With another call out of complacent Christianity, Max Lucado brings to every person, especially the most ordinary of us, the nature of God's call and purpose for life. He reveals both sides of the coin that all people matter to God: Every person is called and equipped to make a difference in the world, and every person is worthy of God's touch through the service of His people. As always, he threads the lives of heroes from the Bible, history and present day to encourage and inspire Christians to reach their potential as Jesus' ambassadors.
More than once, this book moved me to tears and prayer. It had me question my attitude toward the people I meet every day and the ones I only glimpse on the evening news. It had me question everyday encounters. As Hebrews 13:2 says, "Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it."
Don’t read this book unless you are ready to question everything you believe about what living the Christian life is really about and are ready to make some changes. You may have to make personal sacrifices to make a difference in the lives of others, but it’s the only way to outlive your life.
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