This article, written by Norman Grubb in one of the first issues of The Intercessor, explores how the Law works for God's redemptive purpose.Paul's great negative revelation to the church of Christ … continue reading.
It is only by our bodies that God can fulfill His saving purpose in this body world. Let us have this plainly understood. Our service to Christ is only fulfilled by some body action of ours--by body … continue reading.
Norman Grubb, describing his last intercession, says, "...this is the mightiest, because it is the first streams of what is to become a world flood." In his zeal to reach the modern day … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: Yes, I Amby Norman GrubbZerubbabel Press has recently reprinted Yes, I Am, and I am proud to review the book. We have taken Norman's original text and corrected only the obvious … continue reading.
Summer Camp 2000 was a lavish outpouring of God's love on everyone who participated. Initially, as we gathered to welcome new people and catch up with old friends, there was a latent sense of … continue reading.
TAPE REVIEW: Choiceby Page Prewitt"I understand that you are saying--and the Bible makes clear--that before we were born again we were indwelt by Satan and thus were Satan bossed. My question is … continue reading.
Have you ever tried to trick a child into doing something you want him to do by using "reverse-psychology"? You tell him "I don't want you to eat all your peas, now don't eat … continue reading.
I was 29 when I moved in to share a house with two girls in Athy, a small town in southern Ireland. I arrived at the house laden down with sports equipment such as: hockey stick, squash racquets, wet … continue reading.
Computers--a blessing or a curse. I haven't decided which category I put them in, but they have become an integral part of society and cultures all over the world. Here in Boone, computers are used by … continue reading.
In the following interchange, Norman Grubb stresses the obedience of faith and the importance of consistently affirming our faith. It first appeared in the May/June, 1991 issue of The Intercessor.Q: … continue reading.
Why is the realization of union with God essential for daily living? And why must we also know that we redeemed humans are wholly and solely His, spirit, soul and body, and not a half old and half new … continue reading.
Faith has a large family--Laughter is another of his children. The laugh of Faith is a merry child brightening every heart and home that entertains his parent.There are two children bearing the name … continue reading.
I was raised in a Christian household where my parents taught me about Jesus Christ from as early as I can remember. My mom and dad made the financial commitment to send my brothers and sister and me … continue reading.
The Internet is growing at an astounding rate, giving us access to a sea of information and resources, and Christians continue to establish their presence in this new medium. There is now content on … continue reading.
As God's people we must obey His commands, living and acting in accordance with His commands in all aspects of our lives. This includes the way we respond to situations at the workplace. For this … continue reading.
I have been playing guitar for several years now. My biggest reward, or privilege, so far has been to be selected as the music leader for our youth group. I have played guitar for the youth for the … continue reading.
The Bible says we "died with Him" (Rom. 6:6) and "in Him we are dead" (2 Cor. 5:14). What does that mean? What does that mean to you? When I used to think about it, all I knew were … continue reading.
If only One is to be glorified from eternity to eternity, only One must be the doer of all. If man has slipped into the quagmire of self-deceit, imagining himself to be somewhat by himself, deluding … continue reading.
A chosen vessel...an earthen vessel... a prepared vessel. That is how God describes His men of destiny. And when He has them, He has all He needs. For a work, a mission, an organization, means nothing … continue reading.
Part 4 Intercession Being Gained in Worldwide, Churchwide CommissionThis was Norman Grubb's last intercession, and one which he continued until his death in 1993. He describes it as the … continue reading.
Dear brothers and sisters, what's the use of saying you have faith if you don't prove it by your actions? That kind of faith can't save anyone. Suppose you see a brother or sister who needs food or … continue reading.
David called repentance "brokenness." That leaves no place for establishing my own righteousness. Down I go before God, and before man where necessary. A bent tree can spring into place … continue reading.