Author: Grubb Norman Percy
Revival by its definition is the process of bringing something back to life. Christians look at revival as a time when they will individually or corporately experience a renewal in their walk with Christ. But, missionary, Norman Grubb, challenges that notion with the concept of continuous revival which he has termed victorious living. Rather than waiting for the Spirit to fall, Grubb contends that the vertical movement of the Spirit happened at Pentecost. Now we seek his movement horizontally in His Temple, the bodies of the redeemed. Norman Grubb, graduate of Cambridge College and missionary to the Congo, was one of the founders of what is now InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.