In this article Norman stresses the necessity of brokenness and confession of sin, not only before God, but before our brother. To walk in the light means that “horizontal” as well as “vertical” … continue reading.
The following excerpt from Norman’s classic "The Law of Faith", focuses on how we can successfully meet the frustrations and challenges that arise daily in our personal relationships. The question … continue reading.
“The Lord seeth not as man seeth: man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.” – Samuel 16:7 (King James Version) I must not keep my believing, as I have done for so … continue reading.
Our relationship to our fellow Christians radically changes also, when we know who we are, for then we know who they are. I first see my brother just as a human person, who may or may not appeal to … continue reading.
The Bible is timeless. God designed it to be as applicable today as it was when it was written. Looking to the New Testament we find that the Apostle Paul’s letters to the early churches provide us a … continue reading.
There remains one further stage in revival fellowship, and a most important one. We have so far seen: walking with Jesus step by step; two-way brokenness; cups running over or not running over; … continue reading.
Among the five major intercessions of his life, Norman Grubb counts his time at Cambridge University, where he was enrolled as a veteran of World War 1 to receive a degree. His uncompromising stand … continue reading.
The words to the old hymn by John H. Sammis, “Trust and Obey,” frequently ring in my ear when I think about my life. I’ve had the privilege of growing up not just in a Christian household, but around … continue reading.
There is one other way, the healthiest of all, to maintain fellowship in personal relationships, as well as the freshness of the walk in Jesus. We learned lessons which have much affected many of us … continue reading.
Herein is our love made perfect, that we may have boldness in the day of judgment: because as He is, so are we in this world. – 1 John 4:17 If, then, I am as He is, how does it work out in … continue reading.