Originally a series of messages delivered at Customs Lane, Foochow, South China in 1948, these were translated and published by Sure Foundation Publishers in 1965. The writings are an amazing call to fellow Christians. This work is only small in size, but not stature as the "author strongly recommends to all the servants of Christ that they learn a most fundamental lesson in their Christian experience; namely, the breaking of the outward man for the release of the inward spirit." 3 CDs. 3 Hours, 39 minutes. Read by Lloyd James. Unabridged.
Nee-To-Sheng of Foochow, China is known as Watchman Nee to hundreds of thousands of Christians around the world who have encountered his books. The Release of the Spirit is one of his most powerfully challenging works. Watchman Nee exhorts believers that through the breaking of the outward man there comes a release of the inward Spirit. By means of our brokenness the Spirit rejuvenates our faith and makes us fit for service. // Watchman Nee knew about suffering. In his native China he suffered as a Christian. And he witnessed the brokenness in thousands of Christians, created by unusually difficult circumstances. In the midst of such discomfort it remains a testimony to his insightfulness that he preached the spiritual value of suffering instead of dreaming for a better earthly life. The Release of the Spirit will challenge all who engage it today.
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