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    EBOOK / KINDLE [The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality] author A.W. Tozer free read The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality Solid and always challenging meditations on different topics in light of God's Word and our belonging to Christ Tozer is always good to challenge you to examine your own walk and love for Jesus

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    EBOOK / KINDLE [The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality] author A.W. Tozer A.W. Tozer ✓ 8 read & download free read The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality This was an excellent and encouraging read Tozer's style is very casual and conversational and easy to understand I also appreciated that the chapters were short and topical This is my kind of book I would definitely recommend it

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    summary ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ A.W. Tozer A.W. Tozer ✓ 8 read & download EBOOK / KINDLE [The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality] author A.W. Tozer AW Tozer gives 46 devotional thoughts wrapping around the idea of the individuals development in godliness The topics varied around true worship cruciformity being over doing love by faith and not sight etc Tozer in his conviction and piercing writing style is perfect for the new believer that needs the commander style discipler learning the values of discipline and consistency in devotion Though this is the highlight of the book of the

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    EBOOK / KINDLE [The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality] author A.W. Tozer This is a book of forty six short articles that originally appeared as editorials in a publication known as The Alliance Weekly It was also heavily uoted in Gary Moon's excellent book Becoming Dallas WillardThe first sentence of this wonderfu

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    EBOOK / KINDLE [The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True Spirituality] author A.W. Tozer Tozer is always challenging and comforting Challenging in that he calls us to nothing less than complete surrender to God Co

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Tozer is always challenging and comforting Challenging in that he calls us to nothing less than complete surrender to God Comforting in that he points us to the goodness and power of to nothing less than complete surrender to God Comforting in that he points us to the goodness and power of We can surrender all because God is wholly trustworthy This collection of essays guides us into a deeper communion with God Some of my favorite uotes Much that passes for Christianity today is the brief bright effort of the severed branch to bring forth its fruit in its season The temptation to make our relation to God judicial instead of personal is very strong The fellowship of God is delightful beyond all telling He communes with His redeemed ones in an easy uninhibited fellowship that is restful and healing to the soul True moral wisdom must always be an echo of God s voice We fear extremes and shy away from too much ardor in religion as if it were possible to have too much love or too much faith or too much holiness And these are all from the first few chapters This book isn t simply worth reading it s worth meditating on What a great book Full of truths and insight that we all should take into account and follow Solid and always challenging meditations on different topics in light of God s Word and our belonging to Christ Tozer is always good to challenge you to examine your own walk and love for Jesus This short 160 page book has 46 chapters of several pages each Although the chapters were brief the truths contained therein were powerful I enjoy Tozer s direct style and convicting truth This is the second book of his that I have read The Pursuit of God being the first It would not be far fetched to state that Tozer s works remind me of Spurgeonfull of truth hard hitting and uite convictingI like that Tozer addresses the church at large and although written in the 1950 s everything penned in this book is as applicable as the day it was writtenI highly recommend this book to any and all Christians who have a thirst and passionate desire to grow in walk with God I will finish this recommendation with a snippet from one of the last chapters of the bookThe man who has met God is not looking for something he has found it he is not searching for light upon him the Light has already shined His certainty may seem bigoted but his is the assurance of one who nows by experience His religion is not hearsay he is not a copy nor a facsimile print he is an original from the hand of the Holy GhostWe have not here described a superior saint merely a true Christian far from perfect and with much yet to learn but his firsthand acuaintance with God saves him from the

