Devotions for a Deeper Life: A Daily Devotional

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Zondervan, 1986 - Religion - 238 pages
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Few have understood the nature of sanctification, or the nature of God, better than Oswald Chambers. His insights into holiness, absolute devotion, and the pursuit of God have inspired countless Christians, challenging them to give their 'utmost for His highest.' Devotions for a Deeper Life is a collection of some less known writings by this beloved Christian author. Excerpted from articles published in God's Revivalist in the early 1900's, this year's-worth of daily devotions bears Chambers' characteristic stamp of practicality and profundity, freshness and fire. Here are the meditations of a man of the Bible and a man of prayer, reflections as timeless as the illuming ministry of the Holy Spirit. More than just a devotional, Devotions for a Deeper Life is a treasury of truths that will open your spiritual eyes to the incredible, full scope of Christ's work, of the Holy Spirit's guidance and power, and of God's calling on your life that bids you rise higher than you've ever thought possible.
  

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the keys to holiness revealed !

User Review  - ah seng - Christianbook.com

Chambers is one of a kind. When we see a mixture or compound, he sees an element. He is able to reveal and distil to us what is fundamentally the most essential. He has such depth in spiritual ... Read full review

good!!!!

User Review  - Mary Boll - Christianbook.com

I purchase a new book each year so that I am not influenced by what I have written the previous year. Each year I am astonished at the new insight and new 'takes' on the same material. Read full review

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About the author (1986)

Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) was a Bible teacher, conference leader, and YMCA chaplain. After his death, his widow compiled his writings in a number of popular daily devotional books, including My Utmost for His Highest, an enduring classic of the Christian faith that continues to inspire men and women the world over.

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