"There's the phone. I wonder who it is?" Here in the UK, that call is usually someone from within the fellow-ship, ringing to update us on some news or simply to just touch base.Our local … continue reading.
Many Christians, having accepted and believed the truth of the scriptures, hit upon a brick wall in their personal experience. Their continual heart cry is "How can I know the reality of Christ … continue reading.
What does it really mean to be "Christ in my form"? How can I make the truth real in my life? What exactly is faith, and how do I use it to solve the everyday problems of living? Do my … continue reading.
What a lot has happened since my last "Moment." At that time, I recall, we were in the process of selling our home and buying another, larger one. It would be our new Fellowship … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW:The Key To Everything by Norman GrubbFocus on the title of this booklet for just a moment-it's not "A Key to Everything" nor "The Key to Something or Other" but … continue reading.
Despair is the best word, for despair means that we are finished and there is nothing more we can do about it. We have to come there, having given up completely, before we can have eyes to see that … continue reading.
Jacob gives us a lesson in faith. No one was more sincere than he, no one more wholehearted in pursuing his heavenly objective, to be the heir to the promises of God. But can any biography teach us … continue reading.
Old Friends of Norman's While discussing the various Zerubbabel ministries highlighted in this column, we thought it would be great fun to get in touch with some of The Intercessor readers whose lives … continue reading.
The thread of our faith often wears very thin, but it must not snap. If it does, we give up. If it doesnt, we crawl on, until, almost unrealized by ourselves, a natural miracle has taken place. What … continue reading.
When God disciplines us it can often feel bad, but resisting and getting a wrong view of it will only worsen the situation. Discipline is really God's rescue operation and an act of His love towards … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW: Hebrewsby Norman GrubbI have to admit that except for Chapter 11, I've not focused on the book of Hebrews for answers to my life. However, Norman Grubb's three-tape study of Hebrews has … continue reading.
A father to the fatherless and a judge of the widow is God in his holy habitation.-Psalm 68:5When an intercession has been gained, the Lord will always give a proof. The Saviour was put to death for … continue reading.
We must have really tasted of the self-defeating activities of independent self in our redeemed lives, and have really become soured on them. We must have come to some final point of desperation and … continue reading.
"I asked God to show me the answer for my life this weekend." This statement by one of the conference-goers started off the 1999 British Fall Conference at Hothorpe Hall, Leicestershire on … continue reading.
Husband and wife, Dave and Carol Hoffmann, and Carol's mother, Lucy Will, recount how significant the recent Wisconsin Fellowship Weekend was for each of them.Carol: A rescue is how I would describe … continue reading.
"Open thy mouth wide," says God, "and I will fill it," "Ask and receive that your joy may be full," said Christ. "Then was our mouth filled with laughter and our … continue reading.
According to Hebrews 11:1, faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. But how do we acquire this faith? How do we get this conviction about spiritual realities that … continue reading.
The following question and answer, first published in the March-April, 1990 issue of The Intercessor, was taken from a letter to Norman Grubb by someone who had "taken aboard" the Total … continue reading.
In the Fall '99 issue of The Intercessor, we published the earlier accounts of Norman's personal intercessions, taken from his booklet Intercession In Action. We now continue on with his second and … continue reading.
Daily life is by no means just easy smooth-running times. It is constantly disturbed by small things or big. Something lost, something gone wrong, responsibilities to fulfil, demanding children, … continue reading.
"And have you entirely forgotten the encouraging words God spoke to you, his children? He said "My child, don't ignore it when the Lord disciplines you, and don't be discouraged when he … continue reading.
Anything which hurts, disturbs our status quo, or challenges, be it what we may call small in our personal lives, or big in some public affair, is a place of dying when we change from selfs … continue reading.