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The Gift for All People is a celebration of God's gift of salvation wrapped in a collection of inspirational stories. These stories will help Christians comprehend and treasure the assurance of their salvation and will help non-Christians realize and embrace the gift of abundant, eternal life in Jesus Christ. The concluding story, written especially for this book, urges readers to give their lives to Jesus Christ and shows them how to do so. This book will provide Christians with a unique, warm, and attractive presentation of the gospel to give to non-Christian family or friends.
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Max Lucado, one of America's most popular Christian writers, has assembled more than 30 of his most inspirational essays in The Gift for All People. Each brief chapter offers a lesson for Christian living based on biblical Scripture. For example, in the chapter titled "Grace Means..." Lucado extracts the phrase, "If God is for us, who can be against us?" (Romans 8:31). This means "God is for you," he goes on to explain. "Had he a calendar your birthday would be circled. If he drove your car, your name would be on his bumper. If there's a tree in heaven, he's carved your name in the bark." In knowing this truth, Lucado asks, "Could death harm you now? Can disease rob your life.... You are protected. God is for you. And that's what grace means." The pages of this book are filled with words of reassurance such as these, offering steadfast comfort to numerous Christian fans. This book also comes in a gift set with a musical CD and elegant cross.About the Author:
Max Lucado's numerous bestsellers include And the Angels Were Silent, God Came Near, No Wonder They Call Him the Savior, Six Hours One Friday, and The Gift for All People. He is pastor of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas. Max and his wife, Denalyn, are the parents of three daughters, Jenna, Andrea, and Sara.
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