The Pursuit of God Paperback
by A W Tozer;
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A classic text from one of the foremost Christian writers to have ever lived, The Pursuit of God opens up what a life to the full solely for God looks like.
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The Pursuit of God
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Do you want to live a life or devotion and worship that is above the boring humdrum of mere Christian duty?
The AUTHENTIC CLASSICS range brings together some of the best-loved books of the last six decades at a price you can afford! The series provides stories of hope, practical guidance and solid teaching from internationally acclaimed Christian authors. Paperback.
The Pursuit of God is a devotional classic with over 1.5 million copies in print.
The Pursuit of God by A W Tozer was published by Authentic in September 2004 and is our 13127th best seller. The ISBN for The Pursuit of God is 9781850785958.
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The Pursuit of GodPhelim McIntyre, via The Good Book Stall
Written over half a century ago, A W Tozer's The Pursuit of God is as fresh today as it was then. In a world where even the journey home from the office is work time, and time with God and the family is sacrificed to meet deadlines, The Pursuit of God is a needed reminder of what we are missing. If your New Years resolution was to spend more time reading the Bible or praying then this book is a must read.
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Details for The Pursuit of God
|Author / Artist||A W Tozer|
|Publisher||Authentic (September 2004)|
|Number of Pages||118|
|Page last updated||28th December 2016|