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How Men Should Lead Their Families Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-60178-3653
  • Binding: Booklet
  • Page Count: 32
  • Publisher: Reformation Heritage

How Should Men Lead Their Families? (Joel Beeke)

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God’s Word teaches us that Jesus Christ was ordained by God and anointed by the Spirit for His work as prophet, priest, and king of His people. Those who are in union with Him share His offices in a limited but important way.

Joel Beeke explains how husbands and fathers should lead their families as prophets, priests, and kings.

Filled with biblical wisdom and practical application, How Should Men Lead Their Families? is a helpful guide for a man who desires to bear the image of the Father of glory and of the heavenly Husband as he leads, teaches, loves, evangelizes, and protects his wife and children.

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How Should Men Lead Their Families?

God’s Word teaches us that Jesus Christ was ordained by God and anointed by the Spirit for His work as prophet, priest, and king of His people. Those who are in union with Him share His offices in a limited but important way.

Joel Beeke explains how husbands and fathers should lead their families as prophets, priests, and kings.

Filled with biblical wisdom and practical application, How Should Men Lead Their Families? is a helpful guide. Every man who desires to bear the image of the Father of glory and of the heavenly Husband as he leads, teaches, loves, evangelizes, and protects his wife and children will find help here.

About the Author

Joel R. Beeke is president of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary and a pastor of the Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregation in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is the author of numerous books, including his most recent, Knowing and Growing in Assurance of Faith.  Among his most famous are Meet the Puritans and Puritan Reformed Spirituality.

Endorsement

“This booklet is a masterpiece. Joel Beeke not only provides sound biblical teaching about being a father, he also gives us a simple and practical framework for reminding us of our calling: prophet, priest, and king. Each of these perspectives on fatherhood is opened up and applied with clarity. If you want to understand fatherhood and its primary responsibilities from a biblical perspective, read this booklet, then share it with someone else.”
— Tedd Tripp, senior pastor of Grace Fellowship Church, Hazleton, Pennsylvania, author of Shepherding a Child’s Heart 

Contents

  • Office Bearers by Union with Christ
  • Prophet in the Home
  • Priest in the Home
  • King in the Home
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