Part ThreeIn the last segment, Norman discussed the significance of the dramatic moment when Elijah called the Israelites to choose between Baal, the god of their own self-effort, and the Lord. The … continue reading.
The year 1996 will be remembered as a year of growth for Zerubbabel. God has blessed us with major expansions in the book ministry and our physical facilities.After a lengthy search, we learned that … continue reading.
Faith"By faith Abraham... obeyed and went even though did not know where he was going"-- Hebrews 11:8The "way of faith" is the only unfettered, unconquerable principle of advance. … continue reading.
We have been concerned for some time about misunderstandings that have arisen about the 12 Steps, and we have, therefore, decided to discontinue articles about the Steps in The Intercessor. We … continue reading.
A few months ago, my uncle was diagnosed with cancer at the back of his throat. It was a very sombre moment when he told me. "What have I done to deserve this?" he asked. I went to visit him … continue reading.
Beware of spectacles. If you have your own wear them, and don't leave them about. The devil substitutes his for yours and then you see all things in the grey light of his eye. Or he gives you … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW:Paul's Key to the Liberated life: Romans Six to Eightby Norman GrubbLiving a liberated life in Christ is the central theme of this booklet printed in 1988 from articles first published in … continue reading.
This year's British Easter Conference was held once again at Hothorpe Hall, Leicestershire. Meryl Langley reminded us that this is the tenth annual English conference. This year we had new quarters at … continue reading.
Man's Powerlessness Exposed by the LawRomans 7:13-25In the previous article (Romans 7:1-12) we saw how Satan or sin took advantage of the opportunity that God's Law presented for him to express his … continue reading.
God is love; and love means existing to meet the needs of others, with total indifference to what happens to yourself. --From Once Caught, No Escape … continue reading.
OVERVIEW OF THE AUDIOTAPE COLLECTIONI have been looking after the tape ministry for Britain and Ireland for the last two years and have found it very rewarding, particularly since I enjoy audiotapes … continue reading.
There is no man that hath left house, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my sake and the gospel's, but he shall receive an hundredfold now in this … continue reading.
Q: When I became a Christian, I wanted to share my beliefs and excitement with my other family members. What a shock I had when I realized they were not interested! They even cut me off from talking … continue reading.
AN ANSWER FOR GRIEFThis letter was written to a longtime friend whose father had recently died.John,Sorry for not responding right away. I was in Birmingham, Alabama all weekend teaching at a … continue reading.
Over the years I've had a pattern of sitting quietly by, while others carried the ball in discussions. I rarely spoke up in a meeting to give my honest opinion. If I did speak, it was in response to a … continue reading.
The 1996 Zerubbabel Annual Business Meeting was held in Boone, North Carolina the weekend of March 22-24. Forty-six adults and thirty-three children attended, including both familiar and new faces. … continue reading.
What did "business meeting" mean to the children who came with their parents to the Zerubbabel Annual Business Meeting? To the thirty-three children who came to weekend of March 22-24, it … continue reading.
Subj: Re: Sooner or Later Date: 96-01-28From: BBurrowesTo: CUZZMANChris,I miss all of you a great deal, and I am happy that your walk of faith is going well. I envy (on a feeling, not a spirit level) … continue reading.
Now how does this work out in daily life? (This is referring to the previous chapter where Norman likens our faith relationship to that of sitting on a chair.) That is the common question, and the … continue reading.
What God says is always original, always in the impossible, and great enough to be worthy of Him.--From After C.T. Studd … continue reading.