James, John Angell – Christian Progress

CHRISTIAN PROGRESS
John Angell James, 1853

Introduction
NECESSITY of Christian Progress
NATURE of Christian Progress
MEANS of Christian Progress
MISTAKES concerning Christian Progress
HINDRANCES to Christian Progress
MOTIVES to Christian Progress
ENCOURAGEMENTS to Christian Progress

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James, John Angell – Christian Love

CHRISTIAN LOVE,
or the Influence of Religion upon Temper

By John Angell James, 1828
Preface

DESCRIPTION and Enforcement of Love
The NATURE of Love
The MISAPPLICATION of Love
The Indispensable NECESSITY of Love
The PROPERTIES of Christian Love
The MEEKNESS of Love
The KINDNESS of Love
The CONTENTMENT of Love
The HUMILITY of Love
The DECORUM of Love
The UNSELFISHNESS of Love
The TRUSTFULNESS of Love
The JOY of Love
The TOLERATION of Love
The SELF-DENIAL of Love
The PERMANENCE of Love
The PRE-EMINENCE of Love
Instruction
Examination & Humiliation
Exhortation

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Tozer, A.W. – Jesus, Author Of Our Faith.top

FOREWORD
Tozer once warned Christian believers not to read the Bible as they would another piece of literature or a textbook. “I have always felt that when we read and study the Word of God, we should have great expectations,” he explained. “We should ask the Holy Spirit to reveal the person, the glory and the eternal ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ.”
This book is centered on Jesus. It is based on sermons Tozer preached from the final chapters of the Letter to the Hebrews. The author’s intention, from chapter to chapter, is to underscore the necessity of an active, abiding faith in Jesus Christ. Only in that way can we please God.
More than in most of his books, Tozer reaches into his personal experience as he applies the rich truths of key texts. For that reason, it is fitting that the publisher will release this volume in May 1988—exactly twenty five years after Tozer’s death on May 13, 1963.
For those who try to collect Tozer titles as they become available, it should be pointed out that Jesus, Author of Our Faith is a companion volume to Jesus, Our Man in Glory, which is based on the earlier chapters of Hebrews. Together, the two books examine most of the important emphases in that significant Letter. They do so in Tozer’s inimitable style and with his incisive expression.

Gerald B. Smith

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Tozer, A.W. – Jesus Is Victor – An Exposition On Revelation

The following paragraphs are the thoughts and words of the author, A.W. Tozer, as he explained to his Toronto congregation his own approach to the Revelation.

THE REVELATION IS A GREAT BOOK because it is the revelation of Jesus Christ! It is not, as some suppose, a book just for theologians, scholars and historians. Although the book presents a complex message, it was written for ordinary people like us.
We have choices as to what we will do with the Revelation. I warn you that it is entirely possible to turn the Revelation into a source of blight to your soul. On the other hand, it is possible to find in this Revelation a great source of light and blessing.
As far as I am concerned, we are dealing in the Revelation with the Word of God. To try to plumb divine mysteries and to learn divine truth without sorrow in our hearts and tears in our eyes is vanity and futility ten times multiplied.

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Tozer, A.W. – Knowledge of the Holy

Knowledge Of The Holy
by A.W. Tozer
Contents

PREFACE
CHAPTER 1 Why We Must Think Rightly About God
CHAPTER 2 God Incomprehensible
CHAPTER 3 A Divine Attribute: Something True About God
CHAPTER 4 The Holy Trinity
CHAPTER 5 The Self-existence Of God
CHAPTER 6 The self-sufficiency Of God
CHAPTER 7 The Eternity Of God
CHAPTER 8 God’s Infinitude
CHAPTER 9 The Immutability Of God
CHAPTER 10 The Divine Omniscience
CHAPTER 11 The Wisdom Of God
CHAPTER 12 The Omnipotence Of God
CHAPTER 13 The Devine Transcendence
CHAPTER 14 God’s Omnipresence
CHAPTER 15 The Faithfulness Of God
CHAPTER 16 The Goodness Of God
CHAPTER 17 The Justice Of God
CHAPTER 18 The Mercy Of God
CHAPTER 19 The Grace Of God
CHAPTER 20 The Love Of God
CHAPTER 21 The Holiness Of God
CHAPTER 22 The Sovereignty Of God
CHAPTER 23 The Open Secret

 

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Tozer, A.W. – Christ The Eternal Son

Preface

If Dr. A.W. Tozer ever became impatient with his fellow Christians during his lifetime, it was because they showed too little inclination to think and to ponder and to meditate on eternity!
In the sermon which constitutes the first chapter of this book, Dr. Tozer was apparently chiding his hearers when he said: “If you do not engage in deep thinking, it may not seem so amazing, but if you have given yourself to frequent thoughtful consideration, you are astonished at the bridging of the great gulf between God and not God.”
Later, he spoke of his own practice of thoughtful meditation when he said: “I admit that I like to dream and dwell in my thoughts upon those ages long past.”
In the third chapter, speaking of sensitivity to divine truth, Dr. Tozer said: “We must meditate on the eternal nature of God in order to worship as we should.”
Then he added, openly chiding this time: ”Now, if you have one of those mousetrap minds, open and shut, you will casually remark: ‘It is all quite simple—that is the attribute of God called eternity. You will find it in a footnote on page 71 in So and So’s Systematic Theology. Now, let’s go out and have a soda.’”
In these chapters you will also find Dr. Tozer’s confession of his basic “spiritual philosophy.” Simply, it was this: “Everything is wrong until Jesus sets it right!”

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