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Paperback Birthright: Christian, Do You Know Who You Are? Book

ISBN: 1576732746

ISBN13: 9781576732748

Birthright: Christian, Do You Know Who You Are?

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David Needham asks Christian, do you know who you are? in this remarkable and easy-to-understand rerelease of his book about the Christian's birthright. He offers fresh insight into the theological... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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On my top 10 list

Of all the terrific books I've read, there are only a few to which I return again and again; "Birthright," by David Needham, is on that list. I do not return to it simply to remember a concept, like a reference book. I keep this book close at hand because I need it, again and again.

This book is a masterpiece!

I read the original Birthright in college over twenty years ago and still have the original book which now has yellowed pages. I highly value Birthright and give new free ones to friends and family as if it were a priceless treasure...which it is. Birthright will start you on a journey in the book of Romans that will change your life. I still re-read Birthright occasionaly and find new nuggets of truth in the Bible to this day. A true Christian identity is hard to find, but I have found it thanks to David C. Needham! Trace F.

Rich!

Needham is a master at clarifying his thoughts on paper. If you have ever wanted to get past the "churchy" terms to understand what the book of Romans is really about, this is a book for you. It especially deals with how we are positionally in our relationship with Christ. Because I found Nedham's commentary to be so rich with truth, I had to read this book slowly so I could savor every morsel. Great book!

Birthright - A Must Read For Christians

The best commentary on the Biblical book of Romans ever written. Sheds much-needed light on the controversy over whether we are really new creatures in Christ or whether this is just "positional truth" that does not affect us in our day-to-day living. Needham answers, "Yes!", we are indeed new creatures and can live accordingly.

This gives answers to feelings of emptyness and loneliness.

This book deserves 5 stars for the use of scripture to back up all of his statements. David Needham explains why we cry for meaning to life, page 23.Why do we have a vague feeling of loneliness and emptyness? Who am I? Becoming a Christian is not just getting something. It is becoming someone. Am I aware of who I really am? Am I aware that the intention of the Holy Spirit is to bring me into the light of the glory of God? see page 194. This book teaches all the basic Biblical truths on the purpose of God for my life and how this can be accomplished. All of this is backed up with scribture. Can I truly say "Yes" to Matthew 22:37?
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