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The best of A. W. Tozer, on one of his favorite subjects
Few subjects invigorated A. W. Tozer like the topic of worship. He saw it—like the church has traditionally—as the sole reason for which creation exists.
Worship: The Reason We Were Created features collections from the beloved spiritual writer on this important topic. The church's current worship is emaciated; its thoughts of God are too low. Here is a compilation to raise those thoughts high once more, and provoke the church to true, spiritual worship.
- The act and object of worship
- The Presence of God
- Worship throughout the week
- Feelings and emotion in worship
- Man as a worshipping creature
If it's true that we are made to worship God, that it is the sole reason that we exist, that we are most alive when we live for His glory, then reading Worship is more than time well spent. It is time invested in the very foundation of your life.
A.W. Tozer calls God the "Composer of the Cosmos," the "Chief Musician of the Universe." God signals the birds to chirp their beautiful tune in the coolness and tranquility of a spring morning, simply because that is what He designed them to do. Each note is wonderfully constructed by God, uniquely bringing praise to His name.
With this inspiring perspective on worship, Tozer invites readers to take a deep look at the ways in which we worship and why. He reminds us that we were created solely for this purpose and that worshipping the Father and seeking His fellowship is our primary task. It is also His delight.
The newest revised edition now includes "Worship: The Missing Jewel of the Evangelical Church," first published in the Alliance Life magazine in 1965, and still so profound today.
Do you long to be more like Christ?
Discipleship lies at the center of Christian life and practice. It is a beautiful journey, in which each of us simultaneously attempt to become more like Christ and to help others do the same. It is our most important task on earth, but often it is neglected or misunderstood. A. W. Tozer, on the other hand, knew exactly what it meant to disciple and to be discipled. Discipleship: What It Truly Means to Be a Christian is a collection of Tozer’s powerful and passionate writings on discipleship. In it you will learn about:
- the call, terms, and marks of discipleship
- devotional practices
- reproducing disciples
Whether you are a new believer or have known Christ for a lifetime, Tozer’s words will encourage and inspire you to love Jesus more. Come and be discipled by this beloved spiritual writer.
Join A. W. Tozer as He Encounters the Holy Spirit
Spend a year unearthing the wonder of the Holy Spirit alongside A. W. Tozer. Tozer was a man who thirsted for the Spirit of God, who prayed often and shunned distraction so that he might drink Him in more steadily. In these daily meditations on Scripture, Tozer will inspire you to do the same. According to Tozer, the Spirit is neglected by the modern church. But when believers know the Spirit—intimately and accurately—they experience freedom from stagnancy. They know power and life. This devotional explores many of the defining characteristics of the Holy Spirit. Each day stokes the believer's internal desire to hunger and thirst after the Spirit of God.
Encounter Tozer’s heart and wisdom like never before in this newly revised edition. Continue worshiping alongside Tozer with the rest of his Trinitarian devotions: Tozer on the Son of God and Tozer on the Almighty God. With each page, may your heart be filled and your worship increased.
The only way to live with true spiritual power
"Are you sure you want to be possessed by a spirit other than your own? Even though that spirit be the pure Spirit of God? Even though He be the very gentle essence of the gentle Jesus? Even though He be wisdom personified, wisdom Himself? Even though He be as loving as the heart of God?" —A. W. Tozer
In a little book that's hard to swallow, A. W. Tozer teaches plainly who the Spirit is, why we should desire Him, but why few of us do. He instructs us in how to be filled with the Spirit, but first poses this question: Do you really want to be filled?
★“God never hurries★. There are no deadlines against which he must work. Only to know this is to quiet our spirits and relax our nerves.”★ Theologically accurate yet original and deep insight into the relationship of a Christian with God, A. W. Tozer forces the readers to question the intensity of our desire for Him, our will to always put Him first and the authenticity of our pursuit for His full presence in our everyday life. It is easy to feel the presence of God when we pray, worship or read the Scriptures, it's less easy to live our lives having in mind that God is here, with us, every day; He is everywhere, and if we just open our ears and listen, we can hear Him and feel His presence in everything we do. ★ A beautiful, deep, short book, which shows the incredible knowledge and sensitivity of the author. ★Aiden Wilson Tozer★ (1897-1963), considered a modern-day prophet even in his lifetime, was a pastor, author, editor, and a highly sought-after conference speaker who ministered to hundreds of thousands. He came to Christ as a teenager, after listening to a street preacher's invitation. With only a grade school education, Tozer read voraciously and became a self-taught theologian. In 1919 he assumed the pulpit of a small congregation in Nutters Fort, West Virginia, commencing a pastoral ministry that spanned forty-four years. A perennially popular author, Tozer's preaching ministry lives on through his legacy of writings, including the classic The Pursuit of God.
