Finally ‘My Utmost For His Highest’, one of the most enduring bestsellers of our time. This distinctive Christian classic, with its rich, spiritual insights and life-changing perspectives, has now been faithfully translated for a new generation.
This completely revised edition of Oswald Chambers’ best-known work uses up-to-date language and the clear and accurate New King James Version text. This new edition is approved and authorized by the Oswald Chambers Publications Association, Ltd.
Original edition – If we lose the vision, we alone are responsible, and the way we lose the vision is by spiritual leakage. If we do not run our belief about God into practical issues, it is all up with the vision God has given. The only way to be obedient to the heavenly vision is to give our utmost for God’s highest…
Revised edition – If we lose “the heavenly vision” God has given us, we alone are responsible – not God. We lose the vision because of our own lack of spiritual growth. If we do not apply our beliefs about God to the issues of everyday life, the vision God has given us will never be fulfilled. The only way to be obedient to “the heavenly vision” is to give our utmost for His highest – our best for His glory…
What Others Are Saying
This contemporary version of Chambers’ classic book is a delight to read and a joy to ponder. I rejoice that a new generation of serious Christians now has access to the treasures Oswald Chambers bequeathed to us.
Warren W. Wiersbe
‘My Utmost for His Highest’ is a devotional of fresh and vital insights, even after 75 years. Three cheers for this new edition!
Joni Eareckson Tada
Praise God! A new generation is on the brink of receiving a bright new edition of this classic!
Jack W. Hayford
‘My Utmost for His Highest’ is one of a kind. It has been a source of challenge and blessing in my own life for years. I am delighted to see this new publication. I don’t think anyone can read it consistently without being a better servant of Christ.
Ruth Bell Graham
Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) was born in July 24, 1874, in Aberdeen, Scotland. Converted in his teen years under the ministry of Charles Haddon Spurgeon, he studied art and archaeology at the University of Edinburgh before answering a call from God to the Christian ministry. He then studied theology at Dunoon College. From 1906-10 he conducted an itinerate