Having established the fact, that the only way by which God could create sons or "fellows" with whom He can live in fellowship, is by creating spirits with whom He can unite, we must search … 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 love--God's love--and … continue reading.
This issue of The Intercessor is dedicated to the topic of Love. We begin with a close look at the true meaning of love, in our lead article "What is Love?" Norman beautifully unravels the … continue reading.
An important key to our being able to distinguish between soul and spirit is for us to come to know that there is a spirit dimension. It is in this dimension that He who is Spirit and we who are … continue reading.
The following excerpt from Norman Grubb's Who Am I? explores the only way God could fully condition and establish His sons to be joint heirs in His Kingdom of out-poured love.Now we come down to … continue reading.
There seems to be a real misunderstanding among Christians about the relationship between forgiveness and repentance because they are often con-fused about what God's unconditional love really is. … continue reading.
We have said that a conscious self is only such by reason of the capacity to choose; and every self being an outbirth of the original Self is compounded of love. Every self is love and loves itself. … continue reading.
I wonder if we conservative evangelicals do not come short on the love of God. I know I do. For years my main occupation has been with faith. Do I believe God aright? Do I transmit to others "the … continue reading.
"If you love me, you will obey what I command"-John 14:15At Leicester C.T. Studd and Stanley Smith met F.B. Meyer, who wrote later: "The visit of Messrs. Stanley Smith and Studd to … continue reading.
How can man love? Why does God? Norman answers these and many other questions about love.It might be asked, if the basic self of God and man is self-love, yet God's self is eternally selfless love, is … continue reading.
This is a portion of a letter that C.T. Studd wrote to his prospective bride, Priscilla Stewart.It will be no easy life, no life of ease which I could offer you, but one of toil and hardship; if I did … continue reading.
Concerning natural faith, there are two kinds: simple and advanced. One seems almost effortless, almost automatic; the other calls for concentration, adventure, persistence. It is the same in the life … continue reading.
Unconditional love--should Christians just accept each other the way they are?At some time we have all said or heard someone say: "I just want to be accepted the way I am!" Isn't this what … continue reading.
The following article was originally a pamphlet written by C.T. Studd in 1915. His description of the devices used by Satan to tempt missionaries is no less applicable to us today in the comfort of … continue reading.
In the following excerpt, Norman explains how God became eternally fixed as a Lover-Father, and thus we can have assurance that everything He brings into our life "is always perfect love with a … continue reading.
We have come to know and have believed the love which God has for us. God is love, and the one who abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him. By this, love is perfected with us, so that we … continue reading.
God is wholly outgoing through all eternity. We have begun that life for eternity, for He lives in us. What a vista! And God specializes in giving Himself for those who are most unpleasant to Him, … continue reading.