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Keys to the Deeper Life

A. W. Tozer

Publisher: CrossReach Publications

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Summary

Tozer is as popular today as when he was living on the earth. He is respected right across the spectrum of Christianity, in circles that would disagree sharply with him doctrinally. Why is this? A. W. Tozer was a man who knew the voice of God. He shared this experience with every true child of God. With all those who are called by the grace of God to share in the mystical union that is possible with Him through His Son Jesus.
 
Tozer fought against much dryness and formality in his day. Considered a mighty man of God by most Evangelicals today, he was unconventional in his approach to spirituality and had no qualms about consulting everyone from Catholic Saints to German Protestant mystics for inspiration on how to experience God more fully.
 
Tozer, just like his Master, doesn’t fit neatly into our theological boxes. He was a man after God’s own heart and was willing to break the rules (man-made ones that is) to get there.
 
This is meat to sink your spiritual teeth into. Tozer’s writings will show you the way to satisfy your spiritual hunger.
 
The articles in this book first appeared in issues of Christian Life. They all touch on the topic of the deeper life.
 
CrosReach Publications

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