After 15 years of public ministry, Oswald Chambers died suddenly at age 43. A ruptured appendix and consequent complications cut Chambers’s life short in late 1917. He had moved his family to Egypt in 1915, to serve as a YMCA chaplain to troops during World War I. It seemed an unbelievably tragic end to a life of promise. But it wasn’t the end. His wife, whose ambition to become secretary to England’s prime minister prompted her
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