He Still Moves Stones

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Does god care when i hurt?"on every page of this powerfully moving book, New York Times best-selling author Max Lucado reminds us that the God who spoke to Moses at the burning bush still speaks to you today. A five-time divorcée. A father at the end of his rope. Why are these portraits in the Bible? So we can look back in amazement at what Jesus did? No.

. The bible is absolutely full of them. They are historic moments in which a real God met real pain so we could answer the question. The god who helped men and women in ages past still comes into your world, and he comes to do what you can't, to move the stone away so you can see his answer. People with questions.

He Still Moves Stones #ad - . A wild man in a cemetery. A grieving sister. The god who forgave King David still offers you forgiveness. A despondent cripple. A crook on a cross. These aren't just Sunday school stories.

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When God Whispers Your Name

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Some are drawn from everyday life. And he is calling you by name. Maybe that's hard to believe. And the story of a God who speaks into your situation. So listen closely as you turn these pages. And learn to hope again. Tenderly. Or discouraged -- just like you may be. Or weary. Listen for the father's gentle whisper that can erase your doubt, your sorrow, your weariness, your despair.

It really is your name that you hear, and the Voice that calls is more loving that your ever dared dream. Patiently but persistently. Let these stories remind you of the God who knows your name. Some of the stories are from the Bible. If you let them, they will tell the story of your life. God is whispering your name.

When God Whispers Your Name #ad - Somewhere, between the pages of this book and the pages of your heart, God is speaking. Listen. In the bible and in the circumstances of your life, He whispers your name lovingly. Maybe you just can't imagine that the One who made it all thinks of you that personally -- that He keeps your name on His heart and lips.

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Facing Your Giants: God Still Does the Impossible

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Thomas Nelson #ad - He fell as often as he stood, stumbled as often as he conquered. You recognize his walk, the thunder of his voice. He taunts you with bills you can't pay, habits you can't break, people you can't please, failures you can't forget, and a future you can't face. You could read his story and wonder what God saw in him.

But just like david, the best equipped, the smartest, even if you aren't the strongest, you can face your giant, of the holiest. David. Thomas Nelson Publishers. His life has little to offer the unstained, straight-A saint. You know your Goliath. The same god who helped him will help you. But for those who know the sound of Goliath, David gives this reminder:Focus on giants -- you stumble; focus on God -- your giants tumble.

Facing Your Giants: God Still Does the Impossible #ad - If you're ready to face your giants, let his story inspire you.

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In the Eye of the Storm

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Lucado has interwoven their accounts in such a way that you will be assured that God knows how you feel. And you will be assured that within every torrent there is a calm center -- a place you can stand when your world gets windy. Author max lucado calls it "the second most stressful day in the life of our Savior.

Before the morning becomes evening Jesus has reason to weep, then shout, the curse, then run, then praise, then doubt. The world that had been serene is now stormy. Pummeled by demands. If you've ever wondered if god in heaven can relate to you on earth, then read and re-read this pressure-packed day in the life of Christ.

In the Eye of the Storm #ad - The eye of the Storm. Thomas Nelson Publishers. The divorce papers arrive. Assailed by doubts. The doctor calls. One day in the life of Christ. Call it a tapestry of turmoil: A noisy pictorial in which the golden threads of triumph knot against the black, frazzled strings of tragedy. Call it a symphony of emotions: A sunrise-to-sunset orchestration of extremes.

One score is brassy with exuberance -- the next moans with sorrow.

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You'll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times

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Thomas Nelson #ad - You’ll get through this. It won’t be painless. It won’t be quick. But god will use this mess for good. Don’t be foolish or naïve. But don’t despair either. With god’s help, you’ll get through this. You fear you won't make it through. It wasn't for joseph tossed in a pit by his brothers, sold into slavery, wrongfully imprisoned, forgotten and dismissed but his Old Testament story is in the Bible for this reason: to teach us to trust God to trump evil.

With the compassion of a pastor, the heart of a storyteller, and the joy of one who has seen what God can do, Max explores the story of Joseph and the truth of Genesis 50:20. What satan intends for evil, God redeems for good. In the pits, surrounded by steep walls and aching reminders, pastor and New York Times best selling author, we wonder: Will this gray sky ever brighten? This load ever lighten?In You'll Get Through This, Max Lucado offers sweet assurance.

You'll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times #ad - We all do. We fear that the depression will never lift, the yelling will never stop, the pain will never leave. Thomas Nelson Publishers. Deliverance is to the Bible what jazz music is to Mardi Gras: bold, brassy, and everywhere. Max reminds readers God doesn't promise that getting through trials will be quick or painless.

