Saturday, June 11, 2011

"MAX ON LIFE" by Max Lucado

We all have the most challenging questions, genuine, extremely important questions that cannot be ignored, questions that defy answers. A curved question mark quite aptly highlights all our baffling questions, doesn't it? When our questions finally find the all-elusive answers, the question mark mysteriously straightens up and stands confidently on its own with a bold exclamation point!

In "Max on Life," Max Lucado gives valuable answers and insights into the some of the most important questions in life, embracing and encompassing a wide variety of subjects and topics ranging from God, heaven, hell, hope, grace, prayer and scripture to conflicts, calamities and how to deal with hurts, disappointments and disagreements.

As Max elaborates in the special Addendum - "The Write Stuff" - "good words are worth the work. Well-written words can change a life... written words go to places you'll never go... and descend to depths you'll never know." Max lives out the message in his own life before he writes it in his books. His life is his first draft. He lives with integrity and writes with crystal-clear clarity. His inspired writing reflects his swift thinking. For Max, writing a book is a noble and valued task, a worthwhile and holy work. He exhorts his readers to pick up the pens the apostles left behind and write for the soul, giving birth to new eras.

© Miriam Jacob

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