My Utmost. For His Highest By Oswald Chambers. January 1. LET US KEEP TO THE POINT "My eager desire and hope being that I may never feel ashamed. My Utmost for His Highest.“My eager desire and hope being that I may never feel ashamed.” We shall all feel very much ashamed if we do not yield to Jesus on. saying in this passage, “My determination is to be my utmost for His Highest.” in giving God our utmost and receiving in return His highest.
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My Utmost for His Highest. "My eager desire and hope being that I may never feel ashamed." We shal al feel very much ashamed if we do not yield to Jesus. My Utmost for His Highest is a classic of devotional literature. Discover the wisdom of Oswald Chambers who challenges you to give yourself fully to God. 6 Praying To Get Results Gethsemane He prayed, "Father, if thou be willing, remove this cup from me: nevertheless not my.
Paul says - "My determination is to be my utmost for His Highest. An overweening consideration for ourselves is the thing that keeps us from that decision, though we put it that we are considering others. When we consider what it will cost others if we obey the call of Jesus, we tell God He does not know what our obedience will mean. Keep to the point; He does know. Shut out every other consideration and keep yourself before God for this one thing only My Utmost for His Highest.
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Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. Engage with the devotional and ask yourself questions.
How would my life and behavior change if that point of view about my role altered? Nearly every day, I ask myself a question from the reading.
Most of the devotionals had, as a basis, lectures Oswald Chambers gave at his Bible Training College in London , Biddy reviewed her notes when she compiled My Utmost for His Highest, taking bits and pieces from as many as three different lectures. The BTC was aimed at preparing missionaries, so there is a missionary aspect to many of the devotionals.
So the readings are good for me to use as checks on my heart, spirit, and mind. But I need to engage with the devotional to find out how and why.
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I occasionally plead with my Facebook friends for help, but for those less vocal, try a companion guide.
All on one page per devotional. My Utmost for His Highest is not part of the book.
Each day begins with a question and includes background, scriptural context and then asks what the devotional says. It basically guides you through understanding the point.
It ends with three questions that you can apply to yourself.