One of my favourite parts of the Bible is where God spoke through Balaam's donkey (Numbers 22:28-30). I was brought up to try to be perfect and if I didn't perform properly, then I wasn't okay. I had … continue reading.
Part FourIn the preceding segments, Norman has shown how the graphic illustrations of God's workings through Elijah demonstrate the "mystery" of His life lived out in the believer today. In … continue reading.
We are always delighted to receive correspondence from readers of The Intercessor. Letters are of particular interest to us. We try to answer every letter we get either personally or in the Mailbox. … continue reading.
If we confuse soul with spirit, we quickly fall into false condemnation. Why are my feelings so variable? Why do I feel cold, dry, far from God? Something is wrong. Why do I dislike this person, or … continue reading.
Since returning home from Summer Camp in the States this year, I have seen several areas where Satan has misused me for years. Once home, it is so easy to revert back to the old routine of work, home, … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW:Continuous Revival by Norman GrubbOn a daily basis, I find myself asking a number of questions: "What place does my past have in my daily walk?" If I confess before God, why … continue reading.
In this discussion, Norman Grubb unveils the lost secret that delivers the Christian from the bondage of Romans 7 into the glorious liberty of Romans 8, our intended inheritance.The Big DelusionAll … continue reading.
Many Christians have an easier time relating to the struggle of Romans 7 than the victory of Romans 8. Following are some excerpts from personal stories that have appeared in The Intercessor through … continue reading.
Q: I've enjoyed reading your articles in The Intercessor and have a question regarding our union with Christ. Am I so taken over that nothing is demanded of me?A: Thank you for your question. I am not … continue reading.
World-wide evangelization is neither a small nor an easy task. But difficulties are not without their compensations, for they daunt doubters, cowards, and hypocrites, debar such as desire easy jobs … continue reading.
A LETTER FROM A "CAMPER"Hi Andrew,If you would like to make it for "summer camp," you are most welcome. There will be about sixty adults who are all born-again Christians at the … continue reading.
The second Irish Conference was held at the Emmaus Retreat Centre in Co. Dublin. People travelled from Scotland, Northern Ireland and England and of course several parts of Ireland for the weekend. … continue reading.
All that God has ever required of a human being, whether saved or unsaved, is honesty. Dishonesty, not sin, damns a soul. Unwillingness to part with sin and therefore refusal to admit ourselves to be … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW:Abrahamby Norman GrubbIn his two-tape series on Abraham's life, Norman shows how God develops Abraham into a man of great faith. In situation after situation Abraham learns valuable … continue reading.
The main focus of camp this year was an intensive review of the dynamics involving body, soul, and spirit. Misunderstanding the difference between soul and spirit becomes a major stumbling block for … continue reading.
"No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us. For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither height nor depth, nor anything … continue reading.
Our family has been on an adventure! It's been a year now since God made it clear to me that His will for me was to quit my job, relocate to Knoxville, TN to join my husband in his career move, and to … continue reading.
For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. --John 3:16God has never changed his love, the love that … continue reading.
Compassion is loving people by doing what I know is best for them, and not by w hat is easiest and most comfortable for me in commiserating with them. --From Who Am I? … continue reading.