An inspiring look at Ephesians, opening our eyes to the process of Christian living and maturity in three words: Sit: our position in Christ. Walk: our life in the world. Stand: our attitude toward the Enemy. Study guide included. An invaluable tool for the growing disciple.
Public Domain ©2014 eChristian (P)2014 eChristian
The content and substance of this book is wonderful. The readers voice does not do the book justice: monotone and boring. Buy the paperback
The truths contained within this book by Watchman Née are powerful and life-changing. It would therefore do the book more justice if it were read by a reader with a voice easier on the ear and who demonstrated more interest, passion and expression.
I thoroughly enjoyed the content and found its relevant application, transformational.
This truth can keep believers from wasting precious time, and press into a true intimate relationship with their King Jesus. For time is short and much is at stake, you will want to be prepared for all that has been destined for your inheritance!
I was certainly thoroughly challenged. I like the study guide addition to the book as well. Excellent study for your spiritual toolbox.
I love to read Christian books and listening to Audible books while I work around the house is amazing. I try to live a simple healthy life.
I love how it help understand how to live a Christia life without contradiction and peace
I am seated with Christ!! I can rest i the fact that thier is grace and power to gradually get victory in every area in my life as I wait on Jesus who's power lives in me.
I would not know that, I have only heard the audio edition. I like to listen to books like this as I drive.
Receiving the understanding of what Sit Walk Stand means in my walk with Jesus.
It flowed well.
I do not think it would be a good book to make a film about, unless it was an instructional film.
I plan to listen to this book many times. I really enjoyed it.
"Narrator's voice is distracting"
No; having listened to Paul Michael narrating Normal Christian Life; I was hugely disappointed by this narration. Steve Vause's voice is too raspy and accented which makes it difficult to navigate past his voice to grasp the amazing revelation that Watchman Nee brings. His voice is jarring and I would hope CLC will rerecord these amazing works using someone with a more neutral voice like Paul Michael.
His voice was way too raspy; heavily accented; and therefore distracting from the power of the words he was reading. So annoying.
This is one of the must own books a christian should read... It has very good explanations about the book of Ephesians. And it open eyes and make us realize that we struggle a lot in our christianity because we are ignorant. God bless
Report Inappropriate Content