Monday, May 23, 2011

"Max On Life" by, Max Lucado

I read the book entitled “Max On Life” by Max Lucado. I have mostly known Max Lucado for his wonderful children’s books but also know that he writes many study books on the Bible too. I am very familiar, as I said, with his kid’s book and absolutely love the detail and perspective that he writes into them, so I was excited to get to read this book and experience a study of the Bible type book.

This book is about Max answering theologically the questions that may people have asked him over the years. The book is segmented into seven “H” categories of hope, hurt, help, him/her, home, haves/have-nots, and hereafter. Under each of these categories there are questions pertaining to each. In total there are 172 questions that he answers in this book. This book is very insightful and answers many of those questions that we wonder about. It is very easy to read because each of the questions is answered in no longer than a page in a half, with most being less than a page long. That was especially nice for me being a mom, because it is sometimes difficult to find large chunks of time to devote to anything, and this book allowed me to easily start and stop when I needed to.

I would highly recommend for everyone to read this book because it inspires and answers questions that we have about life and the Bible. Anyone, from anywhere, and at any walk of life could find something useful and pertaining to their individual situation. It is a book that I will come back to and read segments over again when they relate to a specific situation that I am facing to give me strength, hope, and motivate me to move forward. I received a free copy of this book for an honest review through the publishers at

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