The Normal Christian Life

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CLC Publications, 2009 M02 1 - 255 páginas
The Normal Christian Life is Watchman Nee’s great Christian classic unfolding the central theme of “Christ our Life.” Starting from key passages in Romans, Nee reveals the secret of spiritual vitality that should be the normal experience of every Christian. His emphasis on the cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ contains fresh insights that have proven a blessing to many.
 

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Crítica de los usuarios  - Hye Sung - Goodreads

I read this a few years back and remember how freeing it was then, and recently decided to pick it up again. Let me say that it surely rekindled that freedom and brought even more revelation. Nee is ... Leer comentario completo

Crítica de los usuarios  - Simon Roper - Christianbook.com

Great book. Easy to read and hard to put down. Watchman Nee clearly points out how Christ delivered us from our sin and has given us victory. Not only have we been saved from hell, but we have also ... Leer comentario completo

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Preface
The Blood of Christ
The Cross of Christ
Knowing
Reckoning
The Divide of the Cross
Presenting Ourselves to
The Eternal Purpose
The Meaning and Value of Romans 7
Walking in the Spirit
One Body In Christ
The Cross and the Soul Life
Bearing the Cross
The Goal of the Gospel
Endnotes
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The Holy Spirit

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Watchman Nee (1903–1972) was a noted Chinese Bible teacher and Christian leader. He began his preaching ministry while still a university student. From 1923 to 1950 Nee founded 200 churches. Starting as small groups meeting in rented houses, these self-supporting congregations became strong spiritually and grew rapidly, continuing to develop after China’s Cultural Revolution. Nee was arrested on false charges in 1952 and found guilty; he was imprisoned until his death in 1972.

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