Shortly after Norman Grubb taught on the life of Elijah (1977), he went into some of the highlights of the prophet's successor, Elisha. In Norman's words: "Elisha, .. was outstanding in different … continue reading.
During the past few months, the editorial staff of The Intercessor and others here at headquarters have been preparing to re-publish the first of a series of Norman Grubb's books. We are so pleased to … continue reading.
Before visiting my elderly aunt in hospital, I was concerned that she hear clearly the gospel of Jesus Christ again before it was too late. Anyway, this particular day, our whole family and my dad had … continue reading.
Jesus came to make bad men good--Jesus sent us to make these people white, not grey, striped or piebald Christians. Our wages have been misappropriated, stolen by the devil. We are going to storm … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: The Liberating Secret by Norman GrubbIf I had written this two weeks ago (when I was supposed to), I would have come up … continue reading.
Dear Family and Friends,So much has happened over the past year that I wanted to share with you. I have so much to be thankful for! Last year I came down to be with family (my daughter,Vicki and … continue reading.
"But I'm afraid to go to school, Mom. They have guns!" My then fourteen year old son tried desperately to convince me why he shouldn't have to attend school that day, or, if possible, ever … continue reading.
The 1996 Mid Hudson Valley Conference was held at the Joe and Sherryl Laffin home in Poughkeepsie, New York, on the weekend of November 8-11. By dinner time Friday, twenty-five people from sever-al … continue reading.
Faith"Go, throw yourself into the sea"-Mark 11:23Speaking the word of faith (having once settled what the desire is) could not be more simple. It is the "obedience of faith" … continue reading.
Q: Since I am operated by Christ or Satan but never a "just me," does that mean I don't exist somehow? Where is my responsibility to make moment-bymoment choices? That sounds like I don't … continue reading.
A READER FINDS THE "KEY"Dear Friends,I want to express my gratitude for Norman Grubb's The Key to Everything and No Independent Self, and his book, The Spontaneous You. These have been … continue reading.
Recently someone in our fellowship used the word contract to describe the unspoken understanding between people that allows sin to go unaddressed among Christians. I got a glimpse of how this evil … continue reading.
In this chapter from Who Am I? Norman exposes the great error that keeps us ineffective as Christians: that we can be and should be "improved." He goes on to unfold the hidden secret of the … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW: Philippiansby Norman GrubbNorman starts off his commentary on Paul's letter to the Philippians by focusing on Paul's experience with the ascended, intercessory life. Philippians is an … continue reading.
Hath the Lord as great delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices as in obeying the voice of the Lord?--1 Samuel 15:22These positions are gained inch by inch. My next place of abiding was to put a soul … continue reading.
"Let him who boasts boast in the Lord"--1 Corin. 1:31I am to cease to look for improvements in myself, or to center my attention around what I feel or don't feel, whether I am this or have … continue reading.
Castleton was the venue once again for the British Fall Conference. Folks came from the U.S., Ireland, Scotland and England for a weekend of fellowship.Over the weekend we discussed issues which … continue reading.
To find God's mind does not mean an emptied human mind or a desireless human heart, but that the mind and heart are exercised not to cling to their own ways but to yielf them up, to die to them; then … continue reading.
One lesson that was gradually learned, of deep importance in faith, was that the Source is our concern, not the channel: in other words, that we are to keep occupied with what we have already received … continue reading.