I Talk Back to the Devil: Essays in Spiritual Perfection Paperback
Essays in Spiritual Perfection
by A.W. Tozer;
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I Talk Back to the Devil: Essays in Spiritual Perfection
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I Talk Back to the Devil: Essays in Spiritual Perfection by A.W. Tozer was published by Authentic in May 1984 and is our 26882nd best seller. The ISBN for I Talk Back to the Devil: Essays in Spiritual Perfection is 9781850781486.
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I Talk Back to the DevilMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Although a name I had heard for many years, I am ashamed to say, this is the first book I have read by this great Preacher and Writer. As Authentic have re-published a number of his titles it is an ideal opportunity to learn from his teaching. Ten books have been published singly or as a boxed set, ISBN 978-1-850-78835-5, £35, but The Good BookStall will be reviewing them individually.
I Talk Back to the Devil is a collection of twelve sermons delivered to his Chicago congregation because of his awareness of ‘Satan attempting to thwart the purpose of God’. As you read you can sense that this is the transcript of the spoken word, and it feels as though these words are being addressed directly to you the reader. Powerful words exhorting us to ‘Seek more of God – and seek Him for Himself alone’, John Wesley’s words, and at many other times he quotes for our edification the author of The Cloud of Unknowing who he refers to as ‘the old saint’. Tozer is brutally honest about our contentment with where we are in our Christian life and teaches us how to continually grow into being better Christians, nearer to God.
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|Page last updated||5th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||A.W. Tozer|
|Publisher||Authentic (May 1984)|
|Number of Pages||152|