Max Lucado’s You Can Be Everything God Wants…

Max Lucado’s You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be shows a fine word on how God created and binds us to His will. Read on!Max Lucado's You Can Be Everything God Wants You To

Sometimes the narration is a little bit repetitive, but I will assume this is just a writer’s strategy to make sure the message sinks in our minds.

As it is stated in the back of the title page, selections in this book are taken from the book Cure for the Common Life by Max Lucado.

The author, through 30 small chapters, suggests us to think and find our sweet spot, our uniqueness, and to study our S.T.O.R.Y. (Strengths, Topics, Optimal condition, Relationship, Yes!).

He created us uniquely and for a special purpose and urges that we take significant risks for God and change the world through little deeds.


You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be

This small book brings us a great message about how God made us, how He uses us and how He wants us to find our sweet spot, so we can serve Him better.

As the sticker in the front cover suggests, it is a great gift for graduates, but everybody can benefit from its message, “This is what I created you to do!”

This book is such a quick and easy read that it took me only around two hours to finish.

The publishers sent me a copy of the piece for an uncompromised book review their Thomas Nelson Book Review Bloggers Program.

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In just below two decades of literature, Max Lucado has achieved more than most authors hope for in life. The majority of his works have appeared on one or more best seller lists, comprising those issued by the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and the Christian Booksellers Association. (read mini-bio)

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You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be Book Cover You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be
Max Lucado
Non-Fiction, Religious, Christian
Thomas Nelson
March 28, 2010
mature kids and up.

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