Quotemeal: Jul. 17th, 2004

Saturday, July 17, 2004

"There can be no doubt that possessive clinging to things is one of the most harmful habits in the Christian life. Because it is so natural, it is rarely recognized for the evil that it is. But its outworkings are tragic."
— A. W. Tozer

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Illustration of A. W. Tozer — "There can be no doubt that possessive clinging to things is one of the most harmful habits in the Christian life. Because it is so natural, it is rarely recognized for the evil that it is. But its outworkings are tragic."

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