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scramble in which the world engaged and which is popularly touted as progress This is a book of forty six short articles that originally appeared as editorials in a publication nown as The Alliance Weekly It was also heavily uoted in Gary Moon s excellent book Becoming Dallas WillardThe first sentence of this wonderful little book is this One marked difference between the faith of our fathers as conceived by the fathers and the same faith as understood and lived by their child. Tapping the Bedrock of True SpiritualityGod commands Christians to both bear fruit and be rooted in Christ But one comes before the other In this collection of short essays Tozer writes about the need for communion with. The Root of the Righteous: Tapping the Bedrock of True SpiritualityItes how we can work and walk without music and if we have true faith we can walk with God without feeling 153 This is said within a paragraph that has so much potential to lean towards a stage theory dark night of the soulesue type understanding yet stops too short I believe in Tozer theory dark night of the soulesue type understanding yet stops too short I believe in Tozer hard pressed teaching but only for the immature believer that needs the power of discipline and self control within his journey However for him to infuse his schoolmaster style with teachings that seem mature yet is not fully fleshed out is confusing for the reader and frustrating for those trying to make it past the hump of immature to mature religion For that reason this book receives its two stars There is no lasting life apart from the root Much that passes for Christianity today is the brief bright effort of the severed branch to bring its fruit in its seasonAW Tozer is not for the faint of heart My heart is always troubled when I read his works But yet somehow I am also encouraged I am encouraged that we have a great God and AW Tozer is one that wants his readers to now that His truth if you are not careful is easy to choke on however chew the truth slowly and compare it to the work of Christ and the character of God and pray fully consider his teaching This study is short little chaptersProbably to ease the chokingAnd the focus is the root of our righteousness in Christ The root of our righteousness is not something to think lightly of but to savor our great salvation In order for our roots to grow deeply we must have the discipline of cultivation and in that cultivation to grow in the How to Read the American City Close Up knowledge of God This is something that has no ending for the Christian If we claim tonow everything about God then I am afraid we now nothing about him at all He is not the God of all things but a god that is made in your image We please Him most not by frantically trying to make ourselves good but by throwing ourselves into His arms with our imperfections and believing that He understands everything and loves us still As always Tozer brings his readers to hard truths he also brings them to a loving God When considering a pastor the average church asks in effect Is this man worthy to speak to us I suppose such a uestion is valid but there is another one in eeping I suppose such a uestion is valid but there is another one in eeping the circumstances it is Are we worthy to hear this man An attitude of humility on the part of the hearers would secure for them a great deal light from whatever sized candle the Lord might be pleased to send them It is in true humility that true repentance is born It is in true humility where we are awestruck by whom God is It is in true humility reality is lived That is the root of righteousness A Special Thank You to Moody Publishers and Netgalley for ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review Tozer is one of my all time favorite authors The Root of the Righteous is one of his books that I read every few years or so His wisdom and his common sense logic are a breath of fresh air and a welcome relief to the nonsense we hear today in our culture and even sometimes in our churche. Ittle the young one wanting growth or the long timer feeling discouraged The Root of the Righteous is indispensable May Tozer bring you to the center to the Vine that you may bear fruit for your joy and God's good pleasu. Ren is that the fathers were concerned with the root of the matter while their present day descendants seem concerned only with the fruitBeginning with a loud bang the book never slows down from there This work by Tozer is a tremendous tool for the spiritual life of the Christian It begins with the premise that it is the root that we need to focus on than the fruit Fruit is good of course It s biblical But good fruit only comes when the root is healthy Each of the forty six chapters is less than five pages Most of them are probably less than four They come with titles such as The Root of the Righteous Listen to the Man Who Listens to God No Regeneration without Reformation The Cross Is a Radical Thing To Be or to Do The Whole Life Must Pray No Saviorhood without Lordship and many I read the whole book in the space of twenty four hours my wife and I were on a getaway weekend at a cabin I am currently using a devotional book that will end by the end of this month March 2019 I plan to re read this one next during my devotional times in the mornings because it is a perfect format for that I want to get as much out of this gem as I canIt s my first experience with Tozer outside of others uoting him and I will certainly be going after This was an excellent and encouraging read Tozer s style is very casual and conversational and easy to understand I also appreciated that the chapters were short and topical This is my ind of book I would definitely recommend it In his style Tozer takes on major hypocrisies and issues in the contemporary church and modern day Christian Lots of challenges and invitations to obey the command of Jesus to deny yourself take up your cross and follow Enjoyed this very much This would work well as a devotional AW Tozer gives 46 devotional thoughts wrapping around the idea of the individuals development in godliness The topics varied around true worship cruciformity being over doing love by faith and not sight etc Tozer in his conviction and piercing writing style is perfect for the new believer that needs the commander style discipler learning the values of discipline and consistency in commander style discipler learning the values of discipline and consistency in Though this is the highlight of the book of the author mainly it is also the lowlight Tozer does not seem to have taken the step from young developing religion into the mature non dualistic spirituality of an elder This is seen by his contradictory writing At the end of his chapter To Be Not To Do chapter 21 Tozer states The message Christ in you the hope of glory Col 127 needs to be restored to the Church We must show a new generation of nervous almost frantic Christians that power lies at be restored to the Church We must show a new generation of nervous almost frantic Christians that power lies at center of the life The desire to be dramatically active is proof of our religious infantilism it is a type of exhibitionism common to the indergarten 92 The point is valid but in the context of the rest of the book it is confusing Tozer writes as a schoolmaster harking at actions and simultaneously shaming the being Is it not a contradiction to value the inner life by whipping the body To continue this point Tozer later wr. God in the life of the believer He critiues the focus on fruit and not on the Fount offering thoughtful and practical insights for living the nourished life  For the Christian eager to bear fruit the busy one bearing