Great Day Every Day Paperback
Navigating Life's Challenges with Promise and Purpose
by Max Lucado;
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Great Day Every Day
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Max Lucado shares stories from daily life and from the Bible to illustrate how every day, even bitter days and fearful days, can be transformed into truly great days. Starting with the familiar “This is the day the Lord has made, we will rejoice and be glad in it”. Max Locado guides you through stories from Jesus’ life as the ultimate example of rejoicing in the day given.
But Great Day Every Day is no trite ‘just look for the silver-lining’ platitude. Instead it’s an admission that unseen but favourable forces populate and direct the affairs of humanity. There really is more to life than meets the eye. And if you can build one great day on top of another, then you’re on your way to a great life.
Originally published as ‘Every Day Deserves A Chance’, 'Great Day Every Day' contains a brand new section called “Change Your Day, Change Your Life: A 30-Day Journey”. Written by Lance Wubbels, this memorable formula for upgrading each day to Great Day status: Grace + Oversight + Direction = GOD gives you a month-long plan to prove for yourself the the practical ideas in 'Great Day Every Day'.
Great Day Every Day by Max Lucado was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2011 and is our 7010th best seller. The ISBN for Great Day Every Day is 9781404183575.
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Details for Great Day Every Day
|Page last updated||8th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Max Lucado|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2011)|
|Number of Pages||176|