In the following article, taken from the end of his autobiography, Once Caught, No Escape, Norman Grubb summarizes the truth of our union with Christ that he discovered through a dark personal crisis … continue reading.
It was a joy and a privilege to work on this month's Intercessor! As Dacia, Sheryl, and Betty Trethewey's articles came in, we began to realize that the story of God's restoration eclipsed anything … continue reading.
Things had been difficult at work for some months, to say the least, with four dietitians leaving the department. I really felt it was now time for me to look for something else, too--since there was … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW:Who Am I?by Norman GrubbI first read Who Am I? about twenty years ago. I was desperate and searching for a way to make my life work. By then, I had read a couple of Norman's other books in … continue reading.
We went out to breakfast with some friends at Llanelly, and then walked back to the station, still not with sufficient money and now the time for the train had come. The Spirit then spoke to me and … continue reading.
The younger son packed all his belongings and took a trip to a distant land...In May of '95, I threw my arms up in the air and turned my back on God. At this time, I felt overwhelmed and unsure about … continue reading.
So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.I'm a compulsive binge eater. In front of others, I acted like I was on a … continue reading.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart, lean not unto your own understanding.In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.Five years ago, my two daughters, Sheryl and Dacia, left … continue reading.
He had no money. At fifty years of age, after fifteen years of ill health, how could he face tropical Africa?As C.T. presented this challenge and his willingness to pioneer the way, it was taken up by … continue reading.
"There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus"--Romans 8:1.One of Satan's favorite weapons is false condemnation. He loves to make us Zook back at our past failures, or … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW: Jamesby Norman GrubbLife got you feeling down? "Good," says James. "Who does this James guy think he is?" you ask. Well, he's the one who wrote the book of James in … continue reading.
Q: I don't understand why some people make such a big deal about past sins. It seems like they're the ones who just can't forgive. Since all our sins are forgiven by the blood of Christ, why can't … continue reading.
It came as a revelation to me when I saw what I knew well already of the redeemed--that the Holy Spirit lives in us but then also I read in 1 John 4:4 that if the Holy Spirit is in the redeemed, there … continue reading.
THEY'RE HERE!Dear Friends,It's been such a privilege to be part of the team working on Who Am I?, the first of several of Norman Grubb's books we are re-publishing. Many years before I moved to our … continue reading.
Truly the way to God is down, not up. It lies through the valley of humiliation. Blessed valley. It leads to the heights, but is the only trail to them. --From The Law of Faith … continue reading.