With My Utmost For His Highest, Oswald Chambers created one of the most enduring inspirational classics of our time and fills your day with timeless thoughts from a humble servant of Christ. This beloved devotional has challenged, encouraged, and moved people to think more deeply about their relationship with the Lord. This is an exceptional Logos daily devotional book. Just click on "today" in the application under the title, and immediately jump to the devotional for that day.
“Is Jesus Christ more and more dominating every interest in my life?” (source)
“If you want to know whether God is the God you have faith to believe Him to be, then go through your Jordan alone.” (source)
“A saint is never consciously a saint; a saint is consciously dependent on God.” (source)
“Never consider whether you are of use; but ever consider that you are not your own but His.” (source)
“If the Spirit of God detects anything in you that is wrong, He does not ask you to put it right; He asks you to accept the light, and He will put it right.” (source)
Oswald Chambers (1874–1917) was a prominent preacher, writer, and evangelist. He studied at The Art School in South Kensington, the University of Edinburg, and Dunoon Training School.
Chambers served as a YMCA chaplain to British Commonwealth soldiers during World War I. He also worked as a traveling speaker for the League of Prayer and as the main teacher of the Bible Training College. His preaching ministry reached Britain, America, and Japan.
Chambers’ books are mainly compilations of his messages that were transcribed by his wife, Gertrude or “Biddy” as he called her. The daily devotional My Utmost For His Highest was first published in 1927 and continues to be a best-seller. 24 essays and books, including Studies in The Sermon on Mount and Biblical Psychology, can be found in the Oswald Chambers Collection.