Max Lucado is a well-known author and preacher, and what do well-known authors and preachers get? They get a lot of mail and e-mails asking them to answer questions. It would probably be impossible for Lucado to answer every single question asked of him, but in Max on Life, he tries to do just that. He gives us his answers to questions about topics like hope, hurt, help, him/her, home, haves/haves-nots, and hereafter.
Lucado continues to use his easy-to-understand way of writing to answer some of life’s hard questions. His analogies made it simple to relate to the questioner even if I had never been in a similar situation. It is a good guidebook to helping others who may have the same questions about why certain things happen, or how someone can respond to an experience. Because this book covers many topics, the author is only able to answer with a basic response. It does not go in-depth on any one question, and some readers may not be satisfied with that response. For anyone looking for more information, they may have to look elsewhere, or read one of Lucado’s other books.
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