Book Review: Grace by Max Lucado
Of course this book was written in the author’s usual easy-to-read-and-understand conversational and sometimes humorous writing style. With a topic as important and as serious as grace can be, you might wonder if this worked well together. I can assure you, it worked very well together.
This book includes copious real-life and biblical story after story illustrating some aspect of grace, and some of them, well, keep some tissues handy! (By the way, that’s a plus in my view.)
Even though this was my fifth book that I’ve read recently in my personal study on grace, it was no less interesting or unique in its’ content or presentation on the topic. The fact that all five books were so very different illustrates one of the points about the topic, that this subject, just like grace itself, is very vast indeed.
Don’t miss the reader’s guide in the back like I did until I was done reading it. Instead use it to go deeper into this very deep subject. It looked very helpful but for me I’ll have to go back to use it.
If you are one of the thousands of Max Lucado’s fans don’t miss this great book and even if you’re not, this may be the one that will turn you into one!
To get your own copy of this book go here: Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine
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