By Angus Kinnear
With hundreds of thousands of books offered, studied and translated, Watchman Nee strongly motivated smooth Christian considering. A devoted evangelist and talented Bible instructor, Nee stood opposed to the tide of chinese language Marxist atheism and Communism, and was once imprisoned for his religion. during this revised variation of Nee s biography, examine his amazing lifestyles and allow it motivate you to a brand new point of religion and dedication.
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Wong (Wong Kai-seng) Christian merchant in Singapore. •Lukas Wu (Wu Jen-chieh) of Tsin-kiang, worker in Manila. •Dr. C. H. Yu (Yu Cheng-hua) ophthalmologist, elder in Shanghai. Miss Dora Yu (Yu Tsi-tu) evangelist and Bible teacher used in the conversion of Watchman Nee. She died in 1931. •Alan C. L. Yin, Christian manager of Sheng Hua Pharmaceutical Company. China Foochow Shanghai 1 THE GIFT SPRING was well advanced in the Middle Kingdom and the season of Pure Brightness had given way to the season of Corn Rain.
H. Yu (Yu Cheng-hua) ophthalmologist, elder in Shanghai. Miss Dora Yu (Yu Tsi-tu) evangelist and Bible teacher used in the conversion of Watchman Nee. She died in 1931. •Alan C. L. Yin, Christian manager of Sheng Hua Pharmaceutical Company. China Foochow Shanghai 1 THE GIFT SPRING was well advanced in the Middle Kingdom and the season of Pure Brightness had given way to the season of Corn Rain. The night air was clear, with fleecy clouds drifting across a silvery moon. Foochow-fu had closed its seven gates beneath their fantastic storied towers.
I should like also to express my gratitude to Miss Jean Wood and Miss Rosemary Keen of the Church Missionary Society and to Dr. Jim Broomhall and Miss Irene King of the Overseas Missionary Fellowship for their willing help, and to Hugh Fuller of Victory Press for his encouragement and long patience while I have been writing this book. And I wish to thank most warmly the four who have read through the manuscript and helped so constructively with advice: Gaylord Leung, Janet Killeen, Leslie T. Lyall, and my wife Jean, who also did all the typing.