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About My Utmost for His Highest

Get inspiration on-the-go! Download Oswald Chambers’ My Utmost for His Highest daily devotional to help you strengthen your relationship with God.

FEATURES
* 365 days of thought-provoking devotions.
* Automatically opens to the current daily reading.
* Adjustable font size and low-light setting for easy reading.
* Share daily readings via email and post links to Facebook and Twitter.
* Bookmark favorite readings for personal reference.
* Maintain a private journal on daily readings for personal reflection.
* Backup and synchronize your bookmarks and journal entries across all your devices by registering.

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I love it..
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This devotional is my favorite. Oswald offers a deeper, more intellectual format that challenges one to walk closer with the Lord instead of many fluffy "feel good" devotions that don't call you to a higher ...
C Pratt