God's Greatest Gift by A. W. Tozer

This is the last sermon Dr. Tom preached in the Avenue Road Church in Toronto (May 5 1963) and was the message he expected to give at the General Council on May 19 1963.

God's greatest gift

This is God’s supreme and final gift. Not the pearly gates, not the golden streets, not heaven, not even the forgiveness of sin, although these are God’s gifts too, such as a king might give to his queen—a dozen gifts, and then the supreme, final gift worthy of royalty. So, not a dozen, or two dozen, or a thousand, but countless hundreds of thousands of gifts God lays before His happy people, and then bestows this supreme gift. He makes us the repository of the nature and person of the Lord Jesus. 

Genre: RELIGION / Christian Life / Devotional

Secondary Genre: RELIGION / Christian Life / Inspirational

Language: English

Keywords: CrossReach Publications, Salvation, Jesus Christ, The Bible, Christianity, Sermon, The Gospel

Word Count: 5350

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Sample text:

The celebrated evangelist of a little before Moody’s time, Sam Jones, said that the average preacher taking a text reminded him of an insect trying to carry a bale of cotton; and the best I can do tonight is to take this text and do what I can and trust God to bless it to somebody.

Paul said he was made a minister according to God’s dispensation, given to him to fulfill the Word of God and to preach the mystery which had been hid from ages and generations—a mystery which not even Abraham knew, nor David, nor Isaiah, but is now made manifest to His saints, to whom—to the saints—God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles.

What was this mystery? Simply this: Christ in you, the hope of glory—Christ, “whom we preach, warning every man, and teaching every man in all wisdom, that we may present every man perfect in Christ Jesus” (Col. 1:27, 28). And Paul said he labored and worked at it according to the working of God in him mightily.

Now, I have been attempting over the last weeks to show what happens to the man who is converted to Christ. That’s all I’m interested in. Anybody else can preach on birth control, capital punishment and nuclear physics if he wants to. But I have been trying to tell what happens to a man when he is converted to Christ—that is, what he has not that he used to have before he was converted, and what he has that he didn’t have before he was converted, and what he may expect that he could not expect before he was converted.

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