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Lucado, a pastor and the award-winning author of the bestselling Tell Me the Story and He Still Moves Stones , among others, has here composed a series of short stories for those who, he says, might not realize "that God has written their true name upon His hand." Allegories, the retelling of Bible stories (i.e., Moses becomes an office janitor to whom God speaks through a mop bucket) and even Lucado's own journeys are used to show God's grace and holiness and to hold out hope in the midst of life. Lucado is blessed with the gift of storytelling. And sometimes that gift shines in these short stories; at other times, however, the successful storyteller seems instead to be riding on his own coattails and merely employing an easy formula.
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More than 120 million readers have been inspired by the words of Max Lucado. He lives with his wife, Denalyn, and their mischievous mutt, Andy, in San Antonio, Texas, where he serves the people of Oak Hills Church.
Max is a Master story teller in a way the resonates with them. It sticks, great lessons for those who are serious about learning more about God's promises.Published 14 months ago by PatCurrie
So true and so practical. Love this author, I never took the time to read it before I guess it was for now. So glad I did!Published 15 months ago by Andrée Clément
This is by far my favorite Max book. It is so well written and true to the word. Worth the read!Published 17 months ago by Skid
I read this book in a very important time of need and it filled my heart. I have recommended it to many of my friends and family.Published on July 9 2002
Yet another beautifully written, spirit-filled, touching book by Max Lucado. This one is great, the very personal, very intimate touch of God that is upon each of us could be such... Read morePublished on June 27 2002 by Amy
This book was given to me durimg a period of dryness and difficulty.With gentilness it brought me back on into an open space .Published on Feb. 9 2002