Perpetual Spiritual Infancy

A. W. Tozer Sermon | Perpetual Spiritual Infancy

January 13, 2017 revival-library 3

For some reason, religious activity and godliness do not always go together. To discover this, it is only necessary to observe the current religious scene. There is no lack of soul-winning effort surely, but many of the soul-winners give one the impression that they are little more than salesmen for a brand of Christianity that simply does not lead to saintliness. If this should strike you as being uncharitable, make this little test: kneel down and read reverently the Sermon [Read More…]

A. W. Tozer Sermon | Occupied With Praise

January 3, 2017 revival-library 0

It is surely an erroneous supposition for humans to think or to believe that death will transform our attitude and dispositions. This is what I mean: if in this life we are not really comfortable talking and singing about heaven and its joy, I doubt that death will transform us into enthusiasts! If the worship and adoration of God are tedious now, they will be tedious also after the hour of death. I do not know that God is going [Read More…]

A. W. Tozer Sermon | Much Every Way

December 27, 2016 revival-library 0

Ah, Lord God! Behold, You have made the heavens and the earth by Your great power and outstretched arm. There is nothing too hard for You. –Jeremiah 32:17 When Tennyson wrote “More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of,” he probably uttered a truth of vaster significance than even he understood. While it is not always possible to trace an act of God to its prayer-cause, it is yet safe to say that prayer is back of [Read More…]

A.W. Tozer Sermon | On Being Seekers and Servers of God

December 22, 2016 revival-library 0

Sins of great magnitude may indicate an energy of soul which if turned in a right direction can lead far up the way toward spiritual perfection. Conversely, there is a meanness of soul that inhibits and restricts the scope and intensity of even the most common activities. When such a soul is converted, it may be only to mediocrity. On his own testimony Paul before his conversion was a great sinner (1 Timothy 1:15). He persecuted Christians with great violence [Read More…]