Escogio Los Clavos / He Chose The Nails
- Caribe/Betania Editores
- Publication Date:
- 01 May 2001
- Christian Theology
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Belief and faith in God are two things that guide many along the righteous path. The scriptures show us that anything is possible; we only need to believe. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. It’s hard, sometimes, to believe in something we can’t see, to place our trust in someone we’ve never truly met, but that’s what faith is about, isn’t it? To love God whole-heartedly and place our lives, our trust, and our beliefs within his hands.Using aspects of his own life to show us what the grace of God has done for him, Max Lucado is able to broaden the reader’s understanding of what having faith in Him is like. He breaks things down so that anyone of any age can find significance with the passages he writes. Embedded throughout the book are lessons he’s learned along the way, lessons meant to enrich and fulfill the life he’s lead. With each stroke of the pen, he allows us to understand the sacrifice that our beloved God has made in order for us to life a fulfilling and righteous life.The book is quite thought-provoking and the meaning behind Max’s analogies strike deep within one’s soul. This book will definitely give the reader a thorough understanding of what Jesus Christ went through in order to cleanse of us of our sins. I truly recommend this book for reading and enjoyed reading it very much.
I enjoyed this book had a hard time putting it down bought a few more copy for friends and family so they also could enjoy this book.Max Lucado is a very clever voice when he writes i felt intrenched by his words.I wanted to know more to read the book faster and faster than probably humanly possible.I felt that I was more aware of Jesus who he was and what he stood for not that I had no knowledge before but know it was engrained in my soul. I feel like a better person for having this knowledge a better christian for reading it now I never hesitate to pick up one of Max Lucado 's book I fell in love with the way he writes the way he opened up my imagination and lead me willingly to the knowledge i was seeking 5 thumbs up love love this book have read it more than once.
In his usual visual and descriptive prose Lucado uses the objects associated with the cruxifiction as springboards for a series of devotional essays. God's love and Christ's suffering offer a lot of inspiration for the Christian life.
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