Here is an excerpt from Page Prewitt’s wonderfully practical booklet “Life: The What, The Who, The Why,” which is pertinent to our topic for this issue. The entire booklet is available through … continue reading.
Short answer...a lot! If ever we need a clear picture of the spiritual battle we face with the Enemy, the Bible gives it. If you believe the Bible, there is no room to argue that Satan is not a real … continue reading.
“For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.” – 2 Corinthians 5:21 (King James Version) Our first response to the greatness of … continue reading.
Question: In the magazine, I read that God determined—not just permitted—the circumstances that come into my life. I know that many of the things that have happened to me have turned out good. Does … continue reading.
Although Christians are familiar with the biblical account of the fall of man and the Gospel of redemption, few have seen beyond the symbols to the principles of the spiritual kingdom. This excerpt … continue reading.
"To be a person is to know who I am and to function as who I am"--Norman P. Grubb (Freedom in the Spirit, Pt. 1) When I heard this statement from a Norman Grubb video, it struck a chord with me. It … continue reading.
We often hear it said that the origin of evil is an unfathomable mystery, but, unless I am mistaken, I have not found it so. It seems plain enough. First, we understand evil to be the term we use as … continue reading.
Perhaps the greatest stumbling block to being fully-functioning Christians is the universal misunderstanding, inherited from the Fall, of our human makeup. Norman explores Satan’s subtle lie that … continue reading.
One aspect of the Total Truth that has been challenging for many Christians to accept is the concept that prior to containing Christ’s Spirit at our salvation, we were containers expressing the spirit … continue reading.