At last we are clear. We are free, because we know ourselves as nothing but the expresser, vessel, branch, temple, body member and slave of the Deity self, His Spirit joined to our spirits. And we … continue reading.
In the second part of this two-part article, Norman Grubb describes how a full understanding of union liberates us from the false idea of any change or resources in ourselves. We have now found … continue reading.
“Ye thought evil against me, but God meant it unto good.” –Genesis 50:20 The first principle of faith in action...is that inner seeing must come before proper believing. Now in this world full of … continue reading.
There is so much to learn from the story of Joseph in the Old Testament. Most readers are well acquainted with Joseph but may not have given thought to the incredible example he provides us of a … continue reading.
As we look around—in our world and in our personal lives—we are constantly faced with need, tragedy, and problems. In the following article, taken from his book "Who Am I?," Norman goes to the heart … continue reading.
We conclude this two part article with a look at Joseph— a perfect Biblical example of a life of obedience and faith. Joseph is the perfect example, outside the Saviour Himself, of the trained … continue reading.
I’ve always enjoyed reading the story of Joseph. And I’ve been fortunate enough to see the musical Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat several times so have come to love the music and even played a … continue reading.
Despite learning about Jesus from a very young age, I was a sneaky, arrogant child who did not obey my Heavenly Father (or my earthly one). As a teen, I lived a cycle of underage drinking and sexual … continue reading.