The Words of our Lord – Oswald Chambers

The Words of our Lord - Oswald Chambers

“The words of our Lord sound from those blessed Palestinian days with a deeper, truer significance ‘If any man would come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me’, that is, I must never do God’s will according to my will.

That surely is the very essence of Satan’s temptation of our Lord, and of every sanctified soul–‘Take your right to yourself and do God’s will according to your own sanctified understanding of it’. ‘Never!’ said Jesus, ‘For I am come down from heaven, not to do Mine own will, but the will of Him that sent Me’; and in the hour when dilemma perplexes him, the waves and the billows overwhelm him, and the noise of the water-spouts deafen him, the disciple learns the meaning of his Master’s ‘Follow Me.’”

– Chambers, Oswald: Christian Disciplines

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