Max Lucado Articles

This Could Be Why God Is Resisting You

Don't we all crave freedom? I know I do. Wonderful freedom is found in the forest of humility. I experienced it...
Max Lucado Declares War on ‘I Can’t’

Max Lucado Declares War on ‘I Can’t’

The  time has come to attack the disease. It has raged, untouched, too long.It has infected, unhindered, too many. Misery bobs in its wake. Abandoned dreams, ravaged marriages, truncated hopes. Hasn't the malady contaminated enough lives?It's time to declare war...

Max Lucado Offers Prayer in Wake of Conn. School Shooting

Max Lucado Offers Prayer in Wake of Conn. School Shooting

Dear Jesus,It’s a good thing you were born at night. This world sure seems dark. I have a good eye for silver linings. But they seem dimmer lately.These killings, Lord.  These children, Lord.  Innocence violated.  Raw evil demonstrated.The whole world...

Max Lucado: Imagine Your Life Without Fear

Max Lucado: Imagine Your Life Without Fear

maxThere are many things today that can cause us to be fearful: recession, health, war, terrorism, family, finances, the future. But what would life be like if we eliminated fear? Seem impossible? In his new book, Fearless, author Max Lucado reminds us that faith, not fear, can be our first reaction to situations. In this excerpt, the writing and preaching pastor at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio invites us to take hold of the courage Jesus offers in one of the Bible’s most common phrases: Don’t be afraid. Yes, it’s true that fear will always be there; we just don’t have to give in to it. (Click here to purchase Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear.)

You would have liked my brother. Everyone did. Dee made friends like bakers make bread: daily, easily, warmly. Handshake—big and eager; laughter—contagious and volcanic. He permitted no stranger to remain one for long. I, the shy younger brother, relied on him to make introductions for us both. When a new kid moved onto the street or walked onto the playground, Dee was the ambassador.

His Name Is Jesus

His Name Is Jesus

His Name Is JesusFor God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.

—John 3:16, NKJV

This week there is only one person appropriate to spotlight: Jesus.

His Name Is Jesus, compiled from various writings by Max Lucado, is a profound look at Christ’s birth, mission, death, resurrection and legacy. This compilation is not merely a book; it’s a visual experience with breath-taking pictures showcasing truths that offer a new perspective on God’s love and the gift of His Son. Set aside a few moments this Easter weekend to reflect anew on what Jesus Christ did for you. He loves you. And He gave His life for you. 

 

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