The Second Crisis, by Norman GrubbWe continue our examination of the basic foundations proclaimed by Paul in Galatians 2:20 and Colossians 1:27-28. Norman here emphasizes the necessity of an inner … continue reading.
Editors NoteIn this issue of The Intercessor we continue our exploration of the foundations of our total salvation not only forgiveness through Christs Blood of our sins, but freedom from the sin … continue reading.
The Battle of Marathon, between the Persians and Athenians, was one of the decisive battles of the world. Victory rested with the Greeks; but among the people at Athens there was a pacifist … continue reading.
Writing my testimony is something I have pondered doing for years. But, I never said that to anyone, so I could then forget about it for long periods. Recently I was convicted of the need to do this … continue reading.
It was from Rees Howells that Norman Grubb learned the principles of intercession which formed such a crucial part in his life and ministry. Norman wrote the critically acclaimed Rees Howells, … continue reading.
Every religion and philosophy seeks love, often exhorting their members to love one another. Norman reveals the impossibility of that challenge. He wonderfully defines loveGods loveand demonstrates … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: Alphabet Soupby Page PrewittHave you ever looked down into yourself and tried to make sense out of your life and found nothing but a mixed up mess? If you have, then Alphabet Soup by Page … continue reading.
Speaking the word of faith obviously makes a big difference to our prayer life. In explaining this new understanding of prayer I have sometimes said that I dont pray any more. I should not say … continue reading.
In every biography of the Bible in which we are given much detail, we find that this fundamental law of life had to be learned, and usually slowly and painfully. The discovery of the independent self … continue reading.
This excellent article by Brett Burrowes was originally published several years ago. We thought it worth reprinting.Zerubbabel was a person like us. He was given a commission by God, but he became … continue reading.
The following is a letter Norman Grubb wrote to Page Prewitt after his first visit to her home in 1972.Feb. 8. 72Dearest new friend and correspondent,Dont you think I love it when another dear … continue reading.