By Angus Kinnear
With hundreds of thousands of books offered, studied and translated, Watchman Nee strongly inspired smooth Christian considering. A devoted evangelist and talented Bible instructor, Nee stood opposed to the tide of chinese language Marxist atheism and Communism, and used to be imprisoned for his religion. during this revised version of Nee s biography, examine his awesome lifestyles and permit it encourage you to a brand new point of religion and dedication.
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Lily feet were a part of the price she must pay. But that year Mr. Lin became ill with a mysterious disease that defied the skills of all the doctors. Now it happened that a business superior of Lin's named Chang had become a Christian Methodist, and this man suggested that they ask the Methodist pastor to come and pray for him. They could scarcely refuse, and prayer was answered; and so impressed were the Lins with his dramatic recovery that they sought Christian instruction. Believing at length in the Lord Jesus, they threw out the ugly little idols from their place of honor in the home, and Mr.
Ni Sheng-tsu, died in school years. 6. Ni Tek-ting (Mrs. L. H. Wong). 7. Ni Teh-ching (Mrs. Chang). 8. Ni Hong-tsu or Paul Nee. 9. Ni Hsing-tsu or John Nee. THE CHANG FAMILY Charity's Father: The Rev. Chang Chuen-kuan (C. K. Chang) of Foochow, pastor in Tientsin with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. His Children: 1. Chang Pin-tseng or Beulah Chang (Mrs. G. S. Ling). 2. Chang Pin-fang or Faith Chang (Mrs. K. L. Bao). 3. Chang Pin-huei or Charity Chang (Mrs. Watchman Nee). Died in Shanghai, October 1971.
There he declared a government based on the will of the people. To symbolize their rejection of Manchu rule, his followers began to cut off their queues, the hairstyle imposed upon the Han men as a mark of their subjection. No longer now would the schoolboys in Foochow stand in file on the hostel verandah plaiting each others' pigtails. Was not the Tartar general appealing for mercy while his soldiers ran in terror for the hills? After two millennia, the kingpin of Chinese civilization, the Dragon Throne itself, had been torn from its vital place in the fabric of government to be, hopefully, superseded by a democratic republic.
Against the tide : the story of Watchman Nee by Angus Kinnear