Royal Partners

Subtitle: Learning to Work with God

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Being a child of God can be confusing at times. Does serving Him mean doing only what He tells us, or do we have authority to act on our own? If we’re doing His will, should we expect Him to do everything for us? Why should we ask for His will to be done on earth or say “Amen” to His promises? Why would He be interested in our thoughts and desires?

This book addresses these questions and many more by examining the nature of our relationship with God. He is pleased to grant us privileges, responsibilities and authority as members of His family, allow us to conduct His business and even influence His decisions. We’re to reign on earth and have a cooperative, interdependent relationship with our heavenly Father. Only then can we be Royal Partners with Him, work beyond our ability and produce extraordinary results.

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Contents

  • The Dilemma
  • God’s Design
  • God’s Intent
  • God’s Strategy
  • Cooperative, Interdependent Relationship
  • Restful Work Habits
  • Extraordinary Results
  • Why We Have Authority Over Our Earthly Domains

Product Formats

  • paperback, 6″x9″, 200 pages
  • ebook

Book Discussion and Study Resources

  • Book Discussion Guide. This guide is designed for facilitators of a discussion group. It examines excerpts from each chapter of “Royal Partners,” recommends asking for comments or questions relevant to those excerpts and suggests alternate questions to encourage participation. (PDF, 42 pages)
  • Scripture Text. This resource lists the text for each of the scriptures cited in the 450+ endnotes of “Royal Partners,” except a few omitted due to length. This facilitates personal study and can be invaluable in a book discussion group. (PDF, 65 pages)

Book Reviews

Book testimonial by Martin Roth, Australian journalist and author

Amazon ratings and reviews

Ebook Readers’ Highlights

  • “His goal is to keep maturing us so we become increasingly like Him and keep moving toward our life purpose.”
  • “The goal is to develop a restful attitude and absolutely reject anxiety in any form. We can achieve that goal by living according to God’s Word, tenaciously applying what He shows us and not tolerating old behavior.”
  • “Fear is negative faith, a negative imagination, and it causes us to believe that something negative will happen in the future.”
  • “Regardless of what we think, we have authority over demons, disease, the physical world and everything in it, and we exercise that authority by acting or speaking. Simply believing isn’t enough; it’s what we do that produces the results. Our speech commands the circumstances, translating spiritual power into our domains.”
  • “Instead of being passive and thinking we have no value other than our availability, we must first recognize the value of the gifts, abilities and potential He placed within each of us. Then we must actively, even aggressively, use what He has given us to perform the tasks He prepared for us.”
  • “Biblical rest isn’t always a cessation of activity, but it’s definitely a calmness, an assurance that everything will conform to Father’s purpose.”

Introduction to the Book

As Christians, we can be more than ordinary people having occasional experiences with God. We don’t need to consider Him our last resort and turn to Him only after everything else has failed. When we examine what the Bible says about our relationship with Him, we discover He wants to do more than solve our problems, supply our needs or heal our hurts. Not content with being our support staff, He longs to be actively engaged in everything we do.

In this book, we’ll explore some aspects of the dynamic and life-altering relationship we have with our heavenly Father. We’ll discover He’s restoring the authority mankind lost through Adam’s original sin and that an important aspect of our becoming Christlike is being able to use that authority as He intends. It may surprise us to discover how He honors that authority and how it governs His interactions with us.

As we learn to work cooperatively with Him, we’ll radically alter our work habits because we’ll learn to rely on Him for the desired results. More than that, we’ll begin anticipating results that only He can produce, extraordinary results by human standards. By faithfully doing our part and relying on Him to do His, we become Royal Partners with God.

6 Responses to Royal Partners

  • Abigail Forrest says:

    This sounds very similar to what God has been teaching me in the last few weeks. I pray you will be successful in exactly what God is doing in your life….and unimaginable blessing will follow. Sounds like a book I would buy and read.

  • Tom says:

    I just finished “Royal Partners” and I’m blown away with the greatness of this book. After hearing me talk about how great it is day after day my wife bought the Kindle version and on her first reading said thanks for recommending the book. I am 68 years old and have been retired for 9 years but being bored stiff I will be starting a business within a couple of months, in fact leaving next week for training. I saw your book on Charisma newsletters and I believe the Holy Spirit prompted me to read the free material on Amazon and I couldn’t get enough. I purchased the book and I know this is going to greatly improve my walk with God. It also alleviates all my fears and concerns of starting a business at 68 years old. My wife and I will do our part, work and walk in Gods will and He will do his part, which I already knew but through your book I can see clearly how it all comes together. God Bless you and thank you for a great book, you have made a big difference in our lives.

  • Sandra McLaughlin says:

    When I saw that you are 68 and going to start a business, I was, well, for lack of a better term, relieved. I’ll turn 60 in June and have grappled with “Am I too old to start something new”? Apparently I’m at a great age to start something new! Your book may be what I need to get started.

    • Larry Fox says:

      Sandra,
      That was one of my readers, who was starting a business at 68. It’s never too late to “begin” what God leads you to do, because ultimately our part is being faithful and God’s part is making things happen. More than that, God often chooses people who feel or are viewed by others as unqualified, because then He will receive the glory when it succeeds, as He should.

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