Tozer on the Almighty God
: Tozer on the Almighty God by A.W. Tozer is a 366-day devotional that dwells on the awesomeness of the Almighty God and His manifest glory. God's awesomeness is often brought out in human speech with the verbal expression...
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Tozer on the Almighty God by A.W. Tozer is a 366-day devotional that dwells on the awesomeness of the Almighty God and His manifest glory. God's awesomeness is often brought out in human speech with the verbal expression of oath taking. Human vocabulary is far too humble and insufficient to properly articulate the words upon being touched by the Spirit of God Almighty. The power of God is awesome, vast and incomprehensible. This 366-day devotional will help to acquaint you with the complexity of God's character and the power of His grace. In order to satisfy your hunger for a genuine encounter with the Creator, Tozer says there must be humility of spirit. He reminds us of our need for humility when he says that Jesus was "bruised and wounded for our iniquities." The penalty paid on the cross was great, and our love for Him should reflect that. Tozer's daily meditations in this book challenge the believer to become more acquainted with the Triune God and His mysterious ways. He inspires the reader to repent to restore the Divine love in our hearts, as well as worship him constantly! Tozer proclaims the mercy of God, saying that God is love who ever does us good!
A. W. Tozer died in 1963, but his life and spiritual legacy continue to draw many into a deeper knowledge of God. During his lifetime, Tozer pastored several Christian and Missionary Alliance churches. Missions and the deeper life in Christ were his primary focus. He also served as editor of the Alliance Life. Tozer authored more than 40 books, (at least two of which are considered classics: The Pursuit of God and Knowledge of the Holy), a tremendous accomplishment for a man who never received a formal theological education. The presence of God was his classroom, his notebooks and tools consisted of prayer, God's Word, and the writings of early Christians and theologians, the Puritans, and great men of faith. - Publisher.