Tozer is certainly right that the name of God can become lost. The gospel puts the glory of God first and the salvation of man second. That supernatural potency is still active in the Church and has enabled her to exist for nearly 2, years; it was nothing less than God Himself entering into them with the purpose of ultimately reproducing His own likeness within them.
He will respond to our timid effort to know Him and will ever meet us over half way. He wills and works in them whatever His holy nature moves Him to do Phil 2: They will make no decisions out of fear, take no course out of a desire to please, accept no service for financial considerations, perform no religious act out of mere custom; nor will they allow themselves to be influenced by the desire for reputation.
Health and wealth and friends and hiding places will all be swept away and we shall have only God. The second condition is also vitally important — God has not placed Himself under obligation to honor the requests of worldly, carnal or disobedient Christians Ps Such a distinction was taught by the Lord Jesus: Strangely and historically the Holy Spirit has been given second-ary status by believers, in large part because they have not properly understood His [thought-to-be] mysterious nature.
It is a scrutiny of that which is inherently inscrutable. It does not affect anything in his everyday life. A name is valuable only in as much as it continues to point to the right thing. The man who surrenders to Christ exchanges a cruel slave driver for a kind and gentle Master whose yoke is easy and whose burden is light.
The Spirit-filled walk demands certain things from us: He has not the remotest notion what he is supposed to build, so he settles down to the dull routine of polishing his tools once each Sunday and putting them back in their box.
What right have we to partake in such mercy? Had the nature of man not suffered a huge moral dislocation there would be no discord between the way of God and the way of man. The church at this moment needs men, bold men, men who are not frightened by threats of death because they have already died to the allurements of this world.
This error has lowered the moral standards of the church and helped lead us into the wilderness where we currently find ourselves; faith is not a substitute for moral conduct but a means toward it.
We must of necessity be servant to someone — either to God or to sin. I recently completed reading it again and this time took notes. Synopsis of its Contents. We have but to meet His clearly stated terms, bring our lives into accord with His revealed will, and His infinite power will become instantly operative toward us in the manner set forth in the Scriptures of truth.
Observations on its Style To fear and not be afraid - that is the paradox of faith.
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What kind of habitation pleases God? The New Testament draws a sharp line between the natural mind and the mind that has been touched by divine fire. In coming to Him at any time we need not wonder whether we shall find Him in a receptive mood.A. W.
Tozer's The Knowledge of the Holy is one of the great classic works of Evangelical spirituality from the twentieth century. It is an exploration of the character and attributes of God that.
In the knowledge of the Holy Tozer states in his preface, "The Church has surrendered her once lofty concept of God and has substituted for it one so low. Book Review: The Knowledge of the Holy The Knowledge of the Holy is A.W. Tozer’s analysis of the attributes of God, Ken Haynes on Book Review: The Knowledge.
The knowledge of Christ refers to one of two possible, and at times related, topics in Christology: one addresses how Christians come to know Christ, the other focuses on the knowledge of Christ.
The Knowledge of the Holy A. W. Tozer’s published work “The Knowledge of the Holy” is much less of a theological argument, and much more a call to worship. Tozer – Knowledge of the Holy Knowledge Of The Holy by A.W. Tozer Table of Contents PREFACE CHAPTER 1 Why We Must Think Rightly About God.Download