The Holy Spirit and Reality Paperback – 1 Jul 2001
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Watchaman Nee se convirtio al cristianismo en China a la edad de diecisiete anos y comenzo a escribir en el mismo ano. A traves de casi treinta anos de ministerio se evidencio como un don unico del Senor para su iglesia en ese tiempo. En 1952 fue hecho prisionero por su fe y permanecio en prision hasta su muerte en 1972. Sus palabras permanecen como una fuente de abundante revelacion espiritual para los cristianos de todo el mundo.
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The sub-chapter "Supply and Reality" can be especially helpful in placing the individual christians role in the body of christ in the right perspective.
In the appendix was an amazing insight with examples from both the Old and New Testament into what he calls "obsession" which he defines as "what one thinks and does is totally wrong and yet one thinks that they are very right".Some of the areas of obsession given are sickness,fear,speculations, other peoples words,imagined sin and many others.After explaining the causes, the writer goes on to explain how God's light can provide the deliverance needed.
An apendix discusses what I would call lies we believe and believe so much we think they are true. The word he uses for that is "obsessions".