Thoughts from Canaan…

"The whole land of Canaan, where you now reside as a foreigner, I will give as an everlasting possession to you and your descendants after you; and I will be their God." – Genesis 17:8

Top Quotes from A.W. Tozer’s ‘Whatever Happened to Worship?’

tozerphtob1. “We secularize God, we secularize the gospel of Christ and we secularize worship.”

2. “If you cannot worship the Lord in the midst of your responsibilities on Monday, it is not very likely that you were worshiping on Sunday!”

3. “There is no limit to what God can do through us if we are His yielded and purified people, worshiping and showing forth His glory and His faithfulness.”

4. “I believe a local church exists to do corporately what each Christian believer should be doing individually—and that is to worship God.”

5. “Many of us are strictly ‘Santa Claus’ Christians. We think of God as putting up the Christmas tree and putting our gifts underneath. That is only an elementary kind of love.”

6. “In my study and observations, a revival generally results in a sudden bestowment of a spirit of worship.”

7. “One thing is sure. I will never bend my knees and say ‘Holy, holy, holy’ to that which I have been able to decipher and figure out in my own mind!”

8. “Even in our Christian circles we are prone to depend upon techniques and methods in the work that Christ has given us to do. Without a complete dependence upon the Holy Spirit we can only fail. If we have been misled to believe that we can do Christ’s work ourselves, it will never be done.”


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