Lessons for New Believers

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Living Stream Ministry, Sep 1, 2005 - Religion - 359 pages
This book contains messages for the teaching, equipping, and training of new believers for their Christian life and church life.
 

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a very appropriate book for someone newly saved in Christ. Many have used this and got helped.

Contents

Knowing That We Are Saved 1
19
Terminating the Past
35
Consecration
51
Walking according to the Spirit
65
Reading the Bible
79
7Prayer
107
How to Meet 1
113
How to Meet 2
131
The Oneness of the Church
201
The Ground of the Church
213
The Division of the Church
229
Our Practice and Attitude
245
Serving the Lord
269
Preaching the Gospel
281
The Practice of Fellowship 1
295
The Practice of Fellowship 2
307

Various Kinds of Meetings 1
145
Various Kinds of Meetings 2
157
What the Church Is
173
The Expression of the Church
185
The Practice of Fellowship 3
323
The Practice of Fellowship 4
335
The Practice of Fellowship 5
347
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About the author (2005)

Born in 1905 in northern China, Witness Lee was raised in a Christian family and educated in English-speaking schools. At the age of 19 he believed in the Lord Jesus Christ and consecrated himself to preach the gospel. Early in his service, Witness Lee met Watchman Nee and began to labor together with him. In 1949 Witness Lee was sent by Watchman Nee to Taiwan to ensure that the things delivered to them by the Lord would be preserved. In 1962 Witness Lee came to the United States and began to minister here. He ministered in weekly conferences, delivering several thousand spoken messages until 1997. He gave his last public conference in February 1997 at the age of 91. His major work, Life-Study of the Bible, comprises over 25,000 pages of commentary on every book of the Bible from the perspective of the believers' enjoyment and experience of God's divine life in Christ through the Spirit.

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