I was saddened to read the Grumprechts' ridiculous analysis of Agnes Sanford's life and work in the service of our Lord Jesus Christ. I must confess to being prejudiced here (a confession I'd like to hear from the authors) - I knew Agnes Sanford. My grandmother, Mary White Hudson, was her first cousin and she came to Raleigh NC regularly when I was a child. By the grace of God I came to know Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour through the humble, untiring witness of "Cousin Agnes", my greatuncle her father, and many other members of the White/Hudson family. Jesus Christ was/is her Lord and He alone!
I take consolation in two things - firstly, she is with her Saviour and the slander of the likes of the authors cannot harm her. Secondly, members of the narrow-minded "religious establishment" of the day - ie the Pharisees - accused Jesus Himself of the exact same thing (Matt. 12:24-30).
May the authors find the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ which passes all understanding and the joy of the Holy Spirit - His peace and joy, which radiated from Agnes Sanford all her earthly life - and which I'm sure still does.
Just a brief note. It was hard for me even to get through this text. A trusted friend of mine was a close associate of Agnes Sanford and trusted her implicitly, witnessing many very beautiful and freeing healing events at her hands which were hands of Love. Ms. Grumprecht's book is a rigid, narrow look at a person of great integrity and deep Christian faith..."by their fruits ye shall know them..."