Tag Archives: A.W. Tozer

“Your Daily Time With God” (Mark 1:35 sermon)

Back in the 1950’s, A.W. Tozer decried many of the weaknesses he saw developing in American Christianity. One thing he preached about was the desire of American Christians for “shortcuts” to spiritual growth: “In my creature impatience I am often … Continue reading

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“Little By Little” (Deuteronomy 7:22 sermon)

I have a friend whose dad recently passed away, and now he has to deal with all his dad’s “stuff”: here’s a photo he posted on Facebook of just ONE of the storage buildings of his dad’s stuff. Someone might … Continue reading

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Trusting Providence In A Fallen World (Matt. 2:13-23 sermon)

I hope that you are among those who had a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year — but I know that not everyone did. Our lives are often very difficult, and if you’ve never noticed, problems don’t usually take … Continue reading

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“Pressing On To Know the Lord” (Hosea 6:3 sermon)

Not long ago I read of a well-known actress who said that when she wasn’t acting, she really had no purpose in life. She said she just about went crazy because she nothing to do, and she said, “Thank God … Continue reading

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“Our Gracious God” (Exodus 34:6-8)

     They should have been consumed by fire, every last one of them.  With their own eyes the people of Israel had just watched the Red Sea split in two, and had seen God gloriously save them from the Egyptian army in the … Continue reading

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“Our Just God” (Genesis 18:25)

     Some months ago, a woman wrote to the editor of a New Orleans area newspaper, upset that someone had suggested that homosexuality is forbidden in the Bible.  “My God,” she wrote, “is a God of love, and not a … Continue reading

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“Our Omnipresent God” (Psalm 139:7-10)

Years ago, a Christian preacher went to India, and there he saw Hindu worshipers tapping on trees and rocks and asking the gods they believed were present: “Are you there?  Are you there?”  The Scriptures tell us that we never … Continue reading

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“Our Eternal God” (Psalm 90:2)

     I thought we had answered the final question at our Outreach Luncheon a couple of Sundays ago — but there was one final request.  We had a great time at the luncheon, during which our guests and new members could … Continue reading

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“Our Sovereign God”

Psalm 103:19                         “Our Sovereign God”       Centuries ago, King Canute was one of the most powerful kings of England ever – but he also knew his limits.  Canute reigned over what is now England, Denmark, and much of Europe, and as … Continue reading

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The Knowledge of the Holy, by A.W. Tozer

“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.”  So A.W. Tozer opens his classic book, The Knowledge of the Holy.  Tozer, who pastored in the middle of the 20th century, spoke prophetically … Continue reading

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