All Time Famous Oswald Chambers Quotes

Oswald Chambers Quotes

Oswald Chambers (1874–1917) was a Scottish minister and Christian teacher, best known for his influential devotional book, “My Utmost for His Highest.” Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, Chambers studied at the University of Edinburgh and later trained for Christian ministry. He became a noted preacher and teacher, with a particular focus on spiritual renewal and deepening one’s relationship with God. Chambers and his wife, Biddy, were involved in ministry in the United Kingdom and the United States. His teachings, compiled by Biddy after his death, form the basis for the widely read and cherished daily devotional, “My Utmost for His Highest,” which continues to inspire and guide readers in their spiritual journeys around the world.

Oswald Chambers Quotes

1. “Worship is giving God the best that He has given you.”
— Oswald Chambers

2. “The remarkable thing about God is that when you fear God, you fear nothing else, whereas if you do not fear God, you fear everything else.”
— Oswald Chambers

3. “Prayer does not fit us for the greater work; prayer is the greater work.”
— Oswald Chambers

4. “Spiritual maturity is not reached by the passing of the years but by obedience to the will of God.”
— Oswald Chambers

5. “Trust God, and do the next thing.”
— Oswald Chambers

6. “God is the Great Engineer, creating circumstances to bring about moments in our lives of divine importance, leading us to divine appointments.”
— Oswald Chambers

7. “When you fear God you fear nothing else!”
— Oswald Chambers

8. “Don’t forget to pray today because God did not forget to wake you up this morning.”
— Oswald Chambers

9. “We tend to use prayer as a last resort, but God wants it to be our first line of defense.”
— Oswald Chambers

10. “Faith never knows where it is being led, but it loves and knows the One who is leading.”
— Oswald Chambers

11. “Beware of anything that competes with your loyalty to Jesus Christ…”
— Oswald Chambers

12. “All our fret and worry is caused by calculating without God.”
— Oswald Chambers

13. “No healthy Christian ever chooses suffering; he chooses God’s will, as Jesus did, whether it means suffering or not.”
— Oswald Chambers

14. “Holiness, not happiness, is the chief end of man.”
— Oswald Chambers

15. “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations.”
— Oswald Chambers

16. “Sincerity means that the appearance and the reality are exactly the same.”
— Oswald Chambers

17. “If through a broken heart, God can bring His purposes to pass in the world, then thank Him for breaking your heart.”
— Oswald Chambers

18. “Sanctification is not my idea of what I want God to do for me; sanctification is God’s idea of what He wants to do for me.”
— Oswald Chambers

19. “When we no longer seek God for His blessings, we have time to seek Him for Himself.”
— Oswald Chambers

20. “We have to pray with our eyes on God, not on the difficulties.”
— Oswald Chambers

21. “Perseverance is more than endurance. It is endurance combined with absolute assurance and certainty that what we are looking for is going to happen.”
— Oswald Chambers

22. “Trust yourself in God’s hands. Maintain your relationship to Jesus Christ by the patience of faith. ‘Though He slay me, yet will I trust in Him.’”
— Oswald Chambers

23. “When Jesus Christ shed his blood on the cross, it was not the blood of a martyr; or the blood of one man for another; it was the life of God poured out to redeem the world.”
— Oswald Chambers

24. “Prayer is not a preparation for work, it IS work. Prayer is not a preparation for the battle, it IS the battle. Prayer is two-fold: definite asking and definite waiting to receive.”
— Oswald Chambers

25. “God is my Father, He loves me, I shall never think of anything He will forget. Why should I worry?”
— Oswald Chambers

26. “The true expression of Christian character is not in good-doing but in God-likeness.”
— Oswald Chambers

27. “The good is always the enemy of the best.”
— Oswald Chambers

28. “A life of intimacy with God is characterized by joy.”
— Oswald Chambers

29. “The love of God is not created- it is His nature.”
— Oswald Chambers

30. “There is nothing attractive about the gospel to the natural man; the only man who finds the gospel attractive is the man who is convicted of sin.”
— Oswald Chambers

31. “Before God can use a man greatly he must wound him deeply.”
— Oswald Chambers

32. “Forgiveness is the divine miracle of grace. The cost to God was the Cross of Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

33. “God speaks in the language you know best – not through your ears, but through your circumstances.”
— Oswald Chambers

34. “The Sermon on the Mount is not a set of principles to be obeyed apart from identification with Jesus Christ. The Sermon on the Mount is a statement of the life we will live when the Holy Spirit is getting his way with us.”
— Oswald Chambers

