Pre-Order ‘Glory Days,’ Max Lucado’s New Book, and Receive Free Gifts

Are you stuck in the wilderness known as midlife misery? Can you name the day you became a Christian but can’t remember the last time you defeated a temptation or experienced an answered prayer? Find encouragement in Max Lucado’s new book, Glory Days. With God’s help you can close the gap between the person you are and the person you want to be. Like Joshua and the Israelites, you can move from a wilderness existence into a promised inheritance.

Now through August 31, 2015, pre-order Glory Days and receive free gifts!

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There are two pre-order options:

Option 1:

Pre-order one copy of Glory Days (any format), and receive a free digital download of the abridged audio version of In the Grip of Grace by Max Lucado.

After you’ve pre-ordered, please claim your free gift by submitting your email and proof of purchase at GloryDaysBook.com.

Option 2:

Pre-order one copy of Glory Days (any format) AND one copy of God is With You Every Day (Max’s brand-new, 365-day devotional—any format), and receive both the abridged audio version of In the Grip of Grace and a paperback copy of Traveling Light by Max Lucado (U.S. addresses only). 

After you’ve preordered, please claim your free gift by submitting your email and proof of purchase at GloryDaysBook.com.

Pre-order today and get your free gift by clicking the icon below. But hurry, the offer ends on August 31, 2015.

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Have you ever been in that place where you are just floundering.  Never really gaining speed, never really losing ground, but you know that there has to be more.

Could this be your “Wilderness”  

Max Lucado gives so many reasons to move on up out of the wilderness with practical Biblical ways to get there. Lucado’s style is to take a Biblical story and give you those ways to get you into the thick of it through Bible Study but then also to get you into life learning through the same Bible Study.

Glory Days does just that.  Quit floundering in a life of just existing and move into the Promised Land, Spiritually, Emotionally, Mentally and Physically.  While all of this is so much, there are many practical life stories and life examples in this Bible Study.

My opinion of the study, was that I loved the topic and the way Lucado expresses himself.  He is always a pleaser.  The one thing I didn’t like and it’s probably just me on this, was that almost every verse he referenced, used a different version of the Bible.  Now there was some reuses of some obviously, but to me this is distracting and well surprising from Lucado.  However, on his website, he says the following

What version of the Bible does Max use? The Bible was originally written in ancient Hebrew and Greek, with a few sections in Aramaic. Therefore, any English Bible is a translation. In his bible study, Max uses many different versions interchangeably. He is not a Greek scholar, so he leaves the translating work to the experts, and accepts these many versions prayerfully inviting God’s direction in his study.

That being said, I get the jest of using so many versions of the Bible to study.  For Reference.  So for me that was the only thing I didn’t like.  But still all in all, this book is right up there with all the rest of his books, and kicks it out of the park!

Watch Max Lucado’s Glory Day

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To follow-up in stay in contact with Lucado you can reach him at the following links

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More than 120 million readers have found comfort in the writings of Max Lucado. He ministers at the Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Denalyn, and a sweet but misbehaving mutt, Andy.

https://maxlucado.com/

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