"Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go, for to you I entrust my life." —Psalm 143:8 (NIV)
Grab your coffee, find your favorite chair, and begin your day with guidance from A. W. Tozer.
Many of these 365 devotional readings come from sermons Tozer preached close to his death in 1963, marking them with a deep concern for spiritual intimacy and true worship. He urges you to pursue God, confess sin, pray fervently, and seek the Spirit. Let this book be a garnish in your feast of God's Word.
As you welcome the morning light and all the sights and sounds of the new day, let Mornings with Tozer awaken your heart.
Can you go wrong with devotional readings authored by Tozer? To me, Tozer is a household name that you can trust and this devotional delivers.
Mornings with Tozer features 366 daily devotionals, each with a title, Bible verse, and devotional reading and ending with a short prayer. The layout is easy-to-read, and each devotional takes up one page, allowing you to take as short or as long a time you need. All scripture quotations are in KJV.
I like the feel of this devotional - it's a soft cover, making it easy to hold on to and flip through. I can picture this thick book wearing just right with time and years of reading. I like the friendly cover and easy-to-read, classic font. And, as expected, each reading is like listening in on an easy-to-digest snippet of a good, but challenging, sermon.
It's a devotional that works for any gender and any adult and, if you are looking for some timeless insight and morning inspiration, this is the devotional for you
What’s not to love about Tozer? To the point and rather eloquent – now put that in a devotional. There’s just enough time to eat your breakfast, swallow your coffee, and digest that day’s entry of Tozer. Perfecto. I was thrilled to learn that there was a morning devotional by A. W. Tozer. I have already read Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening so many times the book is literally falling apart and when I stumbled on Mornings with Tozer it was a match made in heaven. You seriously cannot go wrong with a book by Tozer. It puts you in the right perspective, gets the wheels to turning, and if you’re on a tight schedule this devotional is so doggone perfect. If you haven’t got this one in your library you need it!