This minisode centers on the reading from an excerpt from That Incredible Christian by A.W. Tozer. In this excerpt, Tozer shows that regret should have no long term place in the life of one who is in Christ.
Thanks to Tim Challies and his website challies.com for bringing this passage from Tozer to my attention.
A link to the page on Christianbook.com for That Incredible Christian can be found here
A free pdf of That Incredible Christian can be found here
In Episode 77, we explore the concept of Christian fellowship in the past tense. We discuss the role which those who have died in the faith of Christ before us have played and the legacy which they have left us.
Link to an image of Rembrandt’s Supper at Emmaus from the Louvre can be found here
Link to a podcast episode featuring A.W. Tozer and a brief audio recording of him can be found here
Link to a podcast episode on Leonard Ravenhill can be found here
Episode 32 is the first of a two part program exploring the article “Hearts Sweetly Refreshed” by Tom Schwanda which touches on Puritan spiritual disciplines. In it, we discuss the theology of union with Christ by examining the writings of the 17th century Puritan minister Isaac Ambrose and how they tie into the works of Christian writers such as Bernard of Clairvaux, A.W. Tozer and Ann Voskamp.