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Six Hours One Friday

Six Hours One Friday Living in the Power of the Cross

By Max Lucado
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.41 Stars

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On 8/5 Bookworm wrote: I read this book during some of the toughest times in my life. God reminded me of the power of the cross. I was not only encouraged but knowing about how powerful those "six hours" were that it changes everything now and will continue to change the future.Death lost it's power. Death has no power in ... Try this book, you won't be disappointed

Bookworm's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/2 Chris Meirose wrote: Six Hours One Friday is yet again reason why Max Lucado's writings are so popular in the Christian marketplace. Lucado has a fantastically readable approach to his writing - appealing to a broad range of people from students through pastors. This book is a prime resource for devotions and worship in ... Prime Max Lucado on Christ and the Cross

Chris' Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/23 ladysown wrote: This is a review for the book "Six Hours One Friday" as written by Max Lucado.    Max Lucado is one of my favourite authors, so when given a chance by Booksneeze.com to review his book I leapt at the chance. Lucado draws a person in immediately, helping the reader form a connection with ... Review: Six Hours One Friday

ladysown's Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/7 Chris Aiken wrote: Max Lucado is a master storyteller and that is abundantly clear in this book that is full of encouragement. Building the narrative around three “anchor points”: My life is not futile, my failures are not fatal, and my death is not final, Lucado addresses the reality of the human experience and places ... Book Review: Six Hours One Friday: LIving in the Power of the Cross by Max Lucado

Chris' Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/18 Lauren Neaves wrote: Six Hours One Fridayby Max LucadoIn this Book Max Lucado discusses three "anchor points" that will help you face any difficulty that comes your way, all pointing back to the cross. You were created for a purpose, he offers forgiveness and grace, we are merely here for the moment, but forever is promised ... Six Hours One Friday

Lauren's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/18 Worship lover wrote: A must-read, over and over and over!Classic Lucado, expositing the Scriptures, replete with personal and local illustrations; after reading this volume, you feel as if you have been walking down the Via Dolorosa with Jesus. Six Hours One Friday is a book I would recommend that one reads each and every ... Book Review: Six Hours One Friday, Max Lucado

Worship lover's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/14 Sarah Elisabeth wrote: Is death really the end, or is it the beginning? What did the crucifixion of Jesus Christ mean for that ultimate question? Can there be real hope in it all? In Six Hours One Friday, Max Lucado takes on these questions and more. Using stories from life today and biblical ones, sometimes blending the ... It ministered to my heart

Sarah's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/3 John R Wallace wrote: "If we are not teaching people how to be saved, it is perhaps because we have forgotten the tragedy of being lost! If we're not teaching the message of forgiveness, it may be because we don't remember what it was like to be guilty. And if we're not preaching the cross, it could be that we've subconsciously ... Six Hour's One Friday Review

John R Wallace's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/17 Gail wrote: This is only the second book that I have read by Max Lucado, however, it won't be my last. I enjoyed reading "Six Hours One Friday" and finished it right before the season of Lent started. Mr. Lucado uses story telling just as Jesus did to explain the three different Anchor Points in which his book ... SIX HOURS ONE FRIDAY BY MAX LUCADO

Gail's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/16 kmtroupe wrote: Yes, there will be storms in our lives. Some are small, some are so strong they are epic and life changing. I just finished a book that is a re-release by author John Maxwell, Six Hours One Friday: Living in the Power of the Cross. I liked how he used the following excerpt at the end of a personal story ... Weathers the storms of life

kmtroupe's Rating:

4 Stars