The word u201cfaithu201d is common these days but placing oneu2019s faith in God is a weighty action uncommonly fraught with consequence and by His design inconvenience. Faith in God is reassuring and comforting only insofar as believers trust Him—and that depth of trust is the mark of a mature Christian who has allowed faith to intrude on his life and shift his gaze away from his own aims needs and desires. This is nothing if not a painful and disturbing process.
A Disruptive Faith is A. W. Tozeru2019s never-before-published teaching on what he termed u201cfaith that perturbsu201d—faith that contradicts the unbelieving man and threatens the complacency of the Christian. The renowned pastor and teacher insists in these pages that genuine faith breeds dissatisfaction with this life by Godu2019s design; it weans us from this temporary life and prepares us for the life to come. Readers will learn to be content with this faith-inspired discontent and to experience a fresh hope for eternity with God.