We aren't sons because we serve. We serve because we're sons.
One of the most powerful parables Jesus told is about the prodigal son in Luke 15. This young man made many mistakes and felt unworthy of an intimate relationship with his father. Believers today often think that their mistakes disqualify them from being children of God, but our heavenly Father does not see it that way.
God gives every believer a robe of righteousness, a ring of authority, and shoes of sonship, which reflect the glorious truth of our relationship with Him.
In this three-part study designed for group experience or individual reflection, Pastor Robert Morris teaches:
What it means to live righteously as God's children
How we have authority over the enemy's schemes
Why our relationship with God is by grace, not what we do