Born After Midnight Review

Book Review: 

Super good as always! This book, as all of Tozer's other works, deserves nothing less than 5 stars out of 5.

I found myself convicted and challenged in several places. As the title suggests, Tozer speaks about that point in time when many Christians have given up. He discusses in purely Tozer style, that it is at "midnight" (or the hardest period) when we could do the most change and turn around in our faith and devotion. He discusses many many points that lead to true revival. Some of these are; faith with works, thinking right, the battle in the mind, quality over quantity, personal theology, wasted religious activity, among many more. each chapter is short but jam-packed with Biblical wisdom. Every chapter purports to a different area that leads to a life-changing spiritual revival.

In order to glean the most from this book, the reader must start with the expectancy that he/she will be challenged and be willing and excited to learn something new. But if you start with an "I've been a Christian for too long, I have nothing new to learn" attitude then he/she will be defeated before he/she even turns to page 1. The reader must come in with a sense of high expectations, trust me, you won't be disappointed.

I've read many Tozer books (he's one of my favorites) and there's not one that isn't relevant to me. Tozer always brings fresh perspectives to Spiritual topics we've heard before. He was very anointed and you can definitely see it in his writings. Born After Midnight will make you meditate and analyze your Christian life.

I received a copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.