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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 12/3 GuyWitheGlasses wrote: I told you I would do another book review by Max Lucado! I can’t recall, but I think I was supposed to do it in November. Oh well. Here it is! This is another one of Mr. Lucado’s inspirational books. As always, it is well written. “The dialogue that Friday morning was bitter. From the onlookers, ... No Wonder They Call Him Savior

GuyWitheGlasses' Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/30 Kelley Smith wrote: “No Wonder They Call Him the Savior” is a great reflection of Jesus and the journey beyond the cross. It only brings back the stories mention when told to little children as bedtime stories. Moreover, now to both old and young, to bring back to their remembrance of what our Savior done for us and ... The Greatest Shepherd in the World

Kelley's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/30 DadTo2 wrote: “I just want to know what counts.” Deep Irish brogue. Dark, deep eyes. The statement was sincere. “Don’t talk to me of religion, I’ve been down that road. And please, stay off theology. I have a degree in that. Get to the heart of it, okay? I want to know what counts.” With that opening ... A Review of No Wonder They Call Him the Savior Experiencing the Truth of the Cross By Max Lucado

DadTo2's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/18 Nikole Hahn wrote: This book reminds me of a Snuggie. You slip your arms into the sleeves and let the love wrap around you to ward off the chill of anger and unforgivness. It's written in typical Max Lucado style-the master story teller telling the tale of the cross in a language we can all understand. While I didn't care ... This Book Reminds Me of A Snuggie

Nikole's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/12 YouthMinister1204 wrote: This book is a devotional-style look at the cross and what that cross represents to those who claim to follow Jesus Christ.  The cross is seemingly a disturbing image when one understands the pain and suffering that is involved.  However, what many people refuse to acknowledge and understand ... No Wonder They Call Him Savior

YouthMinister1204's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/12 Laura Sands wrote: A good story is one that can be retold hundreds of time and never lose its draw. Max Lucado has retold the greatest story on Earth in a new and amazing way. "No Wonder They Call Him the Savior" is an exceptional book. From the back cover: "The Cross. It rests on the timeline of history like a compelling ... No Wonder They Call Him the Savior: Max Lucado

Laura's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/6 Tomi Clark wrote: My Thoughts: Lucado is one of my favorite writers as he gives you something to think about and presents the gospel in a manner that makes it seem fresh and new. A story you've heard thousands of times, yet Lucado's storytelling just seems to make the text come alive. Autobiographical? Not really. ... No Wonder They Call Him Savior Book Review

Tomi's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/2 P. Creeden wrote: This book is Max Lucado at his best.  If you’ve read anything by Max Lucado, then you know he is a down to earth kind of pastor.  He’s not afraid to go where he’s going to get his hands “dirty.”  And this book is an updated version of the old bestselling Christian classic.  ... Max Lucado at His best

P. Creeden's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/28 MommyBugg wrote: A beautiful look at Christ, the Cross and why we need God.This is one of the most beautiful books ever written. As always Max LUcado manages to write a true treasure for both those who know Jesus and those who are first meeting Him. In his own unique style of writing, the author takes you on a vivid ... Discovering Hope

MommyBugg's Rating:

4 Stars

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