The Firstborn Son: A Curse, a Gift, or a Calling: The Much-Needed Cardiac Resuscitation Our Society and World Requires. [NOOK Book]

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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 and society (see Numbers 8:16-17, Romans 8:28-30, Colossians 1:15-16). The proper embrace of the institution of the firstborn son is crucial to...
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The Firstborn Son: A Curse, a Gift, or a Calling: The Much-Needed Cardiac Resuscitation Our Society and World Requires.

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Overview

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 and society (see Numbers 8:16-17, Romans 8:28-30, Colossians 1:15-16). The proper embrace of the institution of the firstborn son is crucial to thoroughly restoring the ill-beating heart of our society to its perfect rhythm. God's perspective is paramount. As opposed to an all-theoretical approach, challenging real life experiences of the author provide measurable results that can be methodically tracked to observe the expected progress when practiced. Key subject matter experts have also provided their approval of this material as you will notice on the book's reviews.

Ezechiel "Zeke" Bambolo, Jr. was born in Liberia, West Africa, and came to the United States in 1991. Regardless of social and emotional trials, he became a very successful collegiate athlete and student. Ezechiel is a firstborn son who accepted the challenge of his father and embraced God's core values for this strategic role. He restored his family from utter chaos, destruction, and loss of a civil war after being forced to leave them in the danger of the war. Now married for over twelve years, he is a father of two beautiful children. He has spent over fourteen years in corporate America as an awardwinning consultant. Ezechiel serves as a deacon in his church and has been fully engaged in men's discipleships and accountability groups for over ten years.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013146952
  • Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/28/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 200
  • File size: 2 MB

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