Tozer has always been and will be one the fiercest writers I know! Fierce in the sense he writes like a lion; you can tell the fire of God has breathed through his life in his years pastoring in Chicago. In this excerpt pay attention to God’s Justice, as an act versus an identity.
“Justice, when used of God, is a name we give tot he way God is, nothing more; and when God acts justly He is not doing so to conform to an independent criterion, but simply acting like Himself in a given situation. As gold is an element in itself and can never change nor compromise but is gold wherever it is found, so God is God, always, only, fully God and can never be other than He is. Everything in the universe is good to the degree it conforms to the nature of God and evil as it fails to do so. God is His own self-existent principle of moral equity, and when He sentences evil men or rewards the righteous, He simply acts like Himself from within, uninfluenced by anything that is not Himself….God’s compassion flows out of His goodness, and goodness without justice is not goodness. God spares us because he is good, but He could not be good if He were not just. When God punishes the wicked…it is just because it is consistent with their deserts; and when He spares the wicked it is just because it is compatible with His goodness; so God does what becomes Him as the supremely good God.”
– AW Tozer, “The Knowledge of the Holy”, The Justice of God, p. 88