Paul reaches the least understood and most misused section of his Romans letter, or of all his writings. But when understood through Paul’s own explanation and experienced by the inner confirmation of … continue reading.
In this short chapter from Yes, I Am Norman lays bare the lie told to us—and all Christians—that we are able to keep the law on our own steam, a lie that has caused untold guilt and frustration. He … continue reading.
Moses had come some way. He was a disciple, he was consecrated, and the thin red line of his consecration held him to God, when all else was in ruins; and so we read, he “was content to dwell” in … continue reading.
Daily life is by no means just easy smooth-running times. It is constantly disturbed by small things or big. Something lost, something gone wrong, responsibilities to fulfill, demanding children, … continue reading.
We shall not find that this crisis experience of Romans 6 solves all our daily problems. Indeed, many have given up in despair, who have come the best they know how along the reckoning road of 6:11, … continue reading.
“The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set me free” – Romans 8:2 (King James Version) Bible biographies give plenty of evidence that we move on from a relationship-knowing at our new … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: Paul’s Key to the Liberated Life: Romans Six to Eight By Norman Grubb In this very bold, clear and inspired booklet, Norman Grubb states that the Biblical key to opening the door … continue reading.