Category Archives: Lucado

Super Size Me …there’s a trash can near by

“…the book of Acts, unlike other New Testament books, has no conclusion. That’s because the work has not been finished.” –Max Lucado Is it possible that God has made the necessary provision to alter the course of human suffering? We could … Continue reading

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The Shadow of a Doubt by Max Lucado

Sunday mornings. I awake early, long before the family stirs, the sunrise flickers, or the paper plops on the driveway. Let the rest of the world sleep in. I don’t. Sunday’s my big day, the day I stand before a … Continue reading

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Are They Really Worth the Effort?

“If you knew that only a few would care that you came, would you still come? If you knew that those you loved would laugh in your face, would you still care? If you knew that the tongues you made … Continue reading

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Does Your Llama Spit? Hey! That Was You!

‘God says, “You wonder how long my love will last? Find your answer on a splintered cross, on a craggy hill. That’s Me you see up there, your Maker, your God, nail-stabbed and bleeding. Covered in spit and sin-soaked. That’s … Continue reading

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Second Chances by Max Lucado

“It was small enough to overlook. Only two words. I know I’d read that passage a hundred times. But I’d never seen it.” “But I won’t miss it again. It’s highlighted in yellow and underlined in red. You might want … Continue reading

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