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The Latent Power of the Soul
The Latent Power of the Soul


 
In this book, Watchman Nee shares his insight on The Latent Power of The Soul, The Christian and Psychic Force, and Spirit Force vs Psychic Force. Nowadays the atmosphere is so charged with the commotion of all kinds of counterfeit that the Lord seems to be calling the Church to come to a higher ground. Today's situation is perilous. May we "prove all things; hold fast that which is good" (1Thes. 5:21).

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Author: Watchman Nee
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"For the word of God is living, and active, and sharper than any two-edged sword, and piercing even to the dividing of soul and spirit, of both joints and marrow, and quick to discover the thoughts and intents of the heart" (Heb. 4:12). The peril of the believer is to confuse the spirit for the soul and the soul for the spirit, and so be deceived into accepting the counterfeit of evil spirits to the unsettling of God's work. The greatest advantage in knowing the difference between spirit and soul is perceiving the latent power of the soul and in understanding its falsification of the power of the Holy Spirit. Such knowledge is not theoretical but practical in helping people to walk in God's way.
In this book, Watchman Nee shares his insight on The Latent Power of The Soul, The Christian and Psychic Force, and Spirit Force vs Psychic Force. Nowadays the atmosphere is so charged with the commotion of all kinds of counterfeit that the Lord seems to be calling the Church to come to a higher ground. Today's situation is perilous. May we "prove all things; hold fast that which is good" (1Thes. 5:21).


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The Latent Power of the Soul January 11, 2017
Reviewer: R. King from Galesburg, IL  
I think the first thing that needs to be mentioned is my need to ask forgiveness for my efforts in prayer, where I was trying to use the latent power of the soul instead of directing my prayer to our Heavenly Father. If you have any questions about what I mean you need this book.
This little book has so much in it that if knowledge had weight, you would need two hands to carry it. From correctly challenging us to gain experimental knowledge of the soul, to the best explanation of how those who teach we receive all the Holy Spirit at salvation, and those who teach the baptism of the Holy Spirit is a separate and unique experience in which you receive more of the Holy Spirit are both wrong, but yet in the same ball park. And then the steps and order of the steps of our growth as Christians, plus much more.
And yes, there are now many question marks in my copy of things I need and want to learn more about. Get it! Then see how such a small book can teach you so much!

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The Latent Power of the Soul- A must read July 22, 2016
Reviewer: Carole Rubano from East Moriches, NY United States  
I have read the Latent Power of the Soul at least 3 times in the past. I lent it out and never got it back. I re-ordered it, for it is a "must" read in the times we are living in. Watchmen Nee had so much insight.
Unfortunately, many today are unaware of the power of the soul, and believe "everything" is from the Holy Spirit. I am grieved as I see so much taken for the Holy Spirit, but is not. May THE LORD open the eyes of His People, especially those in Leadership.  
God Bless!
Carole R.

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The Latent Power of the Soul March 25, 2013
Reviewer: ldf from Taylorville, IL United States  
This is such an important book for the Church today. I believe it should be required reading for all Christians. I am very grateful to CFP for understanding the importance of Watchman Nee's writings and making them available to the Church at large.

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