Tozer On Christian Leadership…

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Good morning Dear Friends,

Wow!! Such good encouragement again from Mr. Tozer!!

Yes, we need revival!! May we all commit to our local body of believers. May all we do be edifying and have a true servant’s heart behind each action and word we say!! Wow…just think if this could take place. What a totally different place the church would be in today.

Thank you Mr. Tozer again for pricking my heart to serve the Lord better each moment of each day.

May each of us individually refocus our intent of our heart, Dear Lord. To have a selfless heart with actions of Christ’s love is my whole hearted prayer this day…and for you too my Dear Sweet Friends, Amen.

Have a wonderful day today Dear Friends,


Revival: We Need a Revival!

And I will say to my soul, “Soul, you have many goods laid up for many years; take your ease; eat, drink, and be merry.” But God said to him, “Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?” So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God. –Luke 12:19-21

We need a revival! We need a revival of consecration to death, a revival of happy abandonment to the will of God that will laugh at sacrifice and count it a privilege to bear the cross through the heat and burden of the day. We are too much influenced by the world and too little controlled by the Spirit. We of the deeper life persuasion are not immune to the temptations of ease and we are in grave danger of becoming a generation of pleasure lovers.

Any who disagree with these conclusions are within their rights, and I would be the last to deny them the privilege. But in the name of a thousand struggling churches and disheartended pastors, may I not plead for a little more loyalty to the local church during this season of difficulty?

May God raise up a people who will consult their pleasures less and the great need more. God Tells the Man Who Cares, 159-160.

“Lord, make me today one of those ‘who will consult their pleasures less and the great need more.’ Amen.”

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