This collection includes 50 Tozer volumes - 4 Devotionals, 2 Biographies, 29 Books on Christian Living, 11 Sermon Helps, and 4 Sermon Illustration Works.
This bundle includes:
- Paths to Power
- How to be Filled with the Holy Spirit
- Men Who Met God/li>
- The Christian Book of Mystical Verse
- Of God and Men
- Born After Midnight
- Jesus is Victor
- I Talk Back to the Devil
- Echoes from Eden
- The Early Tozer: A Word in Season
- The Incredible Christian
- Warfare of the Spirit
- The Best of A.W. Tozer Vol. 1
- The Best of A.W. Tozer Vol. 2
- The Set of the Sail
- Whatever Happened to Worship?
- Tragedy in the Church
- Wingspread: Albert B. Simpson
- Renewed Day by Day
- Tozer Speaks to Students
- Tozer Speaks
- Man, the Dwelling Place of God
- Let My People Go
- Success and the Christian
- The Radical Cross
- The World: Playground or Battleground?
- The Attributes of God Vol. 1 and 2 with Study Guide
- Christ the Eternal Son
- Faith Beyond Reason
- The Counselor
- Gems from Tozer
- God Tells the Man Who Cares
- I Call It Heresy!
- Jesus, Author of Our Faith
- Jesus, Our Man in Glory
- The Pursuit of God
- The Root of the Righteous
- Rut, Rot or Revival
- Size of the Soul
- Tozer on the Almighty God
- Tozer on Worship and Entertainment
- Tozer Topical Reader
- We Travel the Appointed Way
- Who Put Jesus on the Cross?
- The Quotable Tozer
- The Price of Neglect
- The Next Chapter After the Last
- Tozer on the Holy Spirit
- Mornings with Tozer
- Tozer on Christian Leadership
About the Author
He was called a "A 20th century prophet" even in his own lifetime. Tozer began his lifelong pursuit of God at the age of seventeen after hearing a street preacher in Akron, Ohio say: "If you don't know how to be saved…just call on God." Upon returning home, he climbed into the attic and called on God to be saved.
In 1919, five years after his conversion and without any formal theological training, Tozer accepted an offer to pastor his first church. Thus began his journey of forty-four years of ministry, serving faithfully with the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) denomination.
In 1950, Tozer was elected editor of the Alliance Weekly magazine, now called Alliance Life,, the official publication of the C&MA.
Among the many books that he authored, the most well known is the Christian classic The Pursuit of God. His books impress on the reader the possibility and necessity for a deeper relationship with God.
If a sermon can be compared to light, then A.W. Tozer released a laser beam from the pulpit, a beam that penetrated your heart
His ability to separate the wheat from the chaff, the lesser the greater, reflects his great vision of God.
Those who drink deeply of his writings are refreshed and nourished. We need invigorating draughts of Tozer today!
A W Tozer was my primary spiritual mentor when I was a young Christian. No Christian author has had a greater impact on me.
I have read and reread Tozer's books and each time sense a hushed silence. It is the silence that has heard from God.
The writings of Tozer shake me from slumber, inspire grand thoughts and expose the compromise in my heart.
In our information age, Tozer's books continue to offer not just information but insight which is relevant and time-tested.
I fear that we shall never see another Tozer. Men like him are not college bred but Spirit taught.
Speaking from a wealth of biblical knowledge and rich pastoral experience, Tozer writes for the ages, calling God's people from the trite, superficial Christianity that is all too common today, to a serious pursuit of God.
Tozer is one the great Christian writers of this century…Reading him is like drinking at an oasis in the desert.
A W Tozer's elegant testimony has made him one of the more quotable writers in theological literature.
Tozer certainly had a knowledge of the Holy. A few minutes in his presence made it evident that he walked with God.
Tozer's books reflect a unigue blend of genuine piety and downright common sense...He challenges every sort of spiritual pretention.
Tozer is timeless...Whenever my heart needs to be rekindled I seem to find myself eventually turning to Tozer.
My life and leadership...continue to be challenged by Christ's 'high call' as enunciated through Dr. Tozer's writings.