25 April 2016

At Home in the Father's House: Where You Belong as a Child of the King by John Sheasby with Ken Gire

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This life changing look at the parable of the father with two sons, one a prodigal, the other faithful but bitter, will change your understanding of that story forever and your relationship with the Father who loves you and welcomes you home, especially if you have struggled with believing you could ever deserve His love. John Sheasby had to overcome a lifetime of shame and doubt because he believed his best would never be good enough for God. God finally broke through, and Sheasby realized he had always had a room in the Father's house and a seat at the table. God was just waiting for him to sit down.

At Home in the Father's House: Where You Belong as a Child of the King is quite inspiring. Though it’s a little, quick read, John Sheasby packs plenty of spiritual truth into its pages. He uses examples from both his personal life and the Bible to offer beneficial perspective on relating to God as the Father. I found it to be a thought-provoking read and would recommend it to Christian readers. 

Thanks to Worthy’s First Look, I received a copy of At Home in the Father’s House and the opportunity to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review, and all the opinions I have expressed are my own.

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