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Max Lucado Quote: “Grace comes after you. It rewires you. From insecure to God secure. From regret-riddled to better-because-of-it. From afraid-to-die to ready-to-fly. Grace is the voice that calls us to change and then gives us the power to pull it off.1.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Grace is God as heart surgeon, cracking open your chest, removing your heart – poisoned as it is with pride and pain – and replacing it with his own. Rather than tell you to change, he creates the change. Do you clean up so he can accept you? No, he accepts you and begins cleaning you up. His dream isn’t just to get you into heaven but to get heaven into you.”
Max Lucado Quote: “What we realize is number one, people want to know what the Bible says. In their heart, they want to know the Bible but it is just hard to understand the big picture of it. And number two, they want to know where they plug in.”
Max Lucado Quote: “The question is not, will God keep his promises, but, will we build our lives upon them?”
Max Lucado Quote: “Just as a happy child cannot mis-hug, the sincere heart cannot mis-pray.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Compassion in evangelical churches is out of balance. When I talk about it, I get a lot of glazed expressions.”
Max Lucado Quote: “To be saved by grace is to be saved by him – not by an idea, doctrine, creed, or church membership, but by Jesus himself, who will sweep into heaven anyone who so much as gives him the nod.”
Max Lucado Quote: “How many disasters would be averted if we’d go first, in faith, to Jesus?”
Max Lucado Quote: “The step between prudence and paranoia is short and steep. Prudence wears a seat belt. Paranoia avoids cars. Prudence washes with soap. Paranoia avoids human contact. Prudence saves for old age. Paranoia hoards even trash. Prudence prepares and plans. Paranoia panics. Prudence calculates the risk and takes the plunge. Paranoia never enters the water.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Wilderness begins with disconnections. It continues with deceit.”
Max Lucado Quote: “If prayer depends on how I pray, I’m sunk. But if the power of prayer depends on the One who hears the prayer, and if the One who hears the prayer is my Daddy, then I have hope.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Wide awake is Mary. My, how young she looks! Her head rests on the soft leather of Joseph’s saddle. The pain has been eclipsed by wonder. She looks into the face of the baby. Her son. Her Lord. His Majesty. At this point in history, the human being who best understands who God is and what he is doing is a teenage girl in a smelly stable. She can’t take her eyes off him. Somehow Mary knows she is holding God. So this is he. She remembers the words of the angel. “His kingdom will never end.”1.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Wise is the man who learns the nonverbal language of his wife, who notes the nod and discerns the gestures. It’s not just what is said, but how. It’s not just how, but when. It’s not just when, but where. Good husbanding is good decoding. You’ve got to read the signs.”
Max Lucado Quote: “A person can live a day without silver or gold, but coffee? No thanks.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Jesus did not enter the world to help us save ourselves. He entered the world to save us from ourselves.”
Max Lucado Quote: “David knew what mattered most. The presence of God. He begged God for it.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Just because you are idle, don’t assume God is.”
Max Lucado Quote: “God seems less interested in talent and more interested in trust.”
Max Lucado Quote: “The cross, the zenith of history. All of the past pointed to it, and all of the future would depend upon it. It’s the great triumph of heaven: God is on the earth. And it is the great tragedy of earth: man has rejected God.”
Max Lucado Quote: “We have been taught that the Christian life is a life of peace, and when we don’t have peace, we assume the problem lies within us.”
Max Lucado Quote: “His life is an example. I pray that God will heal Jim’s body. But until he does, God is using Jim to inspire people like me. God will do the same with you. He will use your struggle to change others.”
Max Lucado Quote: “We rest in him, find our nourishment in him. His roof of grace protects us from storms of guilt. His walls of providence secure us from destructive winds. His fireplace warms us during the lonely winters of life. We linger in the abode of Christ and never leave.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Feeling fearful about tomorrow? Do like the disciples – spend time with Jesus. Talk to him. Read his words. Reflect on his life and love for you. He has power and strength like none other, and he’s more than willing to share some with you.”
Max Lucado Quote: “She delighted in serving her guests a soothing cup of coffee, a slice of cake, and when the occasion called for it, a prayer of encouragement.”
Max Lucado Quote: “No wonder Chelsea’s memory had become her greatest weapon, a sword she wielded, wounding others to protect herself. For decades she had waged this war, but at what cost? Now she stood alone on the battlefield, bleeding and bruised. There were no victors in this war, and Chelsea counted herself among the casualties.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Who has more reason to worship than the astronomer who has seen the stars? Than the surgeon who has held a heart? Than the oceanographer who has pondered the depths?”
