Author: Tozer, A.W.
Genre: Christian Living
Tags: Christian Living / Cross / Discipleship, Culture / Worldview
Rick Shrader‘s Review:
This has to be one of the most delightful Tozer books I have read. It has 39 short chapters on unrelated topics so one can read for a long or short time, stop, and come back to it without interruption. This makes a great format for those vacation or get-a-way times when you want to read for encouragement at your own leisure. And the reader won’t be disappointed in finding the familiar gems dropped behind from a long walk with Tozer. In fact, Tozer writes, “The best writer is one that goes with us through the world of ideas like a friendly guide who walks beside us through the forest pointing out to us a hundred natural wonders we had not noticed before. So we learn from him to see for ourselves and soon we have no need for our guide. If he has done his work well we can go on alone and miss little as we go.”
Quotes from this book:
“The sinner becomes for the time a practical atheist who by his act denies not only the existence of God but the concept of life after death.” A.W. Tozer, Man The Dwelling Place of God, Kindle, 461.