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Changed Into His Likeness

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Are you ready for real and radical transformation? ?We all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being changed into his likeness from one degree of glory to another? (2 Cor 3:18, RSV). This message comes through loud and clear in the lives of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. While they failed time and again, God was faithful to convict, restore and bless them. ...more
Paperback, 161 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by CLC Ministries (first published October 1st 1967)
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A truly brilliant and spirit led exposition of not only the story, but also the relevance and importance of the phases in a christian's life according to the lives of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. This book gave me peace about the lack of peace in my life, and God's way of working with me. A definite must if you're struggling with God and struggling to overcome life's fears.
Jeff Shelnutt
Ever since I read The Normal Christian Life years ago, I've found myself returning again and again to the writings of Nee. Not only was he a profound thinker with a wide grasp of theology, but he was primarily concerned with the practical side of Christian living. This book digs deep and really pulls to the surface spiritual gems of insight from the experiences of the patriarchs. Like his other publications (with the exception of The Spiritual Man) this book is basically a transcript of a sermon ...more
I truly believe in the sovereignty of God in all circumstances of life. Even in the timing of reading a book. This book spoke volumes to me in my faith as a believer in Jesus Christ; the only begotten Son of God. Many topics in this work by Watchman Nee helped me in a personal way such as being delivered from the Law. Man continues to make lists of what I must do to gain eternal salvation. The focus is on me and what I must do to fulfill. I will never be able to complete the "list". Instead I mu ...more
This is a study on Abraham, Isaac and Jacob of the Old Testament, and how God worked in their lives. I read it in Norwegian, but it's actually very well written - and translated. (It's actually one of the few Norwegian books where the translation hasn't bugged me. It's published by Logos if you're Norwegian.) Nee's points are very god, show a tremendous amount of insight and are easy to follow. Great book!
Jane Hwang
Really informative on the connection btwn the Old Testament (Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob) and New (Jesus). Never thought about the dual meaning of the triune God, the Father/Son/Holy Spirit and the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. A quick read!
Nee uses Abraham, Isaac and Jacob as a metaphor for our Christian life. There were some really neat insights. I especially liked what he shared about Jacob...
Nee can be hard to stay with. I have only read a handful of his books. True confession: I picked the skinnier ones. He as provided me with some good insights.
I loved this book, especially the way he used Abraham, Isaac and Jacob as examples of the promise, the gift and the receiver.
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Watchman Nee (Chinese: 倪柝聲; pinyin: Ní Tuòshēng; Foochow Romanized: Ngà Táuk-sĭng; 1903–1972) was a Chinese Christian author and church leader during the early 20th century. He spent the last 20 years of his life in prison and was severely persecuted by the Communists in China. Together with Wangzai, Zhou-An Lee, Shang-Jie Song, and others, Nee founded The Church Assembly Hall, later which would b ...more
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