"Within the fold of conservative Christianity there are to be found increasing numbers of persons whose religious lives are marked by a growing hunger after God Himself. . . They are athirst for God, and they will not be satisfied till they have drunk deep at the Fountain of Living Water. . . This book is a modest attempt to aid God's hungry children to find Him."
During a train trip from Chicago to Texas in the late 1940s, A. W. Tozer began to write The Pursuit of God. He wrote all night, the words coming to him as fast as he could put them down. When the train pulled into McAllen, the rough draft was done. Although written in such a remarkably short period of time, the depth, clarity, and completeness of Tozer's message has made The Pursuit of God an enduring favorite.
Table of Contents:
- Following Hard After God
- The Blessedness of Possessing Nothing
- Removing the Veil
- Apprehending God
- The Universal Presence
- The Speaking Voice
- The Gaze of the Soul
- Restoring the Creator-Creature Relation
- Meekness and Rest
- The Sacrament of Living
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