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Max Lucado
Pastor and NYT bestselling author. New book, How Happiness Happens, available for preorder wherever books are sold!
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Max Lucado Dec 13
“May they all be one,” Jesus prayed. One church. One faith. One Lord. Just Christians. No hierarchies. No traditions. Just Christ. Can we be the soldier who jumps to his feet and reminds the rest of us, “Hey, that’s God on that cross!”
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Max Lucado Dec 12
Inconsistent surprises. God knows the condition of the world and he loves it just the same. Just when we find a place where God would never be, like a cross— we look again and there he is...in the flesh!
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Max Lucado Dec 11
Jesus expects that we leave everything, deny all, and follow Him. Because his love is unconditional, Jesus’ expectations come with two important companions-- forgiveness and acceptance.
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Max Lucado Dec 10
Have you seen this exclusive edition from ? 😃 Includes: Max’s 10 personal happiness tips, his 10 go-to scriptures when happiness is hard to find, & a chapter from Max’s next book, Jesus: The God Who Knows Your Name Blessings! - Team Lucado
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Max Lucado Dec 10
Watch and pray! Good advice. Let’s take it! It could be the difference between a peaceful day on the lake and a stick of dynamite blowing up in our faces!
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OakHillsChurch Dec 6
Almost ready to leave work and drive home? We have a playlist you can listen to!
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Max Lucado Dec 9
Please don't miss God's valuable reminders of contentment.
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Max Lucado Dec 6
If you've ever wondered how God can use you to make a difference in the world, just look at those he’s already used and take heart.  Look at the forgiveness found in Christ's open arms and take courage.
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Max Lucado Dec 5
It’s not every day you find someone who’ll give you a second chance—much less someone who’ll give you a second chance every day. But in Jesus, the Apostle Peter found both! No wonder they call Him the Savior!
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Max Lucado Dec 4
Jesus was a loyal friend. Now what do you do with a friend? You stick by him. Maybe that’s why John is the only one of the twelve who was at the cross. He came to say good-bye.
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Max Lucado Dec 3
For a limited time, get Max's new book for $9.99 only from the Max Lucado online store. 🎄😃🎄 Make 2020 the happiest year yet for your family and friends when you give the gift of happiness this Christmas! Available here: Blessings! - Team Lucado
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Max Lucado Dec 3
Replying to @JesusFilm
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Max Lucado Dec 3
1/2 - An estimated 1 billion people have yet to see, hear or understand what God has done for them. They don’t even know Jesus' name, much less who He is and what He has done for them.
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Max Lucado Dec 3
A famous 'almost' is in the Bible, named Pilate. He almost performed history’s greatest act of mercy. He almost pardoned the Prince of Peace. He had the power; he had the choice to free God’s Son. And he 'almost' did it.
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Max Lucado Dec 2
Like Barabbas, we are prisoners with no chance for appeal.  Why some prefer to stay in prison while the cell door has been unlocked is a mystery worth pondering!
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Max Lucado Nov 29
We dread the words on a new toy “Some assembly required!” Not a welcome sentence, but an honest one. Life is a gift, albeit unassembled. The pieces don’t fit. When they don’t, take your problem to Jesus.
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Max Lucado Nov 28
A person never runs out of reasons to say “thanks!”  Just the word lifts the spirit!  To say, “thanks” is to celebrate a gift. Thank God today…for something…anything.
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Max Lucado Nov 27
Hello friends! has included Max's New York Times Bestselling book, Unshakable Hope, in their Thanksgiving Week Sale collection. If you could use more hope this Christmas season, you can get it for just $4.99 here: Blessings! - Team Lucado
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Max Lucado Nov 27
Psalm 34:8 says, “Taste and see that the Lord is good.”  A glimpse of God’s goodness changes us. 
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