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Although written in such a remarkably short period of time, the depth, clarity and completeness of Tozer's message has made The Pursuit of God an enduring favorite---about 1.7 million copies in print in 15 languages.
Prepare yourself for a deeply meaningful and enjoyable experience. The complete text of the classic is divided into 31 daily meditations and other quotations enhance this work.
Number of Pages: 207
The Attributes of God, Volume 1: A Journey into the Father's Heart, with Study GuideA.W. TozerWingspread / Trade Paperback$9.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 19 Reviews
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During a train trip from Chicago in the late 1940s, A. W. Tozer began to work on The Pursuit of God. He wrote all night long, the words coming to him as fast as he could put them down. By the next morning, when the train pulled into McAllen, Texas, the rough draft was done.
Although written in such a remarkably short period of time, the depth, clarity, and completeness of A. W. Tozer's message has made The Pursuit of God an enduring favoriteover a million copies are now in print in 20 languages.
The complete text of this classic has been divided into 31 daily meditations. Quotations from some of Tozer's forty-plus works, contemporary authors, and even classic authors enhance the text.
Prepare yourself for a deeply meaningful and enjoyable experience.
Jerry Toops5 Stars Out Of 5January 1, 2010Jerry ToopsThis version of Tozer's classic is very helpful in my devotional time. I appreciate the breakdown into daily portions, and also, it is helpful to read exerpts from other classic writings on the days topic. I have been using this book for some time and find it inspiring..on par with My Utmost for His Highest.
Raymond Frigon3 Stars Out Of 5April 14, 2009Raymond FrigonMy wife and I are not happy with this book. I expected the actual book written by Tozer, but this is like a compilation of that text plus dozens of other quotes from him, and other authors, all placed on the pages in various ways, and it all becomes kind of a hodge podge to read. Not what we want or need for worship.