In a sense, Christian pastor Aiden Wilson Tozer wrote The Pursuit of God (1948) to pick up where the Bible left off. In this audiobook Tozer aims to teach faithful listeners the "art of worship". In a performance that evokes the friendly, heartfelt voice of a great pastor, Mark Moseley serves up spiritual guidance for Christians who seek to become more devout and to develop a closer, more personal relationship with God. According to Tozer, "man must pursue God", and Moseley's sincere performance inspires listeners to do so. Perhaps one does not always need to visit a church to find a spiritual mentor.
During a train trip from Chicago to Texas in the late 1940s, A.W. Tozer began to write The Pursuit of God. He wrote all night, and when the train arrived at his destination, the rough draft was done. The depth of this book has made it an enduring favorite.
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Yes, Much easier to listen to and enjoy
Walking with God, Being in HIS presence.
The narration was great
Yes, It made me feel closer to the LORD.
If it had not been based on prothlesizing.
Something very different than this.
Hated it - what I could get through.
Bought this in a sale, sounded interesting. I listened for 5 minutes, then turned it off. Sounded like archiac, devout christian ruminating about the state of "the pulpit." Could be excellent for the right listener, not for me.
It was way above my head, I had a hard time following and comprehending it.
I feel kind of bad posting a bad review but like I said maybe it's me.
Tell us about yourself! Lifelong reader and passionate pursuer of knowledge. I love Audible because I never have to stop reading.
States very well that we all are so busy, that sometimes we forget where we are going.
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