Used by permission of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Lucado, Max. Facing your giants / Max Lucado. p . cm. Facing Your Giants has ratings and reviews. Kymberly said: That our Giants aren’t always people. Actually I am finding most of time they never. How to Face Your Giants. Play Is your list of blessings four times as long as your list of complaints? That’s how you face a giant. From Facing Your Giants.

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A story of a man who rose too high for his own good. I only took a star off because I wish Mr. Lucado puts the book into terms anyone could understand and appreciate.

Those seeking to understand trials. There is a study guide in the back of the book that tells you which verses in the Bible to read as an accompaniment to each chapter.

We ride the same roller coaster. Hardcoverpages. As someone who frequently battles with the giants of anxiety, frustration, and recently, grief, this was just the book I needed at the time I needed it. Namun kita tdk perlu menghadapi mereka sendiri.

It helped me see that I wasn’t alone in my fight and I could face my giants along with God’s help, just like Goliath. Open Preview See a Problem?

Facing Your Giants: God Still Does the Impossible by Max Lucado

John Phillips Jr commented on Jan 5, As a member of the body of Christ, I yoour a sincere appreciation of Max as a great communicator and gifted writer.


Her muscles began to cramp, and her resolve weakened. Chumming with the Mafia the next. Goliath towers above them all: My mom gifted it to me on Easter. Who will go mano a mano conmigo? You could read his stor You know your Goliath.

That our Giants aren’t always people. I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers. David majors in God. And the most simple, yet complex thing that it all boils down to However, what touches me is that he is blessed with the ability to share God’s word so that the common man can understand!

Lucado’s lively language “Focus on giants—you stumble. Makes things simple enough for anyone to understand and is the same way in person. I was mx required to write a positive review. Focus on God—your giants tumble.

Lucado cleverly and effectively shows that David’s focus was on God, not the towering threat that loomed over him. This book has much to offer to our anxiety filled modern world. I need to look to God not at the Giants and overcome them without fear, as I have God there with me.

Max Lucado takes us through the life of David to help us to have a better lufado of such concepts as “losing focus on God” “Striving to follow Him” and truly his writing and method are truly amazingly gisnts and understandeable. Feb 10, Lisa Topp rated it liked it Recommends it for: Max Lucado writes in a very conversational style.

How long has he stalked you I’m still undecided about Max Lucado’s style – he’s very informal, sometimes borderline comical.


Facing Your Giants: God Still Does the Impossible

No trivia or quizzes yet. This is an amazing read by Max Lucado!! I’ll appreciate them very much. Thank you for sharing.

Facing Your Giants

John White commented lucdo Nov 11, It’s great to know that others also believe we can face any giant Satan raises up against us in this postmodern world! I read this book when I was going through a rough time in my life, and I have to say it really helped me through it. You could read his story and wonder what God saw in him.

David saw and heard more. Joshua drove them out of the Promised Land three hundred years earlier. Lucado does a great job making the story of David relevant to us today. In this book he shows us good and bad decisions David made and how his relationship with God changed with his decisions.

Very thought-provoking and inspirational!

In the beginning of the book, Lucado vividly paints a portrait of tiny David and how he stood firm against a nine-foot giant, against all odds, in the midst of others’ doubt, and dropped the behemoth with one stone hurled from a sling, the simplest of weapons. As God moved greatly in me, I began to see what I understood about David mac a bit off.