Item description for Normal Christian Life, The (Album of 6 cassettes) Audio Book by Watchman Nee...
Overview "What is the normal Christian life? It is something very different from the life of the average Christian." With that provocative introduction, Watchman Nee proceeds to describe what the "normal Christian life" should be-Christ living His life in and through us. The Normal Christian Life describes Christian faith and God's purposes for believers in clear, simple terms. This beautiful, deluxe collector's edition includes the complete, unabridged text of Nee's best-selling work.
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Studio: Living Stream Ministry
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 4.74" Height: 1.22" Weight: 0.72 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Jan 1, 2002
Publisher Living Stream Ministry
Series Deluxe Christian Classics
ISBN 0736313400 ISBN13 9780736313407 UPC 806721000141
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More About Watchman Nee
Watchman Nee became a Christian in mainland China in 1920 at the age of seventeen and began writing in the same year. Throughout the nearly thirty years of his ministry, Watchman Nee was clearly manifested as a unique gift from the Lord to His Body for His move in this age. In 1952 he was imprisoned for his faith; he remained in prison until his death in 1972. His words remain an abundant source of spiritual revelation and supply to Christians throughout the world. For more details concerning Watchman Nee, please see www.watchmannee.org
Watchman Nee was born in 1903 and died in 1972.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Normal Christian Life, The (Album of 6 cassettes) Audio Book?
Great gift, great study. May 24, 2008
Watchman Nee is one of my favorites. This is for the intermediate Christian. Nee takes us through the book of Romans. Not like every other study that is out there. One needs to read this to advance. Many People don't like Nee but I find him a great teacher for those who are willing to get off of the milk of Christianinty and start cutting their teeth on some meat! Worth the money. Great for an indepth Bible study guide.
The Life IN Christ May 20, 2008
Here is another classic on how the biblical Christian should live "IN" Christ from a Chinese pastor and missionary who spent many years and died for his faith in prison. One of his most endearing and well-known chapters is on how God's Grace triumphs over Law in Romans 7. The story of the one woman and two husbands is as timeless and insightful as it is biblical. The entire chapter is full of insights into our new position in Christ, and the believer's relationship to the Law.
In the first chapter, The Blood of Christ, Nee starts out with the question, "What is the normal Christian life? He gives us the Apostle Paul's answer in Galatians 2:20, "It is no longer I, but Christ." He summarizes it this way, "I live no longer, but Christ lives His life in me." What follows throughout the rest of the book is a superb biblical study on how the Christian should and can live victoriously In Christ. As a missionary to Africa, I have seen how important it is for converts from a syncretism of animism and Islam to truly realize their new position in Christ. This teaching, empowered by the Holy Spirit, is their only means of throwing off the chains of fear and darkness that have imprisoned them. Yet, this applies to all believers the world over.
From the back cover of my 1977 edition: "Watchman Nee (1903 - 1972) is remembered for his leadership of an indigenous church movement in China as well as for the books that continue to enrich Christians throughout the world. Beginning in the 1930s, he helped establish local churches in China that were completely independent of foreign missionary organizations and were used to bring many into the kingdom of God. From them came many of the house churches that continued a faithful witness when Western missionaries were forced to leave the country. Arrested in 1952 and found guilty of a large number of false charges, Watchman Nee was imprisoned until his death in 1972."
The single best book yet! May 11, 2008
If you could only choose one book beside the Bible, I would tell you to choose this one. I always underline and use my books for future reference. In this case I underlined more than what I left unmarked. I also made notes in the back of my book with page # and subject pertaining to explanations of many biblical terms. In my opinion, this book would greatly help every reader and I wish I could put one in every Christian's hand. The Church would be so victorious if all Christians read this. I am planning to give as many copies away that I can. And to everyone I talk to I will mention this book is MUST READ! In short get it!
To all Christians Apr 24, 2008
I first read this book in the early 1960s when I had just become a believer the year before. There are things in this book that will help anyone to become a NORMAL Christian. It is not entitled How to be a Super Christian. It tells it like it is, turning to our spirit where the Spirit of the living God dwells will enable Him to permeate your fallen self and conquer the devil's influence in your life to become an Overcomer. I bought 15 to give to young people who love the Lord but are struggling to "be a good Christian". I gave them to someone to give to them anonymously. The Lord directed me. I don't want thanks.
This book is a blessing Mar 4, 2008
This book has really helped to change my life in a positive way. Brother Nee does repeat things a lot, but you have to relish that repeating because it gets the truth down into you and helps you to see things you've probably not realized so deeply before. This is my favorite book of his I've read so far and will read it again and again. It is very helpful for anyone not happy with their own spiritual walk. It is a little slow to read because the translation is a little choppy, but I think it is good that way because you have to absorb what you are reading and it is definitely worth the time to read - again and again!