In this compelling book, best-selling author and minister Max Lucado brings good news that will both comfort and challenge you. Drawing examples of Jesus' life straight from the Bible, he takes a fresh look at Christianity to help you gain a richer, more accessible relationship with God. The author reveals that God loves you just the way you are-even if you always have a sour outlook or are consumed with worry. But you don't have to stay that way. God wants to give you a heart full of compassion, forgiveness, honesty, and faith-just like Jesus. But how does change occur, and why does it seem so slow? The author's clear prose answers the questions you have been asking about God's wonderful transforming power.
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"Max Lucado, a popular evangelical author and minister, presents a broad (and somewhat shallow) discussion of the sanctification of the saints--that is, how the Christian is to live in this life and, over time, become "just like Jesus." The author uses a format of questions and illustrative examples to engage the audience. This gives the presentation the feel of a lecture and discussion in book form. Brian Keeler has an expressive voice that dus well in performing this work. He adroitly presents the text in a clear, soft voice. M.T.F. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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