From the Back Cover
Keys to Spirit–Filled Living
Watchman Nee experienced such a close intimacy with the Lord that many remarkable insights into triumphant Christian living were revealed to him by the Holy Spirit. Now these truths are available to you so that you can have the same kind of vibrant relationship with God. This collection of Watchman Nee's time–tested words of wisdom will inspire you to...
* Enjoy all that is yours in Christ
* Know for sure that you are saved
* Overcome adversity and Satan's power
* Receive guidance from the Holy Spirit
* Find daily strength for daily needs
* See the truths of the Bible come alive
* Have faith that moves mountains
You will be set free from all sin and bondage as you discover not only that Christ is your salvation, but also that He is your sanctification. In fact, Christ will be to you al that you need––your victory, your power, your life. God will pour out His blessings to you in Christ. You can receive His powerful provision today!
"But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ."––1 Corinthians 15:57 NKJV
About the Author
Watchman Nee was born in China in 1903 and given the name Ni (Nee) Shu–Tsu. At seventeen years of age, he wholeheartedly accepted Christ, and he sought and received the power of the Holy Spirit for ministry in 1922. In 1926, he contracted tuberculosis and was not expected to live. In spite of weakness and a high fever, he wrote his three–volume work The Spiritual Man
, which he wanted to leave as a spiritual legacy after he died. However, Nee was miraculously healed by God after several months of illness, and he completed the work in 1928. In 1934, he married his wife, Charity.
Having a photographic memory, Nee felt that the Lord was calling him to be a "watchman" for his fellow Christians in China, and so he began to read everything he could about the Christian faith. He was used by God not only to convert many to Christ, but also to plant many local fellowships throughout China and Southeast Asia. He also authored numerous books on the Christian life.
Watchman Nee continued faithfully in the service of his Lord until the Communists imprisoned him in 1952, where he was confined until his death in 1972.