The Pursuit of God

by A. W. Tozer     |     Book Summary


Author: A. W. Tozer
Publisher: Moody
Date: March, 31, 2015
Pages: 136

Book Summary of The Pursuit of God by A. W. Tozer


The normal Christian life is meant to be lived in conscious awareness and enjoyment of God’s eternal presence.

Which means that we, as Christians, are meant to focus on, to thirst after, to strive for, to pursue God’s presence with all our might.

The wonderful news of the gospel is that our pursuit of God is guaranteed to be successful for two reasons: First, it is first prompted by his pursuit of us, and second because God is forever seeking to reveal himself to us.  

As we look to him and contemplate him we will find the welcoming and friendly eyes of our Father in heaven looking back.

So come, find the insatiable thirst for God which dwells within you as his creature, and find that thirst quenched by God himself, even as it grows with every moment you draw nearer to him and he to you.












The Pursuit of God

by A. W. Tozer

[ Book Summary ]


Book Summary of The Pursuit of God by A. W. Tozer

AuthorA. W. Tozer
PublisherMoody
DateMarch, 31, 2015
Pages136


Overview:

The normal Christian life is meant to be lived in conscious awareness and enjoyment of God’s eternal presence.

Which means that we, as Christians, are meant to focus on, to thirst after, to strive for, to pursue God’s presence with all our might.

The wonderful news of the gospel is that our pursuit of God is guaranteed to be successful for two reasons: First, it is first prompted by his pursuit of us, and second because God is forever seeking to reveal himself to us.  

As we look to him and contemplate him we will find the welcoming and friendly eyes of our Father in heaven looking back.

So come, find the insatiable thirst for God which dwells within you as his creature, and find that thirst quenched by God himself, even as it grows with every moment you draw nearer to him and he to you.




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