These become tools of usefulness; sharpened, primed, defined, mobile. They lie ready in the craftsman's tool chest, available to their master, ready to fulfull their calling. As Max Lucado draws these parallels we realize we are all there, somewhere in the Craftsman's shop.
I've listened to this recording at least 6x during my morning commute. There's alot of good content in here. It has 49 short chapters that emphasize we are living a purpose-driven life and we need courage to live that life. His "God is a blacksmith shaping his tools over the anvil" metaphor effectively. I enjoyed listening to his stories about his father and how he always encouraged Max to be his best. He's a very good story teller and this is a high quality recording. Recommended.
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a great devotional that puts practical living into the reality of our need to be in step with God
Daily living requires a daily consuming on God's daily Bread.
As always Max Lucado delivers a tale which leads us to contemplate our relationship with God and Jesus Christ
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I normally listen to audiobooks while I drive. This one was so good that I switched drivers and listened to it again to take notes on each part. Very well done for the spiritually minded listener.