Often quoted by Chuck Swindoll, Charles Stanley, Billy Graham and other great preachers, A. W. Tozer's words are being heard and read by millions today-words like: We who preach the gospel must not think of ourselves as public relations agents sent to establish good will between Christ and the world...We are not diplomats but prophets, and our message is not a compromise but an ultimatum. (Chapter 10, The Old Cross and the New) It is futile to beg God to act contrary to His revealed purposes. To pray with confidence the petitioner must be certain that his request falls within the broad will of God for His people. (Chapter 21, Does God always Answer Prayer?) The farther we push into the sanctuary the greater becomes the danger of self-deception. The deeply religious man is far more vulnerable than the easygoing fellow who takes his religion lightly. This latter may be deceived, but he is not likely to be self-deceived. (Chapter 22, Self-Deception and How to Avoid It) The chapters of this book were originally published as editorials in Alliance Life Magazine. These incisive columns now make provocative reading.
- Type: Paperback (Reprinted)
- Category: Books > Christian Living
- ISBN / UPC: 9781600660283/1600660282
- Publish Date: 9/1/2008
- Item No: 132371
- Vendor: Wingspread Publishers