Item description for He Still Moves Stones - (Analog Audio Cassette) by Max Lucado...
Overview 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 didbut rather to remind us what Jesus still does.
Publishers Description A crook on a cross. A wild man in a cemetery. A five-time divorcee. A grieving sister. A father at the end of his rope. People with questions. The Bible is absolutely full of them. Why are these portraits in the Bible? So we can look back in amazement at what Jesus did? No... these aren't just Sunday school stories. They are historic moments in which a real God met real pain so we could answer the question, "Does God care when I hurt?" Max Lucado reminds us: The God who spoke to Moses at the burning bush still speaks 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. "He Still Moves Stones," part of The Bestseller Collection, is a classic that you will want to experience again and again. Use it to introduce your friends and family to the inspiring words of Max Lucado and encourage them to take one step closer to Jesus.
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Format: Abridged, Audiobook
Studio: Oasis Audio
Running Time: 138.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.14" Width: 4.58" Height: 0.84" Weight: 0.38 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Oasis Audio
ISBN 1589262425 ISBN13 9781589262423
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 He Still Moves Stones - (Analog Audio Cassette)?
The hardships of the people in the bible Oct 25, 2008
Although, I wish the audio version of this book could have been longer. But I think for once I actual got the story of Job. Also within the story he defines the role of the devil in the book. That despite the devil was banished from heaven he is still the servant of God whether he wants to be not. Many figures of the bible are represented from the bible are represented here and explains throught the majesty of God how he can still move stones.
A Lesson for All Hearts Jul 7, 2006
As one who had a 'wounded soul,' I cannot tell you how much this book changed and turned around my life. I received it as a gift many years ago and I have now bought my 4th copy of the book, as the ones I have loaned out never 'come home', which speaks of how powerfully this book also speaks to others. In this book, Max tells of characters of the Bible as if they are actually people you know in real life; perhaps an aunt or uncle, sister or brother, friend or neighbor. His narrative is so possitive that no one can read it and not be affected. I consider it a must for any library!.
Best Book by Lucado Apr 28, 2006
I've read most of Max Lucado's books and this is not only my favorite by him but my favorite book of all time. (Well, except for the Bible.)
This book is helpful in some way for anyone who reads it. I have given this book as a gift for so many people going through a tough time and it has helped each one.
No one tells a story in quite the way Lucado does. It is hard to put his books down and this is one book that I read continually until I finished it. It is a book you keep and read again and again.
God has blessed Max Lucado with a gift of story telling and finding scripture that might be obscure or a special verse that God shows him and then opens his heart to a whole new and unique way of looking at and explaining its meaning in a way that is easy to understand. He brings about such deep emotions with his writing.
God has given Max Lucado a special gift and in turn God, through Lucado, will bless each person who read his books. This book is a must read for everyone. On a scale of 1-5 I really give this book a 10.
Makes a great bible study Mar 19, 2006
I read this book several years ago. It's one of the author's finest, in my opinion. I remembered it being so moving and convicting that I purchased a half dozen of them to use in a bible study group I'm now hosting. The book has scripture reference and discussion questions for each story in the back of the book. It's proving to be wonderful for promoting introspection, group discussion and sharing. Our group loves it.
Inspirational Aug 31, 2005
I enjoy much of Max Lucado's writings, but this has always been my favorite. I have found much in this book that speaks to my life, and to many others. This was the first book I read of his, and one of the first I read as a new Christian. Its easy to follow and great to inspire.