Sara seems to enjoy Tozer as much as I do, so I have to share this with you . . .
In the introduction to “The Best of A.W. Tozer,” originally published in 1978 and republished as “The Best of A.W. Tozer, Book 1,” in 2007, Dr. Warren Wiersbe, who compiled the book, writes the following about A.W. Tozer (1897-1963):
“I guess my philosophy is this: Everything is wrong until God sets it right.”
That statement from Dr. A.W. Tozer perfectly summarized what he believed and what he tried do during his years of ministry. The entire focus of his preaching and writing was on God. He had no time for religious hucksters who were inventing new ways to promote their wares and inflate their statistics. Like Thoreau, whom he read and admired, Tozer marched to a different drummer; and for this reason, he was usually out of step with many of the people in the religious parade.
But it was this evangelical eccentricity…
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