Resources: Christians, Past and Present (By and About)

A. W. Tozer: Prayer

By A. W. Tozer | April 20, 2010
Prayer among evangelical Christians is always in danger of degenerating into a glorified gold rush. Almost every book on prayer deals with the “get” element mainly.

A. W. Tozer: Pastoral Ministry

By A. W. Tozer | April 16, 2010
Another kind of religious leader must arise among us. He must be of the old prophet type, a man who has seen visions of God and has heard a voice from the Throne.

A. W. Tozer: Personal Life

By A. W. Tozer | April 16, 2010
It was the belief in the accountability of man to his maker that made America a great nation. Among those earlier leaders was Daniel Webster whose blazing eyes and fiery oratory often held the Senate spellbound.

A. W. Tozer: Evangelism

By A. W. Tozer | March 2, 2010
Christianity today is man-centered, not God-centered. God is made to wait patiently, even respectfully, on the whims of men.

A. W. Tozer: Godward Living

By A. W. Tozer | March 2, 2010
O God, I have tasted Thy goodness, and it has both satisfied me and made me thirsty for more.

A. W. Tozer: The Holy Spirit

By A. W. Tozer | March 2, 2010
I say this because it is possible to run a church and all of its activity without the Holy Spirit.

A. W. Tozer: The Church

By A. W. Tozer | February 21, 2010
I would like to see a church become so godly, so Spirit-filled that it would have a spiritual influence on all of the churches in the entire area.

A. W. Tozer: Trials and Pain

By A. W. Tozer | February 13, 2010
The fallow field is smug, contented, protected from the shock of the plow and the agitation of the harrow...But it is paying a terrible price for its tranquility.

We May Expect Troubles

By A. W. Tozer | February 13, 2010
In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world.