Challenging gems from Tozer!

Among the plastic saints of our times—Jesus has to do all the dying.
All we want is to hear another sermon about His dying!

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It is no longer either dangerous or costly to be a Christian!

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Some Christians have taken all the justice, judgment and hatred of sin out of the nature of God—and have nothing left but a soft god.

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Let us start reading our Bibles with the thought that God means exactly what He says!

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The most godly Christian is the one who knows himself best.
No one who knows himself, will believe that he deserves anything better than Hell.

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Anyone who wishes to check on his true spiritual condition may do so, by noting what his voluntary thoughts have been over the last hours or days.

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We have learned to live with unholiness in our churches, and have come to look upon it as the natural and expected thing.

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I would rather stand alone and have everybody as my enemy—than to go along with the crowd to Hell!

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Everywhere among professors we find people who are Bible-taught, but not Spirit-taught.
They grasp the truth with the mind, not the heart.

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Many professing Christians are caught up with the toys of contemporary society.
They may be going to Hell, but it is going to be a comfortable ride for them.

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Christians don't tell lies—they just go to church and sing them!

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Saving faith is irrevocable, total commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ Himself!

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Most Christians would be better pleased, if the Lord did not inquire into their personal affairs too closely. They want Him to save them, keep them happy and take them to Heaven at last—but not to be too inquisitive about their desires or daily conduct.

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The church has failed, by living too much like the world!

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The difficulty we modern Christians face, is not misunderstanding the Bible—but persuading our worldly hearts to accept its plain instructions!


 
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We must do something about the cross, and only one of two things we can do—flee it or die upon it.