Item description for A Gentle Thunder: Hearing God Through the Storm by Max Lucado...
Overview Citing the stories of such biblical characters as Abraham, Moses, Gideon, and Jonah, a guide to understanding and recognizing God's will reveals the ways by which God communicates and seeks to draw our attention. Reprint.
How far do you want God to go in getting your attention? Don't answer too quickly. What if God moved you to another land? (As He did Abraham.) What if He called you out of retirement? (Remember Moses?) How about the voice of an angel or the bowel of a fish (Gideon and Jonah.) God does what it takes to get our attention. That's the message of this book: the relentless pursuit of God.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6" Height: 0.65" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jan 21, 2002
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0849943248 ISBN13 9780849943249
Availability 0 units.
More About Max Lucado
Max Lucado (MA, Abilene Christian University) serves as the minister of preaching at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, and is a best-selling author and speaker. His award-winning books have been translated into more than fifty-four languages and he has been named one of the most influential leaders in social media by The New York Times. Max lives in San Antonio, Texas, with his wife, Denalyn, and has three daughters and one granddaughter.
David Wenzel received a BFA from Hartford Art School and has been illustrating professionally for nearly thirty years. He is recognized for illustrating the graphic novel adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, as well as numerous other children's materials.
Max Lucado currently resides in San Antonio, in the state of Texas.
Max Lucado has published or released items in the following series...
Christian Large Print Originals
Historias Biblicas Ilustradas
Inspirational Bible Study; Life Lessons with Max Lucado
Reviews - What do customers think about Gentle Thunder?
A Gentle Thunder - Review by Trish New, author of The Thrill of Hope and State Street Journal Oct 29, 2006
Lucado is a unique writer of the evangelistic angle. In A Gentle Thunder he uses the gospel of John as a touchstone and each of his vignettes describes God's voice and our response in a unique way. He uses the ordinary and the unusual to creatively demonstrate God's faithfulness. Wile E. Coyote, hummingbirds, Cinderella, New Yorkers and a waiter/cat are a few of the unique characters that Lucado portrays in this book. Lucado's vintage Bible character portrayals, some rare moments he experienced as a missionary in Brazil, and the metaphysical side of a wedding reception with no cake makes the ancient come alive and the everyday become exciting. Lucado poignantly portrays how God will do whatever it takes to get our attention, but leaves the choice to us. That's the message of this book: the relentless pursuit of God. Despite the use of scripture and religious overtones, many people have been helped by Lucado's writing. Trish New, author of The Thrill of Hope, Concepts to Ponder and South State Street Journal, Secrets of The Heart.
The Thunder Rolls Mar 9, 2004
This book allows us to see God's word applied to situations we have been in and can relate to. Further proving the awesome power He has!
A Thunderous Ovation for Lucado May 3, 2001
Max Lucado has written a devotional masterpiece that can attract the attention of any philosopher who is searching for the meaning of life or give insight to any clergyman who is in search of material that can supplement his or her preparation for a thought-provoking sermon.
I am generally wary of those who attempt to use individual biblical quotes to postulate their personal opinions and then formulate themes that they call daily devotions. In other words, beware of those who attempt to use scripture to "fit" their points-of-view.
Lucado, on the other hand, does the opposite. He presents a variety of stories that range from moral tales to historical accounts of triumphs and disasters, all of which parallel the fables and parables of ancient times, and while reading each chapter, one should conclude that if there is any point that Lucado is trying to get across, it is not for his own personal benefit; instead, it is this: we fail to realize that there are so many modern-day events in our world that make the works of the gospel writers just as relevant today as they were in the past and that many of these happenings brought to life are just as applicable to the so-called ordinary individual as they are to the famous figures who headline our daily news.
I answered You With Thunder... Psalm 81:7 Mar 17, 2001
In this Book you will find God does whatever it takes to get our attention, alot of times not in the way we would expect Him to, but He does whatever it takes to pull us back to Him over and over again.
We may never understand what it is exactly He is doing with us, but we can trust His Heart and trust Him to do what is right.
If you need a reminder of His Love and an assurance of His strength and an example of His Kindness then this is the Book for you!
You will be blessed with His Gentle Thunder!
I am truly blessed by Max Lucado's books Sep 5, 1999
This book and the author are anointed.Max Lucado has answered many questions for me as well as encouraged me.I am ordering this audio book for my dad.I have purchased and read at least 10 of Max's books and can't wait to read another.