Deep in the soul of every person on earth is a longing for the presence of God. But how do we get there?
Experiencing the Presence of God is a never-before-published collection of teachings from A.W. Tozer on the book of Hebrews that shows us the way. Tozer, the renowned pastor and theologian, challenges our status quo, invites us to explore a fresh understanding of what it means to dwell in God's presence, and leads us to experience the divine fulfillment for which we were created!
As Tozer says, "We should come to church not anticipating entertainment but expecting the high and holy manifestation of God's presence. . . . Worship is not some performance we do, but a presence we experience." Come alongside Tozer and enter into God's presence right now.
Join A. W. Tozer as He Encounters God the Son
Spend a year encountering the Son of God alongside A.W. Tozer. Tozer was a man who abided deeply in Christ and shunned distraction so that he may more fully know his Savior—Jesus Christ. In this 365-day devotional, you too can intentionally pursue Christ daily. Every devotional features God’s Word and Tozer’s insights that invite you into greater knowledge of Jesus Christ. Encounter the character of Christ, His work on the cross, and His limitless love for you. Let the heart and wisdom of Tozer enrich your own faith and relationship with Christ. With each page, may your heart be filled and your worship increased.
Tozer on the Son of God is the final installment in Tozer’s Trinitarian devotionals. Know God the Father and God the Spirit, too, in Tozer on the Almighty God and Tozer on the Holy Spirit.
"Behold I stand at the door, and knock; if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me'." — Revelation 3:20
At the hidden center of man's being is the dwelling place of the Triune God. It is such a private, intimate place that no one can intrude but Christ, and even He will enter only through an invitation of faith. Once the Spirit enters the core of the believer's heart and establishes residence there, man becomes a true child of God. But baptism, confirmation, receiving the sacraments, church membership, etc., mean nothing unless God has truly inhabited the soul.
In Man: The Dwelling Place of God, Tozer reveals what it truly means to have Christ within us—like leaving your old life behind, understanding the Bible, making godly choices, loving God for Himself, Christian fellowship, and more.
"... some of the best devotional verse the English language affords..."
While the term "mystic" may have connotations that reach beyond traditional Christian thinking, it actually refers to a common spiritual experience that unites anyone who has fellowship with God.
The poems in this book were hand-picked by Tozer and follow a logical pattern, going in line with the very nature of salvation itself and the death of Jesus on the cross, man's contemplation of his own sin, redemption, communion with God, awaiting the return of Christ, and celebrations of eternal fellowship with God in Heaven.
Both intimate and exhilarating, The Christian Book of Mystical Verse is a book for anyone who seeks to worship God the Father, and who finds the rich language of Christians of old a great help in that endeavor.
This beloved book, a modern classic of Christian testimony and devotion, addresses these and other vital questions, showing us how we can rejuvenate our prayer life, meditate more reverently, understand God more deeply, and experience God's presence in our daily lives.
The Knowledge of the Holy illuminates God's attributes from wisdom, to grace, to mercy and shows through prayerful and insightful discussion, how we can more fully recognize and appreciate each of these divine aspects. This book will be treasured by anyone committed to the Christian faith. It bears eloquent witness to God's majesty and shows us new ways to experience and understand the wonder and the power of God's spirit in our daily lives.
Although never considered to be a popular speaker nor prolific writer, A. W. Tozer's audiences did appreciate what he had to say, and he was probably the most widely read Christian writer of his time. "Keys to the Deeper Life" contains four of his best-known essays and editorials. In them he rigorously examines many of the failings and foibles of his day. Although most were written more than three decades ago, the insights they offer are as fresh and thought-provoking as the day they were published. Essays include, "No Revival Without Reformation," "The Deeper Life, What is it?" "Gifts of the Spirit; Are They For Us Today," and "How to be Filled with the Holy Spirit."