Review of My Inheritance: The Biblical Study of the Priesthood of Believers

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[Following is an official review of "My Inheritance: The Biblical Study of the Priesthood of Believers" by Tammy Jacko.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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My Inheritance: The Biblical Study of the Priesthood of Believers by Tammy Jacko comprehensively teaches about the relationship between Jesus and believers. The book shows the events surrounding the Old Testament and New Testament tabernacles’ way of carrying out religious practices and communing with God, including the differences and changes that the coming of Christ brings. It shows through biblical references how every believer has an inheritance guaranteed, provided that they keep to the teachings of the Bible without falsifying or changing what it says. It also put forward that every believer has some priestly role similar to the worldly priesthood. The book teaches us the benefits of the believer-priest over believers of the Old Testament. 
I like how in-depth this book is; it explains and highlights concepts that aren’t commonly known or even preached in churches. One could see from each page and section the amount of research and references put together to make this book, and I admire that. Religion, especially Christianity, doesn’t change to accommodate individuals. Christianity is perfect, and this book explains that. I could see how the writer didn’t conform to the modern culture of altering the word of God to fit certain agendas. To add, the diagrams included in describing the tabernacle really made me have a clearer understanding. My Inheritance: The Biblical Study of the Priesthood of Believers in its entirety is an outstanding book packed with key revelations and insights. 
I found one grammatical error in the book, so it was professionally edited, but one thing I wished for was that some references, especially the ones that contain just a short text from the Bible, would have just been written out instead of making readers go all the way over to the Bible to search for them. I would have also wished that answers to each question at the end of each lesson were provided for accurate assessment. 
I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars rating. I didn't remove a star because the negative point is minuscule to warrant that. How each week’s lesson ended with questions, reviews, and notes was a perfect example of the writer's intentions to ensure readers understood the topics and were being carried along. This book deserves a perfect rating because it speaks the truth and promotes accurate, though in some cases debatable, teachings of the Bible. 
I would recommend this book to Christian readers of all ages who would wish to grow in Christ, including anyone interested in learning more about different aspects of Christianity, probably from a secular standpoint. Minor references were made to other religions like Islam, for example, and reading this book shows the contrast between Christianity and the others. 

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This is a book I am eager to read because I did not think it existed. Your review made me discover it, and I thank you for that! Also, I like how you summarize this book and discuss its main features. Keep up the good work!
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Post by ElinaT »

Sounds like this book offers a refreshing perspective on the most important relationship between Jesus and believers. Even great are the benefits for the believers. Thanks for a great review!
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Post by Oluchi23 »

Sincerely i must read this any moment from now as the book speaks rema. Thank you for your wonderful review. I suggest that every christian should read and learn
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