Fatherhood

Alternative Title:
Alternative Titles:

,

Subject:
Subjects:

Relationships

,

Formats: Paperback Book & eBook
Pages:

42

*
Originally Published:

1984

Abridged Version:

,

* Approximate, subject to edition.

Description

Fatherhood, in a certain sense, is the most God-like quality a man can reproduce. A good father will imitate the three main ministries of Christ - as a priest, prophet and king.

As a priest, the father represents his family to God. As a prophet, he represents God to his family. And as a king, he governs his family on behalf of God.

All fatherhood in the universe ultimately goes back to the fatherhood of God. Since the eternal character and nature of God is that of Father, it follows that every father in a certain sense represents God.

Are fathers today willing to accept responsibility for their families? The decision of the fathers will determine the destiny of the nation!

Visit Store

Reviews

Yellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star icon
I recommend for men and women alike to read this. A little insight into the Father's heart for man and society.
Yellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star icon
A very helpful book for all fathers.
Yellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star iconYellow star icon
I learned a lot from this book about my Father in Heaven, about the father figure, and also the function of a father in his family, based on the Word of God.

Book Preview

A preview of Fatherhood is available to view and download for personal use.
Download PDF
Get Adobe Acrobat Reader to view & print PDF documents.
“There is a Father who is our God and who also is the fact behind all other facts. It is a Father who created the universe, as a father, and who has left the imprint of His fatherhood on every aspect of the entire universe.”

Derek Prince

(
Fatherhood
)
More Books
Blue scroll to top arrow iconBlue scroll to top arrow icon
Share on social media

Thank you for sharing.

Page Link
Link Copied!
https://www.derekprince.com/
Black copy link icon