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With this inspiring perspective on worship, Tozer invites his readers to take a deep look into the ways in which we worship and why. He reminds us that we were created solely for the purpose of worshipping the Father and seeking fellowship in His delight.
This new edition now includes "Worship: The Missing Jewel of the Evangelical Church," first published in Alliance Life magazine in 1965 and still profound today!
Number of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 2012
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Life Principles Study Guide: Relying on the Holy SpiritCharles F. StanleyThomas Nelson / 2008 / Trade Paperback$7.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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A.W. Tozer calls God the "Composer of the Cosmos," the "Chief Musician of the Universe." God signals the birds to chirp their beautiful tune in the coolness and tranquility of a spring morning, simply because that is what He designed them to do. Each note is wonderfully constructed by God, uniquely bringing praise to His name.
With this inspiring perspective on worship, Tozer invites readers to take a deep look at the ways in which we worship and why. He reminds us that we were created solely for this purpose and that worshipping the Father and seeking His fellowship is our primary task. It is also His delight.
The newest revised edition now includes "Worship: The Missing Jewel of the Evangelical Church," first published in the Alliance Life magazine in 1965, and still so profound today.
TerryrCumming, GAAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Classic Tozer-Deep and ProfoundSeptember 26, 2013TerryrCumming, GAAge: 45-54Gender: maleI've now read four of A.W. Tozer's books, and they are among the best Christian books I've read to date. 'Whatever Happened to Worship?' was created from a collection of his sermons on worship. Tozer's observations may be even more pertinent now than when he preached them over 50 years ago. Here are a few quotes from the book.
"We use artificial means to try to induce some kind of worship."
"the practice of picking out what we like to worship and rejecting what we do not like is widespread."
"so many Christians insist that they must be entertained while they are being edified."
"Study the Bible with the help of the Holy Spirit"
And here is a quote from 'The Knowledge of the Holy' that seems appropriate,
"The idolater simply imagines things about God and acts as if they were true."
HudsonOklahoma CityAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5A must read for all church leaders.August 14, 2013HudsonOklahoma CityAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This profound book by A.W. Tozier is a must read for all pastors, music leaders and all other church leaders. It is a book for all church leaders, especially pastors and worship leaders.