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Max Lucado a Source of Advice and Insight: 100 Answers

Max Lucado has always been a source of enlightenment, encouragement, inspiration and advice for Christians across the globe. His books resonate to us in our daily lives as we struggle to understand our place in this world. His newest book, Max on Life, answers 100 of our frequent questions with insights and suggestions, accompanied with biblical reference.

From questioning about financial situations to how to slow down your family in these busy times, Lucado offers easy and condensed suggestions to keep life on track and filled with the support of our Heavenly Father. This book is for families, parents, single people and all from every walk of life and every generation. Once you own it, it will be one you’ll keep your shelf for reference as life gets rough and as you need additional advice on everyday life issues.  Full of comfort and simple ideas, this definitely is one book you’ll want to own.

This book deals with issues such as betrayal, stress, infidelity, death, finances, love, family and more.  With questions taken from Lucado’s most received, anyone will find many questions and answers that relate to their lives. I hope that the book will comfort and guide you, as well as challenge you to research more on your own, as much as it has for me.

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The Fate of Humanity is Taken On in “The Final Summit” by Andy Andrews

Andy Andrews’ newest book, “The Final Summit,” took on “a quest to find the one principle that will save humanity,” but it ended up taking me on an adventure that would teach me many more principals, not just one. 

People felt his inspiring so much  in the first book about David Ponder, “The Traveler’s Gift” that it was a best seller, and now, readers are taught much more about what it means to truly live in the way God wants us to in order for humanity to survive. He expertly crafts mystery, history, logic, and motivation into one inspirational-packed fiction read. 

If you hadn’t read the first book in which Ponder discovered the Seven Decisions to life success, they are reviewed again throughout the prose in the first half of this book. I was glad, since I hadn’t read the first book! Amazing decisions that everyone should hang on their refrigerator and by their desk to stay consistently motivated to do good and find success from that good. I was entranced in this book and almost read it in one sitting. I was intrigued by his use of God’s principles intertwined with famous historical people such as Lincoln, Churchill, Joan of Ark and more. These famous former Travelers were shown to have been vessels of God for his messages to society. Now that it seems society has not been listening, Ponder is tasked with being chairmen of a summit that must come up with the principle for saving humanity.

After being escorted by Archangel Gabriel to a room with Winston Churchill, they call upon several other famous Travelers and discuss possible alternatives for what humanity must do to stay on the right path.  All principles, or values, handed up as “the” principle are incorrect, yet very good components of what we need to do in our every day lives. When it seems that all is lost and humanity will not survive, they finally come up with the great principle and you won’t want to miss it.

For more information on Andy Andrews go online to www.andyandrews.com and check out his amazing God-driven books. He obviously is a writer for any reader and will truly motivate your life.

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