Taking Christ as Our Person for the Church Life

Taking Christ as Our Person for the Church Lifeby Witness Lee

ISBN: 978-0-7363-4457-9
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Taking Christ as Our Person for the Church Life

CONTENTS

  1. Experiencing the Power of Christ and the Person of Christ
  2. Paul’s Prayer for the Church in Ephesians
  3. Paul’s Prayer for the Church in Ephesians
  4. Christ Being the Person of the One New Man
  5. The Triune God in the Gospel of John
  6. Growing in Life and Receiving and Keeping the Lord’s Word
  7. Growing in Life and Taking Christ as Our Person
  8. Putting On the New Man and Taking Christ as Our Person
  9. Consecrating Ourselves and Experiencing Christ as Our Person
  10. Taking Christ as Our Person That We May Gain All Things
  11. The Lord Being a Hard Master
  12. Serving Ones and the Service
  13. The Coordination and Oneness of the Body
  14. Service Being in the Church

PREFACE

This book is a translation of messages given by Brother Witness Lee in Taipei and Kaohsiung in December 1970. Chapter 1 contains a message given in Taipei on December 6, 1970. It was originally published in The Ministry of the Word magazine, Issue No. 237 (March 1971). Chapters 2 through 4 are messages given in a conference in Kaohsiung in December 1970. They were originally published in The Ministry of the Word magazine, Issue No. 239 (May 1971) and Issue No. 240 (June 1971). Chapters 5 through 14 are messages given in a service training in Taipei in December 1970. They were originally published in The Ministry of the Word magazine, joint Issue Nos. 241 and 242 (July—Aug. 1971), joint Issue Nos. 243 and 244 (Sept.—Oct. 1971), Issue No. 245 (Nov. 1971), and Issue No. 246 (Dec. 1971).


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