Tuesdays with Tozer

A.W. Tozer is a man who will make you hungry for God.

I'm thrilled to welcome Margaret Feinberg to Out of Ur this spring. Margaret is a fine author and speaker, and she's a great addition to the conversation on Ur. For the next few weeks we'll be posting her reflections on the writings of A.W. Tozer. -Url Scaramanga

This spring I've decided to shake things up and throw a Tuesday with Tozer party every week. I hope to offer short snippets from this wonderful writer and lover of God who penned classics including:The Pursuit of God and Knowledge of the Holy.

Tozer wasn't a man of means. While on his way home from work at a tire company, a street preacher cried out, "If you don't know how to be saved…just call on God." When Tozer arrived home, he followed the street preacher's advice and his life changed forever. Tozer's story, like many others, reminds us not to mock to those whose approach to sharing the good news of God is different than our own.

Though he lacked formal theological training, Tozer became a pastor of a small church and continued ...

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