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He Still Moves Stones

He Still Moves Stones These are not just Sunday school stories Not romanctic fables Not somewhere over the rainbow illusions They are historic moments in which a real God met real pain to we could answer the question Wher

  • Title: He Still Moves Stones
  • Author: Max Lucado
  • ISBN: 9780849908644
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover
  • These are not just Sunday school stories Not romanctic fables Not somewhere over the rainbow illusions They are historic moments in which a real God met real pain to we could answer the question, Where is God when I hurt

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    1. Life according to Max Lucado can be made so much better by allowing Jesus to meet your needs. He documents problems which others have conquered while leaning on the Lord. Max's writing is concise, well-stated and documented if you are a believer.If you aren't, he promises to show you a better way to tangle with the weird ways the world challenges us and drives people to despair. He does what he says. The book reads like a conversation with a true friend. Max has answers to questions you didn't k [...]

    2. Lucado takes stories we think we know from Scripture and draws us deeper in, showing us the broken, weary people Jesus works through are just like me and you. Highly recommended for anyone going through a tough time in their life. Favorite quotes: "We have to move beyond the naive expectation that if we do good, people will treat us right. The fact is they may and they may not - we cannot control how people respond to us." "[Satan] didn't take Martha out of the kitchen; he took away her purpose [...]

    3. Max Lucado is inspiring and inventive in his efforts to renew the faith of his readers. This book offers the stories of the ultimately downtrodden and seemingly unforgivable. It is this exact collection of stories which offers the unpredictable outcome of forgiveness and mercy, not only from God, but among family and community as well. These are stories which couldn’t possibly offer potential or healing, and yet each of these current testimonials, coupled with related Scripture, do just that. [...]

    4. This is the type of book that one needs to keep and reread from time to time. It seems we get so wrapped up in our day to day lives that we forget the source of our good fortune and reason that we are blessed. We forget that simply because we do not have what social media says we should have, nevertheless, we have more that we need if we seek to listen for God's words and to remember what He sent Jesus to do to remind us that through God anything is possible and that sometimes he puts up road bl [...]

    5. ~ ”Christ still sends message to the unworthy. And He still uses the unworthy as messengers.After all, look who‘s reading this book. And look who wrote it.” (Lucado is AMAZING!!!) ~ ”Faith is not the belief that God will do what you want. Faith is the belief that God will do what is right.”~ ”The God who spoke still speaks. The God who forgave still forgives. The God who came still comes. He comes into our world. He comes into your world. He comes into your world. He comes to do what [...]

    6. What a great book. This book really hits home with issues that each of us face throughout our life. It explains how to overcome those issues and best cope with life. I always enjoy reading Max Lucado and gain such vast knowledge from his writing. He is a truly inspired writer.

    7. A very inspiring and thought provoking book. Max is a great author. His books read as if he is sitting around a campfire telling a story.

    8. Max once again is masterful at painting such great illustrations with his writing. He is so gifted in that area.

    9. I read this book while recovering from a miscarriage. Max Lucado makes the Gospel so easy to understand and powerful. Everyone should read at least one of his books. They are easy to read.

    10. Got this one as a gift from my Grandma. I love how Lucado breaks down truths into bits that get at your whole being. Especially true for me as a Dad to two little boysDESPERATE DADS GO TO JESUSJairus is the leader of the synagogue. That may not mean much to you and me, but in the days of Christ, the leader of the synagogue was the most important man in the community. The synagogue was the center of religion, education, leadership, and social activity. The leader of the synagogue was the senior r [...]

    11. Thank you Max Lucado – I needed that! A stroll through stories in the Bible of hurting people & their God, my God, who “moved stones” then, now & forevermore!Hebrews 10:35-36 (NIV)35 So do not throw away your confidence; it will be richly rewarded.36 You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised.p 67 Faith = “A conviction that He can & a hope that He will.”p 68 “Faith is not the belief that God will do what you wan [...]

