All posts tagged Biddy Chambers

Utmost Ongoing: Reflections on the Legacy of Oswald Chambers

Utmost Ongoing: Reflections on the Legacy of Oswald Chambers, Biddy Chambers, Joni Eareckson Tada, My Utmost for His HIghest, essays about Oswald Chambers

I’ve written an essay for Utmost Ongoing: Reflections on the Legacy of Oswald Chambers. Published by Discovery House in October, 2017, Utmost Ongoing honors Oswald Chambers’ ministry 100 years following his death through a series of essays. I’ve written a great deal about My Utmost for His Highest on my blog. (See a list of […]

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An Oswald Chambers Bibliography

A bibliography is a list of books related to a subject, usually used while writing a book. While writing my biography, Mrs. Oswald Chambers, I reviewed many of these books and websites. Given all the information below, why read my book? Mrs. Oswald Chambers provides insights into the hows and whys of My Utmost for […]

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A Word from God and Biddy Chambers

Word from God, Biddy Chambers, Oswald Chambers' death, what is a word from God? What if a word from God doesn't come true? My Utmost for His Highest

What does it mean to get a word from God? The conventional idea behind a “word from God,” is that He gives you a passage of Scripture at a certain point that you grab hold of. It needs to come from the Bible, otherwise you cannot be sure it really comes from God. Biddy and […]

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The Inspiration Behind Mrs. Oswald Chambers

What was the inspiration behind Mrs. Oswald Chambers? asked many interviewers. It’s a fair question. Why would I spend two years of my life researching and writing about a woman who died in 1966? I never met her. I’d never heard of her until 2012. What was it about Biddy Chambers that intrigued me so? First […]

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The London Blitz Test for Biddy’s Resilience (Part IV)

Blitz, Resilience, Biddy Chambers, Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest, crematorium of England's books, St. Paul's Cathedral, London WWII

The London Blitz provided the utmost opportunity for Biddy Chambers to demonstrate resilience. I’ve written before about what happened on December 29, 1940 here. All 40,000 copies of Oswald Chambers-authored books burned in the warehouses surrounding St. Paul’s Cathedral. As did 1,000,000 others books in what one magazine described as “the crematorium of England‘s books.” […]

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