Can anything separate us from the love of God? Can you drift too far? Wait too long? Out-sin the love of God? The answer is found in one of life's sweetest words-grace. Max Lucado shows how you can't fall beyond God's love. "God doesn't condone our sin, nor does He compromise His standard. Rather than dismiss our sin, He assumes our sin and incredibly, sentences Himself. God is still holy. Sin is still sin. And we are redeemed."
“Then, one night, one brother failed to come to the fire. The others found him the next morning in the valley with the savages.” (Page 2)
“Each evening they built a fire and told stories of their father and older brother” (Page 2)
“They determined not to forget their homeland nor abandon hopes of returning.” (Page 2)
“The waters finally dumped them on the bank in a strange land” (Page 2)
“What makes us special is not our body but the signature of God on our lives. We are his works of art. We are created in his image to do good deeds. We are significant, not because of what we do, but because of whose we are.” (Page 31)
Max Lucado (1955– ) is a best-selling author with over 50 books and 65 million copies in print. He’s been named “America’s pastor” and “the best preacher in America.”
Lucado studied biblical and related studies at Abilene Christian University. He served as Associate Minister at Central Church of Christ in Miami, Florida and Church Planning Missionary in Rio de Janeiro. Lucado is a minister of preaching at Oak Hill Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he has served since 1988.
In 1991, Lucado began developing a radio broadcast called UpWords Ministries. The inspirational messages featured on UpWords with Max Lucado are heard in over 1,400 radio markets around the world.
Three of Lucado’s titles have been recipients of the Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year award: Just Like Jesus, In the Grip of Grace, and When God Whispers Your Name. Other notable titles by Lucado include Grace for the Moment and Facing Your Giants.