We are all somewhere in the blacksmith's shop.
We are either on the scrap pile, in the Master's hands, on the anvil, or in the tool chest. (Some of us have been in all three.)
In this collection of writings, well-loved author Max Lucado will take you on a tour of the "shop." You'll examine all tools and look in all corners. From the shelves to the workbench, from the water to the fire...
And I'm sure that somewhere you'll see yourself.
LaJana Y. (TXstorm) reviewed On the Anvil: Stories on Being Shaped into God's Image on
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This is a wonderful little book, as is every Max Lucado book I've read! He is so down to earth and easy to read. On the Anvil has quick chapters and is very insightful regarding the moments of your life when you are experiencing a character building period. We all have those times of challenge and change, Max gives us tools to make those times more productive.
Excellent book, I always enjoy Max Lucado. But I especially loved the vibrant, beautiful illustrations by Timothy Botts (uncredited). He is a wonderful calligrapher and artist. Makes any book more enjoyable.