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The Pursuit of God

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Come near to the holy men and women of the past and you will soon feel the heat of their desire after God. Let A. W. Tozer’s pursuit of God spur you also into a genuine hunger and thirst to truly know God.

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To have found God and still to pursue Him is a paradox of love, scorned indeed by the too-easily-satisfied religious person, but justified in happy experience by the children of the burning heart. Saint Bernard of Clairvaux stated this holy paradox in a musical four-line poem that will be instantly understood by every worshipping soul:

We taste Thee, O Thou Living Bread,
And long to feast upon Thee still:
We drink of Thee, the Fountainhead
And thirst our souls from Thee to fill.

Come near to the holy men and women of the past and you will soon feel the heat of their desire after God. Let A. W. Tozer’s pursuit of God spur you also into a genuine hunger and thirst to truly know God.

 

About the Author

Among the more than 40 books that he authored, at least two are regarded as Christian classics: The Pursuit of God and The Knowledge of the Holy. His books impress on the reader the possibility and necessity of a deeper relationship with God.

 


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Weight.29 lbs
Dimensions8 × 5 × .33 in
Type

Paperback

ISBN

978-1-62245-296-5

2 reviews for The Pursuit of God

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kerry Hedden

    I have to say that this is one of my absolute favorite books that I have ever read. When I received this book I thought, 111 pages I’ll be finished in just two days! Wrong, this is a book that you actually experience and it instead took 13 days for me to finish. A. W. Tozer wrote this book back in 1948 and was responding to the deadness that those attending church were feeling because the pastors of the time we not teaching people how to know God.

    At first I was not sure that I would like the book because the tone was a bit different but after about 10 pages or so I understood his cadence and tone and it was much easier to read so if it seems a little dry, stay with it you’ll get his way of speaking in a few pages. My favorite page of the book is page 7; it describes his desire to make us want to really get to know God on a very personal level. It is here that he very accurately describes the state of our spirituality, and it floors me that this was also happening in 1948, you would think he is writing to our society today.

    “The stiff and wooden quality about our religious lives is a result of our utter lack of holy desire. Complacency is a deadly foe of all spiritual growth.”

    “The simplicity which is in Christ is rarely found among us.”

    My favorite chapter of the book is Chapter three, Removing the Veil. This chapter is about removing our selfishness and understanding what it means spiritually to be able to commune with God. He also explains the many characteristics of God, helping you draw closer to him. I would highly recommend this book; you will be walked through a real growing process of how to actively pursue a real and spiritual relationship with God. It is really a self examination of your heart and your personal relationship with our Creator.

    This book was given to me by Aneko Press for my honest review.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jon Dufendach (verified owner)

    Chapter 3 “Removing the Veil” explains well the key to coming into the presence of God. It removes the illusion of calling ourselves “Christians” while failing to know Him due to our refusal to forsake the self-life. Highly recommended.

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