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School Donation Program In Memory of How To Swap Books? Watchman Nee ; pinyin: He spent the last 20 years of his life in prison and was severely persecuted by the Communists in China. Born into a Methodist family, Watchman Nee experienced a religious revival, and joined the Church of Heavenly Peace, Fuzhou in at age 17 and began writing in the same year.
Inhe met the British missionary M. Barber, who was a great influence on him. Through Miss Barber, Nee was introduced to many of the Christian writings which were to have a profound influence on him and his teachings. Nee attended no theological schools or Bible institutes. His knowledge was acquired through studying the Bible and reading various Christian spiritual books. During his 30 years of ministry, beginning inNee traveled throughout China planting churches among the rural communities and holding Christian conferences and trainings in Shanghai.
In he was imprisoned for his faith; he remained in prison until his death in He died in Nee’s father was Ni Weng-Sioe W. Niborn inand the fourth of nine boys.
He was an officer in the Imperial Customs Service. He died in Hong Kong watchmna She died at the age of 70, in When Nee was 17 years oldand still a student, he went to hear an evangelist by the name of Dora Yu in the Cristiaja of Heavenly Peace, who charged the people to believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, a call that Watchman Nee accepted. From that day on, he consecrated himself completely to Jesus Christ and to the preaching of the Gospel in China.
After his conversion, many of his class-mates were converted due to his testimony and consecrated living. During Nee’s college years, Miss. Margaret Barber, an independent British missionary was his teacher and mentor. She treated him as a criz learner and frequently administered strict discipline. Miss Barber died in and left all her belongings to Watchman Nee.
Watchman Nee became intimately familiar with the Bible through diligent study of the Bible using various different methods. In the normzl days of his ministry he spent one-third of his income on his personal needs, one-third on helping others, and crisitana remaining third on spiritual books. He had an ability to select, comprehend, discern, and memorize relevant material, and grasp and retain the main points of a book while reading.
In his gospel preaching and ministry, Nee always stressed more on the “inner-life” issue in a believer’s life rather than the “outward-work”.
Nee claimed that to be a Christian is altogether a matter of the divine life. He believed that a belief rcistiana not a religion, and therefore he did not establish headquarters oa create a hierarchy of leadership positions in the church.
He once stood up and said against a certain collected assembly: He published regular articles in his own magazine, with The Present Testimony and The Christian being some of them.
It was based on talks given by Watchman Nee at the time of and subsequent to his trip through Europe in xristiana It expressed theological views on the first few chapters of the New Testament wachman of Romans. In the later sections of the book he presented his views on what the normal Christian life should be.
Later years Between the period ofthe local church in China underwent many trials and tribulations. Many of these local churches had been founded by Watchman Nee based upon his conviction of “one church for one city or town” on the ground of oneness among the believers.
He asserted that geographic boundaries were the only legitimate ground to have different churches to express the one body of Christ on the earth the local church. He strongly promoted the view that various ways of separating churches, such as apostles and their ministries, spiritual gifts, racial or social status, or different doctrines and missions was condemned by the word of God as division and sin, and as the works of the flesh.
In the period between —, more than local churches were created with an attendance of more than 70, During the Chinese Communist takeover, these “assemblies” formed the core behind the house municipalities.
Through the efforts of Nee and his colleagues, local assemblies were founded all over China and among other Chinese-speaking communities in the Far East.
Cristaina of Nee’s co-workers in this work later would become known outside of China e. InWatchman Nee was imprisoned by the Chinese government for his faith. He remained in prison until his death twenty years later. Watchman Nee’s writings on matters of the individual Christian life have been a source of inspiration to Christians throughout the world, though his cristisna on the local churches – which he considered to be central to his ministry have been largely ignored by mainstream Christianity so far.
Watchman Nee was arrested by the Chinese Communists in March for his professed faith in Christ as well as his leadership among the local churches. He was judged, condemned, and sentenced in to fifteen years’ imprisonment.
During this entire watchmaj, only his wife was allowed to visit him. In his final letter, written on the day of his death, he alluded watchmsn his joy “in the Lord”: After Watchman Nee’s death, when his niece came to collect his few possessions, she was given a scrap of paper that a guard normsl found by his bed. What was written on that scrap may serve as Bee Nee’s testament: This is the greatest truth in the universe. I die because of my belief in Christ. He changed his name to Watchman Nee because he saw himself as someone that stayed up in the dristiana of the night to awaken men of the coming of Christ.
In watcgman, Watchman Nee settled in Shanghai where he based his own speaking and publication work, the Shanghai Gospel Bookroomwhich published books by Nee and others, as well as some Chinese translations of English-speaking authors – most notably the Christian teacher and writer T.
Nee’s eschatological views were influenced by people such as Robert Govett and D. Nee suffered much for his belief that, according to the Bible, denominations are wrong in that they wathcman the One Body of Christ.
Because his firm stand for the oneness of the Body of Christ against the denominations, they caused him much suffering. Some denominations despised and criticized, some opposed, and did their best to destroy his ministry.
They also spread false rumours about him and misrepresented him to the extent that Watchman Nee once responded, “The Watchman Nee portrayed by them I would also condemn. In addition, local churches had been raised up in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. Today the local churches have grown to over 2, worldwide through the ministries of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee. His publications included gospel tracts, periodicals, papers, articles, newsletters, hymnals, and a chart of biblical prophecies.
In addition to publishing various periodicals, papers, gospel tracts, etc. Some of these books were messages published in his periodicals and reprinted in book form. In addition to writing and publishing books and hymnals, some spiritual books in English were translated by him and under his publication ministry through the years. Published works In English there are approximately fifty-five books by him available, published through Christian Fellowship Publishers.
These are made available primarily from notes taken by students during his many talks and translated by various publishing group. Some of his best known books are: Most of Watchman Nee’s writings are from his own notes and magazines he himself published. Nee gave great importance to the end-time view of separate rapture and to apostles not exceeding their regional boundary in appointing elders of a locality; e.
In his later writings, he mainly focused on the Church and the Body of Christ Eph. The Christian Publishers, The Story of Watchman Nee: Christian Literature Crusade, His Early Life and Thought [Chinese]. Graceful House Limited, His Glory and Dishonor.
Revised and enlarged edition. Three of China’s Mighty Men. Overseas Missionary Fellowship, The Secrets of Watchman Nee. How to Know Gods Will Paperback.
God’s Eternal Plan Paperback. The Glorious Church Paperback. L’ Homme Spirituel Paperback. Voice of China’s Christians Paperback. Classics From Watchman Nee [3 in one] Paperback.
Twelve Baskets Full [Vol. The Time of the Cross Paperback. The Normal Christian Faith Paperback.
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Normal Christian Worker Paperback. Spiritual Reality or Obsession Paperback. From Glory to Glory Paperback. Gleaning in the Fields of Boaz Paperback.