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PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. As of today we have 78,, The Pursuit of God MAN - THE DWELLING PLACE OF GOD by A. W. Tozer. The supremest interest in the life of A. W. Tozer was God: He who spoke and brought the world into being, Who justly rules over men and nations, yet deigns to . Tozer –– Knowledge of the Holy Knowledge Of The Holy by. A.W. Tozer. Table of Contents. PREFACE. CHAPTER 1 Why We Must Think Rightly About God.

He was alive when they hung Him on that cross and completely dead when they took him down six hours later. That was the cross the first time it appeared in Christian history. After Christ was risen from the dead the apostles went out to preach His message, and what they preached was the cross.

And wherever they went into the wide world they carried the cross, and the same revolutionary power went with them. The radical message of the cross transformed Saul of Tarsus and changed him from a persecutor of Christians to a tender believer and an apostle of the faith.

Its power changed bad men into good ones. It shook off the long bondage of paganism and altered completely the whole moral and mental outlook of the Western world. All this it did and continued to do as long as it was permitted to remain what it had been originally, a cross.

Its power departed when it was changed from a thing of death to a thing of beauty.

When men made of it a symbol, hung it around their necks as an ornament or made its outline before their faces as a magic sign to ward off evil, then it became at best a weak emblem, at worst a positive fetish. As such it is revered today by millions who know absolutely nothing about its power.

The cross effects its ends by destroying one established pattern, the victim's, and creating another pattern, its own.

Thus it always has its way. God and I; here is the beginning and the end of personal reli Among those earlier leaders was Daniel Webster whose blazing eyes and When our mother Eve listened to Satans sly innuendoes against the character of God she began to entertain a doubt of His integrity and right there the doors were opened to the incoming of every possible evil, and It is much easier to pra Still, I must voice the caution that our craze for "activity" brings very few enriching benefits into our Christian circles.

Look into the churches, and you will find groups According to this definition, God has few admirers among Christians today.

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Many are they The great Bible saints were, above all, enraptured lovers of God. The psalms celebrate the love which David and a few others The part of wisdom is to accept our Christian brothers and sisters for what they are rather than fo For it speaks of the approaching end, the time when it may be said,?

The summer is ended, and we are not saved.? It would be We may not in a thousand years be able to feel a surge of emotion toward certain "neighbors," but we c The man of God may labor on in complete trust and in full expectation of success, provided he is aware of a few basic truths.

One is that however different people may be in externals, they are all alike fundamentally. That in us to which the Christian me That fact is noteworthy.

A.W. Tozer (1897 - 1963)

To be more explicit, men believe God to be whimsical, and consequently expect Him to be impulsive and unpredictable in His dealings with mankind. I am just of the opinion that we are often too casual and there are too many tricks that can be used to make soul winning encounters completely "painless" and a If anyone ministers, let him do it as with the ability which God supplies, that in all things God may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom belong the glory and the dominion forever and ever.

In his faith, Abraham was against idolatry and idol-making, but that was not his crusade. Because of his faith, God led him into a promi Christianity is nothing if not moral. But the test of moral goodness is not enough.

Every man must submit his work to the scriptural test. No man is ever the same after God has laid His hand upon him.

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He will have certain marks, and though they are not easy to detect perhaps we may cautiously name a few. Another mark of the Spirit's working is a mighty moral discontent. Godhead of the Eternal Son. Great Double Cross Matthew Great God of All Creation, The. He by Himself Purged Our Sins.

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Second Coming of Christ, The.That was the cross the first time it appeared in Christian history. In it Tozer reminds us that we are here to be worshipers first and workers second. But the test of moral goodness is not enough.

This small volume focuses on the greatness of God and the honor due Him in worship. In spit The cross of the Roman times knew no compromise; it never made concessions.

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