Beginning with the scriptural fact that all humans enter life indwelt and operated by the spirit of error, Norman Grubb describes the total remedy Jesus Christ provided to rescue us--not only from the … continue reading.
A Frustrating Complication If the new relationship has replaced the old, and given us our fully satisfying life, rich fruit, happy service, loving union and communion, and the conscious ability to be … continue reading.
The last issue of The Intercessor explored the first stage of God's restoration of lost mankind: the Gospel so basic that even in our blindness we can glimpse a God in heaven, a Savior in history, the … continue reading.
What Really Is the New Man?We have stressed that the Scripture makes it plain that the last Adam, the Progenitor of the new race, the Saviour who ended the old by taking it into His death, and began … continue reading.
"A vessel for honor, sanctified, useful to the Master, prepared for every good work."--Timothy 2:21A finite language cannot completely portray the infinite. So different illustrations are … continue reading.
A friend of Pauline's, Dr. Isa Lumsden, was sending her a little paper called The Overcomer, published by Mrs. Penn Lewis, well known in England as a Bible teacher. But what she wrote about didn't … continue reading.
In this article Norman masterfully charts the course through the stages of faith that challenge each Christian--from little faith to perfected believing.Some years ago we described in a pamphlet the … continue reading.
"Let us, therefore, make every effort to enter that rest"--Hebrews 4:11 Faith is not looking for a future revelation; it is realizing a present fact. Faith slips from its moorings when it … continue reading.
In this excerpt from Who Am I?, Norman explains how our renewed understanding of Gal. 2:20 is applied in our everyday situations.How does this new awareness that it is "Not I, but Christ" … continue reading.
Who will rescue me ? Thanks be to God--through Jesus Christ our Lord!"--Romans 7:24-25 What is the deliverance I expect? Just this: I have a puny, poisoned, localized self, shut up to its mean … continue reading.
The real problem of Christian living is not the old man, but the new man! The wrong use of the new man is the chief sin of the believer, the right use turns life into a magnificent adventure of faith; … continue reading.
We now turn our attention to the area of our daily living. It has been wonderful to have the disturbing questions of our past and future settled, for, however the world may try to hide it, until we … continue reading.
I think it would be helpful to explain what the Bible means when it talks about our being put to death (crucified) with Christ on the cross and, in turn, our being dead with him. There are a lot of … continue reading.
"I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh, I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave … continue reading.
Once you have come to understand that your basic function is a constant recognition of Another, the whole of life is transformed. It isn't a matter of continually allowing Him to come into your life, … continue reading.
The effect of the inner and outer law on us is twofold. On our response hangs our eternal destiny. We can either respond by hypocrisy or honesty. As a fact, we all start by being hypocrites. That is, … continue reading.