Across the nations, God is pouring out his spirit to bring his Church into unity and strength.
One important response to this outpouring is a mobilization to walk out James 1:27 and Malachi 4:6.
Jesus told his disciples, “If you have seen me you have seen the Father.”
It is time for the Bride of Christ to open her arms to the widow and the orphan in such a way that they can say – when I see and know you, I see and know the Father.
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By Roger Armbruster
Nov 9, 2011
This book opened my eyes to the reality that the orphans and the fatherless who comprise such a high percentage of the street people and even of the gang population in our inner cities will never be helped permanently by institutions or by impersonal, bureaucratic government programs that simply throw money at a problem. God sets the lonely and the solitary individuals into FAMILIES where a mature son not only receive provision, protection and guidance in the present, but an inheritance in the future. The church will need to become the church in order to address the issues of abortion, of the gangs, of drugs, etc., etc. The Holy Spirit within the believer is a Spirit of adoption that makes us aware that we become mature sons as we are guided and led by the Spirit of God, which is a spirit of adoption, making us aware not only of our adoption as sons, but prompting us to adopt and to take in the stranger, the orphan and the fatherless into our families. In this way, the real Jesus will... More > be seen, and the heart of the Father revealed to a generation that desperately needs to find answers in these areas.< Less
This book is amazing! If you have a heart for justice and want to know how you can have a part in helping orphans and widows, this is a must read! This book will give you a Biblical perspective on God's heart for justice. It's impacting and life changing! I could not put it down!
Book Endorsements: God's compassion and justice for the orphans and widows is abundantly clear throughout the Bible. In “Strength of the King” God's zeal for justice and God's compassion is amplified; His invitation is compelling. The tasks to pray, care for, and adopt orphans become reachable goals. This book is devotional, inspirational, instructional, and pragmatic. —Daniel Lim, CEO, International House of Prayer - www.ihop.org To love the orphan in distress brings us to experience the world at its most beautiful and its most broken. This is not a realm to be entered lightly, nor can we be sustained in it by guilt, duty or idealism. Both poignant and practical, “Strength of the King”, brings us to the one wellspring that can nourish, guide and protect us for the long journey. It draws us to God’s heart in prayer and worship as we take up “the cause of the fatherless” (Isaiah 1:17) through adoption, foster care and global initiatives. —Jedd Medefind, President,... More > Christian Alliance for Orphans www.christianalliancefororphans.org The Church must rise up and do what God has called us to do in behalf of the poor and the oppressed. I commend The Orphan Justice Center and "Strength of the King" for leading the way in bringing awareness and for being about the Master’s business. (Galatians 2:10) —Harold Sallee, Director, Global Prayer Initiative www.convoyofhope.org< Less
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