The Attributes Of God: A Journey Into The Father's Heart
ISBN: 0875097081
EAN13: 9780875097084
Language: English
Pages: 196
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 8.1" L x 5.2" W
Weight: 0.35 lbs.
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The most important question

For A. W. Tozer, no question is more important than, What is God like? The desire to know God consumed his entire life and ministry.

That's why those who read him come to know God more intimately.

Originally preached as sermons at Southside Alliance Church in Chicago, this first volume of The Attributes of God examines ten attributes of God. It also includes a study guide for an in-depth look at each attribute:

  • Infinite
  • Immense
  • Good
  • Just
  • Merciful
  • Gracious
  • Omnipresent
  • Immanent
  • Holy
  • Perfect

Steeped in Scripture and filled with the Spirit, Tozer preached with striking clarity and power. The sense of his sermons comes through on every page, bringing the Word of God to bear upon you.

If a sermon can be compared to light, then A.W. Tozer released a laser beam from the pulpit, a beam that penetrated the heart. -- Warren Wiersbe, former pastor of The Moody Church

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   The Attributes of God
Tozer, a man who served for 44 years without the benefit of any college or seminary training, was a pastor. Tozer discusses 10 of God's attributes, from his mercy and grace to his immensity and his holiness. In the back of the book, David Fessenden adds a study guide that can be used by an individual or group. Tozer argues that our faith can be as great as our God, and he feels that we have drained our Lord and as a result we have also reduced faith. In each chapter, Tozer tells the reader about one of God's properties, then defines it and discusses how this attribute affects the life of the believer. In the process, he answers questions such as : Why Are We Not Happy? It shows us that in every respect God is perfect and infinite. God's Lordship derives not from what he is, but from what he does, and Tozer does a good job of helping us understand better.