Spiritual slavery to Sonship

Spiritual_Slavery_to_Sonship_FINALFRONTCOVERSpiritual slavery to Sonship is an expanded edition of the book written by Jack Frost.

The main focus of this book is Jack Frost using his life experiences from childhood, as a commercial fishing boat captain and later as a pastor and speak to tell the reader about the difference between an orphan heart and a heart of sonship. His wife, Trisha, also writes in this book using her struggles of being his wife and the situation that lead to a change in their marriage.

The author points out in this book, that even though we may have accepted Christ, that does not mean we are living a fulfilled life. Often we cling to our orphan heart and live our lives turning to God only during hard times. With an orphan hears we do not feel there is a place we belong. We often believe we need to act, dress, talk and do the right thing in order to be loved and accepted. When we get to the point we are following God’s mission instead of ours, we will have abundant life. We will feel fulfilled, satisfied here on earth.

I like this book. There were times I felt like God was speaking to me. I liked the stories the author tells us and how he uses them to get his point across to us. I especially liked the chapter written by Trisha Frost. Her story reminds us that there are times that we make decisions about what we are going to do with our lives and God will step in and guide us in another direction. I also like the addition of the chapter on The Ministry of Restitution. We all get hurt and we all hurt others sometime during our life and this has very good information for getting past the hurts.

I received a copy of the book from Book Club Network for an honest review.

ISBN-10: 0768409055

ISBN-13: 978-0768409055

224 Pages

Publisher: Destiny Image

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