About the Author
What if millions of Christians around the world had the right answers about God but rarely (if ever) worshiped Him? That’s what author and pastor A.W. Tozer asked some 70 years ago when he wrote The Pursuit of God during an all-night train ride from Chicago to a speaking engagement in McAllen, Texas. Tozer began writing early in the evening, had a dinner of toast and tea around 9 p.m., and finished The Pursuit of God at 7:30 the next morning. He had penned a classic. “[F]or millions of Christians … God is no more real than He is to the non-Christian,” Tozer wrote. “They go through life trying to love an ideal and be loyal to a mere principle.” But Tozer — who spent hours each week praying — said there is hope for those who hunger for and pursue God: “We need never shout across the spaces to an absent God. He is nearer than our own soul, closer than our most secret thoughts.”
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