Oswald Chambers Oswald Chambers (1874–1917) was a preacher, writer, and evangelist. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, he was educated in The Art School in South Kensington, the University of Edinburg, and in theology in Dunoon Training
School, where he became a tutor in philosophy. From 1906 to 1907, he engaged in a round-the-world preaching tour among Methodist and Holiness groups.
Chambers worked with the League of Prayer from 1907 to 1910, and was Principal of the League's Bible Training School from 1911 to 1915. From 1915 to his death in 1917, he served among British soldiers in Egypt as a YMCA worker. His numerous books
are mainly compilations of his messages—the most popular being My Utmost For His Highest.
The Reverend Oswald Chambers was an evangelist throughout the United Kingdom, America and Japan. In 1915 he traveled to Egypt to work with the YMCA in Zeitoun ministering to soldiers there, and it was here that he suffered from an attack of appendicitis
that ultimately took his life. Biddy Chambers, Oswald’s wife, took meticulous notes on his various sermons and talks and had them published.
Oswald Chambers was a man unbridled by the world and its desires. Some say he was one of the greatest Christian thinkers of our time. He would say if any credit is given, let it go to Jesus Christ, his Lord and Savior. Much like the apostle Paul, life
for Oswald Chambers was but an open opportunity to glorify God.
- ↑ http://withchrist.org/MJS/chambers.htm
- ↑ http://www.wheaton.edu/learnres/ARCSC/collects/sc122/
- ↑ http://www.intouch.org/myintouch/mighty/portraits/oswald_chambers_213668.html