Six Hours One Friday: Anchoring to the Power of the Cross

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Walker, 1996 - Religion - 249 pages
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No matter what the storm clouds bring, you can face your pain with courage and hope. Because two thousand years ago--six hours one Friday--Christ firmly planted in bedrock three solid anchor points. Lives are not futile, failures are not fatal.

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I love how open Max Lucado is in his writing. - Goodreads
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Review: Six Hours One Friday: Living in the Power of the Cross

User Review  - Jill Rippon - Goodreads

Max Lucado is a great writer for my reading abilities or limitations. He has a way to take Biblical events and relate them to events I can identify with. Great read at the perfect time for our book club, we read this April 2014 Easter month. Read full review

Review: Six Hours One Friday: Living in the Power of the Cross

User Review  - Aaron Fullmer - Goodreads

I never thought I'd ever be a book snob, but this one made me realize I must be one. Sorry Max Lucado, I just can't read your literature. I started this book, read the first chapter and hoped it would ... Read full review

About the author (1996)

Minister and best-selling Christian author Max Lucado was educated at Abilene Christian University. He has been pastor of the Oak Hills Church of Christ in San Antonio, Texas since 1988. He also hosts UpWords, a fifteen minute radio show that can be heard in thirty states. Lucado has authored over twenty books, three of which were listed as top ten books on the Christian Booksellers Association list. His book, When God Whispers Your Name, was the number one hardcover book for eight months.

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