Tuesdays with Tozer

Tuesdays with Tozer

I’ve been thinking a lot about spiritual transformation–what really changes us? What makes us more into the image of Christ? The newborn Christian is a migrant; he has come into the kingdom of God from his old home in the kingdom of man and he must get set...

Tuesdays with Tozer

Tozer’s words remind me that as we seek to know God, the desire begins both on an individual and corporate level. It’s a hunger. A longing. A desire that stirs above other. Is it possible that the Christian church is now satisfied to accept God as simply...

Tuesdays with Tozer

I’ve asked the question, “Which comes easier for you-silence or stillness?” I think it’s important to distinguish the subtle but significant difference. Few realize secret of bathing our souls in silence. It was a secret our Lord Jesus Christ...

Tuesdays with Tozer

I love Tozer’s feistiness! I have to remind myself that he wrote this nearly half a century ago. Not much has changed–except for maybe what’s on the menu (lasagna instead of ham)! If the bush had been burning in that way in our day, do you know what...

Tuesdays with Tozer

I cringe when people suggest that becoming a follower of Jesus will provide a shield from hurt, pain, and loss. After all, Jesus was nailed to a tree, betrayed by a best friend, and stared death in the eyes. Yes, he triumphed, but he also never went numb. He felt. He...