the complete updated text, helpful subject and Scripture indexes, and a brief, inspiring biography of Oswald Chambers and his beloved wife, Biddy.
Oswald Chambers was born in Scotland and spent much of his boyhood there. His ministry of teaching and preaching took him for a time to the United States and Japan. The last six years of his life were spent as principal of the Bible Training College in London, and as chaplain to British Commonwealth troops in Egypt during World War I. After his death, at age 43, the books that bear his name were compiled by his wife from her own verbatim shorthand notes of his talks.
<p>Studies in the Sermon On The Mount</p>
<p>Author favorite by Oswald Chambers,author of My Utmost for His Highest</p>
<p>One of the worlds most beloved Christian authors gives us insight into one of the most beloved passages of Scripture. this devotional study of the Sermon on the Mount is doctrine in work clothes, truth become reality,redemption expressed. And,as he does in all his works, Oswald Chambers reminds us that our focus must be on God alone and not on those among whom we live.</p>
<p>This series on Matthew 5-7 was first presented during Chambers' teaching ministry in the U.S. in 1907. Since then, it has become a favorite among all his writings for its timeless truths and relevance to the daily Christian life. Once you delve into it, you'll better understand Jesus' teachings on what living really means and find new ways to apply Scripture to your daily life.</p>
<p>As chambers say's, " God remakes us,puts His Holy Spirit in us, then the Holy Spirit applies the principles to us and enables us to work out by His guidance."</p>
<p>Sometimes we're blind in our prayers. Mary Magdalene was weeping at the tomb, asking for the dead body of Jesus. Whom was she asking? Jesus Himself, yet she did not know it. In his matchless way, Oswald Chambers reflects on the truth and the enormous power of prayer.</p>
<p>“The whole book is…a mere effort to arouse the average Christian worker to study the wealth of Scripture, and to become better equipped for dividing the Word of Truth.”</p>
<p>This simple ending to <i>Biblical Psychology</i> by Oswald Chambers—one of the few books the author saw in print before his death in 1917 at age 43—represents the humble intentions and mighty effects of all the more than two dozen titles that now bear his name.</p>
<p>In this pioneering work, Chambers looks deeply at the theology of the soul. Basing his teaching on the foundation that God created people as relational creatures, Chambers looks at the psychology of man’s inner life and how he relates to God, to others, and to himself. He explores the moral dilemmas and emotional complexities Christians face as they try to reconcile their faith with a world full of fear, anger, shame, and selfishness; and he offers scriptural answers for these struggles.</p>
<p>Here we see Chambers’ acute mind at work, sorting through Scripture and what God reveals there about the heart, soul, and spirit of people, and the effect redemption has on us and our relationship to God.</p>
<p>This three-in-one volume by Oswald Chambers, recognized as an intimate companion of God, substantiates the very basis of the Christian faith. He upholds the moral and spiritual standing of Christians, despite challenges from today's secular, skeptical, and lawless rationalists. Here Chambers addresses the human needs to recognize the ethical demands of Scripture, and he challenges readers to act as Jesus did, in the power of His Spirit. Throughout these pages he upholds the ethical principles of the Christian life by promoting Christian thinking that leads to godly behavior.</p>
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With more than 750,000 copies in print, Spiritual Leadership stands as a proven classic for developing such leadership. In these pages J. Oswald Sanders presents the key principles of leadership in both the temporal and spiritual realms, illustrating his points with examples from Scripture and biographies of eminent men of God (Moses, Nehemiah, Paul, David Livingstone, Charles Spurgeon, and others). He writes that even natural leadership qualities are God-given, and their true effectiveness can only be reached when they are used to the glory of God. Featured topics include:
<p>Let go of the “old you” and become a new creature in Christ. In Conformed to His Image Oswald Chambers invites you to do this. Then he offers you a practical guide that will move you out of your doldrums of spiritual failure, frustration, and listlessness into the Christian life as you have imagined it could be.</p>
<p>With startling clarity, Chambers proves once again that the Christian life of power and satisfaction is not just for “saints” but for everyday believers. “The transformed life is not merely possible. It is the birthright of every Christian.”</p>
<p>In The Servant as His Lord, Chambers explores with compassion and insight why Jesus Christ predicted that His followers would experience many tribulations. But he goes on to show how God gives us a fighting chance to triumph, and he explains that Jesus Himself is eager to nourish and guide His saints in their hours of conflict.</p>
<p>The one great message of this book makes clear the truth that through it all, the Lord’s servant may be, and should be, “as his Lord.”</p>
<p>So Send I You</p>
<p>Workmen Of God</p>
<p>Two timeless books in one volume!</p>
<p>So Send I You examines the Christian's call to missionary service. This "treasure-house," as one reviewer has called it,offers the secrets of the fully surrendered life and how, through that life Christ's love can transform the world around you. Chambers explores the nature of God's call to every person and how to hear. His call in your life.</p>
<p>Workmen of God offers a challenging approach to spiritual discernment and diagnosis. All those who want to know more about ministering to the spiritual needs of others will fine timeless insights into the teaching of Oswald Chambers. This enriching material shows how godly Christians can work for the cure of souls with passion and power.</p>
<p>"All believers are called to serve. Chambers enjoins us to reject the self-centered bent of generation that seeks fulfillment in doing 'what is best for me' and to find the fulfillment which God alone can give to His sons and daughters who in sacrifice and obedience seek His will above all else." -From the Publishers's Foreword</p>
<p>In So I Send You, Chambers looks at the Christian's call to missionary service and explores the nature of God's call and how to hear Him clearly. Workmen of God offers a challenging approach to spiritual discernment and diagnosis, showing how the godly Christian can work for the cure of souls with passion and power.