Max Lucado Quotes Page 3

"God meets our needs one day at a time."

"To have a pure heart, we must submit all thoughts to the authority of Christ. If we are willing to do that, he will change us to be like him."

"Just as your earthly house is a place of refuge, so God's house is a place of peace."

"Jesus isn't a God who stayed on the mountaintop - he's a Savior who came down and lived and worked with the people."

"When a Christian stops growing, help is needed. If you are the same Christian you were a few months ago, be careful."

"God is able to accomplish, provide, help, save, keep, subdue . . . He is able to do what you can't. He already has a plan."

"Heaven is beyond our imagination . . . . At our most creative moment, at our deepest thought, at our highest level, we still cannot fathom eternity."

"Aging is God's idea. It's one of the ways he keeps us headed homeward."

"We long to see God. The leaves of life are rustling with the rumor that we will - and we won't be satisfied until we do."

"But by faith you look in the mirror and see a robed prodigal bearing the ring of grace on your finger and the kiss of your Father on your face."

"How does God deal with your bitter heart?  He reminds you that what you have is more important than what you don't have. You still have your relationship with God. No one can take that."

"Our kids were God’s kids first... We tend to forget this fact, regarding our children as “our” children, as though we have the final say in their health and welfare. We don’t. All people are God’s people, including the small people who sit at our tables."

"God is not a miser with his grace. Your cup may be low in cash or clout, but it is overflowing with mercy."


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"One good choice for eternity offsets a thousand bad ones on earth."  Max Lucado

 

 

 

 

"The cure for disappointment? Go back and read the story of God. Read it again and again."   Max Lucado

 

"God's greatest creation is not the flung stars or the gorged canyons; it's his eternal plan to reach his children."  Max Lucado