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The Lord's Recovery is a movement towards recovering the Church to one which matches the Church at the time of the Apostles. It is asserted that early Christians' primary concern was experiencing a daily, intimate relationship with God in oneness with one another. Futher, it is contended that since then, the Church has become progressively preoccupied with traditions and practices rather than focusing on Christ. These preoccupations, so it is argued, have caused theologically based devisions in the Church which focus on their individual variations of traditions. It is the objective of The Lord's Recovery to restore what was once lost.
Key figures of this recovery are said to have been Martin Luther, Madame Guyon, Father Fenelon, Brother Lawrence, Count Zinzendorf, the Moravian Brethren, John Darby, the Brethren, Watchman Nee, the Local Church and Witness Lee.