knowledge-of-sin

Knowledge of Sin

October 13, 2017 revival-library 1

“The more I learn about my sin in my own heart, the more I want to know God’s grace.” – A.W. Tozer The Contrast of Sin and Grace Admin: There is a large and ever growing sentiment among many Christians, that we don’t need to make much mention of sin. That instead we should singularly focus on the attribute of God’s love and His great willingness to forgive. There is however a glaring logical problem to this train of thought… [Read More…]

winter-experiences

A. W. Tozer Sermon: Winter Experiences

October 11, 2017 revival-library 0

There is such a thing as a renaissance, a personal revival. The best illustration is the coming of the springtime on the farm. The snow will lay all winter long, and in some places you don”t see the ground until springtime. How utterly dead everything looks, but you know that life is still there. The trees are stark, but there is life in them. The roots in the ground are all quiet, but there is life down there. Just below [Read More…]

Trials Are Only Temporary

A. W Tozer Sermon: Trials Are Only Temporary

August 24, 2017 revival-library 0

The man whom Christ illuminates with His message has eyes, and that resolves the old difficulty of blindness; but he must use his new eyes in a blind world, and that creates another problem. The world in its blindness resents his claim to sight and will go to any lengths to discredit the claim. The truth of Christ brings assurance and so removes the former problem of fear and uncertainty, but that assurance will be interpreted as bigotry by the [Read More…]

When Interests Collide

A.W. Tozer | When Interests Collide

August 16, 2017 revival-library 0

by A.W. Tozer Whether we are considering two men or two nations we see how personal interest controls their relation to each other. Two men can live together in perfect harmony as long as their interests coincide. Indeed it might correctly be said that human society can exist only by organizing itself in such a manner as to serve the interests of the majority of persons composing it, or at least of those persons who are in a position to [Read More…]