True Seeing By Norman P. Grubb

Notes from Norman
True Seeing

By Norman P. Grubb
There are such subtleties in the discernment between good and evil that it is only the mature, who by reason of use by exercise and experience, are able to discern. That is linked up in the previous chapter where it refers to, “For the Word of God is quick, and powerful and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit . . . .” Hebrews 4:12. That’s such a fine point. It almost implies that the Word of God can hardly get there. It even divides there between soul and spirit. That’s very subtle. 
Karuizawa Japan Conference of 1954 

Topic: “Going on to Perfection”
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