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For those of you who are fans of Oswald Chambers and his classic spiritual book, My Utmost for His Highest, did you know Oswald Chambers thought his original calling from God was to be a visual artist and musician? Oswald Chambers had a deep love for God, creativity, and the arts. Though millions have read and loved My Utmost for His Highest, many do not know that Chambers studied at London’s Royal Academy of Art between 1895-1896. A gifted art»
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Attempts at Honesty Christian Blog - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and Culture by Oswald Chambers What is needed to-day is not a new gospel, but live men and women who can re-state the Gospel of the Son of God in terms that will reach the very heart of our problems. To-day men are flinging the truth overboard as well as the terms. Why should we not become workmen who need not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth to our o»
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Attempts at Honesty Christian Blog - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and CultureThe appeal made in Christian work nowadays is that we must keep ourselves fit for our work, we must not; we must be in the hands of God for God to do exactly what He likes with us, and that means disentanglement from everything that would hinder His purpose. If you want to remain a full-orbed grape you must keep out of God’s hands for He will crush you, wi»
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Article | Prayer >
 
Using the Lord's Prayer as a template, Mike Mobley shares a number of reasons why we all should pray more often.
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When do your beliefs about God become more important than God himself?
Article | Missions >
 
A reflection on the cost of obedience to God
Article | Relationships >
 
What relationship is your highest priority?
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Qualities of good leaders
Article | Bible Study >
 
Why did Job suffer? Dusty Rayburn offers an answer.