This series of devotional readings by Jane Hall, NCF Director, was inspired by the writings of A. W. Tozer in his book, The Attributes of God, Volume 2.
New birth is an amazing gift from God, but God wasn’t born or created — he is self-existent.
God isn’t “way up there.” He is nearer than you may imagine him to be.
As time marches on, how should we approach each day or look to the future?
Unlike medications, God never loses his strength, potency, or effectiveness.
Change is a constant and challenging part of life, but God never changes.
If God is all-knowing, why do we pray?
God’s wisdom must be the foundation for our thinking, reasoning, and believing.
Like the captain of a cruise ship, God has ultimate power and authority, and we have choices to make.
In our world, faithlessness is a great cause of personal pain, but God will never be faithless.
When we face challenges and hurts, we might doubt God’s love and care for us, but love is an essential attribute of God’s being.
Reading Tozer’s writings has stretched my thinking and helped me begin to grasp the greatness and the majesty of God. How can you know God more intimately?
See more of Jane Hall's reflections on Tozer's Attributes of God, Vol. 1.