“We pursue God because, and only because, He has first put an urgent within us that spurs us to the pursuit.”
Containing ten short chapters, this book by A.W. Tozer is as relevant to believers today as it was when it was written. Practical and easy to read, The Pursuit of God is comforting and admonishing in turn
Tozer does not pull punches when addressing the church. I was struck by how applicable Tozer’s writing is to the current issues we face in the church and in our individual lives. Whether we agree with all of his philosophy or not, The Pursuit of God is full of dateless advice for seekers.
There is a certain beauty in the straightforwardness of Tozer’s prose. It is refreshing. Timeless exhortation and instruction rests between these pages. Plain speaking and simple, but at the same time profound, the writing contained in this small volume is well worth the read.
Each of the 10 chapters ends with a prayer.
This small volume is suitable for individual or group study.
An excellent book to write responses in a personal journal.
“The man who has struggled to purify himself and has had nothing but repeated failures will experience real relief when he stops tinkering with his soul and looks away to the perfect one. While he looks at Christ the very things he has so long been trying to do will be getting done within him. It will be God working in him to will and to do.”
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How have I not read this? I’m looking forward to it.