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Husbands and Fathers: Rediscover the Creator's Purpose for Men

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Shows in simple terms what it takes to be a successful husband and father and to bless those closest to you--your wife and children.
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Published February 1st 2000 by Chosen Books
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Jeremiah
Great read. It mentioned how a man is to be. priest, prophet and king to his family and the many ways to fulfill that role. delinquent fathers destroy families, society, culture and nations.
David Fleming
A well written book as is usual with Derek Prince. Particularly challenged by chapters on Father as Priest, Prophet and King.
Joe
Well written powerful read; worth reading more than once for the gems contained in it.
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Oct 04, 2007 Bongbongan rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
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A relly good book, really recommend it to all fathers.

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Derek Prince (1915-2003), was an International Bible teacher and founder of Derek Prince Ministries International, wrote more than fifty books.
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“In a certain sense God has committed to every father the responsibility to embody, as a person, the ultimate revelation of the Bible, fatherhood. To be a real father is the most perfect depiction of God that any man can achieve, because it is the ultimate revelation of God Himself. In fact, every father represents God to his family. That is not an option! The question is, Do you as a father represent God rightly or wrongly?” 1 likes
“If you want to raise your children successfully, you must combine love with discipline. The way to produce unhappy, frustrated children, on the other hand, is to spoil them—to give them all they ask for, to do everything they want, to succumb to every demand. Children raised in this way will, when they grow up, expect life to treat them the same way their parents did. But life does not play the game that way! Life is pretty tough—and getting tougher. I have observed the lives of people whose parents treated them with unscriptural indulgence and I would say that, in varying degrees, they have all had difficult lives. To spoil your children is not kindness. Often, in fact, it is the expression of laziness. It takes much less effort to spoil your children than to discipline” 0 likes
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