The Love Of God (book review)

The Love Of GodAs I have often said, Oswald Chambers challenges me to think more deeply and broadly like few others can. This collection of books (there are six of them in this one volume) under the heading The Love Of God is no different.

And thinking is what this collection of books is all about. This is a series of lectures and sermons which caused me to rethink not the various biblical doctrines I have learned, but the application of those doctrines to my daily life. This is just what Oswald Chambers had in mind. For one set of lectures, Chamber wrote this introduction—

“The object of these studies is to stimulate thinking along Christian lines. So many among us have a good spiritual experience, but have never thought things out on Christian lines. It is just as true that a man may live a Christian life without thinking it as that a man may think the Christian life without living it; but to combine the two means that great help may be rendered during times of confusion, turmoil and tension like the present. Bear in mind that Christian growth is based on the regeneration of a man’s soul through Redemption.” (emphasis in his original)

If you want to have your thinking stretched, this is the book for you!

2 Responses to “The Love Of God (book review)”

  1. 12 Quotes From “The Love Of God” | Craig T. Owens Says:

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