Come Back Home My Son; I Still Love YouGod loves you
Although God has given man everything he needs to live, He offers him the freedom ofchoice to remain with Him. often, man chooses his own way, rebels, practices a life ofindependence manifested in sin.This book illustrates the unlimited love of God, who rejects no one, who is ready to bringanyone who has rebelled against Him back to His best and in union with God the Father,Son and Holy Spirit.
Based on the story of the prodigal son who, having left his father, went to a far country with his share of the inheritance which he wasted in wild living and debauchery. Finally exposed to hunger and poverty, he came back to his senses and decided to return to his father, who welcomed him and restored him.
In this book, Z. T. Fomum clearly elucidates the thought of God. Although He has offered man everything he needs to live, He offers him the freedom to choose to stay with Him. Often a person chooses his way, rebels, practices a life of independence manifested by sin. While he is coping, things can only go from bad to worse. However, God in His mercy is ready to forgive, restore, and uplift anyone who confronts his error and decides to come back to Him.
This book illustrates the unlimited love of God, who rejects no one, who is ready to bring back anyone who has rebelled against Him, to his best and in union with God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
It’s a highly recommended book.