A. W. Tozer quote about contentment from The Pursuit of God - Ignoble contentment takes the place of burning zeal.
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Ignoble contentment takes the place of burning zeal.
 A. W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God (1948). copy citation

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Author A. W. Tozer
Source The Pursuit of God
Topic contentment zeal
Date 1948
Language English
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“According to its teachings we are in the Presence of God positionally, and nothing is said about the need to experience that Presence actually. The fiery urge that drove men like McCheyne is wholly missing. And the present generation of Christians measures itself by this imperfect rule. Ignoble contentment takes the place of burning zeal. We are satisfied to rest in our judicial possessions and for the most part we bother ourselves very little about the absence of personal experience.
Who is this within the veil who dwells in fiery manifestations?” source

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