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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

REVIEW You can be Everything God Wants you to be By Max Lucardo

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I was given the honor of reviewing the book "You can be Everything God wants you to be" by Max Lucado
and I want to start off by saying this little book packs a might punch to what you may think is your purpose on God's Earth. Have you ever wondered why you were placed here by God. What you really are supposed to be doing. Are you in the right career path, are you comfortable in your surroundings, is your family all that you had hoped for??  You really get to thinking what your true purpose is while reading this little book. It is a gift book so you may want to pick one up for yourself as well as give a copy to someone who may Need or Appreciate this thought provoking piece of reading material. I know I will be picking up an extra copy for my nephew who is graduating this coming June. I think everyone needs to truly know what their purpose in life is, and to find out where they truly fit in this journey we call life and I believe this is just the book to accomplish that. This book will be available at a retailer near you or online for a SRP of $14.99 which is a great price for a hardcovered gift book of this nature.
Here is a sample of a chapter from this book



At this very moment in another section of the church

building in which I write, little kids explore their tools.

Preschool classrooms may sound like a cacophony to you and

me, but God hears a symphony.

A five-year-old sits at a crayon-strewn table. He seldom

talks. Classmates have long since set aside their papers, but he

ponders his. The colors compel him. He marvels at the gallery

of kelly green and navy blue and royal purple. Masterpiece

in hand, he’ll race to Mom and Dad, eager to show them his

kindergarten Picasso.

His sister, however, forgets her drawing. She won’t consume

the home commute with tales of painted pictures. She’ll tell

tales of tales. “The teacher told us a new story today!” And the

girl will need no prodding to repeat it.

Another boy cares less about the story and the drawings and

more about the other kids. He spends the day wearing a “Hey,

listen to me!” expression, lingering at the front of the class,

testing the patience of the teacher. He relishes attention, evokes

reactions. His theme seems to be “Do it this way. Come with

me. Let’s try this.”

Find Your

And to one he gave five talents,

to another two,

and to another one,

to each according

to his own ability.

Matthew 25:25

Uniqueness


Thomas Nelson has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book for reviewing purposes, I was not compensated in any other way for my thoughts and the opinions expressed in this review are my own thoughts and words.

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