December 27th, 2000. Once again-for the fourth consecutive time--many of us 'over here' in the British Isles travelled to Ireland for a few days of fellowship, faith and fun. What began in 1997 as a … continue reading.
All the world's people, including us the born-again, have always taken it for granted in their delusion that they were self-operating and therefore self-responsible persons, who could and would … continue reading.
Alas! The Angel of God hovers over us with the jewelled crown, but some are in the parlour eating bread and honey, and others in the counting house raking in the money. "Choked," says … continue reading.
Be careful then, dear brothers and sisters. Make sure that your own hearts are not evil and unbelieving, turning you away from the living God. You must warn each other every day, as long as it is … continue reading.
That which needs strong confirmation, if we are to be strong in faith under any conditions, is the certainty that God doesnt sit by and 'permit' various adverse or tragic situations; but He actually … continue reading.
What is suffering? Suffering is what I don't like. That's all. It may be spirit suffering, soul-emotional suffering or body suffering. I don't like it because it presses me to find the remedy. That's … continue reading.
Many of the articles in this issue of The Intercessor are personal in nature, springing from the writers' own experiences. For example, Norman Grubb begins his penetrating discussion of suffering in … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW:Paul's Key to the Liberated Life: Romans Six to Eightby Norman GrubbWritten in his nineties, this booklet (just 22 pages) by Norman Grubb is, he says, "for those who are diggers and … continue reading.
At some point in our lives, probably many times, we have had to come face to face with what we truly are on the inside, with what God has already told us about ourselves in the Scriptures. After all, … continue reading.
We humans are created in God's image in infinite wonderulness and potential of spirit, soul and body. We have the quantity of our being (Acts 17:28), but not the quality by which we can express the … continue reading.
Page Prewitt answered this recent email from a reader.Q: I am so grateful for the truths of The Intercessor since there is no local group here. Volume 16, no. 3 leads me to a serious question. On page … continue reading.
Zerubbabel Press is in the process of republishing several of Norman Grubb's books. This has been a great responsibility and privilege, and we want to share the story of how it came about with our … continue reading.
Your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him.... Seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. --Matthew 6:8, 33The day … continue reading.
God is truly an awesome God. Not only because he created and maintains the immeasurable universe, but because he is also in the detail of life and uses that in our walk with Him.Fifteen months ago, … continue reading.
We are enthusiasts, wholehearted, thorough, because there is a meaning to it, a purpose in it. We do not use the word sacrifice, because love enthusiastically gives its all to meet others' needs. It … continue reading.
When the editorial staff of The Intercessor began looking for contributors for this issue, I volunteered to do a tape review. I've written a few tape reviews in the past, so I thought I could commit … continue reading.
A thread that ran through the British October Conference was the significance of the detail in God's plan. That began to emerge soon after we gathered together at Hothorpe Hall in Leicestershire.On … continue reading.
I remember going to youth group at church on Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings. The older I grew, the more advanced the subject matter would be. As my friends and I made it to Jr. and Sr. High, our … continue reading.
"Do you see a man wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him." --Proverbs 26:12Recently, a friend argued laughingly that we ought to live life in reverse: we ought, he … continue reading.
The following article is a transcription of a teaching lesson given by Scott at the fellowship weekend in Boone, North Carolina in May 1998. It was originally printed in Znews, our youth magazine. … continue reading.
As far as Christian backgrounds go, I guess you could say I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth. I didn't just grow up in a "Christian" home. I grew up in a home where God, Jesus, the … continue reading.