Abba’s Child: The Cry of the Heart for Intimate Belonging, Updated Edition
By Brennan Manning with Jon Foreman / NavPress
For everybody who’s failed, stumbled, or missed the mark, Manning has good news: God loves and accepts you as you are! In this updated classic, he encourages less-than-perfect Christians to replace pretense with truthfulness and rejoice in the grace of the one we call “Abba, Father.” Includes study guide and foreword by Switchfoot’s Jon Foreman. 182 pages, softcover from NavPress.
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Abba’s Child enables the reader to see and hear beyond the lies, myths, and inner voices which tell them, they are not always worthy of God’s love and the benefits of being His children. Abba’s Child shows the reader how they can be honest with themselves, God, and others as they discover their true Father’s (Jesus) Father (God).
I experienced inspiration, insight, and revelation throughout each and every chapter within Abba’s Child. A personal message was received by myself in each chapter. There are scripture verses used within Abba’s Child in order to support and bring understanding to each chapter’s content which the reader examines.
For me, Abba’s Child has been a definite page-turner. I look forward to reading Abba’s Child over and over again as well as referring back to its many truths, many times over.
I highly recommend Abba’s Child for all to read!