My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers | Intercessory Prayer

…men always ought to pray and not lose heart. —Luke 18:1   You cannot truly intercede through prayer if you do not believe in the reality of redemption. Instead, you will simply be turning intercession into useless sympathy for others, which will serve only to increase the contentment they have for remaining out of touch … More My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers | Intercessory Prayer

My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers | Individuality

The characteristics of individuality are independence and self-will. We hinder our spiritual growth more than any other way by continually asserting our individuality. If you say, “I can’t believe,” it is because your individuality is blocking the way; individuality can never believe. But our spirit cannot help believing. Watch yourself closely when the Spirit of … More My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers | Individuality

My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers | The Offering of the Natural

Paul was not dealing with sin in this chapter of Galatians, but with the relation of the natural to the spiritual. The natural can be turned into the spiritual only through sacrifice. Without this a person will lead a divided life. Why did God demand that the natural must be sacrificed? God did not demand … More My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers | The Offering of the Natural

Why knowing about Jesus Christ is not enough | Christianity Today

The letters (or epistles) Paul has written to the various Christian community Churches are becoming more inspiring. In a new article series Christianity Today is running, we read what Alister McGrath has to say about Phillipians Chapter 3. In the community group for Ballard Church, we are discussing this very nature and idea of what … More Why knowing about Jesus Christ is not enough | Christianity Today