The Pursuit of God
Since the first edition of The Pursuit of God was published in 1948, millions of copies have been printed and distributed in several languages around the world. While all of Tozer's writings are well received, The Pursuit of God continues to be the most popular.
Perhaps the continued usefulness of this book can be attributed to the writer's great spiritual discovery that to seek God does not narrow one's life, but brings it, rather, to the level of highest possible fulfillment.
A. W. Tozer was something of a twentieth-century prophet calling the modern church back to the practice of godliness and to that level of spiritual reality enjoyed by serious seekers after God from the days of the apostles. In the legacy of his writings, none speaks more clearly to our deepest heart need than The Pursuit of God.
Table of Contents:
- Following Hard after God
- The Blessedness of Possessing Nothing
- Removing the Veil
- Apprehending God
- The Universal Presence
- The Speaking Voice
- The Gaze of the Soul
- Restoring the Creator-Creature Relation
- Meekness and Rest
- The Sacrament of Living