Tag Archives: A.W. Tozer

Maintaining a Vibrant Worship Lifestyle

Once we experience the actual presence of God, we will lose all interest in cheap Christianity with all its bells and whistles vainly trying to compete with the world. A. W. tozer Continue reading

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Understanding Dry Spells

Moments of great spiritual delight do not require much faith; if we never came down from the mount of blessing we might easily come to trust in our own delights rather than in the unshakeable character of God. Continue reading

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The Gift Must Be Received and Cultivated

A generation of Christians reared among push buttons and automatic machines is impatient of slower and less direct methods of reaching their goals. We have been trying to apply machine-age methods to our relations with God. Continue reading

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We Must Give Time to God

The Christian who is satisfied to give God His “minute” and to have “a little talk with Jesus” is the same one who shows up at the evangelistic service weeping over his lack of spiritual growth and begging the evangelist to show him the way out of his difficulty. Continue reading

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Portable Worship

Some people put God in a box we call the church building. God is not present in the church any more than He is present in your home. Continue reading

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We Stand in Christ’s Triumph

The seeker must own [Christ] Lord triumphant, not a meek-eyed Lover of their souls only, but Lord above all question or doubt. Continue reading

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We Stand in Christ’s Triumph

The meek and lowly Jesus has displaced the high and holy Jesus in the minds of millions. The vibrant note of triumph is missing in our witness. The answer is Christ Victorious, high over all. Continue reading

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