Posted by: irenesroth | September 10, 2010


       Out Live Your Life
 By Max Lucado
       Reviewed by Irene S. Roth



       Did you ever consider yourself to be God’s wonderful
       masterpiece? Do you think that you could stand out in the midst
       of all the chaos, violence, and ill-will of our times and make a
       positive difference in your life? Is there any way that we could be
       hopeful in such dreadful times when 1.75 billion people are
       desperately poor and one billion are going to bed hungry?
       Well, Lucado says that there is. Lucado’s book is full of
       uplifting stories that will inspire the reader to be much better than
       he is. We can make a difference in these difficult times. We can
       ensure that the world will be a better place well beyond the 80 or
       so years that we are alive. And what a wonderful message this is
       We, as a culture, need an author such as Lucado who will send
       us such an uplifting message. Lucado uses scripture at the
       beginning of each chapter in order to make his important and
       hopeful points. I find his stories to be very inspirational, and I
       now want to step outside of myself much more often and be a
       better person by helping others through kindness and love.
       I recommend this book to anyone who is struggling, be it
       personally or interpersonally.  There is hope no matter what you
       are going through. And what an uplifting and inspiring message
       this really is.
       I received this book from Thomas Nelson’s through, book reviewers
       program. The views in this book review are my own. I am
       disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s
       16CFR, Part 255.


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