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Oswald Chambers Collection

by Chambers, Oswald

Marshall, Morgan & Scott, Discovery House, Simpkin Marshall 1930–1996

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Overview

One of the most beloved writers of our time, Oswald Chambers is best known for his devotional My Utmost for His Highest. A timeless classic read by millions every day around the world, this devotional has had a profound influence on the Christian walk of countless believers since it was first published in 1927.

If you've read and appreciated the devotional, you owe it to yourself to explore Chambers' full-length essays and books. They are just as penetrating, substantial and insightful as the shorter pieces, but the author is able to develop his themes more completely.

This collection brings together 24 of Chambers' best full-length works on topics ranging from prayer to sin, from lessons on suffering to meditations on the Holy Spirit. Chambers' words pierce through apathy and laziness, challenging the reader to grow in the Christian disciplines rather than stagnate. As a former professor of philosophy and YMCA chaplain, his words appeal powerfully both to the intellect and to the heart.

The legacy of Oswald Chambers goes far beyond one book; in this collection you will accompany a Christian saint to a feast on the riches of God's word.

Note: My Utmost For His Highest is not included in this collection. It is available in most of the base products or as a downloadable resource.

Individual Titles

Approved Unto God

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Oswald Chambers draws from the treasure-house of scripture, invaluable advice and encouragement for Christian workers. These "talks" lead us in the way of becoming competent servants of Jesus Christ, spiritually fit and mentally fitted, for the great task entrusted to us. Do not read this book unless you mean business, but if you do you will find wisdom and understanding on every page.

Baffled To Fight Better

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Job was righteous, but Job suffered. Oswald Chambers reminds us that Job's calamities taught him to see God, for the first time in his life, as the only sure refuge. Job discovered that in life's extremes, God is enough. So can you.

Biblical Ethics

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

This is definitely a study book but, as ever, with a practical spiritual end in view. The problems of human conduct both individually and socially are dwelt upon. The section headed "Spiritual Construction" is most helpful as are the latter sections such as "With Christ in the School of Philosophy."

Biblical Psychology

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

This book contains a wealth of understanding of moral problems to which we may be called to provide a solution. Here are questions and attitudes to which Oswald Chambers gives the biblical answer.

Bringing Sons Into Glory

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Chambers explores the value of spiritual discipline and shows how the Christian experience is not only a thing that we can work out but a matter that God works in. Your enriched insight into Jesus' life and mission will help you understand and appreciate your own life in Christ and your eternal destiny with Him.

Christian Disciplines

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

In this new edition of a classic work, a combination of two volumes, Oswald Chambers concentrates on six major "disciplines" (or areas of concern) for the growing Christian.

Conformed To His Image

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

In Conformed to His Image, Oswald Chambers guides you out of spiritual failure, frustration, and listlessness and into the authentic Christian life you want.

God's Workmanship

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

In God's Workmanship, Chambers reveals how the energy of the indwelling Spirit of God can work in you if you are ready to walk in His ways.

He Shall Glorify Me

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

A compilation of Oswald Chambers' lectures on the Holy Spirit and other themes, compiled mainly from messages given to the men in Egypt and later printed as leaflets. Pondered in whole or in part, these studies are both of individual value or as part of the thread of continuity, the work of the Holy Spirit.

The Highest Good

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Oswald Chambers helps you understand the shadows of life through the lens of the Psalms, the Gospels, and Paul's letters. You'll learn to move beyond discouragement and fear to a deepened faith in God.

If Thou Wilt Be Perfect

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

In If Thou Wilt Be Perfect the author shows that reason has usurped the place of Christ's Spirit through many centuries. The quotations made by Oswald Chambers are themselves of great value, and the expository words that follow are full of luminous and practical teaching for us today.

If Ye Shall Ask

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Chambers says the purpose of prayer is not to get healed, get a job, or get something else. It is to get "the life of God in us." Vitalize your prayer life by becoming attuned to God.

The Love of God

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

This development of how God's love is "shed abroad in our hearts," and what difference it makes, gives Chambers opportunity for expositions of passages selected from the Old and New Testaments.

Making All Things New

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Chambers explores the value of spiritual discipline and shows how the Christian experience is not only a thing that we can work out but a matter that God works in. Your enriched insight into Jesus' life and mission will help you understand and appreciate your own life in Christ and your eternal destiny with Him.

