Nearly one year ago, I happened upon Paul Lindell’s copy of Oswald Chamber’s well-known devotional My Utmost for His Highest. We’ve been periodically posting to the Prayer League social accounts some of the excerpts which had been highlighted by Paul. It is quite intriguing to step back in time and capture a glimpse of the words that fell aright in the lives of those who founded our mission.
In our library here at the Prayer League, we have a number of other books written by Oswald Chambers and owned, read, and highlighted by Paul Lindell. Inspired by the read/tweet activity of @ToddAdkins, I would like to begin a journey through these books. It will likely be a slow journey. I suppose the Minnesota winter might just be long enough. If you’re interested, follow me on Twitter @UaMV. I’ll let you know if I plan for a regularly scheduled reading time.
Other posts in this #MissionText series:
• The Graciousness of Uncertainty • The Making of a Christian • Now Is It Possible— • The Discipline of Divine Guidance • The Fighting Chance • The Message of Invincible Consolation • The Discipline of Loneliness • #MissionText: Considering Copyright • Thy Great Redemption • Talks on the Soul of a Christian • The Highest Good • Our Brilliant Heritage