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It all happened in a moment - a most remarkable moment. God came near. He came not as a flash of light or as an unapproachable conqueror, but as one whose first cries were heard by a peasant girl and a sleepy carpenter. The hands that held him were not manicured, but callused and dirty. No silk. No ivory. No hype. No party. No hoopla. God had come near...for you.

Travel back in time and relive Christ the Son of God becoming man. Come with Max as he brings to life the most important event in history...when God came near. And as you catch a vision of this incredible moment, let it mark the beginning of a new life for yourself. God came near. If he is who he says he is, there is no truth more worthy of your time.

©2004 Max Lucado (P)2004 Thomas Nelson Publishers

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  • Timothy P. Brown
  • 17-01-20

Great, if all you want is a lecture

Horribly slow and poor performance. Nothing new or revealing. Biggest waste of $13 for a 2:30 listen. Listening to The 12 Rules of Life is infinitely more satisfying and uplifting.

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  • Tiffany Lopez
  • 18-12-19

The best Christmas read

I read this book every Christmas. Max has such a way of describing Jesus’ humanity and Gods love. It brings tears and chuckles, it is profound and still a light read you can take in before your morning coffee