The Normal Christian Life {Book Review}

BOOK TITLE: The Normal Christian Life
AUTHOR: Watchman Nee (Nee To-Sheng)
ISBN: 978-971-789-194-1267-2
THEME: Christian Living/ Spiritual Growth
PUBLISHER: CLC Publications
OVERALL RATING: 4.9/ 5
PAGES: 255
As a Christian Have you ever asked yourself,—“Am I living the normal Christian Life?” “Am I walking in the path that God wants me to walk in?”But wait, what really is the normal Christian Life? Maybe, you’ll say it is reading the bible, praying, going to church by Sundays… and that’s it, but there’s more than that.
Watchman Nee gives us the secret of a normal Christian life, and that is to put Christ in your life, make him your life, dying to self so Christ will be glorified.Compiled from the records and private notebooks of Nee (Nee To-Sheng) which are meticulously translated by Angus I. Kinnear, this book is a must have to any Christian who longs to live a Christ-centered life.
With 1 Million in print, there is no wonder that this book has reached that peak. Every pages of this book is clearly, well-written & well- inspired from the bible, particularly from the book of Romans and Ephesians. Nee reveals the essential steps in the personal faith and walk of the believer and emphasizes the cross, blood and resurrection of our Lord Jesus which contains fresh spiritual insights very good for our spiritual walk.
Get ready to experience breakthrough in your life as you read this book and as you long to live for the sake of Christ, let Christ be your life, live the normal Christian Life!
Get your copy now! I am telling you,you’ll love to read it over and over again!
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“I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ livethin me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.”
-Galatians 2:20 KJV
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Watchman Nee (1903-1972) was a noted Chinese Bible teacher and Christian leader. He began his preaching ministry while still a university student. From 1923 to 1950 Nee founded 200 churches. Starting as small groups meeting in rented houses, these self-supporting congregations became strong spiritually and gew rapidly, continuing to develop their China’s Cultural Revolution. Nee was arrested in 1952 and found guilty of false charges; he was imprisoned until his death in 1972.
ABOUT THE CLC PUBLICATIONS
CLC Publications (formerly Christian Literature Crusade) is the English language publishing house for CLC Ministries International. Headquartered in Fort Washington, PA, CLC has published books for the Deeper Christian Life for over 50 years. Our focus has been to publish books by trusted authors with a clear and timeless message. Some of our better known authors from the past include Watchman Nee, Corrie ten Boom, Amy Carmichael, Andrew Murray and Roy Hession. Today we are also publishing books by well known authors like Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt.
Many of our books are influenced by the message of the Keswick movement starting in 1875 in England and therefore some of our older authors have British origins or spoke on the Keswick stage at one time or another. While we do not limit our publishing to the theology of this movement, we are certainly excited to be able to convey the message of the Victorious Christian Life to a new generation.

As a part of CLC International, our books are sold and distributed in countries all over the world including but not limited to the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, India, the West Indies, and the Philippines. We are committed to being a significant part of fulfilling CLC’s international purpose of making evangelical Christian literature available to all nations so that people may come to faith and maturity in our Lord Jesus Christ.

Disclosure: A review copy of this book is provided for review by CLCPhilippines
for more info. visit: http://www.clcphilippines.com/
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