“It is utterly necessary that we know this God, this One that John wrote about, this One that the poet speaks about, this One that theology talks about and this One that we’re sent to preach and teach about,” Tozer writes in the introduction to his second volume on God’s attributes. Again, the chapters included here were preached as sermons, this time to the Avenue Road congregation in Toronto, Canada. Among the ten attributes Tozer focuses on are God’s transcendence, immutability, wisdom, and faithfulness. Tozer believes that Christianity has lost its dignity, its inwardness; that Christians have lost the awe, the wonder, the fear and the delight in God. He hopes through the reading of these sermons that Christians will know God again. “Nothing less than this will save us,” he warns us. David E. Fessenden adds a study guide in this volume for an in-depth look at each attribute.
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