35. “God does not exist to answer our prayers, but by our prayers, we come to discern the mind of God.”
— Oswald Chambers

36. “An unguarded strength is a double weakness.”
— Oswald Chambers

37. “Faith is deliberate confidence in the character of God whose ways you may not understand at the time.”
— Oswald Chambers

38. “Seeing is never believing: we interpret what we see in the light of what we believe. Faith is confidence in God before you see God emerging, therefore the nature of faith is that it must be tried.”
— Oswald Chambers

39. “We are only what we are in the dark; all the rest is reputation.”
— Oswald Chambers

40. “To say that ‘prayer changes things’ is not as close to the truth as saying, ‘prayer changes me and then I change things.’ God has established things so that prayer, on the basis of redemption, changes the way a person looks at things.”
— Oswald Chambers

41. “Prayer imparts the power to walk and not faint.”
— Oswald Chambers

42. “The dearest friend on earth is a mere shadow compared to Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

43. “When we preach the love of God there is a danger of forgetting that the Bible reveals not first the love of God but the intense, blazing holiness of God, with His love at the center of that holiness.”
— Oswald Chambers

44. “We tend to set up success in Christian work as our purpose, but our purpose should be to display the glory of God in human life, to live a life “hidden with Christ in God” in our everyday human conditions.”
— Oswald Chambers

45. “We can all see God in exceptional things, but it requires the culture of spiritual discipline to see God in every detail.”
— Oswald Chambers

46. “Have you been asking God what He is going to do? He will never tell you. God does not tell you what He is going to do; He reveals to you Who He is.”
— Oswald Chambers

47. “God gives us the vision, then he takes us down to the valley to batter us into the shape of the vision, and it is in the valley that so many of us faint and give way. Every vision will be made real if we will have patience.”
— Oswald Chambers

48. “Measure your growth in grace by your sensitiveness to sin.”
— Oswald Chambers

49. “Beware of harking back to what you once were when God wants you to be something you have never been.”
— Oswald Chambers

50. “Prayer is the vital breath of the Christian; not the thing that makes him alive, but the evidence that he is alive.”
— Oswald Chambers

51. “Every element of our own self-reliance must be put to death by the power of God.”
— Oswald Chambers

52. “God does not give us overcoming life; He gives us life as we overcome.”
— Oswald Chambers

53. “When God gets us alone through suffering, heartbreak, temptation, disappointment, sickness, or by thwarted friendship – when He gets us absolutely alone, and we are totally speechless, unable to ask even one question, then He begins to teach us.”
— Oswald Chambers

54. “At times God puts us through the discipline of darkness to teach us to heed Him. Song birds are taught to sing in the dark, and we are put into the shadow of God’s hand until we learn to hear Him.”
— Oswald Chambers

55. “Not every man can carry a full cup. Sudden elevation frequently leads to pride and a fall. The most exacting test of all to survive is prosperity.”
— Oswald Chambers

56. “Worship and intercession must go together, the one is impossible without the other. Intercession means that we rouse ourselves up to get the mind of Christ about the one for whom we pray.”
— Oswald Chambers

57. “Sanctification means more than being freed from sin. It means the deliberate commitment of myself to the God of my salvation, and being willing to pay whatever it may cost.”
— Oswald Chambers

58. “The knowledge that God has loved me beyond all limits will compel me to go into the world to love others in the same way.”
— Oswald Chambers

59. “When God gives you a vision and darkness follows, wait. God will bring the vision He has given you to reality in your life if you will wait on His timing. Never try to help God fulfill His word.”
— Oswald Chambers

60. “The real business of your life as a saved soul is intercessory prayer.”
— Oswald Chambers

61. “Solitude with God repairs the damage done by the fret and noise and clamor of the world.”
— Oswald Chambers

62. “We are not responsible for the circumstances we are in, but we are responsible for the way we allow those circumstances to affect us; we can either allow them to get on top of us or we can allow them to transform us into what God wants us to be.”
— Oswald Chambers

63. “If I obey Jesus Christ, the redemption of God will flow through me to the lives of others, because behind the deed of obedience is the reality of Almighty God.”
— Oswald Chambers

64. “Obedience to the call of Christ nearly always costs everything to two people- the one who is called, and the one who loves that one.”
— Oswald Chambers

65. “Live in a constant state of expectancy, and leave room for God to come in as He decides.”
— Oswald Chambers

