Item description for Men Who Met God: Twelve Life-Changing Encounters by A. W. Tozer & Gerald B. Smith...
Overview A look at 7 Old Testament saints who had sometimes dramatic but alsways life-changing encounters with God. Simple, genuine, compelling reading designed for personal application.
In A. W. Tozer's, "Men Who Met God," we find and outstanding overview of the life of seven biblical figures who should permeate our lives every day. "Men Who Met God" is just that, a book about 7 men who had the awesome experience of walking and communing with God in some fashion in the acoolnessi1/2' of the afternoon, through a burning bush, through personal discussion, or another divinely inspired method and shows how they learned, were taught and exemplifies our meager understanding of the relationship between man and God. This book, " Men Who Met God," by A.W. Tozer is classic Tozer and sheds light on how Tozer was able to write and preach a message or group of messages that brought home a particular point. In this book, Tozer points out humility, renewal, blessing, reconciliation and confession.
Many of the greatest pastors of this day and age have one of A.W. Tozer's 40 writings on their shelves. Warren Wiersbe said that, If a sermon can be compared to a beam of light, then A.W. Tozer released a laser beam from the pulpit, a beam that penetrated your heart.
This particular book was originally preached as a series of sermons by A.W. Tozer at Southside Alliance Church in Chicago. These sermons were compiled into this book form by Gerald B. Smith in 1986.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
ISBN 1600660193 ISBN13 9781600660191
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More About A. W. Tozer & Gerald B. Smith
A.W. TOZER began his lifelong pursuit of God at the age of seventeen after hearing a street preacher in Akron, Ohio. A self-taught theologian, Tozer was a pastor, writer and editor whose powerful use of words continues to grip the intellect and stir the soul of today's reader. Among his best-loved books are the classics The Pursuit of God and The Attributes of God.
A. W. Tozer was born in 1897 and died in 1963.
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The Veiled Face of Moses Jul 17, 2004
The premise of this book is simple, but the message is powerful and pointed. A.W. Tozer examines some of the life-changing experiences in the lives of the Old Testament Patriarchs and Prophets--specifically, the moment when these great men of faith met God face-to-face. Reading this book has spoiled me on every other similar work. The book awakened a newfound passion in my heart for the great saints of the Old Testament and none I have found since has matched the power and soul-piercing insight of Men Who Met God.
Chapter Titles: 1. We Preach Christ 2. I Will Pay Any Price 3. God Is All I Need 4. Let the Fresh Waters Flow 5. God is Really Here 6. I Will Not Let Thee Go 7. Why This Burning Bush? 8. The Treasures of Egypt 9. I Stand Before God 10. I Have Seen Another World 11. The Heavens Were Opened 12. When Will Revival Come?
From the Back Cover: "Many a congregation has been renewed and blessed when believers have been willing to reopen the Bible wells of reconciliation and confession. When Christians are harboring hard feelings against each other, they need to be reconciled." (from chapter 4)
"Christian believers are called to be burning bushes. They are not necessarily called to be great, or to be promoters and organizers. But they are called to be people in whom the beautifying fire of God dwells, people who have met God in the purifying crisis of encounter!" (from chapter 7)
"Throughout church history, the great Christians were those who were willing to go down in humility before God. Then they let God raise them up. In our day very few of us are willing to go down." (from chapter 8)