A. W. Tozer. This book decries much of modern worship as entertainment and pleads for “a return to the genuine: a worship in spirit and truth, in praise and adoration, in humility and love.” 128 pages; paper; Moody.
A. W. Tozer. “The crucified life is a life wholly given over to the Lord in absolute humility and obedience: a sacrifice pleasing to the Lord.” Thus Tozer urges Christians to not be satisfied with being a “thirtyfold” Christian but … Read More
A. W. Tozer, compiled by Warren Wiersbe. Many of Tozer’s best essays have been brought together in this volume. It contains excerpts from The Pursuit of God, Born After Midnight, God Tells the Man Who Cares, The Root of the … Read More
This book examines various aspects of one central topic: the relationship of God with mankind. It is man’s duty and privilege to “glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” Some of the themes explored are leaving your old life behind, making … Read More
A. W. Tozer. Anyone who has enjoyed other books by Tozer will find this book equally thought-provoking. Chapter titles include Living an Exchanged Life, Will and Emotion in Christian Life,and Living the God-Conscious Life. 170 pages; paper; Moody.