The Collected Works of Witness Lee
(Complete Set of 138 Volumes, Chinese Version)
The Collected Works of Witness Lee is a full collection of messages given by Brother Witness Lee and records of his fellowship between 1932 and 1997. It also includes hymns written by Witness Lee and notes from his personal Bibles, as well as his work correspondences with co-workers. (Life-study of the Bible, the Conclusion of the New Testament, Truth Lessons, and Life Lessons are not included.) These materials are arranged chronologically and the complete set of Collected Works will contain 138 volumes with over 100,000 pages in the Chinese version. It is indeed a treasure house of truth and life given by God to His children through the ministry of the age and a lasting heritage of the riches of the Lord’s recovery for generations to come.
If indeed you have heard of the stewardship of the grace of God which was given to me for you, that by revelation the mystery was made known to me, as I have written previously in brief, by which, in reading it, you can perceive my understanding in the mystery of Christ (Eph. 3:2-4).
If you lay these things before the brothers, you will be a good minister of Christ Jesus, being nourished with the words of the faith and of the good teaching which you have closely followed (1 Tim. 4:6).
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“Much of what Brother Nee shared was never put into print. I feel very sorry about this. Because I saw this situation, I decided that after I leave, I do not want the truths that the Lord has shown me to be left in my grave. I want to put out whatever the Lord has shown me. …I thank the Lord that we have such a marvelous environment for the release of His divine revelation. I am thankful to the Lord that much of what I have spoken has been put into print. Even if I die, my word in the Lord still speaks. He has provided us with the marvelous environment for the release of His divine revelation (The World Situation and the Direction of the Lord’s Move, pp. 38-40).