Spiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship by Jack FrostSpiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship by Jack Frost is about the life of the author. The journeys he’s been on, lessons he’s learned along the way, and how he fixed problems in his life. Jack goes in depth about personal experiences and how they impacted him as a Christian. He tells stories and relates them to relevant life lessons with practical steps on how to put it into action. Jack’s great writing ability and skill makes the reader feel like they are in the story with him.
The book starts off with Jack and 7 other people were on a sea sailing trip into what mariners call the “Sea of Fear”. Disaster strikes and the mast of the 74-foot sailboat almost broke off from the wind. Jack later describes the events and minor details easily overlooked and points out and connects it to a great meaning. There are many of these stories that are told with many details and connected to life lessons. Some of the stories include broken boats, maintenance of fishing boats, fishing, family, golf, Thanksgiving, being a pastor, and in church ministry. Jack takes the small details that aren’t noticed and turns them into huge eye-opening revelations. Jack meticulously differentiates spiritual slaves and sons are and differentiates them from each other with their motives and roots for all of their desires and feelings. He shows where in his life he was either a spiritual slave or son and why. He later gives steps to heal the slave heart and mindset by removing the grudges, pain, hurt, and forgiving others as well as yourself.
I really enjoyed this book and everything contained in it. The reader is always learning something through the stories and examples and never gets lost in the lessons. Jack’s great writing ability also helps bring everything together in a cohesive story where nothing is missed and you are left with no confusion or misinterpretation of the lesson. Jack is straight to the point exposing the root problems in Christian lives and the practical truths that set people free from burdens and help you find the safe harbor amidst the storm.
Spiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship - Introduction
Spiritual Slavery to Spiritual Sonship by Jack Frost
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Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs. What would life be like with no fear? If you could feel completely at home and at rest in the intimate love of God? We all face two choices in life: to live life as if we have a home or to live life as if we do not have a home. Many Christians live like orphans because they have never made it past their fears and into a place of rest and safety. Are you one of them?
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