The Three Stages of Self By Norman P. Grubb

Daily Thoughts The Three Stages of Self By Norman P. Grubb We have, in fact, to pass through three phases in our attitude towards and understanding of ourselves. We start life by a false attempt at self-appreciation. We try to make out we are all right: "going about to establish our own righteousness", the Bible... Continue Reading →

Eternal Superiority by Norman Grubb

Daily Thoughts Eternal Superiority By Norman P. Grubb The tragedy of humanity is that we are created inferior and we try to make ourselves out as superior. That’s where all break downs come from. We all have the inferiority complex and we try to make out that we have the superiority. When I recognize that... Continue Reading →

The Word of Faith By Norman P. Grubb

Notes from Norman The Word of Faith By Norman P. Grubb Believe If we believe He is stirring us to ask and take something, we do not hold back. Did He not say to his disciples, "Whatsoever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive?" (Mark 11:24) Not whatsoever He desires, but what we... Continue Reading →

Coming To The End By Norman Grubb

Daily Thoughts Coming To The End By Norman Grubb There is a day, a season, usually prefaced by many agonizing days, when at last our straining self, stretched and taut like an elastic, gives way. We were crucified with Christ all along, but now faith enters into this intelligently as fact. If we were crucified... Continue Reading →

The Obedience of Faith 信仰の服従

Notes from Norman The Obedience of Faith By Norman P. Grubb ノーマンからのノート 信仰の服従 Norman P. Grubb著 But many still regard “Christ in me” as two. It looks like two. Christ in you, Christ in you. It should mean that you’re One, really. But it doesn’t always mean that because we’re so used to separation. We’re... Continue Reading →

The Obedience of Faith

Notes from Norman The Obedience of Faith By Norman P. Grubb Then, just at this very occasion, He came to Gethsemane. At Gethsemane He said, “Oh, if it be possible, let this cup pass from Me.” That’s a separate Jesus. And then He says, “Not as I will, but Thou will.” Two wills. He’d just... Continue Reading →

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