Thursday, April 28, 2016

At Home in the Father’s House

Title:  At Home in the Father’s House
Author:  John Sheasby & Ken Gire
Pages:  192
Year:  2016
Publisher:  Worthy
My rating is 5 stars.
When you see this short book in the store, don’t mistake it for having nothing to impart to your heart.  As you look at the cover perhaps think of what you can glean from a man who has been a servant and now understands what it means to be a son.  In order to understand the previous statement, reading the book will clarify this.  In case you need a tidbit in order to read it, understand that it is for all who long for a closer intimate walk with the Lord.
The author is originally from a different nation, but that doesn’t matter as the human heart is very much identical regardless.  The heart yearns and cries out for God to save, to love, to speak and so much more!  Like others who experienced a legalistic background the author helps us understand freedom in Christ as he shares very transparently the journey the Lord took him on.
After each chapter there is a prayer to help facilitate talking with the Lord about what you gleaned from the chapter.  Feel free to adapt the prayer to where your heart is and the cry of your soul.  It only takes a short time to enjoy reading At Home in the Father’s House, but I guarantee you won’t soon forget what is written on the pages.
After you’re finished with the book, consider buying one for a friend or family member that you know would really be impacted by the message.  I have it on my shelf in my family library for my sons to read or a friend to borrow.  What about you?

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