It is obvious from an examination of the Bible record, both in the Old and the New Testament, that in the lives of the men of God there was invariably a background of fully-functioning faith, we might … continue reading.
The following pages are excerpts of correspondence between Joanna Langley and Elliot Coatney, which began in August and transpired over a series of weeks and months. At a ministry summer conference, … continue reading.
This issue of The Intercessor once again presents the Total Truth of the Gospel as proclaimed by the Apostles, and others in more modern times. We see some of mans struggle: the desperation of Romans … continue reading.
How wonderful it is! -- in our new slavery to Christ we are joyfully free to be producers of the fruit of the Spirit, and cannot come again under the control of our old sin-owner. In our new slavery … continue reading.
This is the first in a series of op/ed pieces commenting on questions related to Christianity, United States policy in the Middle East, terrorism, and the Islamic world. This is an unusual period in … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: Continuous Revival by Norman P. Grubb Roof off, walls down....Con-fession before God and man....A two-way relationship -- vertical with God and horizontal with man. According to … continue reading.
In 1915, having established the Heart of Africa Mission, C.T. Studd wrote a little pamphlet entitled Christs Etceteras in an effort to galvanize Christians to recognize the urgency of taking Christ … continue reading.
In many ways I had a privileged childhood. I grew up in a nice middle class home on a farm about one hours drive from Dublin in Ireland. Our family was a little unusual in that our household … continue reading.
If weve been Christians for any length of time, eventually we come to the realization that we knowingly do things we shouldnt do and keep on doing them even though we know better. And we also have … continue reading.
Norman Grubb viewed Romans 6-8 as the lynchpin of the gospel. This excerpt from The Liberating Secret amplifies his examination of these key chapters. We shall not find that the crisis experience of … continue reading.
The following is a series of responses by Norman Grubb to a letter he received from someone writing to him for clarity. It first appeared in the Nov/Dec, 1988 issue of The Intercessor. Q: Every now … continue reading.