On this episode of Too Many Books, we review "Spiritual Knowledge" by Watchman Nee a practical book about spiritual growth and development written by a Chinese preacher who died for his faith.
"The closer one lives to God the more he knows his own weakness. He who receives more of God's light invariably sees more of his own corruption. The proud and the self-righteous have not seen the light of God."
"It is possible to be filled with Bible knowledge and at the same time be totally lacking in the light of God."
"Whenever we turn to look at ourselves we are immobilized and cannot advance; but if we look at the light of God, we shall unconsciously move ahead."
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