Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Out Live Your Life by Max Lucado Book Review

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  Another fine publication from Max Lucado, this book was made in conjunction with the teen version I reviewed last week. This book is no exception to the marvelous writings Max had already written. This was a thought provoking piece, that lets you know that God wants you to fulfill your purpose above and beyond not only in Heaven but here on Earth too. There is such heart ache in this world, but each of us has the choice and obligation to make a difference one day at a time. Our family recently sponsored a child from World Vision after reading this book, it is our chance to make a difference to a child and their family even across the globe from us, and that in turn caused us to sign up to host a World Vision House Party, and we were selected!! Now we can reach out to others and share our story and get others to help those that cannot help themselves. You do not have to be rich to help others, it gives my family a heart full of Love and Pride knowing we are helping others, and it is in response to this book and what it brought out of me while reading it. It gave me conviction when I needed it most. It refreshed in my mind that God loves me and set me on this Earth with a purpose even though we may not always know what that purpose is. If you are struggling with your purpose or just need to refresh your mind and spirit of what God had in store for you, you must read this book, it will change the way you think and change your life. We are all God's children and all have purpose and it is our duty to find that purpose and Max Lucado can help you find that purpose.

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