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Audio Sermons : A.W. Tozer :  (1 Peter - Part 28): After Conversion, the Remainder of Your Life Should Be Different

 (1 Peter - Part 28): After Conversion, the Remainder of Your Life Should Be Different by A.W. Tozer

Topic: Conversion
Scripture(s): 1 Peter 4:1-5  
Description: ¬ďI am not going to waste any tears on anybody who comes whimpering to me for sympathy because people think he¬ís strange from following Christ. ¬Ö The moment it can¬ít be said of a Christian, ¬ĎHe¬ís different,¬í he has disgraced his testimony and sold out his faith.¬Ē A. W. Tozer explores 1 Peter 4:1-5 with ironclad logic, tempered by his distinctive spark of congenial wit. He contemplates the meaning of ¬ďstrange,¬Ē defines a Christian and the Christian perspective of time, and extols the virtues of a silent reply. Pastor Tozer¬ís remarkable mind is at its best in this 28th message of his 34-part series on the first epistle of Peter. ¬ďAfter Conversion, the Remainder of Your Life Should Be Different¬Ē was recorded on June 6, 1954, in Chicago, Illinois. Its length is 23 minutes and 55 seconds.
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Sermon Comments (2)



 (It is possible to) Cease from Sin 
I've always wondered... Since Yeshua Ha'Mashiach suffered and paid the price for me to live in eternity, why must I also suffer and die daily to live in eternity? I mean, why should I suffer, if the price was paid..? Right? This question has taunted me for a while as I have been daily seeking God. The scripture 1Peter 4, and this sermon from Tozer, seemed to be the first to shed some light on the answer I¬Ďve been seeking. It¬ís not easy to cease from sin, but I will not live any longer to the lust of men. 1Peter 4:1-7. I thank God for men like A. W. Tozer, that preach the truth of the goodness and severity of God.



 A Call for Separation from Things Unclean 
This message is a call for people to recognize "strangeness" as something that is different from the norm. This does not necessarly mean that being strange is bad; for when Christians abstain from drink and vulgar language in the company of ruffians it is true that the Christian is abnormal or "strange," but it is a form of cleanliness, markedly apart from worldliness, and is to be embraced.






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