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Prone to Love
Prone to Love by Jason Clark


 
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Author: Jason Clark
Format: Paperback
Length: 219 Pages
Published: 2014

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If you have been around Christian circles long enough, you have heard the phrase, “child of God.” As believers, we use language like this all the time describing our relationship with the Father – but do we really know what it means?

What if we actually lived out of the relationship and reality we talked, preached, and sung about? Easy. We would change the world.

The roadblock preventing us from stepping into our identities as sons and daughters of God is not lack of discipline, resources, or creative ideas. We have all of this . . .
What’s missing? To discover who you are, first, you must know Who the Father is and what He’s like.


Table of Contents:

Foreword
Prologue
Chapter 1: I Don’t Want to Be Desperate for God
Chapter 2: A Good Storm
Chapter 3: Bigger than the Future
Chapter 4: Look UP and Let Go
Chapter 5: The Good Father
Chapter 6: The Mexican Hamburger
Chapter 7: The Oscillating God
Chapter 8: The Right Question
Chapter 9: Prone to Love
Chapter 10: Living on the Lam
Chapter 11: Sin
Chapter 12: Well Done
Epilogue


Endorsements:

Has anyone told you that your identity and value is not found in your belief system? Or that identity trumps behavior when you miss the mark? Drawing upon a colorful kaleidoscope of personal stories, Prone to Love is thoughtful, hilarious, and revelatory. It beckons us to see Christ unconditionally, more fully resident every day, than we may have before.
Through his reflections Jason takes us below the surface of is premise that love trumps need to discover what we each really need, in fact, only need, to become more sure in our Father’s love. Becoming sure in the Father’s love is the life-quest Jason has set himself on. He believes the destiny of each of us is to start and end well. He is utterly confident that the whole purpose for each of us is to know that God is love, His love is always good, and that we exist to become sure. Prone to Love carves a path of discovering the beauty and the power of that certainty.
Bonnie Chavda, Founder and Pastor of All Nations Church and The Watch of the Lord

There are many truths and experiences that will change our lives, but there is no truth or experience that will alter us as deeply as knowing God, the Father. It anchors identity, promises intimacy, and guarantees destiny. Equally relevant are the journeys and stories that bring us face to face with knowing the Father. In Prone to Love, Jason Clark does a wonderful job of unmasking the false self while unveiling an extravagant Father. His experiences and ruminations are delightful, stimulating and challenging. I loved the fact that I found myself in many of his stories. This book is a great asset to anyone who is serious about living His Kingdom everywhere.
Bill Bennot, Pastor of Journey of Grace in Cape Town, South Africa

Prone to Love dares to suggest that the current relationship status between God and us is way, way better than we could dare to imagine. I believe that Jason’s words in this book are groundbreaking and ahead of their time, and yet for many of us, right on time. As you read Prone to Love, your theology may be challenged, the way you view God may be shaken, and the way you look at yourself may be changed for the rest of your life. Let it be so!
Andy Squyres, Singer/Songwriter


About the Author:


Jason Clark is a singer/songwriter, an author, a speaker, and a pastor. Jason’s passion is to know the love of God more each day. He lives to see a generation step into their identity as sons and daughters of the King and establish His Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.