Max Lucado Quotes.
You have a God who hears you, the power of love behind you, the Holy Spirit within you, and all of heaven ahead of you. If you have the Shepherd, you have grace for every sin, direction for every turn, a candle for every corner and an anchor for every storm. You have everything you need.
God is God. He knows what he is doing. When you canвЂ™t trace his hand, trust his heart.
I think that a church should be setting the pace for social justice.
One of the greatest gifts we can give people is the hope that their death is nothing to fear – you know, not that it has no fear in it, but the promise of scripture is that God will lead us through the valley of the shadow of death.
Sentences are like just caught fish. Spunky today, stinky tomorrow.
God will use whatever he wants to display his glory. Heavens and stars. History and nations. People and problems.
My book centers in on the New Testament, the goal being to help a person who wants to understand the Bible to see how what God did as revealed in the New Testament will reveal to them their own personal story.
I was raised in the greatest of homes… just a really great dad, and I miss him so much… he was a good man, a real simple man… Very faithful, always loved my mom, always provided for the kids, and just a lot of fun.
Well, I think the main message is there is more to your story. There is more than what happens between the crib and the grave, and that is what I am really trying to speak to, this idea that all of life is this life and that there is nothing more than what we see and experience right here on this earth.
I don’t believe our works save us, but I believe they follow us into heaven and bring glory to God.
Your goal is not to know every detail of the future. Your goal is to hold the hand of the One who does and never, ever let go.
God is not troubled by one who is conservative or liberal, and He certainly never inclines His ear toward a donkey or an elephant.
The meaning of life. The wasted years of life. The poor choices of life. God answers the mess of life with one word: ‘grace.’
The apostle Paul never seemed to exhaust the topic of grace – what makes us think we can? He just kept coming at it and coming at it from another angle. That’s the thing about grace. It’s like springtime. You can’t put it in a single sentence definition, and you can’t exhaust it.