Brand New Copy! New from the publisher. This classic work unfolds the path of faith and presents the eternal purpose of God in simple terms. From the Book's Back Cover. Watchman Nee (1903-1972) is remembered for his leadership of an indigenous church movement in China, as well as for his books, which continue to enrich Christians throughout the world. Beginning in the 1930s, Nee helped etablish local churches in China that were independent of foreign missionary organizations and were used to bring many into the Kingdom of God. From these roots sprang many of the house churches that continued to meet after Western missionaries were forced to leave the country during the Cultural Revolution. Arrested in 1952 and found guilty of a large number of false charges, Watchman Nee was imprisoned until his death in 1972. Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream IL Copyright by Angus N. Kinnear. 304 pages, 18cm. retail price 5.99.
This book changed my life! I have been an ardent disciple of Christ since my boyhood but always felt that the promises of the bible were like the unreachable dangling carrot.
Watchman Nee's study of Romans changed that! It's a powerful book which if read prayerfully and truly imbibed, God can use to powerfully reveal the mysteries of Christ to you.
I have given away over thirty copies because of its impact on my life
Apr 8, 2010
For years I've had difficulty with parts of Paul's letter to the Romans. This book explains Romans in language a layman like me can understand. It has positively and permanently impacted my life. I would highly recommend it to everyone and anyone who wants to live a vibrant, victorious Normal Christian Life.
Aug 13, 2007
A must reading for ALL disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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