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The Birthright: Out of the Servant's Quarters into the Father's…

by John Sheasby

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If you're one of the millions of Christians weighed down by the guilt of things done, and undone, feeling you are falling short of God's expectations, The Birthright is a liberating, life-changing celebration of your birthright as a child of the King. Whether you are of Reformed, grace-based roots, or Arminian, works-driven traditions, you may have a gnawing sense that you are failing to please the Father. The Birthright will liberate you from the drudgery of 'doing' and help you discover the joy of 'being'--moving out of the servant's quarters and into the Father's house where you are loved, accepted and celebrated . . . simply because you are His child.

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