Of God and Men: Cultivating the Divine/Human Relationship

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Moody Publishers, Aug 2, 2010 - Religion - 160 pages

Of God and Men is a classic A.W. Tozer title that addresses the subject of men and women actually becoming like God and whether it is possible or not. If it is, how can it be accomplished? In the chapters that follow in the book, Of God and Men, Tozer elaborates on the relationship between God and His people and spurs readers on to Christ-like practices. This series of editorials, arranged and edited by A.W. Tozer covers such topics as confronting everyday problems and adjusting attitudes. A.W. Tozer wants to show the Christian how to cultivate the divine relationship that we so much long for as humans.  He takes us on a journey that shows us how to develop discernment and shows ways to eliminate lethargy in the Church. This is a book that will prepare you to be challenged and to walk away changed!  Tozer wrote of this book in 1960, that the title of this book, gives sufficient indication of what the reader will find in it. God and men and their relation to each other are what really matters in this world.  All his writings revolve around the Man Jesus Christ as Redeemer and Lord.

 

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Contents

Title Page Copyright Foreword
The Report of the Watcher
We Must Have Better Christians
We Need Menof God Again
New Spiritual Leadership Imperative
The Giftof Prophetic Insight
The Prophet Is a Man Apart
NoSubstitute for Obedience 15 Not AllFaith Pleases God 16 Religion Should Produce Action
A NewMan inan OldWorld 18 Spiritual Symmetry IsGods WillforUs 19 Candling Eggs or Feeding Sheep?
Beware the FileCard Mentality
No Part ofthe Christian Faith 26 No ChristianShould Feel Resentment 27 Beware the Vexed Spirit 28 On Backing into Our Convictions 29 We Can B...
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A.W. TOZER began his lifelong pursuit of God at the age of seventeen after hearing a street preacher in Akron, Ohio. A self-taught theologian, Tozer was a pastor, writer and editor whose powerful use of words continues to grip the intellect and stir the soul of today's reader. Among his best-loved books are the classics The Pursuit of God and The Attributes of God.

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