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Traveling Light

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Wouldn't it be nice to lose some of those bags?That's the invitation of Max Lucado. Worry. Eyelids droop. We've all seen people like that. At times, we are people like that -- if not with our physical luggage, then at least with our spiritual load. We all lug loads we were never intended to carry. Discontent. May god use this psalm to remind you to release the burdens you were never meant to bear.

No wonder we get so weary. Fear. You've seen them -- everything they own crammed into their luggage. Staggering through terminals and hotel lobbies with overstuffed suitcases, trunks, duffels, and backpacks. Backs ache. Great product! Feet burn. Weary travelers. Thomas Nelson Publishers. With the twenty-third psalm as our guide, let's release some of the burdens we were never intended to bear.

Traveling Light #ad - Using these verses as a guide, Max Lucado walks us through a helpful inventory of our burdens. We're worn out from carrying that excess baggage.

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God Will Use This for Good: Surviving the Mess of Life

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Thomas Nelson Inc #ad - Great product! In the mean time don’t become bitter or angry. Whatever mess you face, God will use it for good. Trust in God. Do what Joseph did. Thomas Nelson Publishers. He was tossed in a pit, wrongfully imprisoned, forgotten and dismissed. He did for Joseph, and he will for you. But joseph’s story contains an audacious promise.

Just look at Joseph. Life is messy. You probably remember the Old Testament story.

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Fearless

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Oversized and rude, fear herds us into a prison of unlocked doors. Fear, it seems, has taken up a hundred-year lease on the building next door and set up shop. The plague of our day, terrorism, begins with the word terror. What if faith, just one day, or doubt, what would remain? envision a day, was your default reaction to threats? If you could hover a fear magnet over your heart and extract every last shaving of dread, insecurity, not fear, where you could trust more and fear less.

Can you imagine your life without fear? Thomas Nelson Publishers. Great product! Each sunrise seems to bring fresh reasons for fear. They're talking layoffs at work, downturns in the housing market, flare-ups in the Middle East, slowdowns in the economy, turnovers at headquarters, upswings in global warming.

Fearless #ad - Wouldn't it be great to walk out?Imagine your life, wholly untouched by angst.

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Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine

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Thomas Nelson #ad - In this cornerstone message of Lucado's ministry, he challenges readers to not only receive grace but also to be changed by grace. Musicians speak of a grace note. We use the word for hospitals, baby girls, kings, and premeal prayers. The bank gives us a grace period. Grace. We talk as though we understand the term.

Grace more than we Deserve Greater Than We Imagine. Thomas Nelson Publishers. Snatched by the nape of their neck and shaken to their senses by grace. Emboldened by grace. Shaped by grace. Strengthened by grace. We talk as though we know what grace means. But bestselling author max lucado says we’ve settled for a wimpy grace, a goldfish grace that sits in a bowl on the shelf and never causes trouble or demands a response.

Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine #ad - Now available as a trade paperback, Lucado's bestselling book reminds readers that there’s more to grace than we’ve ever imagined. Great product! The seedy politician falls from grace. Softened by grace. We describe an actress as gracious, a dancer as graceful.

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Before Amen: The Power of a Simple Prayer

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Unanswered requests. We aren’t the first to struggle with prayer. Great product! Unmet expectations. Thomas Nelson Publishers. In fact, prayer is the only tutorial they ever requested. And jesus gave them a prayer. When the lump is deemed malignant. The calendar pounces on our good intentions like a tiger on a rabbit.

When the money runs out before the month does. Prayer is simply a heartfelt conversation between God and his child. Couldn’t we use the same?in before amen best-selling author Max Lucado joins readers on a journey to the very heart of biblical prayer, offering hope for doubts and confidence even for prayer wimps.

Before Amen: The Power of a Simple Prayer #ad - Some. We pray to stay sober, centered, or solvent. Not a lecture on prayer. Not the doctrine of prayer. We all pray. Grace more than we Deserve Greater Than We Imagine. When the marriage is falling apart. And what about our checkered history with prayer? Uncertain words. Distilling prayers in the bible down to one pocket-sized prayer, Max reminds readers that prayer is not a privilege for the pious nor the art of a chosen few.

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He Chose the Nails: What God Did to Win Your Heart

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Thomas Nelson #ad - Linger on the hill of Calvary. Rub a finger on the timber and press the nail into your hand. Taste the tinge of cheap wine and feel the scrape of a thorn on your brow. Touch the velvet dirt, moist with the blood of God. Allow the tools of torture to tell their story. Listen as they tell you what God did to win your heart.

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