Audra Krell

On Purpose

Out Live Your Life

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While in his 25th year of publishing and having written over 50 books, Max Lucado's latest book is wonderful. Out Live Your Life inspires the reader to do exactly that. We were all put on earth for a reason, each one with a unique purpose. Like a favorite roots album from the 70's, reading Lucado is like listening to your favorite songs over and over again. One never tires of the power, authenticity, simplicity and "every man voice" that Lucado writes in.

Out Live Your Life is more than a book. It's a call to action; a call for real living.

"None of us can help everyone. But all of us can help someone. And when we help them, we serve Jesus," he writes. 

I certainly cannot help everyone, but I can most definitely help someone.

With deepest thanks to Thomas Nelson for providing me with a review copy.

 

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6 thoughts on “Out Live Your Life

  1. mmmmmm…. looks like a can’t miss. wish i could curl up with it right now.

  2. Audra…how true. We may not be able to help everyone but we can help someone. This concept puts things into perspective and helps make our goals more attainable. 🙂

  3. Thanks Dolores!
    Audra 

  4. I love Max Lucado! This sounds like a great read!

  5. I heard a rave review on K-Love radio yesterday. Sounds like a must read!

  6. Very cool Brock. I listen to the Message on Satellite radio so I only hear KLove a couple times a year. Nice to stay in touch with what is happening through comments like this. I think you will enjoy the book!
    Audra 

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