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Spiritual Food

Published by Mayflower Christian Books in Southampton .
Written in English.

About the Book

A collection of 20 articles written in Chinese that originally appeared in a periodical published by Wang Ming-Dao called 'Spiritual Food Quarterly'. The publisher says, "Readers will not be disappointed with the high quality of Mr. Wang's messages. They have a style that is unusual and refreshing in their penetration, insight and simplicity."

First Sentence

The above passages of Scripture point to a fact that is both important and precious. It is that the most illustrious colour in heaven is white.

Table of Contents

1 The distinctive colour of heaven 1
2 Be slow to speak 7
3 Small things and big things 12
4 Repenting and believing 21
5 A great prophet and a self-abasing commander 27
6 Dangers in the present day church 36
7 Being both a lion and a lamb 51
8 Accepting God's will 58
9 One who practised free love 62
10 The light of the world 79
11 Temptation after success 87
12 Listening to one side only 94
13 Understanding and doing the will of God 101
14 Those who deserve to be accursed 114
15 Do not only seek your own interests 129
16 What is there to fear? 136
17 What a grave misunderstanding 141
18 Why did Jesus first appear to a disciple like this? 153
19 A wise leader 160
20 Smooth stones 169

Edition Notes

Translated from the original Chinese by Arthur TF Reynolds, who was Protestant Christian missionary with the CIM in China from 1933 to 1951.

The Physical Object

Format Paperback
Number of pages 174

ID Numbers

Open Library OL11377934M
ISBN 10 0907821014
ISBN 13 9780907821014
Library Thing 4067817
Goodreads 2323363

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