Weekly Pursuit – Week 3 of December

Dec 19, 2016 by


Acts 26:19 “Therefore, King Agrippa, I was not disobedient to the heavenly vision.”



We need to bring the situation of ourselves, our locality, and our work to the Lord. Our work is not the common work of organized Christianity. We have received the unique commission to carry out God’s New Testament economy. The primary matter in the recovery is that we become a golden lampstand in the locality where we are, regardless of whether the number of saints who bear His testimony in our locality is large or small. This is what the Lord desires. The goal of the Lord’s recovery is to establish golden lampstands as His testimony in locality after locality throughout the earth. If we fail to carry out this work, our work will be empty.


The goal of our work is not merely to have meetings where the saints speak and even shout loudly. Having a proper meeting is mainly a matter of bringing to the meeting the riches of Christ that we have enjoyed in our daily life. Many saints may be active in a meeting, but if they fail to enjoy the riches of Christ in their daily walk and do not bring to the meeting a rich portion of Christ, their activity is vain, and that meeting is empty. We need to help the saints to labor on Christ as the reality of the good land by endeavoring to contact, experience, and deal with Him day after day so that they may reap the produce of His riches, bring it to the church meeting, and share it with one another by releasing their spirit. This is to have a proper meeting under the controlling vision of God’s economy. (CWWL, 1981, vol. 1, pp. 103-104)

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