What Shall This Man Do?

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By: Watchman Nee

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. Nee draws from the lives of Peter, Paul, and John to illustrate essential elements of Christian ministry.

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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 other in the Truth.

Learn the secrets of Christian service from a man who demonstrated steadfast faith under persecution.

About the Author:

Watchman Nee was a noted Chinese Bible teacher and Christian leader. He began his preaching ministry while still a university student. From 1923 to 1950 Mr. Nee founded 200 churches. Starting as small groups meeting in rented houses, these self-supporting congregations became very strong spiritually and grew rapidly. Nee concentrated on deepening spiritual life through intensive training in the Word of God Nee’s rich spoken ministry influenced many lives. His literature ministry has preserved a large number of his sermons, resulting in the publication of over 50 books in English alone, and through these printed pages Nee’s impact will continue to be felt.

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Weight 0.28 kg
Dimensions 20.7 x 14 x 1.2 cm
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