Perhaps the greatest stumbling block to fulfilling our divine purpose as Christians is our misunderstanding, inherited at the Fall, of our human make-up. Norman exposes this falsehood and unveils our … continue reading.
In this issue of The Intercessor, we focus what Norman called "The most important section of our Total Truth...missed in its completeness by nearly the whole of the Bible-believing body of … continue reading.
Our great error is in thinking that our human selves can be improved. And we think that because we have this false concept of being separated self-developing selves, this is false deception from the … continue reading.
There is only really One Person in the universe--God Himself. The creation is the means of manifesting Him. Human beings, created as persons in His image, only exist to contain and manifest Him as The … continue reading.
Norman Grubb starts off the booklet "No Independent Self" with the statement that the basis of our total truth, to be taken to the whole Church in the whole world, is that the human self has … continue reading.
As a missionary with C. T. Studd in the Congo along with his wife, Pauline, Norman Grubb soon recognized that he did not have the love, power, and wisdom it took to fulfill his calling. The following … continue reading.
We are so used to this illusory outlook--our mistaken concepts of life, as though it is we living it--though we have now recognized and admitted that we did not live our lives on God's standards, and … continue reading.
If you have been seeing yourself as an "independent" person and acted from that belief, realize that you have gone for Satan's lie about the believer. You have gone for Satan's lie about … continue reading.
One of the most significant truths of Scripture is that we were created to be vessels of the divine glory. If we fail to appreciate this fact and live from it as the basis of our very existence as … continue reading.
I think one of the main confusions in Christian living and service is between the "old man" and "new man," of which Paul often speaks. I don't think it is intended confusion. … continue reading.
It is commonly said that a child of God has two natures, and will carry them with him to the grave. This teaching is usually based particularly on the fact of those inner conflicts of Romans 7. But … continue reading.
Stop fussing about your human self, where you fail and where you need improvement. Drop that whole false idea. Vessels don't improve, they just contain. Now turn your attention away from what you are … continue reading.