66. “Get into the habit of dealing with God about everything.”
— Oswald Chambers

67. “Remember Whose you are and Whom you serve.”
— Oswald Chambers

68. “Be relentless and hard on yourself if you are in the habit of talking about the experiences you have had. Faith-based on experience is not faith; faith based on God’s revealed truth is the only faith there is.”
— Oswald Chambers

69. “We look for visions of heaven and we never dream that all the time God is in the commonplace things and people around us.”
— Oswald Chambers

70. “Faith is unutterable trust in God, trust which never dreams that He will not stand by us.”
— Oswald Chambers

71. “No love of the natural heart is safe unless the human heart has been satisfied by God FIRST.”
— Oswald Chambers

72. “At His Ascension our Lord entered Heaven, and He keeps the door open for humanity to enter.”
— Oswald Chambers

73. “Whenever the insistence is on the point that God answers prayer, we are off the track. The meaning of prayer is that we get hold of God, not of the answer.”
— Oswald Chambers

74. “The greatest word of Jesus to His disciples is abandoned.”
— Oswald Chambers

75. “I have never met the man I could despair of after discerning what lies in me apart from the grace of God.”
— Oswald Chambers

76. “Faith never knows where it is being led, it knows and loves the One Who is leading. Faith is not resignation to a power we do not know; faith is committal to One Whose character we do know because it has been revealed to us in Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

77. “There is no condition of life in which we cannot abide in Jesus. We have to learn to abide in Him wherever we are placed.”
— Oswald Chambers

78. “In a conflict of loyalty, obey Jesus at all costs.”
— Oswald Chambers

79. “We are not sent to do battle for God, but to be used by God in His battles.”
— Oswald Chambers

80. “There is only One Being who can satisfy the last aching abyss of the human heart, and that is the Lord Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

81. “Leave the Irreparable Past in His hands, and step out into the Irresistible Future with Him.”
— Oswald Chambers

82. “We should always choose our books as God chooses our friends, just a bit beyond us, so that we have to do our level best to keep up with them.”
— Oswald Chambers

83. “My unrestrained commitment of myself to God gives the Holy Spirit the opportunity to grant to me the holiness of Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

84. “Be rightly related to God, find your joy there, and out of you will flow rivers of living water.”
— Oswald Chambers

85. “We are not to preach the doing of good things; good deeds are not to be preached, they are to be performed.”
— Oswald Chambers

86. “Having the reality of God’s presence is not dependent on our being in a particular circumstance or place, but is only dependent on our determination to keep the Lord before us continually.”
— Oswald Chambers

87. “Certainty is the mark of the commonsense life-gracious uncertainty is the mark of the spiritual life.”
— Oswald Chambers

88. “Narrow all your interests until the attitude of mind and heart and body is concentrated on Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

89. “When you meet a man or woman who puts Jesus Christ first, knit that one to your soul.”
— Oswald Chambers

90. “Faith for my deliverance is not faith in God. Faith means, whether I am visibly delivered or not, I will stick to my belief that God is love.”
— Oswald Chambers

91. “The great thing about faith in God is that it keeps a man undisturbed in the midst of disturbance.”
— Oswald Chambers

92. “Jesus Christ carries on intercession for us in heaven; the Holy Ghost carries on intercession in us on earth; and we the saints have to carry on intercession for all men.”
— Oswald Chambers

93. “Angels cannot preach the gospel, only beings such as Paul and you and I can preach the gospel.”
— Oswald Chambers

94. “The great enemy of the life of faith in God is not sin, but the good which is not good enough. The good is always the enemy of the best.”
— Oswald Chambers

95. “It must be God first, God second, and God third.”
— Oswald Chambers

96. “Disillusionment means having no more misconceptions, false impressions, and false judgments in life; it means being free from these deceptions. Refusing to be disillusioned is the cause of much of the suffering of human life.”
— Oswald Chambers

97. “Sin is blatant mutiny against God.”
— Oswald Chambers

98. “Take care lest you play the hypocrite by spending all your time trying to get others right before you worship God yourself.”
— Oswald Chambers

99. “It is not what a man does that is of final importance, but what he is in what he does. The atmosphere produced by a man, much more than his activities, has the lasting influence.”
— Oswald Chambers

100. “God makes us as broken bread and poured-out wine to please Him. Beware of competing calls once the call of God grips you.”
— Oswald Chambers

