Part 3A RecapWe have been finding Bible answers to the who, what and why of the human self. We have looked at the patient process by which God conditioned His human family through symbols, law, and … continue reading.
Desperation, an experience common to most of us, is the focus of the latest installments of our two teaching articles. Norman Grubb's "What Is this Human Self of Ours" and Page Prewitt's … continue reading.
I had been waiting since Feb for the showing of the film, "One Fine Day," starring George Clooney. For some reason its release had been delayed, so I was delighted to see the movie was … continue reading.
The last of our supplies was finished, and there was no apparent hope of supplies of any kind coming from any human source. The mail came once a fortnight. The mailman had just set out that afternoon, … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: The Spontaneous You by Norman GrubbThe Spontaneous You, published in 1966, was written on the threshold of this modern era, yet at a point in time that seems eerily distant as we sense … continue reading.
I was reared in a Catholic home and spent the first fourteen years of my life believing that all I had to do to get into heaven was be good and go to church. My exposure to any other religions or … continue reading.
The Zerubbabel Youth Ministry has come a long way over the past 15 years. At one time it consisted of a basement at the Hixton, Wisconsin conference center where the youth were relegated while the … continue reading.
The ninth British Fall Conference took place the weekend of October 17-19 at the Hollowford Training Centre in the beautiful Peak District area of Castleton, Derbyshire. Members of our fellowship … continue reading.
At Castleton we had many opportunities to appreciate the impact of fellowhsip on the Christian walk. We saw again and again how important it is, having learned the total truth, to be undeviating in … continue reading.
This study, taken from Norman Grubb's book The Law of Faith, shows through the lives of the Old Testament Patriarchs the necessity of exposing the lie of independence which prevents us from operating … continue reading.
Part 2At the end of my last article (see the July-August Intercessor), I attempted to tell you how in the early days of receiving God's revelation to me of my union with Him, I was at a loss as to how … continue reading.
Q: I am a Christian and have been taught that I have two natures: my old sin nature and my new nature in Christ. If that is true, how can I hope to ever stop committing sin?A: The concept that you … continue reading.
...and let us consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds, not forsaking our own assembling together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more, as you … continue reading.
A NOTE OF ENCOURAGEMENTDear Meryl:I have ,just read your article in the May/June, 1997 edition of The Intercessor. I was blessed by your application of the "Christ/I" truth to your adverse … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW: Jonahby Norman GrubbI must confess that when I chose this tape on Jonah by Norman Grubb, my mind automatically registered "Jonah and the Whale." You know the song, "Who … continue reading.
The Zerubbabel New York Fellowship Weekend took place at the Joe and Sherryl Laffin home in Poughkeepsie, New York on November 7-9. This event, an annual tradition, brought folks from North Carolina, … continue reading.
While the adults gathered the weekend of the New York Conference at the Laffin home, the children were having their own special "mini-conference" at the home of Chris and Kathy Anderson.In … continue reading.
The '97 New York Fellowship Weekend had a very big impact on me personally. It didn't take God very long to get things underway Friday night. We had a late dinner and people were barely finished when … continue reading.
God has always had His fullness in readiness to replace our emptiness, His perfection our imperfections, His light our darkness, His life our death. He has always intended, planned and provided total … continue reading.
He meant us to have the problem to have practice in not seeing the problem but only Himself at the inner centre. So we now transfer our believing from natural seeing to seeing in the Spirit. We are … continue reading.