“With me, abortion is not a problem of religion, it’s a problem of the Constitution. I believe that until and unless someone can establish that the unborn child is not a living human being, then that child is already protected by the Constitution, which guarantees life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness to all of […]
My Utmost for His Highest (Discovery House Publishers; Revised edition , June 1, 1992)
I would like to share with you one of my favorite Bible devotionals. I consider it a must-have to own in your personal library. Here are some of the reasons that I have added this book to my daily devotional time:
- Short, easy daily reads
- Practical, Biblical applications for your life
- One clear topic per day
- Comes in many formats – hardcover, paperback, digital, audio
- 1 devotional for every day of the year
- Good for study, edification, and training
- Travels easily
This edition of Oswald Chambers’ golden book combines all of the features of the updated language edition while preserving the meaning and style of the author. Men and women the world over return again and again to the words of Oswald Chambers in the most popular devotional book ever published. This book has 411 reviews on Amazon—357 are five stars! I have the digital edition and have it on multiple devices, which gives me the opportunity to read it on my Kindle, iPad, smart phone or computer.
Quotes by Oswald Chambers on Hartian.com
“The tragedy of disbelieving in God is not that a person ends up believing in nothing, alas it is much worse, a person may end up believing in anything.”
Where did the holiday Thanksgiving come from? How did we start celebrating? Does it have it’s roots in God almighty? Read the text from Proclamation 118 where President Lincoln establishes Thanksgiving.
Happiness in this world, when it comes, comes incidentally. Make it the object of pursuit, and it leads us on a wild-goose chase, and is never attained. Follow some other object and very possibly we may find that we have caught happiness without dreaming of it. Nathaniel Hawthorne Is this not what Jesus said in […]
It is not true to say that God wants to teach us something in our trials: through every cloud He brings, He wants us to unlearn something.
There are those in America today who have come to depend absolutely on government for their security. And when government fails they seek to rectify that failure in the form of granting government more power. So, as government has failed to control crime and violence with the means given it by the Constitution, they seek to give it more power at the expense of the Constitution. But in doing so, in their willingness to give up their arms in the name of safety, they are really giving up their protection from what has always been the chief source of despotism — government. Lord Acton said power corrupts. Surely then, if this is true, the more power we give the government the more corrupt it will become. And if we give it the power to confiscate our arms we also give up the ultimate means to combat that corrupt power. In doing so we can only assure that we will eventually be totally subject to it. When dictators come to power, the first thing they do is take away the people’s weapons. It makes it so much easier for the secret police to operate, it makes it so much easier to force the will of the ruler upon the ruled.
Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first.
They tell us we must learn to live with less, and teach our children that their lives will be less full and prosperous than ours have been; that the America of the coming years will be a place where — because of our past excesses — it will be impossible to dream and make those dreams come true. I don’t believe that. And, I don’t believe you do either. That is why I am seeking the presidency. I cannot and will not stand by and see this great country destroy itself. Our leaders attempt to blame their failures on circumstances beyond their control, on false estimates by unknown, unidentifiable experts who rewrite modern history in an attempt to convince us our high standard of living, the result of thrift and hard work, is somehow selfish extravagance which we must renounce as we join in sharing scarcity. I don’t agree that our nation must resign itself to inevitable decline, yielding its proud position to other hands. I am totally unwilling to see this country fail in its obligation to itself and to the other free peoples of the world.
“Those who would trade our freedom for the soup kitchen of the welfare state have told us that they have a utopian solution of peace without victory. They call their policy “accommodation.” And they say if we only avoid any direct confrontation with the enemy, he will forget his evil ways and learn to love us. All who oppose them are indicted as warmongers.”