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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
A best-selling gift for graduates is updated and redesigned for a new generation.
The wise and warm sayings of one of America's favorite Christian authors are collected in this unique gift book to guide and encourage graduates on the next stage of their life journey. With plenty of inspiration for the bumps, turns, hills, and straight-aways, this devotional contains a presentation page, personal goal page, as well as pages for favorite verses, scripture poems and sayings, books and songs, and other interactive pages.
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.
Ruby AgnirWesley Chapel, FLAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5July 25, 2010Ruby AgnirWesley Chapel, FLAge: Over 65Gender: femaleAs with all Max Lucado books, this is not only inspirational but easy to read and comprehend. I ordered this book because our church is being reorganized into a new and independent Christian church. For us who are the leaders of the task force, we need all the inspiration we can get to do this challenging task of starting new beginnings well. It's amazing how Mr. Lucado can make ordinary thoughts extraordinary. May God continue to enable him to continue writing what the Holy Spirit wants him to do.
Terry Port1 Stars Out Of 5May 14, 2010Terry PortOrdered several for graduation gifts. Was disappointed and returned all of them. Contains excerpts from other books of the author and I would not call it a devotional. Is shallow in content. Each reading contains just a couple of paragraphs and little scripture. Does not provide enough spiritual substance to qualify in my estimation as a devotional. Returned them all and purchased "Don't Waste Your Life" by John Piper to give as gifts instead which isn't a devotional either but will be more substantive in content.