Praying the Promises: Anchor Your Life to Unshakable HopeMax Lucado, Andrea LucadoThomas Nelson / 2018 / Hardcover$3.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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TZZZDecatur, AlabamaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Praying the PromisesJune 25, 2019TZZZDecatur, AlabamaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Always appreciate Max's insight in presenting The Word
CLB5 Stars Out Of 5A very good authorJune 10, 2019CLBI have a few books by Max Lucado and have enjoyed what I have read so far.
GHott5 Stars Out Of 5Great to keep or share!October 5, 2018GHottQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I immediately loved the look and feel of the book. It's eye-catching yet has a peaceful quality. It's well bound on beautiful paper with reminders and passages that speak to your heart, even if they're printed a bit small . :)
Every evening I spent time in this dear book, and created images for each of the promises it shared that will grace the background of my PC & keep me focused on HIM as I work. The mix of promises and application is a wonderful daily exercise that I'll be thrilled to read again and again.
I loved reading Praying the Promises: Anchor Your Life to Unshakable Hope and can't wait to share it with others!
Mark5 Stars Out Of 5well written...would make a great 30-day devotionalOctober 2, 2018MarkQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The cover of this book caught my eye. I like lighthouses, and I also like Max Lucado's writing. I figured it had to be good.
This is not a Bible promise book full of promises from the Bible, though there are a lot of those in the book. It is more like a devotional. There are 30 chapters. Each one starts with a page that has the title of the chapter, followed by a promise from the Bible. The second page has the Unshakable Hope section, which is thoughts on promises in the Bible. The third page has a few promises, followed by a page with a prayer about promises. The chapter ends with the "I am" section, which is a statement of what we are as Christians.
Throughout the book are pages with lighthouses and anchors in the background, making a very attractive book with its reds and whites.
Lucado and his daughter did a great job on the book. The promises they picked out are varied and relative to today. The Unshakable Hope sections are very well written, interesting, and helpful. The prayers are a very neat way of praying the promises, something most of us probably don't do enough of....if at all. And the reminders of what we are in Christ are very encouraging.
This book could be read several chapters at once, but I would recommend going through it a chapter a day, and using it as a 30 day devotional.
EmilyRib Lake, WIAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Short Writings About Various Faith Issues - My Review of Praying the PromisesSeptember 19, 2018EmilyRib Lake, WIAge: 25-34Gender: femalePublished by: Thomas Nelson
Written by: Max Lucado and Andrea Lucado
I have enjoyed various books from Max Lucado through the years and I thought that this sounded like a good one.
Praying the Promises shares topics from the Bible, promises that God has made, and it helps us see how those topics affect our lives.
Who This Book is For:
This book is good for anyone looking to grow in their faith but it is also good for those who are struggling or those who have not come to believe in God yet.
What I liked:
I like how short each of the writings is. They are easy to get through.
I like how there is a lot of supporting scripture shared in this book.
The way that this book is written makes it interesting and easy to read.
What I didn't like:
There is nothing in particular that I didn't like about this book.
Overall, I like this book and think that many others will like it, too.
I give Praying the Promises 5 of 5 stars.
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