Watchman Nee’s Testimony
Watchman Nee (1903-1972) served the Lord in China, spending the last twenty years of his life in a communist prison camp there as a witness to Christ. The Lord has used his books to bring many around the world into a deeper relationship with Himself and into the practical experience of the Body of Christ in genuine local churches.
In this small volume Watchman Nee relates some of his early experiences in learning to serve the Lord. In the introduction the compiler, Kwang-hsi Weigh, states:
These three testimonies were given by brother Watchman Nee in a co-worker’s meeting held at Kulangsu, an island off the southeastern coast of Fukien province, China, in 1936. As far as I know, this was the only occasion in his life on which he spoke about his personal affairs in detail….I hope that the readers will not pay attention to the person himself, but will pay attention to the work of the Lord in him, and to his willingness in allowing the Lord to perform His work.
Table of Contents
Preface to the New Edition
1.The First Testimony: Salvation and Calling Given on October 18, 1936
2. The Second Testimony: Given on October 20, 1936
3. The Third Testimony: Given on October 20, 1936
Appendix: A Letter from Brother Watchman Nee to The Compiler, March 10, 1950