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The Holy Spirit and Reality [Paperback]

July 17th, 2012

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Book Description
Publication Date: July 2001
In The Holy Spirit and Reality Watchman Nee speaks of the believers’ need to advance from outward practices to a genuine, spiritual living that is centered on knowing and experiencing the Holy Spirit.

Product Details
Paperback: 53 pages
Publisher: Living Stream Ministry (July 2001)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0736306285
ISBN-13: 978-0736306287

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 establish 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.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
21 of 24 people found the following review helpful
And the Truth shall set you Free January 20, 2007
By The Publisher
Format:PaperbackThe most fascinating thing about this book is the writers interplay of the word “truth” and “reality” and the depth it reveals in familiar Christian terms and rituals such as Babtism, The Church,Worship, The Blood of Jesus, Humility, Prayer, Crucifixion and others.He makes the point that too many miss out on the spiritual realities behind them and convincingly outlines how to enter into that reality.

The sub-chapter “Supply and Reality” can be especially helpful in placing the individual christians role in the body of christ in the right perspective.

In the appendix was an amazing insight with examples from both the Old and New Testament into what he calls “obsession” which he defines as “what one thinks and does is totally wrong and yet one thinks that they are very right”.Some of the areas of obsession given are sickness,fear,speculations, other peoples words,imagined sin and many others.After explaining the causes, the writer goes on to explain how God’s light can provide the deliverance needed.

21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Not for just for Anyone! September 26, 2005
By James A. Lucas
Format:Paperback|Amazon Verified PurchaseAnyone who is just doing casual reading, will be lost after the first page. Anyone whose heart is desiring to know more about God will discover more about themselves. Although the book only 53 pages, it will create infinite hours of meditation which leads to revelation!

Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years (2010)

March 18th, 2012

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Editorial Reviews
CHRISTIANITY: THE FIRST TWO THOUSAND YEARS is the most complete account of the history of Christianity, drawing on ancient texts, the Scriptures, commentary from renowned scholars, and visits to sites like Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia. This collection chronicles more than the events and personalities that left indelible marks on the landscape of faith, but also forces behind them. This panoramic journey through twenty centuries of belief and conflict covers everything from the crucifixion to the revolutionary changes of Vatican II.

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This is not a critical analysis of any aspects of the Christian faith, it is merely an in-depth look at how Christianity developed through two thousand years. It is not extremely deep, it is not controversial, it is not inflammatory in any way. This one is geared toward a conventional Christian audience and they do a very good job of laying out an awful lot of history – as such, it gives just the basics of most elements, but, there’s a whole lot of ground to cover.

VERY long series but well worth watching. My only “complaint” if you will is that Ossie Davis’s voice overs are so smooth and peaceful (fantastic voice) that I kept nodding off even though I was very interested in the program! I watched these discs forty minutes to an hour at a time, and I had to go back and rewatch a lot of the parts because I kept falling asleep! Not boring, the guy’s just got a very soothing effect on you when you’ve had a long day at work!

Highly recommend this set, get it while you can in this affordable double disc set.

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