Outlive Your Life Paperback
You Were Made to Make a Difference
by Max Lucado;
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Outlive Your Life
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The book explores the difficult days in our current world history. With 1.75 billion people desperately poor, natural disasters happening all around us rocking entire nations, and economic uncertainty still reigning across the globe. In Outlive Your Life, Max looks at the gift we have been given, an opportunity to make a big difference.
Out live your life Max Lucado looks back in history and asks questions such as would you have made a stand against Hitlerís power, would you have taken a stand against racism during the Civil Rights Conflict or would you help poverty.
We are created by a great big God to do great works. Max Lucado reminds us that He invites us to outlive our lives, not just in heaven, but here on earth. Encouraging us to live our lives in such a way that the world around us will be glad we did.
Out Live Your Life portrays a movement of different faithful people can change the world through the power of the Lord that gives us the strength.
The royalties and donations from Outlive Your Life are being used to support the work of World Vision in Uganda.
Outlive Your Life by Max Lucado was published by Thomas Nelson in August 2010 and is our 12237th best seller. The ISBN for Outlive Your Life is 9780849946684.
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|Page last updated||11th September 2013|
|Author / Artist||Max Lucado|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (August 2010)|
|Number of Pages||240|