101. “You may often have to watch Jesus Christ wreck a life before He saves it.”
— Oswald Chambers

102. “The height of the mountaintop is measured by the drab drudgery of the valley.”
— Oswald Chambers

103. “If God has made your cup sweet, drink it with grace; if He has made it bitter, drink it in communion with Him.”
— Oswald Chambers

104. “Self-pity is of the devil, and if I wallow in it, I cannot be used by God for his purpose in the world.”
— Oswald Chambers

105. “Eternal life is not a gift from God; eternal life is the gift OF GOD.”
— Oswald Chambers

106. “Jesus Christ reveals, not an embarrassed God, not a confused God, not a God who stands apart from the problems, but One who stands in the thick of the whole thing with man.”
— Oswald Chambers

107. “We are in danger of being stern where God is tender, and of being tender where God is stern.”
— Oswald Chambers

108. “Prayer is the answer to every problem there is.”
— Oswald Chambers

109. “Holiness is the balance between my nature and the law of God as expressed in Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

110. “We give credit to human wisdom when we should give credit to the divine guidance of God being exhibited through childlike people who were “foolish” enough to trust God’s wisdom and His supernatural equipment.”
— Oswald Chambers

111. “Our work begins where God’s grace has laid the foundation; we are not to save souls, but to disciple them.”
— Oswald Chambers

112. “Never say you will pray about a thing; pray about it.”
— Oswald Chambers

113. “We pray when there’s nothing else we can do, but God wants us to pray before we do anything at all.”
— Oswald Chambers

114. “My worth to God in public is what I am in private.”
— Oswald Chambers

115. “Confidence in the natural world is self-reliance; in the spiritual world, it is God-reliance.”
— Oswald Chambers

116. “We shall find that the spheres God brings us into are not meant to teach us something but to make us something.”
— Oswald Chambers

117. “Temptations in the life of faith are not accidents; each temptation is part of a plan, a step in the progress of faith.”
— Oswald Chambers

118. “God never gives us discernment in order that we may criticize, but that we may intercede.”
— Oswald Chambers

119. “Too often we treat prayer as the preparation for the work of the church. Do you not see? Prayer IS the work of the church.”
— Oswald Chambers

120. “The battle is lost or won in the secret places of the will before God, never first in the external world.”
— Oswald Chambers

121. “Our spiritual life cannot be measured by success as the world measures it, but only by what God pours through us- and we cannot measure that at all.”
— Oswald Chambers

122. “The root of all sin is the suspicion that God is not good.”
— Oswald Chambers

123. “It is in the middle that human choices are made; the beginning and the end remain with God. The decrees of God are birth and death, and in between those limits man makes his own distress or joy.”
— Oswald Chambers

124. “All of God’s people are ordinary people who have been made extraordinary by the purpose He has given them.”
— Oswald Chambers

125. “The whole point of getting things done is knowing what to leave undone.”
— Oswald Chambers

126. “It is impossible to get exhausted in work for God. We get exhausted because we try to do God’s work in our own way.”
— Oswald Chambers

127. “The central point of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ is a personal relationship with Him, not public usefulness to others.”
— Oswald Chambers

128. “There is no need to get to a place of prayer; pray wherever you are.”
— Oswald Chambers

129. “When you are in the dark, listen, and God will give you a very precious message.”
— Oswald Chambers

130. “Whenever the conviction of God’s Spirit comes there is the softening of the whole nature to obey; but if the obedience is not instant there will come a metallic hardening and a corrupting of the guidance of God.”
— Oswald Chambers

131. “If we think of prayer as the breath of our lungs and the blood from our hearts, we think rightly. The blood flows and the breathing continues – we are not conscious of it but it is always going on.”
— Oswald Chambers

132. “The Bible talks plentifully about joy, but it nowhere talks about a ‘happy Christian.’ Happiness depends on what happens; joy does not. Remember, Jesus Christ had joy, and He prayed ‘that they might have my joy fulfilled in themselves.’”
— Oswald Chambers

133. “God will never reveal more truth about himself until you have obeyed what you know already.”
— Oswald Chambers

134. “Christianity is not consistency to conscience or to convictions; Christianity is being true to Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

135. “God can do nothing for me until I recognize the limits of what is humanly possible, allowing Him to do the impossible.”
— Oswald Chambers

136. “Happiness depends on what happens; joy does not.”
— Oswald Chambers

137. “All Christians have the Spirit of Christ, but not all Christians have the mind of Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

