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At the request of D. L. Moody, Torrey wrote a book late in the nineteenth century entitled How to Pray; and God used that book to stir many thousands to develop a regular prayer life. A great work began as a result of that book, spanning across Australia, and New Zealand in 1902, and extending to England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, where it gave birth to much of the great Welsh Revival of 1904. Subsequently, it went on to India and many other lands, resulting in the conversion of hundreds of thousands of souls. Torrey On Prayer, is much fuller and more complete than How to Pray. It contains Torrey’s updated version of his original book, and covers the whole subject of prayer, not only in its relation to revivals, but also in relation to the various aspects of Christian life and activity.
“It is by the Spirit that God works His mighty work.” — A.W. Tozer
Dr. A.W. Tozer (1897-1963) was a twentieth-century prophet with keen insight into spiritual things, especially the nature of the Church at large. He spoke with prophetic precision about issues within the Church that he believed were crippling the Church spiritually. Mystery of the Holy Spirit is a collection of sermons that reveal Tozer’s prophetic insights into this crucial topic.
These sermons on the Holy Spirit represent Dr. Tozer at his best. Tozer’s critique of the Church is as relevant today as when he first preached it from his pulpit in Chicago more than a half-century ago. These powerful messages exude the timeless fragrance of God’s anointing, pinning us down and piercing our hearts.
“We have grieved the Holy Spirit,” Dr. Tozer warned, “and He has withdrawn His anointing from many Christians.”