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A. W. Tozer
In an effort to get the work of the Lord done, we often lose contact with the Lord of the work.
In God’s presence the Christian feels overwhelmed and undone, yet there is nowhere he would rather be than in that presence
The problems of origin and destiny have escaped the philosopher and the scientist, but the humblest follower of Christ knows the answer to both
The Cross stands high above the opinions of men and to that cross all opinions must come at last for judgement
Christianity has been watered down until the solution is so weak that if it were poison it would not hurt anyone and if it were medicine it would not cure anyone!
God being who he is must always be sought for himself, never as a means towards something else
I believe that in any setting, the tendency to place personal feeling above the Scriptures is always an insult to God
What we believe about God is the most important thing about us
Faith is not a once–done act, but a continuous gaze of the heart at the triune God
The Bible recognizes no faith that does not lead to obedience, nor does it recognize any obedience that does not spring from faith. The two are opposite sides of the same coin