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Sit, Walk, Stand by Watchman Nee
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Aug 13, 2007

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It was a good book because it's short (64 pages) and very much to the point. He kind of reminds me of Joyce Meyer in that they're both "Here's what you need to do; do it." kind of people. Although when Joyce says it it's more like, "Stop being an idiot and do what you're supposed to do." The premise of this book is basically Christians should first learn how to sit (or rest) with God. Then they should learn to walk (live a righteous life in Christ) with God, and finally they should learn to stand with God. The standing business pertains to spiritual warfare. All of this he gleans from Paul's letter to the Ephesians
I kind of wish I had read this book 5 years ago.
Then again, I never would have read this book 5 years ago.
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