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He Still Moves Stones
He Still Moves Stones
Author: Max Lucado
Why does the Bible contain so many stories of hurting people? Though their situations vary, their conditions don't. They have nowhere to turn. Yet before their eyes stands a never-say-die Galilean who majors in stepping in when everyone else steps out. Lucado reminds us that the purpose of these portraits isn't to tell us what Jesus did-b...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780849908644
ISBN-10: 0849908647
Publication Date: 7/26/1993
Pages: 240
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: W Publishing Group
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Another of Max Lucado's masterpieces. His insight into the present day "Jesus" who is still in the miracle business showing us our part in accessing the power of God in our circumstances.
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amomanurse avatar reviewed He Still Moves Stones on + 4 more book reviews
This is book is a display of the awesome "portraits" of how a life looks BEFROE AND AFTER God enters the "picture"!!!!!
Loved it!
Susan D.
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It's what happens when obstacles prevent you from seeing what God has done for you...........
On every page of the book, Max Lucado reminds us, the God who spoke to Moses at the burning bush still speaks loudly to us today. The God who forgave King David still offers you forgiveness. The God who helped men and women in ages past still comes into your world, and he comes to do what you can't, to move the stone away so you can see his answer.
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Lucado is great as always
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These are historic moments in which a real God met real pain. The God who spoke still speaks. The God who forgave still forgives. The God who came still comes. He comes to do what you can't. He comes to move the stones you can't budge. He comes to move the stones we can't budge.


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