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No Wonder They Call Him the Savior

No Wonder They Call Him the Savior Experiencing the Truth of the Cross

By Max Lucado
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.3 Stars

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On 12/5 Shaun Worcester wrote: I’ve read many of Lucado’s books, and this is one of his older ones. For me, it started off a little slow. Maybe that’s because I’ve been a Christian most of my life, and like many I sometimes (okay, often) take His salvation for granted. As I got more into the book, there were several great ... Another good one from Max Lucado

Shaun's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/13 HS wrote: No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max LucadoIn his book No Wonder They Call Him the Savior, Lucado delves deeply into the meaning of the cross. He takes his readers through the familiar story of Christ’s crucifixion, but focusses on the small details that are so easy to breeze past and overlook, ... No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max Lucado

HS's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/21 chechu wrote: No Wonder They Call Him The Savior: Experiencing the Truth of the Cross by Max Lucado is about what Jesus Christ, our Messiah did for us – he died in the cross for our sins. The book is composed of three parts, each of which has about 10 chapters each, “The Cross: Its Words”, “The Cross: Its ... No Wonder They Call Him the Savior: Experiencing the Truth of the Cross by Max Lucado Book Review

chechu's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/11 Stewbear wrote: No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max Lucado proved to be a good book. Max Lucado writes in a way that is easy to follow and not hard to understand. He does this to an extent to where I believe it demeans his writing in a manner, but it also makes it very accessible to many reading levels. The book ... No Wonder They Call Him Savior by Max Lucado

Stewbear's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/17 SavedByGrace wrote: Max Lucado did an excellent job on this book! It consists of a series of short stories that helps the reader to better understand who God is. Lucado presents his material well and displays a knowledge of the Bible that he clearly portrays to his audience. Each chapter is a compilation of different stories ... Max Lucado: No wonder they call him the savior

SavedByGrace's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/3 Julie in Memphis wrote: I didn’t realize that I had any particular expectations of this book until I began reading, and those expectations were not met. I expected what I expect of any book written by a single author: a sense of flow from one chapter to the next, and a sense of cohesiveness banding the whole book together. ... Book Review: No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max Lucado

Julie in Memphis' Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/25 Waldner wrote: Max Lucado’s book,No Wonder They Call Him the Saviour is the latest gift that I received as partof the Booksneeze Bloggers. Max takes the reader on a journey to betterunderstanding the purpose of the cross and the reason for salvation. The bookstarts off with someone posing the question “What really ... Max Lucado - No Wonder They Call Him The Saviour

Waldner's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/8 Carla Raley wrote: Max Lucado is a former Church of Christ preacher, the denomination I grew up in, so I have heard of him most of my life. I’ve read many of his books, and even went to a Sunday school class at one point of my life that was really nothing more than a recap of his books. So I felt like I was revisiting ... No Wonder They Call Him the Savior by Max Lucado

Carla's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/7 princess jang wrote: This is my second book of Max Lucado's. I love his style of writing which can really strike your heart. Scripture+Human Stories=A Great Book. On the first day that I read this book--chapter 1-- (i miss 3 days stories in Our Daily Bread, that's why i stop & read it first), i cried so much that the book ... No Wonder They Call Him the SAVIOR

princess jang's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/31 Angela De Souza wrote: Value is now measured by two criteria, appearance and performance. Pretty tough system, isn't it? Where does that leave the retarded? Or the ugly or uneducated? Where does that place the aged or the handicapped? What hope does that offer the unborn child? Not much. Not much at all. We become nameless ... Stunning

Angela's Rating:

5 Stars