138. “There is a call to spiritual perseverance. A call not to hang on and do nothing, but to work deliberately, knowing with certainty that God will never be defeated.”
— Oswald Chambers

139. “The great paralysis of our heart is unbelief.”
— Oswald Chambers

140. “God expects no complaining on our part and offers no explanation on His part.”
— Oswald Chambers

141. “We have become so self-centered that we go to God only for something from Him, and not for God Himself.”
— Oswald Chambers

142. “Get to the end of yourself where you can do nothing, but where He does everything.”
— Oswald Chambers

143. “In times of prosperity, we are apt to forget God; we imagine it does not matter whether we recognize Him or not. As long as we are comfortably clothed and fed and looked after, our civilization becomes an elaborate means of ignoring God.”
— Oswald Chambers

144. “Whenever you get a blessing from God, give it back to Him as a love gift.”
— Oswald Chambers

145. “Many people have turned back because they are afraid to look at things from God’s perspective. The greatest spiritual crisis comes when a person has to move a little farther on in his faith than the beliefs he has already accepted.”
— Oswald Chambers

146. “Jesus Christ can afford to be misunderstood; we cannot. Our weakness lies in always wanting to vindicate ourselves.”
— Oswald Chambers

147. “It is not true to say that God wants to teach us something in our trials. Through every cloud He brings our way, He wants us to unlearn something…”
— Oswald Chambers

148. “There is actually only one thing you can dedicate to God, and that is your right to yourself. If you will give God your right to yourself, He will make a holy experiment out of you – and His experiments always succeed.”
— Oswald Chambers

149. “Spend plenty of time with God; let other things go, but don’t neglect Him. We are not here to do work for God, we are here to be workers with Him, those through whom He can do His work.”
— Oswald Chambers

150. “Trust completely in God, and when He brings you to a new opportunity of adventure, offering it to you, see that you take it.”
— Oswald Chambers

151. “If I obey Jesus Christ in the seemingly random circumstances of life, they become pinholes through which I see the face of God.”
— Oswald Chambers

152. “The only right a Christian has is the right to give up his rights.”
— Oswald Chambers

153. “Quit praying about yourself and spend your life for the sake of others as the bondservant of Jesus. That is the true meaning of being broken bread and poured-out wine in real life.”
— Oswald Chambers

154. “Living a life of faith means never knowing where you are being led.”
— Oswald Chambers

155. “Obey Him with glad reckless joy.”
— Oswald Chambers

156. “God does not expect us to imitate Jesus Christ; He expects us to allow the life of Jesus to be manifested in our moral flesh.”
— Oswald Chambers

157. “The moment we recognize our complete weakness and our dependence upon Him will be the very moment that the Spirit of God will exhibit His power.”
— Oswald Chambers

158. “The center of salvation is the Cross of Jesus, and the reason it is so easy to obtain salvation is because it cost God so much.”
— Oswald Chambers

159. “The real attitude of sin in the heart towards God is that of being without God; it is pride, the worship of myself, that is the great atheistic fact in human life.”
— Oswald Chambers

160. “Doubt is not always a sign that a man is wrong; it may be a sign that he is thinking.”
— Oswald Chambers

161. “Don’t plan without God. God seems to have a delightful way of upsetting the plans we have made when we have not taken Him into account.”
— Oswald Chambers

162. “If we obey God it is going to cost other people more than it costs us, and that is where the sting comes in. If we are in love with our Lord, obedience does not cost us anything, it is a delight, but it costs those who do not love Him a good deal.”
— Oswald Chambers

163. “By the supernatural miracle of God’s grace, I stand justified, not because I am sorry for my sin, not because I have repented, but because of what Jesus has done.”
— Oswald Chambers

164. “The best measure of a spiritual life is not its ecstasies but its obedience.”
— Oswald Chambers

165. “Beware of reasoning about God’s Word – obey It.”
— Oswald Chambers

166. “The characteristic of the new birth is that I yield myself so completely to God that Christ is formed in me.”
— Oswald Chambers

167. “The Christian life is one of spiritual courage and determination lived out in our flesh.”
— Oswald Chambers

168. “Let the consequences of your obedience be left up to God.”
— Oswald Chambers

169. “The moral miracle of redemption is that God can put a new nature into me through which I can live a totally new life.”
— Oswald Chambers

170. “Never focus your eyes on the obstacle or the difficulty. The obstacle will be a matter of total indifference to the river that will flow steadily through you if you will simply remember to stay focused on the Source.”
— Oswald Chambers

