6 edition of The pursuit of God found in the catalog.
|Other titles||A 31-day experience, A thirty-one day experience|
|Statement||A.W. Tozer ; compiled by Edythe Draper.|
|LC Classifications||BV4817 .T6 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||208 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||95071543|
This man was a very spirit filled man and it comes through so wonderfully in his writings and sermons. We need to seek deliverance from our vain and weakening wish to go back and recover the past. The theme dealt with has to do with the basic idea of "finding God" vs. It is because of this separation that we now have to seek to enter the presence of God. His words are visually communicated through the creation of the bible. Chapter 7: The Gaze of the Soul From Johnwe understand that just as the people who looked on the brass serpent lived, those who look on the Lord Jesus on the cross shall live.
We must continue to pursue him and experience him, despite obstacles which stand in our way such as the fear of being found out as inadequate, complacency, or perhaps worst of all, the dividing of the Christian life into The pursuit of God book spheres and being content to confine our religious life, our pursuit after God, into simply one of these spheres. I did not allow the Holy Spirit to pierce my conceptions of how to pursue God. In the quest to find who God is has a beginning. Apologies if this happened, because human users outside of Germany who are making use of the eBooks or other site features should almost never be blocked. Then we can sing: For me Thou didst cover Thyself with light as with a garment and stretch out the heavens like a curtain and lay the foundations of the earth.
If your IP address is shown by Maxmind The pursuit of God book be outside of Germany and you were momentarily blocked, another issue is that some Web browsers erroneously cache the block. At His word the light breaks and the lost man arises to drink of eternal life and follow the Light of the World. Rather he may be in his moral life as bold as a lion and as strong as Samson; but he has stopped being fooled about himself. Is it not that they walked in conscious communion with the real Presence and addressed their prayers to God with the artless conviction that they were addressing Someone actually there? In my creature impatience I am often caused to wish that there were some way to bring modern Christians into a deeper spiritual life painlessly by short, easy lessons; but such wishes are vain.
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With full consciousness of our own demerit we may yet take our place in the love of God, and the poorest and weakest of us may without offense claim for ourselves all the riches of the Godhead in mercy given. We were created to worship The pursuit of God book, but through our deceitful and sinful ways we have departed from this common union with God and a veil has formed over us as a result of this separation.
The writer discusses the chasm that exists between God and man, but most importantly the divide The pursuit of God book keeps us at a distance from the presence of God. God did not create life and toss it from Him like some petulant artist disappointed with his work.
Usually this fear soon lost its content of terror and changed after a while to delightsome awe, to level off finally into a reverent sense of complete nearness to God. For me prophet wrote and psalmist sang. It is ironic to most as the yoke of slavery is a cumbersome commission.
The description of "down to earth" only goes so far, because Tozer is also very clearly a mystic. The pursuit of God book trouble springs from the fact that we who follow Christ inhabit at once two worlds, the spiritual and the natural. In saving men God is but doing again or rather continuing to do the same creative work as at the beginning of the world.
Some who desire to be teachers of the Word, but who understand neither what they say, nor whereof they affirm, insist upon "naked" faith as the only way to know spiritual things. Rather for Tozer the pursuit of God is to indwell our entire life and we are to continue to strive to not only know of God but to experience him as well.
For all things God is the great Antecedent. The difference between a great Christian life and any other kind lies in the quality of our religious concepts, and the ideas expressed in these six lines can be like rungs on Jacob's ladder leading upward to a sounder and more satisfying idea of God.
God has not bowed to our nervous haste nor embraced the methods of our machine age. The theme dealt with has to do with the basic idea of "finding God" vs.
He will crave to know God with a vital awareness that goes beyond words and to live in the intimacy of personal communion. Do not skip this as merely another poem. He also emphasizes those to the point of relegating scripture to a close second in matters of faith.
And from what source could light come to that sin-shrouded soul had God not said, "Let there be light" ? Thus we must cultivate a habit of spiritual response Ps. He then further discusses the tabernacle and explains that God is behind the veil waiting on us to come to Him with humility and a pure heart so that he can show himself to us freely.
But we see also that it is flowing through our present. Tozer is a blessing that should not be passed over lightly. It is another challenge for me to let go of my pride and artificially.
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The Pursuit of God, by A.W. Tozer Chapter Outline Chapter 1 - Following Hard After God.
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