In the following article, taken from his book by the same title, Norman Grubb reveals how, with the eyes of faith, we see evil and good integrated and become God's agents to bring about His perfect … continue reading.
Past, present, and future: all can be found in this issue of The Intercessor. Our lead article comes from a book of Norman's written in the 1950's and we have a very current, important update from our … continue reading.
[Meryl's daughter, Joanna, left home several months ago, broke ties with her family and larger spiritual family.]Over the past few months, God had been seriously challenging me to yield to Him on a … continue reading.
This is a letter written many years ago by Norman Grubb to an old friend who had just learned he had terminal cancer. Although it may itself be "old," the message contained in this letter is … continue reading.
As a young child I asked Jesus Christ into my heart over and over because I didn't feel any different afterwards. When I was eight, it was difficult believing in something I could not see or hear. My … continue reading.
All the days of the vow of his separation there shall no razor come upon his head... All the days of his separation he is holy unto the Lord. --Numbers 6:5, 8When I returned from London the Lord said, … continue reading.
We struggle and labour and fight in faith, because we have not yet discerned between soul and spirit, the hallmark of the mature. We are constantly moved in the human realm by the impact of the … continue reading.
"Bless your heart. You've been so abused, so hurt, so damaged." I've heard this and statements similar to this dozens of times over the past five and a half years. "Why" you might … continue reading.
I think not, sir! My wife and children are a visible proof of miracles--not dead nor starved in China, only because the God of miracles and love was alive, and faithful, and merciful, and at work, but … continue reading.
Q: How can I know when I've moved past feelings/thoughts and am in sin?A: The Bible says "When lust has conceived it bringeth forth sin." This describes what happens when I make the choice … continue reading.
Dear Madeline, Thank you very much for your loving note. What you have written has me both puzzled and pleased. I am puzzled at your saying that I think that you are in sin. I am under the impression … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW:Intercession in Action by Norman GrubbMy first reaction to writing about this booklet was that I was not spiritually up to reviewing a booklet about the subject of intercession. I had to … continue reading.
ALL TIME FAVORITESGreetings in Christ, Our Life:I'm one of the many saints who corresponded regularly with Norman and had him in our home several times so that groups of hungry people could sit at his … continue reading.
My father first had the vision for the "Zerubbabel Conference Center" back in the early 1980s. The Total Living Center of today may look physically different than what he envisioned. … continue reading.
Our believing doesn't do a thing in itself. God is the doer. God is the one who deliberately put us in this problem situation and thus awakens us to get into faith action. And the faith action is my … continue reading.
When I read the following statement in a letter I was given to look over and comment on, I realized that its author was somewhat confused as to how the faith process works: "By realizing Christ's … continue reading.
Temptation compels us, by trial and error, to find our helplessness with no hope outside of Christ living in us. We continue to be tempted where we are most vulnerable, that is God's right way with … continue reading.
The following is a transcript of a talk given by Scott at the 1997 British Spring Conference.I'd like to start with a brief overview of the New Testament. The New Testament is divided into four major … continue reading.
"Whoever believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, streams of living water will flow from within him."--John 7:38In so many ways this verse was at the heart of all that went on at the 1999 … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW: Davidby Norman GrubbLife is contrast: positive-negative, good-bad, agony-ecstasy, and what it boils down to is Christ-Satan. This is very true as we look at the two men, David and Saul, … continue reading.
I still remember the September evening in 1990 when I called to see Mary Walsh in her home near Dublin. We chatted over just about everything we could think of before I finally got round to saying, … continue reading.
If you have been seeing yourself as an "independent" person and acted from that belief, realize that you have gone for Satan's lie about the believer. You have gone for Satan's lie about … continue reading.
All this newness of life is from God, who brought us back to himself through what Christ did. And God has given us the task of reconciling people to him. For God was in Christ, reconciling the world … continue reading.
For the joy set before us, we too endure our cross. Faith works by love in action. Yet though it all we know it is not our efforts, our so-called sacrifices, which bring the results. It is the faith … continue reading.