171. “God’s training ground, where the missionary weapons are found, is the hidden, personal, worshiping life of the saint.”
— Oswald Chambers

172. “Only one in a thousand sits down in the midst of it all and says – I will watch my Father mend this. God must not be treated as a hospital for our broken “toys,” but as our Father.”
— Oswald Chambers

173. “You must learn to wrestle against the things that hinder your communication with God.”
— Oswald Chambers

174. “When we discern that people are not going on spiritually and allow the discernment to turn to criticism, we block our way to God. God never gives us discernment in order that we may criticize, but that we may intercede.”
— Oswald Chambers

175. “Jesus Christ became Incarnate for one purpose, to make a way back to God that man might stand before Him as He was created to do, the friend and lover of God Himself.”
— Oswald Chambers

176. “Never run before God gives you His direction. If you have the slightest doubt, then He is not guiding. Whenever there is doubt-wait.”
— Oswald Chambers

177. “Never make a principle out of your experience. Allow God to be as creative with others as He is with you.”
— Oswald Chambers

178. “The Bible does not thrill; the Bible nourishes. Give time to the reading of the Bible and the recreating effect is as real as that of fresh air physically.”
— Oswald Chambers

179. “Grace is the overflowing favor of God, and you can always count on it being available to draw upon as needed.”
— Oswald Chambers

180. “Every time we pray our horizon is altered, our attitude to things is altered, not sometimes but every time, and the amazing thing is that we don’t pray more.”
— Oswald Chambers

181. “The voice of the Spirit is as gentle as a zephyr, so gentle that unless you are living in perfect communion with God, you never hear it.”
— Oswald Chambers

182. “It never cost a disciple anything to follow Jesus; to talk about cost when you are in love with anyone is an insult.”
— Oswald Chambers

183. “No power on earth or in hell can conquer the Spirit of God in a human spirit.”
— Oswald Chambers

184. “Keep your life in its constant contact with God that his surprising power may break out on the right hand and on the left. Always be in a state of expectancy, and see that you leave room for God to come in as he likes.”
— Oswald Chambers

185. “Trust no one, not even the finest saint who ever walked this earth, ignore him, if he hinders your sight of Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

186. “There is no greater threat to our devotion to Christ than our service for Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

187. “When obedience is in the ascendant, He will tax the remotest star and the last grain of sand to assist you with all His Almighty power.”
— Oswald Chambers

188. “God is patient with the process! Think of the enormous leisure of God! He is never in a hurry.”
— Oswald Chambers

189. “No matter who or what we are, God restores us to right standing with Himself only by means of the death of Jesus Christ.”
— Oswald Chambers

190. “Satan does not tempt us just to make us do wrong things- he tempts us to make us lose what God has put into us through regeneration, namely, the possibility of being of value to God.”
— Oswald Chambers

191. “The life of faith is not a life of mounting up with wings, but a life of walking and not fainting.”
— Oswald Chambers

192. “We are built for the valley, for the ordinary stuff we are in, and that is where we have to prove our mettle.”
— Oswald Chambers

193. “We must learn to live in the ordinary ‘gray’ day according to what we saw on the mountain.”
— Oswald Chambers

194. “The greatest competitor of devotion to Jesus is service for Him.”
— Oswald Chambers

195. “The battle of prayer is against two things in the earthlies: wandering thoughts and lack of intimacy with God’s character as revealed in His word. Neither can be cured at once, but they can be cured by discipline.”
— Oswald Chambers

196. “The golden rule for understanding spiritually is not intellect, but obedience. If a man wants scientific knowledge, intellectual curiosity is his guide; but if he wants insight into what Jesus Christ teaches, he can only get it by obedience.”
— Oswald Chambers

197. “The one thing for which we are all being disciplined is to know that God is real. As soon as God becomes real, other people become shadows. Nothing that other saints do or say can ever perturb the one who is built on God.”
— Oswald Chambers

198. “Prayer is simple, prayer is supernatural, and to anyone not related to our Lord Jesus Christ, prayer is apt to look stupid.”
— Oswald Chambers

199. “Intercession means raising ourselves up to the point of getting the mind of Christ regarding the person for whom we are praying.”
— Oswald Chambers

200. “We look upon prayer simply as a means of getting things for ourselves, but the biblical purpose of prayer is that we may get to know God Himself.”
— Oswald Chambers

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