Collected Works of Watchman Nee, The (Set 1) Vol. The Christian Life and CONTENT. A Short Introduction in Memory of Brother Watchman Nee · Preface. The Collected Works of Watchman Nee. Set 1: The Early Period, 26, Collection of Newsletters (2) & Watchman Nee's Testimony. 27, The Normal Christian. This CD-ROM contains a total of 55 books of Watchman Nee published by Christian. Fellowship Publishers in PDF format for use with Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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The complete works of Watchman Nee are in HTML format at Living Streams Ministries. The volumes below were converted to PDF format for complete. Watchman Nee's writings have become well known for their deep spiritual insight among Christians in many nations for many years. Through these volumes a. Back. Collected Works of Watchman Nee, The (Set 1 - Volumes ) Concerning the product itself: It is in an easy to use PDF format so you can read on your.
I feel that there is too much of a focus on evangelism to just increase headcount and no where near enough concern for the growth of the individual Believers. Watchman Nee helps fill this gap in teaching. As mentioned elsewhere, Watchman Nee's works were almost always spoken messages that were written down presumably in Chinese and later translated into English. Of the two I prefer the English in the Christian Fellowship Publishers' version as I think it is more comprehensible and flows better.
Better yet, read both and get both a deeper insight into the great teachings of Watchman Nee. But get this CD and study it well. It is well worth the time and money. One person found this helpful. You must read the whole title to realize that this is only the complete works of Watchman Nee from one particular publisher. Also, I was disappointed that a commentary on Matthew only covered half the Gospel he ended up in prison before completing it.
Even with that, there is still quite a lot here to absorb and it's well worth your time and money. I'm looking forward to reading Release of the Spirit most of all. A must for one's library. Everything i expected! I have enjoyed Watchman Nee for over 38 Years. This CD is a living Oasis. This CD is laid out very user friendley.
Blessed are You if You have it! And use it. I love Watchman Nee's body of work. This is a large collection of work that would be great at any level of your Christian walk. His writings are timeless and really have a way of making you think deeply about the things of God. Very useful when looking for a particular passage or chapter for study.
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Austin Sparks during a visit to the United Kingdom , and with non-Brethren missionaries during a United States visit in Nee received a letter dated 31 August , signed by leading Brethren, excommunicating him and his movement. Their two families had been friends for three generations.
This bothered him. Eventually, after much struggling, Nee felt he needed to give up on their relationship. Ten years later, after finishing her university education, Charity became a Christian.
She began attending church meetings in Shanghai in Charity cared for Nee in his frequent illness and was the only visitor Nee was permitted during his imprisonment. They had no children. All that I have written has one aim, which is that the reader will, in the new creation, give himself wholly to God and become a useful person in His hands. Now I whole-heartedly commit my writings, my readers and myself to God, who preserves men for ever, and hope that His Spirit will guide me into all His truths.
Meetings for the Overcomer: God opened my eyes to the necessity of raising up in churches at various places, a number of people who are victorious to be His witnesses Therefore once every year a meeting for the victorious was held in which I faithfully proclaimed the messages which God has revealed to me. Building up Local Churches: When the Lord called me to serve Him, the prime object was not for me to hold revival meetings so that people may hear more Scriptural doctrines nor for me to become a great evangelist.
The Lord revealed to me that He wanted to build up local churches in other localities to manifest Himself, to bear testimony of unity on the ground of local churches so that each saint may perform his duty in the Church and live the Church life.
God wants not merely individual pursuit of victory or spirituality but a corporate, glorious Church presented to Himself. Youth Training: If the return of the Lord be delayed, it will be necessary to raise up a number of youths to continue the testimony and work for the next generation My idea is not to establish a seminary or a Bible institute but to have the young people live a corporate life and practice spiritual life, that is, receive training for the purpose of edification and to learn to read the Scripture and to pray in order to build up good character.
On the negative side, to learn how to deal with sin, the world, the flesh, natural life, and so on. At a suitable time they are to return to their respective churches to be tempered together with other saints to serve the Lord in the Church In the future my personal burden and work will generally comprise these four aspects.
May all the glory be to the Lord.
Nee began to write and publish at a very early age. In , he began to publish the magazine The Present Testimony, and in , he started another magazine entitled The Christian. At age 21, Nee established the first "local church" in Sitiawan, Malaysia while visiting his mother, who had moved there from China. In , Nee established up another local church in Shanghai, which became the center of his work in China. By , Nee's practice of meeting as local churches spread throughout China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.
He maintained this pattern until his imprisonment. According to Nee, this was a turning point for him in his ministry. He said, "My Christian life took a big turn from doctrines and knowledge to a living person, Christ, who is God's centrality and universality. These talks were eventually published in the book The Assembly Life. According to Nee, this was the second turn in his ministry. Nee recounted, "My first turn was to know Christ, and my second turn was to know His Body. To know Christ is only half of what the believers need.
The believers also must know the Body of Christ. Christ is the head, and He is also the Body. Although acquiescing to family pressure, Nee also saw this as an opportunity to support his many co-workers who were suffering great poverty and hardship during the Second World War. Nee took over full management of the factory, reorganized it, and began to employ many local church members from Shanghai. At this time, some of the elders from the church in Shanghai questioned Nee's involvement in business, causing Nee to suspend his ministry in Shortly afterward, the church in Shanghai stopped meeting altogether.
There, he delivered a series of messages on Revelation 2 and 3 published as The Orthodoxy of the Church as well as messages on the Song of Songs.
Nee purchased twelve bungalows at Kuliang to hold trainings for his co-workers in the Christian work. By April , a revival was brought to the church in Shanghai, and Nee resumed his ministry there. When he returned, Nee handed his pharmaceutical factory over to the Christian work as an offering to God, influencing many others to hand over their possessions to the work.
Within a short time, the church in Shanghai grew to over members. Through intensive propaganda campaigns and threats of imprisonment, believers were influenced to accuse one another. Nee was also "re-educated".
On January 11, , there was a nationwide sweep targeting the co-workers and elders in the local churches. Some died in labor camps , while others faced long prison sentences.
On January 18, , the Religious Affairs Bureau began twelve days of accusation meetings at the church assembly hall on Nanyang Road in Shanghai, in which many accusations were brought against Nee in large accusation meetings. He was sentenced to fifteen years imprisonment with reform by labor.
Initially, he was detained at Tilanqiao Prison in Shanghai but was later moved to other locations. Only his wife, Charity, was allowed to visit him. On January 29, , Public Security took over the Nanyang Road building, and many of Nee's co-workers were arrested, put into isolation, and forced to repudiate Watchman Nee. Some co-workers joined in the accusation of Watchman Nee while others, such as Peace Wang, Ruth Lee, and Yu Chenghua remained silent and were punished with life imprisonment.
Following this, mass accusation meetings were held across the country to condemn the "anti-revolutionary sect of Watchman Nee". Charity's eldest sister then took the responsibility to care for Nee in prison. His remains were cremated on June 1, before his family arrived at the prison.