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More Thoughts From A.W. Tozer

Dear Friends, Today is my first day back after three weeks away. Unlike God, we as humans do need occasional vacations to relax, get refreshed and refocus. For there is a degree of truth to the saying, “All work and no play makes Johnny a dull boy.” God affirmed our need to rest from work when He ordained the Sabbath. He even expanded the Sabbath from its original limitation of one day, and through Jesus made it possible for us to “enter His rest,” or the continuous, ongoing, “Sabbath rest for the people of God” (Hebrews 4:1 & 9). It’s an idea that fits well with our ‘thought’ for today from A. W. Tozer entitled, “God is Easy to Live With,” found in his book, “The Root of the Righteous.” If you are looking at the length and thinking, “It’s a bit long…” you will skip over something profoundly relevant, insightful, and personally healing, since many still struggle with thoughts that God is hard to live with. He is not, as Tozer beautifully explains. Enjoy. “Satan’s first attack on

Thoughts From A.W. Tozer

Dear Friends, I read a book by A. W. Tozer recently, entitled “The Root of the Righteous,” in which he asks a good question: “Is there a difference between being Bible taught or Spirit taught?” It is a question worth considering, since as Tozer goes on to show, it is possible to be instructed by one and not the other. In fact, if you have experience in churches you will likely see his words ring true. Enjoy. “It may shock some readers to suggest that there is a difference between being Bible taught and being Spirit taught. Nevertheless, it is so. It is altogether possible to be instructed in the rudiments of the faith and still have no real understanding of the whole thing. It is possible to go on to become an expert in Bible doctrine and not have spiritual illumination, with the result that a veil remains over the mind, preventing it from apprehending the truth in its spiritual sense. (I Cor. 2:10a-16 / II Cor. 3:12-18). Most of us are acquainted with churches that teach the Bib