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"Our work is to sound out the call to God's children to return to God's central purpose, to take Christ as the center of all things, and . . . to return to the biblical ground of the church."
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Not sure if you "fit the mold" of ministry? Watchman Nee encourages us that God calls people from diverse backgrounds and equips them for distinctive tasks. Though each of us is called to a unique place of service, our ministries are not in conflict, but complementary.
"You advance spiritually by finding out what you are," Nee says, "not by trying to become what you hope to be." Nee draws from the lives of three apostles to illustrate essential elements of Christian ministry:
- Peter, "fisher of men" - leading others to the WAY
- Paul, teacher of Scripture - instructing others in the LIFE
- John, elder in the church - discipling others in the TRUTH
Learn the secrets of Christian service from a man who demonstrated steadfast faith under persecution.
Does God work alone or does He work with man?
Let us see that aside from the work of creation which He performs alone, God always works with man and works in man. If He does not obtain the man He looks for, He will not do the work He plans but will wait until He does obtain His man, and then His work shall be done. Such knowledge reveals the unspeakable love of God towards man, but it also places upon man a tremendous responsibility.
The cry of the triune God is, "Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?"
May our response be, "Here am I; send me" (Isaiah 6:8)!
When Mary lovingly poured out upon the feet of Jesus a flask of fragrant oil, the disciples criticized her sharply. "Why this waste?" they asked. But Jesus commended her. Nee asks: Have our eyes been opened to see the preciousness of the One whom we are serving?
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From his early Christian years, Watchman Nee embraced the cross of Christ and proclaimed the Christ of the cross. He never moved away from this foundation throughout his many years of faithful ministry.
Here are some of his early writings from the years 1922-1927. Though young in the Lord, Nee was given much because he loved much. He first love toward the Lord was pure and warm, and his grasps of the truth was firm and solid. The readers will find this book divided into three parts.
- Part One, Musings Under the Cross, unveils the innermost thoughts of a man in first love.
- Part Two is the Word of the Cross which lays a firm foundation of our faith.
- Part Three is on Faith and other related subjects that deal with the subjective aspects of the Christian life.
The combination of all three parts offers up a balanced picture of normal Christian living. May the Lord who fed the multitudes with five loaves and two fish feeds us today with this small collection!
This old man is truly worthless, irreparable, unchangeable, incorrigible, and incurable. The way God deals with the old man is to crucify him. God wants to give us something new. The old man has to die. God's words charge us to wash away all of our sins in the precious blood of the Lord Jesus. "The blood of Jesus His Son cleanses us from all sin." "Who loves us and has loosed us from our sins by His blood." The sins here refer to the acts of sins committed by a person outwardly. The Bible never tells us that the old man within is to be washed. God's word never says that the old man should be washed. (The blood of Jesus Christ washes our sins, not the old man.) The old man needs to be crucified. This is the word of the Bible.
"Thou shalt worship the Lord thy God,
and Him only shalt thou serve."
This is the principal duty of man. God alone is worthy to be worshiped. As the redeemed children of God, we now have the privilege of being true worshippers. It is therefore imperative for us to know what worship is and how we should worship. This missing jewel must be recovered in the Church.
Here Watchman Nee lays down the axiom that worship belongs to God. He explains how worship comes only by revelation and how it must be done in spirit and in truth. The author also deals with various subjects such as spiritual conflict, spiritual reality, the offense of the Lord, and so forth.
May God use this book to prepare for himself a people who are true worshippers!
How can man come to God? Many people think that they can worship God when they have some merit, when they have performed good works, or when they deserve God’s praise. Others think that because they have not performed well and have done many things that displease God, they cannot come to God to worship Him.But whether or not our works are good has nothing to do with our coming to God.
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We must deal with one matter before God. If we truly intend to be worshippers of God, it is impossible to just worship Him. I am not saying that we should not worship God. We must worship God, but please remember that a day will come when God opens our eyes to know Him as more than just our Father; we will know Him also as our God. We need to see that we are not only His children but also His bondservants. When we see this revelation and meet God as God, we immediately will worship Him. However, we should not stop there. Whenever we have a revelation of God and meet Him, the result should be that we accept His ways. The result of seeing and knowing God is that we accept God's ways.
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