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Now We See the Church: Messages on the Life of the Church, the Body of Christ

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This series of messages on the life of the church,
the body of Christ serves as a follow-up companion
volume to "But We See Jesus"; Messages on the Life
of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Having come to see Christ Jesus, we are now ready
to see His church, about which Jesus had declared
this: "I will build my [church], and hades' gates shall
not prevail against it" (Matthew 16:18b)
Published November 13th 2015 by Christian Fellowship Publishers
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Geoffrey Pittman
Dec 15, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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After going through the life of Jesus with the book "But We See Jesus" by Stephen Kaung this was a type of abundant overflow of a 2nd volume. Now instead of looking at Jesus as He was while on earth the viewpoint is looking at Christ working through the church, the spiritual corporate body of Christ. This is just the same concept that Luke had when he wrote the book of Acts. He referred to his Gospel as what Jesus began to do; meaning that the book of Acts is what Jesus continued to do through t ...more
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Born in China, Stephen Kaung was converted to Christ at an early age. He met Watchman Nee in the early 1930's and became a co-worker with brother Nee in the Lord's work. He moved to the United States in 1952, and has continued to share Christ with the Lord's people around the world, as well as translate and publish the messages of Watchman Nee.

Today, beyond the age of 100, he continues to be a gr