Anyone who serves God will discover sooner or later that the great hindrances he has in the Lord's work is not others, but himself. He will discover that his outward man (soul) is not in harmony with his inward man (spirit). Both tend to go toward two opposite directions from each other. He will also sense the inability of his outward man to submit to the inner control of his regenerated spirit. His greatest difficulty lies in his outward man, which hinders him from using his spirit. Each one of us has as much of the same "Jacob-nature" in us. Our only hope is that the Lord may blaze a way out of us, breaking our outward man- breaking it to such a degree that the inward man may come out and be seen. This is precious! This is the way to serve the Lord.
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Watchaman Nee se convirtio al cristianismo en China a la edad de diecisiete anos y comenzo a escribir en el mismo ano. A traves de casi treinta anos de ministerio se evidencio como un don unico del Senor para su iglesia en ese tiempo. En 1952 fue hecho prisionero por su fe y permanecio en prision hasta su muerte en 1972. Sus palabras permanecen como una fuente de abundante revelacion espiritual para los cristianos de todo el mundo.From AudioFile:
Lloyd James narrates the profound but simple wisdom of Watchman Nee. The author, who is somewhat controversial, offers an unusual vision of the Christian walk and the need for "brokenness" of the outer man to release the power of the Holy Spirit in the inner man. Native to China and intimate with suffering because of his Christian beliefs, Nee honed his experiences and insights from difficult living and working conditions. James's calm demeanor and soft, clear narration make it seem like one is sitting across the table from Nee as he shares his life-changing concepts and penetrating discernment about the reasons God uses suffering to shape man. This audio release makes an excellent resource, especially for lengthy commutes. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description New Wine Press, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110947852026
Book Description New Wine Press, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0947852026