    12. This book was amazing and very inspirational. I love every book by Max Lucado. I have never picked up one I didn't enjoy or that I could not relate to in some way. This one had a few spots that were kind of slow and that didn't really connect to me and my life but I am sure there is someone somewhere that has read this book and needed to hear what was written there. I wish everyone would read a book like this. It is very encouraging and great for Christians who need a refresher and to bring thei [...]

    13. Max Lucado, brings to life in simple terms the obsticles and emotions that we suffer with that block us from receiving the bounty of God's Love and grace. He writes storys that resonate with our own lives, and the answers are there for you to follow. This is not doctrinal theology, but a heartfelt attempt at putting God within our reach.I have never been disappointed with a Lucado book. His amazing love and willingness to help, virtually leaps of the pages.God still moves stones and max inspires [...]

    14. One of my high school teachers gave this to me as I was going through one of the darkest periods in my life. I read it over and over again, clinging to the hope Max Lucado breathed into those pages and weeping for the faith I knew I was losing. Lucado has a particular style that can be difficult to read, but if you're willing to let yourself go and hear what he has to say, it's more than worth your time.

    15. Thought provoking.This book is a good read. It deals with a study of writing style of the bible and ask questions that . makes you examine why you think as you do. Is this the way you really think or the way you think you should think. Are you self serving or serving others. It is a good study of the writings I. the bible. If you under take this reading it could take some time and beneficial.

    16. Encouraging and full of truthThis book was an enormous encouragement to me right after I lost my hearing and the life I had known up until that point. I was desperate for physical healing but this book showed me the healing I really needed, and that was spiritual healing. Lots of great stories from Scripture to point you to the Truth!

    17. Lucado makes the miracles of the Bible come alive in such a way that it is easy to apply the truths to our daily life. Our daughter was sick for 2 1/2 years, the doctors were out of ideas for us, and all we could do was cling to God. When you're up against a wall and all you can do is pray for a miracle, this book will remind you that God is enough.

    18. I liked this book for two reasons: each chapter talked about miracles Jesus performed in the Bible, so it was a nice refresher course for me of stories in the Bible (plus a few stories I had never heard.) The other is that the author then makes the stories relevant to modern day and the issues or problems a person might be facing.

    19. I thought that this was an okay book. I didn't find it to be very profound and didn't learn anything new from it. I personally didn't think that this was one of his best books. I highly recommend "Fearless" and "Facing Your Giants" instead.

    20. Such a good book and the timing could not have been better. This was recommended by a friend and really helped me reframe my perspective about God's role and presence in some things I was dealing with.

    21. My first book by Lucado. I found it during a trip to Egypt and it was speaking to me in a tough situation. I like the way Lucado uses stories to explain spiritual truth and does it in such a down to earth way. It both made me laugh, think and grow closer to God.

    22. I love the Way Max Lucado writes: easy enough for a middle-schooler to understand, but with enough depth to reach a person of any age. He gently shepherds readers toward a better path of understanding Jesus.

    23. Lucado illuminates how amasing our God is through this work He Still Moves Stones. If you were ever in doubt of God's awesomeness and grace, then this is the book for you. He still moves stones and He will always intercede on your behalf.

    24. Classic Max Lucado. Beautiful vignettes from the life of Christ made relevant to today with a challenge to paint one's own vignette based on their journey with the Lord. Twenty-one easy-to-read chapters with a study guide at the end. Excellent!

    25. A wonderful book!A great reminder that God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow!!!! I highly recommend this book; Max Lucado has such a wonderful way of painting a picture and it's hard to stop reading once you start.

    26. Max Lucado is always a good read. This book talks about the miracles of Jesus and how the people that he helped then are just like us today. He always has a new twist that you hadn't considered when looking at a familiar story.

    27. Lucado once again inspires with his unique descriptive language. He takes the topic of God's power and puts it in a simple, yet eloquent manner. I recommend the book for spiritual inspiration and food for the soul.

    28. This book I read twenty years ago, I even found my side notes in my book from my previous reading. The author writes as though he were at the table chatting with you. The message is brought across in a fresh viewpoint. I was glad to have reread it. Very appropriate for this season.

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