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“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.
Tozer on the Holy Spirit is a 365-day devotional that unearths the wonder of the Holy Spirit.
A. W. 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—”buried dynamite,” so to speak. But were believers to know the Spirit—intimately and accurately—they would know freedom from stagnancy. They would know power and life.
This devotional goes through many of the defining characteristics of the Holy Spirit. Each day seeks to stoke the believer’s internal desire to hunger and thirst after the Spirit of God. A. W. Tozer simplifies many of the basic aspects of the Christian faith, asserting that there is even no worship without the Holy Spirit.
This yearlong devotional will leave you with a greater sense of your place in the Kingdom of God, as well as a fellowship with God’s Spirit. After all, we are to “enter into the fullness of the Spirit so that God’s Son may be glorified in us!”
In this grab bag, we have 18 e-books from Wingspread / Moody Publishers which were written by A.W. Tozer. The prices that our sources have provided are under each e-book cover.
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?
The Early Tozer: A Word in Season is a compilation by James L. Snyder containing selected articles by A. W. Tozer from his earliest years. In the1940s and 50s, A. W. Tozer wrote a regular column for the Alliance Weekly, and this book is a selection of many of those editorials (all published before Pursuit of God). In fact, these editorials were instrumental in getting Tozer elected to the office of editor of Alliance Weekly from 1950–1963.
Tozer opens with a reminder that we are all in debt to God for His grace. The rest of the chapters fall into place from this cornerstone of the belief. Tozer covers such issues as repentance, public readings of Scripture, and the notion that a church’s ministry is a gauge of its spiritual well-being. He urges sincerity among believers, for them to be in fellowship with one another and with God.
Tozer stands firm in his theology and his unapologetic criticisms of the modern church. He declares that the most important thing is a right relationship with God, while reminding his readers that as believers, they are saved by the grace of God on His terms, as well as revealing anew the importance of surrendering to His will.
Next Chapter After the Last is a compilation of editorials by A.W. Tozer that helps Christians keep their orthodoxy in check. Addressing topics like death and resurrection, Tozer attacks unorthodox views of the gospel and lifts up true, New-Testament Christianity.
Christians often see death just like the world does: as the final chapter. Tozer seeks to fervently correct this grave error, which is so inconsistent with the testimony of Scripture. In these 39 editorials, Tozer passionately urges believers to express great things for the afterlife, giving our hearts joy and our lives power.
Excerpted from sermons preached by A. W. Tozer at his Chicago church, these four chapters cover the following subjects: (1) Who Is the Holy Spirit? (2) The Promise of the Father, (3) How to Be Filled with the Holy Spirit, (4) How to Cultivate the Spirit’s Companionship.