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Attributes of God, Volume 1

A Journey Into the Father's Heart
Written by: A. W. Tozer
Narrated by: Michael Kramer
Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
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Often quoted by Chuck Swindoll, Charles Stanley, Billy Graham and other great preachers, A.W. Tozer's words are being heard and read by millions today. In this first volume on the nature and attributes of God, Tozer defines God's infinitude, immensity, goodness, justice, mercy, grace, omnipresence, immanence, holiness, and perfection. This classic is sure to deepen your understanding and comprehension of God.
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Awesome Book

This book is Awesome. Any Christian that needs to grow in their faith and knowledge of God, should read this book. It's well presented. Every chapter needs time to meditate on the truth presented. I will definately listen to it a couple more times.

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  • Douglas
  • 2013-04-26

Often beautiful and poetic...

as Tozer rhapsodizes about the qualities of the divine. Some of the material here has appeared in other volumes--either that, or Tozer had a tendency to use a lot of the same examples and metaphors repeatedly--but most of it is worth hearing again. The one flaw in Tozer is that sometimes he can fall into circular logic, especially when he appeals to the intellect to understand the limits of the intellect in comprehending the attributes of God.

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  • S. Fruit
  • 2015-11-17

Soul Growth

What did you love best about Attributes of God, Volume 1?

I loved the call to remember just who God is. I think we have lost some of the reverence of God in our superficial culture.

Have you listened to any of Michael Kramer’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I am not sure if I have listened to Michael Kramer before, but he was spot on - pacing was just right. Great recording.

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  • karen
  • 2015-05-29

I love Tozer

I find Tozer's writing to be profoundly deep and tought provoking . Excellent reading for a seeker of Truth.

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  • James Smith
  • 2015-01-07

Get to know God

These attributes of God made me want to know God more as they will anyone who listens to this book. It also made me realize just what has been lost in the church in just the last 50 years.

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  • Stephen
  • 2012-12-17

CRISP AND CLEAR VIEW OF GOD

I love tozer, he not a money preacher, never owned a car, read shakespeare on his knees. And his books were not written to entertain but to inform. And he does a great job. This is the first of two books that explains some of God's attributes. And answer the big question what is like? Highly recommended.

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  • G. Dean
  • 2017-11-21

Deeply impactful. I was spiritually broken...

More Christians need to call out other Christians like this. Tozer holds no punches in explaining our current Church in America as lukewarm at best. And we know from Revalation what Christ will do with the lukewarm Church. Neither hot nor cold...

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  • Shirley kelley
  • 2017-06-27

good sound book

great book to the point and classic AW TOZER STYLE back to the basics and full of truth and wisdom

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2020-01-17

A. W. Tozer Knew God

Tozer captured the Majesty of God in this work. his approach isn't from the scholastic, although his brilliance is seen from his ability to speak it in simplicity. His approach is spiritual. We can know God in our heads, but it's no use there. It must be in the heart. Tozer knew that and did that. Thank God for this work.

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  • 2020-01-15

I Love This Book!

This is my second time listening through, and I'm sure I'll listen again one day! I love hearing about how Awesome my God is!

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  • Jonathan
  • 2019-12-09

Wonderful insight

God blesses individuals that are willing to speak truthfully of Himself, with an otherworldly ability. Tozer is one of these individuals. As you listen, you may find a few hurts or rejoice for the conviction placed on your heart by the Truth given in this (audio)book. By revealing just how far we [all] fall short of God’s glory, my imagination is peaked by the author’s ability to structure his sentences and connect relevant scripture to really appreciate those attributes. Surely one can get more by the Bible alone if never reading another book, but it helps to identify with a fellow sinner’s point of view. In Chapter 10, he explains that as he gets older, he appreciates hymns over secular music because while one may demonstrate the skills of the musician, it does not contain God. The hymn may be criticized by the same musician, but because God is there in that song, it’s better. Besides that, I think this will be useful to share with others who struggle with sin, and do not know God. Well worth the time, and enjoyable.