"Love one another as I have loved you," is one of Jesus' most well-known commands. But on any given day, we might wel respond, "Easier said than done!" In the following article, … continue reading.
This month's issue of The Intercessor examines living in fellow-ship with others--applying spirit-truths to the challenges of living in daily unity as the Body of Christ. Norman Grubb reminds us from … continue reading.
How appropriate that we would finish 2009 near the city of brotherly love and the former home of our beloved Norman Grubb. On Saturday November 14th a group of folks gathered at the Hampton Inn Willow … continue reading.
The following account demonstrates the life-changing effect of Christ's love poured out through a body of believers committed to the rescue and restoration of a felowbeliever enslaved by sin.In July … continue reading.
"If we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship"--1 John 1:7 There is one other way, the healthiest of all, to maintain fellowship in personal relationships, as well as … continue reading.
In the folowing article, Norman recounts his early years with C.T. Studd in Africa and how close felowship at the isolated station qui ckly brought to light any subtle sinful attitudes--and the way of … continue reading.
The following is a brief glimpse into the chalenges of maintaining a daily walk with felow believers--amid the front-line spiritual warf a re of the mission field. Taken from C.T. Studd's personal … continue reading.
Excerpts from The Liberating Secret by Norman GrubbMany Members, One BodyThe Bible speaks much of the relationship of the individual to God, of the personal experience of abundant life . But it is … continue reading.
"Let us love one another, for love comes from God"--1 John 4:7 Edith Moules stood at her husband's deathbed crying, and, mighty woman of faith as she was, maybe temporarily questioning God's … continue reading.
In the account below, Norman summarizes the Total Truth--and shares the personal crisis that drove him to find it: falling short in his relationships with fellow Christians.I was freed, at the time of … continue reading.
A lesson I am very slow to learn is how to see every individual in the world as they really are. Here are a company of people acting together in a certain cause, an industrial union,a political … 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.
Make my joy complete by being like-minded, having the same love, being one in spirit and purpose"--Philippians 2:2 The team of Christian Literature Crusade workers in each home base is really … continue reading.
If, then, I am as He is, how does it work out in practical life? It means a revolution in my outlook. Normally, I interpret all happenings of life in terms of their effect on myself. My physical … continue reading.
The following excerpt from Norman Grubb's biography of pioneer missionary Edith Moules, Mighty Through God, provides insight into God's standard for Christian fellowship. In her own words, Mrs. Moules … continue reading.
How many carry burdens for loved ones unsaved or backslid-den? We cry day and night like the importunate woman calling on the unjust judge. But suppose we kind of "gather up our garments about … continue reading.
Righteousness Among MenJohn says that our righteousness among men is the proof of our righteousness before God (3:7); and our love for our brother of our love toward God (4:20); and our testimony … continue reading.
It is the walk with Jesus, the walk in Him. He Himself first spoke of it to His disciples in His last intimate talk with them (John 15). He there takes the union with Himself for granted: "I am … continue reading.
If the whole body were an eye, where would the hearing be? If the whole were hearing, where would the sense of smell be? But now God has placed the members, each one of them, in the body, just as He … continue reading.
The interflow and interaction of a team in fellowship is the manifestation of Christ in His body. It is the outgoing of Christ to the world, drawing all men by the attractiveness of people loving one … continue reading.