A.W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God, quotes


God has objective existence independent of and apart from any notions which we may have concerning Him. The worshipping heart does not create its Object. It finds Him here when it wakes from its moral slumber in the morning of its regeneration. Tozer, A. W. (Aiden Wilson) (2011-03-24). The Pursuit of God (pp. 38-39). . … Continue reading A.W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God, quotes

Church?


"Despite what most people think, the 'church' is more than just bricks and mortar.  It's always been, and always will be, a fellowship of people that goes far beyond the walls of any building, denomination or meeting space.  It's a community of people who have found healthy patterns of human relating and new standards for … Continue reading Church?

Messy Spirituality Quote


"Messy Spirituality is the scandalous assertion that following Christ is anything but tidy and neat, balanced and orderly.  Far from it.  Spirituality is complex, complicated, and perplexing-the disorderly, sloppy, chaotic look of authentic faith in the real world.  Spirituality is anything but a straight line; it is a mixed-up, topsy-turvy, helter-skelter godliness that turns our … Continue reading Messy Spirituality Quote

Birth to Death – Every Man’s Journey


"The journey of every human being begins in the mother's womb, with life defined not by possessions but by intimate dependence on the one who gives life itself.  It ends in the womb of the grave, where one is stripped of possessions and intimately reconnected with 'mother earth'.  There are no exceptions; every life must … Continue reading Birth to Death – Every Man’s Journey

Divine Essence and Creation


“The doctrine of the Trinity likewise provides the foundation for understanding this dimension of the act of creation.  As we have seen, God’s essence is love.  The dynamic of the Trinity is the love reciprocated between the Father and the Son, which is the Holy Spirit.  This central dimension of the essence of God – … Continue reading Divine Essence and Creation