Although Christians are familiar with the biblical account of the fall of man and the Gospel of redemption, few have seen beyond the symbols to the principles of the spiritual kingdom. This excerpt … continue reading.
Norman Grubb observed that often "the Gospel of Salvation is magnificently presented, seekers are led to Christ; but the totality of the Gospel, the Gospel in its ultimate category is by no means … continue reading.
This excerpt from Yes, I Am, explores how the historic biblical facts of God's plan of salvation are not just past history, but "totally applicable to our own inner selves."We will now see … continue reading.
The book of Romans describes three stages by which God unveils His total purpose for man, "created and now re-created in Christ to find his place in God and He in us." In the following … continue reading.
The Origin of EvilGod is who He is because He is fixed, and fixed as love; plainly every person who is to find himself and be a person equally becomes fixed. We often hear it said that the origin of … continue reading.
The following excerpt from Page Prewitt's booklet "Alphabet Soup," describes how she learned the simple Gospel, accepted Jesus Christ, and began her journey to find in Him the Total Truth to … continue reading.
He who, as Love, was Creator of all must now, as Love, be Re-Creator of lost mankind, and must bring him back by regeneration and re-education to the only relationship in which humanity can be true … continue reading.
In his own words, Norman Grubb describes the God--ordered events during his final year in public school that brought him face to face with his personal failings, need of the Savior and His … continue reading.
Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. --John 3:3 Some of the Savior's most vital truths were spoken to individuals, such as Nicodemus and the woman at the well. Nicodemus … continue reading.
God Himself entered the human arena by the one act of matchless grace in sending His beloved Son in the likeness of sinful flesh and as a sacrifice for sin. And in doing this, He took every possible … continue reading.
"For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast."--Ephesians 2:8-9(New American … continue reading.
The atoning work of Christ, which makes it possible for a lost sinner to stand in the sight of God as one who had never sinned, is only the gateway to life, not the life itself. The life itself, is, … continue reading.