No Wonder They Call Him the Savior
Discover Hope in the Unlikeliest Place
I don't think I've ever read a Max Lucado book before (well, at least not an adult book, my daughter loves his kid's books). I'm not a big non-fiction fan. Reading is a great way for me to relax and usually non-fiction isn't my favorite relaxation technique. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, though. I found it easy to read and thought provoking. Although other reviewers have been disappointed in the "happy, God loves you, grace for all, tolerance" message they claim the book holds, I didn't feel that way. I don't think this book was written for a non-Christian audience who is seeking a Savior. I found it an encouraging and interesting way to see what my Savior did for me and all of us on the cross. If you are looking for a way to keep the cross real in your life, for encouragement, or for an interesting look at our Lord, I would highly recommend this book!
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