To experience victorious living, writes Norman Grubb, we must see all things as God sees them. In the following excerpt from The Deep Things of God, Norman presents God's unifying principle underlying … continue reading.
If the Total Truth, as Norman called it, is what he says it is--total--then we can expect to find answers to the most pressing issues in life. The selections in this issue of The Intercessor explore … continue reading.
In what ways does the Spirit flow out of us as rivers? Have we any clear pointers? Yes, there are two. We shall see that He flows out of us as Spirit through spirit (Chapters 34-43) and Spirit through … continue reading.
Joseph is the perfect example, outside the Saviour Himself, of the trained servant of the Spirit. He, too, like the One he prefigured, "learned obedience through the things he suffered." He … continue reading.
Sin lies deeper than sins which are the outward form it takes; deeper than world attachments, which are the golden chain of its subtle enslavement. Sin is the root, sins are the fruit. Sin's dwelling … continue reading.
Reprinted from the Fall 2001 issue of The Intercessor (published just after the 9-11 attack), the following Bible Study addresses the age-old question that arises in the pain of injustice or loss: If … continue reading.
I first read The Spontaneous You in the 1970's; it was my introduction to the transforming insights of Norman Grubb. As a fairly new Christian at that time, I had just started to attend a neighborhood … continue reading.
A review of Norman Grubb's two CD series--JosephJoseph- Great Dreamer, Nation Saver Joseph said to them, "Do not be afraid, for am I in the place of God? But as for you, you meant evil against … continue reading.
When the adventure of adversity is seen in its true perspective, it is found to be the doorway into God's most transcendent secret--that adversities and sufferings, which in their origin are the … continue reading.
We now recognize by faith that it is He coming through in come new perfect manifestation of Himself in love and power. The sufferings are only the outer shadow case by our unbelief. Then we praise and … continue reading.
"In the same way the Spirit also helps our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we should, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words; and He who searches … continue reading.