Max Lucado Quote: “Don’t you think God can work however he chooses?” “I believe God worked, and the rest is up to us.”
Max Lucado Quote: “In our parents’ day the nightly news communicated the catastrophe. Now it is a matter of minutes. We’ve barely processed one crisis, and then we hear of another.”
Max Lucado Quote: “The stone was moved – not for Jesus – but for the women; not so Jesus could come out, but so the women could see in!”
Max Lucado Quote: “Each star, numbered. Each star, named! Like every grain of sand. Every hair on his head. Every trouble that filled his day. Created. Numbered. Known.”
Max Lucado Quote: “But for me, I am anot afraid, because the worst thing that could happen is getting to see “my Father eye to eye.”
Max Lucado Quote: “There is not a hint of one person who was afraid to draw near him. There were those who mocked him. There were those who were envious of him. There were those who misunderstood him. There were those who revered him. But there was not one person who considered him too holy, too divine, or too celestial to touch. There was not one person who was reluctant to approach him for fear of being rejected. Remember that. Remember.”
Max Lucado Quote: “She couldn’t alter the past but this was her chance to change the future.”
Max Lucado Quote: “God wants to be as close to us as a branch is to a vine. One is an extension of the other. It’s impossible to tell where one starts and the other ends. The branch isn’t connected only at the moment of bearing fruit. The gardener doesn’t keep the branches in a box and then, on the day he wants grapes, glue them to the vine. No, the branch constantly draws nutrition from the vine. Separation means certain death.”
Max Lucado Quote: “I think that a church should be setting the pace for social justice.”
Max Lucado Quote: “It’s against God’s nature to remember forgiven sins.”
Max Lucado Quote: “You will be at your best forever, Even now you have good moments. Occasional glimpses of your heavenly self. When you change your baby’s diaper, forgive your boss’s temper, tolerate your spouse’s moodiness, you display traces of saintliness.”
Max Lucado Quote: “I don’t have any desire to retire in the sense of not doing anything. As long as the Lord gives me strength I want to keep writing and keep preaching.”
Max Lucado Quote: “You’ll get through this. You fear you won’t. We all do. We fear that the depression will never lift, the yelling will never stop, the pain will never leave. Here in the pits, surrounded by steep walls and angry brothers, we wonder, Will this gray sky ever brighten? This load ever lighten? We feel stuck, trapped, locked in. Predestined for failure. Will we ever exit this pit? Yes! Deliverance is to the Bible what jazz music is to Mardi Gras: bold, brassy, and everywhere.”
Max Lucado Quote: “What you have in your Shepherd is greater than what you don’t have in life.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Find something you like to do, and do it so well that people pay you to do it.”
Max Lucado Quote: “I get one hour, really 25 minutes in a sermon on a weekend, to combat all the hours of the week that people are told you are what you have through billboards, commercials, and sitcoms, and so forth.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Scot McKnight stirs the treasures of our Lord’s life in an engaging fashion. He did so with The Jesus Creed, and does so again with 40 Days Living the Jesus Creed. Make sure this new guide for living is on your shelf.”
Max Lucado Quote: “The wonder of a free-market society is that we can all do our best to package our message in an entertaining fashion and present it – and then everybody votes with their footsteps.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Nothing has a greater impact on spiritual growth than reflection on Scripture. If churches could do only one thing to help people at all levels of spiritual maturity grow in their relationship with Christ, their choice is clear. They would inspire, encourage, and equip their people to read the Bible.1.”
Max Lucado Quote: “I’m a preacher first and a writer second, although my role is changing a bit at the church. I’m going to bring on a co-teacher, but I’ll still be a pastor and a writer.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Thank you, God. For the jam on our toast and the milk on our cereal. For the blanket that calms us and the joke that delights us and the warm sun that reminds us of God’s love.”
Max Lucado Quote: “If Jesus heals you instantly, praise him. If you are still waiting for healing, trust him. Your suffering is your sermon.”
Max Lucado Quote: “Money gone. Expectations dashed. Friends vanished. Who’s left? God is.”
Max Lucado Quote: “The story of Joseph is in the Bible for this reason: to teach you to trust God to trump evil. What Satan intends for evil, God, the Master Weaver and Master Builder, redeems for good.”
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