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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 2017
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Jesus: The Life and Ministry of God the Son-Collected Insights from A. W. TozerA.W. TozerMoody Publishers / 2017 / Trade Paperback$8.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Culture: Living as Citizens of Heaven and Earth: Collected Insights from A.W. TozerA.W. TozerMoody Publishers / 2016 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Prayer: Communing with God in Everything--Collected Insights from A.W. TozerA.W. TozerMoody Publishers / 2016 / Trade Paperback$10.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
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The best of A. W. Tozer, on one of his favorite subjects
Few subjects invigorated A. W. Tozer like the topic of worship. He saw itlike the church has traditionallyas the sole reason for which creation exists.
Worship: The Reason We Were Created features collections from the beloved spiritual writer on this important topic. The church's current worship is emaciated; its thoughts of God are too low. Here is a compilation to raise those thoughts high once more, and provoke the church to true, spiritual worship.
- The act and object of worship
- The Presence of God
- Worship throughout the week
- Feelings and emotion in worship
- Man as a worshipping creature
If it's true that we are made to worship God, that it is the sole reason that we exist, that we are most alive when we live for His glory, then reading Worship is more than time well spent. It is time invested in the very foundation of your life.
mattparks35Joplin, MOAge: 18-24Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5Worship: The Reason We ExistNovember 26, 2017mattparks35Joplin, MOAge: 18-24Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3I never read Tozer without a pencil in hand. His words are often rich with godliness and drenched in wisdom. Drawing from previous writings and sermons as well as unpublished writings, this particular volume on worship is short yet powerful. Tozer has a way of communicating great truths about the majesty and glory of God is an understandable way. He also doesn't hold back any punches. At one point he points out that many churches are filled with spiritually immature children we never made it past first grade! But his insights into what it means to live a life of worship come from a man who has evidently spent time in the trenches of Christian warfare. Tozer writes, "No worship is wholly pleasing to God until there is nothing in me displeasing to God." He constantly calls the lukewarm Christian to worship God on every day of the week, not just Sunday. I am a worship pastor and picked up this book to further learn the relationship between corporate worship on Sundays and personal worship throughout the week. I have never come away from a Tozer book without conviction. I received this book free from the publishers in return for an honest review.
contemplativereflections5 Stars Out Of 5Book Review: WorshipSeptember 19, 2017contemplativereflectionsQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0In "Worship," A.W. Tozer challenges Christians to reconsider what it means to worship the triune God who created humans to glorify and enjoy Him forever. This short book is a collection of writings and sermons that Tozer preached on the topic of worship over the decades of his ministry that are still applicable to believers today. There are several main ideas reiterated throughout the eleven sermons that summarize Tozer's theology on worship. Firstly, Tozer reminds us that true worship is God's calling for all those who have put their faith in Christ. Only those who have been purchased by Jesus' blood and adopted into the family of God can lift up praises to their heavenly Father. Secondly, Tozer asserts that worship is a serious, reverent undertaking in which we humble ourselves in the presence of Him who is perfectly holy. Our worship is only acceptable to God in that we approach Him clothed in Christ's righteousness and empowered by the Holy Spirit. Believers should be keenly aware of their unworthiness apart from Christ as we eagerly draw near to the Fountainhead of all blessings and righteousness. Thirdly, Tozer points out that worship is a Spirit-filled, passionate exercise that involves all our affections as we offer our heads, hearts, and hands to the One who is worthy of all praise and honour. Lastly, Tozer urges Christians to commit every part and moment of their lives to worship God and extol His excellencies. It is dangerous and unbiblical to compartmentalize our lives by only committing a specific day, time, or aspect of our lives to worship our King.
I would highly recommend this book to all believers as the subject of worship is vitally important to the Christian life. Many of us approach worship as a joyless duty that we must do on Sundays as we continue to breed feelings of apathy and indifference. When we harbour such irreverent attitudes towards worship, we are being unfaithful to our call as Christians who have been saved by the boundless mercy, grace, and love, of God. Moreover, we are abdicating the precious privileges and blessings of worship made available through Christ who gave His life to bring us into God's presence. Readers of this book will find Tozer's encouragements and warnings invaluable in spurring us to worship God in awe, reverence, and joy.
In compliance with Federal Trade Commission guidelines, I received a review copy from Moody Press in exchange for a book review.