The Moral Foundations of Life

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

These studies deal with the ethics of the Christian life and its psychology. Chapters headed: Habit, Behavior, Direction of the Will, and What to Think About, are full of practical 'down to earth' guidance for the day by day living of the Christian life.

Not Knowing Where

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

The steps of Abraham's faith, as seen in the light of the New Testament, are retraced for your personal benefit. Let Oswald Chambers guide you through Genesis. Chambers' look at Old Testament personalities and events illuminates God's ways with mankind. You can gain God's perspective and wisdom regarding the issues you face today.

Our Brilliant Heritage

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

"You Need Not Sin," "Make a Habit of Having No Habits," and, "Pull Yourself Together": these three chapter headings speak of the practical help you will find in this book.

The Philosophy of Sin

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

This book deals with the practical moral problems that every man must face, no less the Christian than the pagan. The emphasis on sin is set against the reality of redemption. "If sin is a radical twist with a supernatural originator, salvation is a radical re-adjustment with a supernatural Originator"..."It is only the right view of sin and right thinking about sin that ever will explain Jesus Christ's life and death and resurrection."

The Servant As His Lord

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

A compilation of earlier booklets, "The Fighting Chance," "Stressing The Strenuous Side Of The Christian Life," "The Soul Of A Christian," "Dealing With The Inner Life Of The Saint," and "The Sacrament Of Saints," this book is a moving study of the experience whereby dedicated souls may become broken bread on which others can feast.

Shade of His Hand

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

These lectures on Ecclesiastes were the last message spoken by Oswald Chambers to the British troops in Egypt during World War I. Shortly after these lectures he died on November 15, 1917.

The Shadow Of Agony

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Oswald Chambers helps you understand the shadows of life through the lens of the Psalms, the Gospels, and Paul's letters. You'll learn to move beyond discouragement and fear to a deepened faith in God.

So Send I You

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

So Send I You examines the Christian's call to missionary service. These short chapters tell the secrets of the fully surrendered life and how Christ's love can transform the world around you. The book explores the nature of God's call to every person and how to hear His call in your life.

Studies in The Sermon on Mount

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

The author's series on Matthew 5-7, first presented at God's Bible School in Cincinnati in 1907, serves to enlarge our understanding of Jesus' teaching about what His life really means in the believer's experience. For Chambers, the Christian life is authenticated when the indwelling Spirit applies the principles of Christ to the particular circumstances of the believer. Consistent with all his works, the author reminds us in these studies that our focus must be on God alone and not on those among whom we live.

Workmen of God

  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Publication Date: 1996

Workmen of God offers a challenging approach to spiritual discernment and diagnosis. Pastors, missionaries, and those who want to know more about ministering to the spiritual needs of people will find timeless insights in Chambers' teaching. Taken from his lectures, this material shows how godly Christians can work for the cure of souls with passion and power.

Product Details

  • Title: Oswald Chambers Collection (24 vols.)
  • Author: Oswald Chambers
  • Publisher: Marshall, Morgan & Scott
  • Volumes: 24

About Oswald Chambers

Excerpted from Who's Who in Christian History

CHAMBERS, OSWALD (1874–1917)
Lecturer, missionary, and preacher of the “deeper life”

Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, the fourth son of a Baptist preacher, Chambers was converted under the preaching of Charles Spurgeon. At age twenty–seven he underwent a second spiritual crisis which he described as baptism in the Holy Spirit. Chambers studied art in London and Edinburgh but abandoned a promising career to train at Dunoon College for the Baptist ministry.

Most of the public ministry of Oswald Chambers was with the Pentecostal League of Prayer, especially after the League’s founder, Howard Hooker, died in 1909. Chambers visited “Holiness” camps in the United States and Japan before becoming principal of the Bible Training College, Clapham Common, London (1911–1915). With his wife (Gertrude Hobbs) and daughter, he ministered to British troops in Egypt, where a sudden illness ended his life. More than forty titles of Chambers’s works have been published posthumously. The most popular, My Utmost for His Highest, is a compilation of talks Chambers delivered at the Bible Training College and at YMCA huts in Egypt.

M. Fackler