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The Firstborn Son: A Curse, a Gift, or a Calling

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This book brings an incredibly fresh perspective unlike any other before it to this topic of the firstborn. It challenges fathers, sons, mothers, and similar authority figures to embrace a long existed yet abandoned concept of the firstborn son that will serve us all effectively. The firstborn son has a covenant relationship with God the father for stability of the family ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Dog Ear Publishing
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Aug 11, 2011 John rated it really liked it
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The book covers a lot of ground and issues. It is absolutely and extremely relevant for today. It addresses social and moral issues at many levels and across many sections of society. It deals with the core moral issues of our day and provides a positive view and the tools to make corrections in our own lives. We many not be able to change the world, but we can allow ourselves to be changed by a loving God through Jesus Christ to be the men and women we need to be to our family, friends and chil
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