About A.W. Tozer

A "20th-century prophet" many called him during his lifetime. For 31 years A.W.Tozer was pastor of Southside Alliance Church in Chicago. He was involved in the missionary alliance movement for most of his pulpit life. A.W. Tozer lived in the presence of God he saw clearly and he spoke as a prophet to the church. He sought for God's honor with the zeal of Elijah and mourned with Jeremiah at the apostasy of God's people.
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(1 Peter - Part 28): After Conversion, the Remainder of Your Life Should Be Different by A.W. Tozer

A.W. Tozer

Published on 09/16/2016

Scripture(s): 1 Peter 4:1-5 I am not going to waste any tears on anybody who comes whimpering to me for sympathy because people think he's strange from following Christ. The moment it can't be said of a Christian, He's different, he has disgraced his testimony and sold out his faith. A. W. Tozer explores 1 Peter 4:1-5 with ironclad logic, tempered by his distinctive spark of congenial wit. He contemplates the meaning of strange, defines a Christian and the Christian perspective of time, and extols the virtues of a silent reply. Pastor Tozer's remarkable mind is at its best in this 28th message of his 34-part series on the first epistle of Peter. Recorded on June 6, 1954, in Chicago, Illinois.

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