Monday, April 18, 2011

Author Max Lucado has done it again. The author of books such as Facing Your Giants and Outlive Your Life has captivated audiences again with his new book, Max on Life. Max Lucado takes the time to answer questions that cover an array of topics. Questions about heaven, death, guilt, and many other things about which we often wonder. How do I overcome grief after losing a child? How can I seek the right mate? What is the purpose of worship? Max Lucado answers each question in his very personable, easy to understand way. This author has always been able to paint a picture with his words, and this book is no different. He uses scripture to address these very tough questions. The topical index and Scripture references found in the back of the book are also very useful in finding the information you are looking for.
After reading this book, you will want to read it again. And again. It is the encouragement for the weary heart or the downtrodden soul that needs a word of peace and understanding when facing difficult situations. The questions were asked, and Max Lucado responded. This is an easy read that anyone would enjoy.
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1 comment:

  1. Max Lucado is known for his encouraging books, and this book is no exception. Here, he studies King David, both the good and the bad, to show us how to face the giants in our lives.
    The ultimate lesson is simple, when your focus is on God, giants fall. Yet he uses stories from first and second Samuel, both the good and the bad, to show us how this played out in David's life.