Review: Out Live Your Life~Max Lucado

Max Lucado is an excellent story teller, and this novel is not short of brillance!  Max moves through each chapter with a different story of one ordinary person who allowed their extraordinary God make difference through them.  Each seeing one thing, and as it lays heavy on their heart, prays to make a difference.  Each story stirs the heart to praise God! But it doesn’t stop there, it provokes the mind to do the same…make a something! (Even if it seems to be small and not making a dent) Our Extraordinary God take a little and makes a lot!

Max Lucado impresses me that the stories are not made up from somewhere in his creative juices. All can be followed up in the back of the book with the proper documentation.  This book would be an excellent study book for a small group. Questions for discussion and self application are listed in the back of the book for each chapter.

This is a must read! Easy to read, back with Scripture, and motivating to press on and move forward with our God. Nothing is too hard for HIM.

Out Live Your Life, you were made to make a difference!

(also printed to  in agreement with Book Sneeze )



Filed under Bible Study, book, Booksneeze, convictions, God's plan, Kingdom living, Max Lucado

6 responses to “Review: Out Live Your Life~Max Lucado

  1. You’ve sold me! I’m gonna get a copy.

    It never ceases to amaze me how God uses the smallest acts to speak volumes into another’s life. And to be used by Him…humbling, to say the least.

    (Glad you’re back. Love you.)

  2. This book spoke volumes to me…glad to be back 😆

  3. LOL !! I referenced this book in my blog on September 29th! I am actually in two small groups studying this book! We have done the first two chapters. A great book – 🙂 A must read for the Christian.

  4. Papa, I LOVE you!! will check your blog today! MUAH!

  5. Hey, girl. Thanks for the info on this. I’m going to get a copy asap and hopefully can get a group to study it.

    Often seeing this kind of application of real christianity can be more meaningful in helping us live our lives than group studies of scripture. Tragically, today I see over and over people can get too bogged down in doctrinal debates and personal psychological/sociological beliefs that contradict scripture. Living examples like these help keep eveerything in perspective.

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