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COUNT ZINZENDORF—THE RECOVERY OF THE CHURCH LIFE
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The Recovery of the
Count Nicolaus von Zinzendorf (1700-1760)
was used by the Lord to raise up a group of believers who met in the genuine oneness of
the Body of Christ. This took place on his own estate in Bavaria, and was a crucial step
in the Lord's recovery of the practical church life. Eventually, they became known as the
82 pages; 5.5" x 8.5"
Zinzendorf was one of
the few Christians, as Paul describes (1 Cor. 1:26) of noble birth. He was a faithful
witness of the Lord, a shepherd of the sheep, zealous for the oneness of the Body of
Christ, one who knew the Lord subjectively, and a true slave of the Lord who was
persecuted as was his Master.
This book provides a
general sketch of Zinzendorf's life and ministry and also contains many photographs,
drawings, and paintings of the places and people who were a part of his life.
Background and Education
Emphasis on the Subjective Experience of
Establishment of Herrnhut
A Daily Church Life
Pioneers in World-wide Evangelism
A Spreading Church Life
Living a Crucified Life
A Writer of Hymns
Stress on the Oneness of Believers
A Concluding Word