The Applause of Heaven
It comes from God and it is within your reach ... The applause of heaven.
A joy that can't be quenched? A peace that can't be broken? A happiness that can't be threatened?
There is such a joy. It is a sacred delight, a holy gladness. You can't open your Bible without reading about it. You can't live a truly satisfying life without it. And it's nearer than you think.
Jesus describes that sacred delight in the astonishing mountain message we now call the Beatitudes. And Max Lucado, in this classic exploration of enduring joy, shows you how this familiar but revolutionary prescription for living can bless your life beyond your wildest imagining.
Imagine God doing what gods would do only in your wildest dreams -- wearing diapers, riding donkeys, washing feet, dozing in storms -- dying for you mistakes. Imagine having God as your pinch-hitter, you lawyer, your dad, you biggest fan, and you best friend. Imagine having the King of kings in your cheering section and hearing the applause of heaven ring out ... just for you.
But don't just imagine it. Open your heart to it -- the heavenly joy of knowing the God who delights in you.
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Its a great book. It is a inspiring book. Reading it made me want to dig deeper in Gods word. Mr. Lucado has a way with words that God uses to bring you closer to God and His will for yor life. I highly reccomend this book. Read full review
I just finished reading the 1990 edition of this book, and if I could recommend you one book to read this year it would be this book. I received new insight into things I had not noticed before. He ... Read full review
1 Sacred Delight
2 His Summit
3 The AZuent Poor
4 The Kingdom of the Absurd
5 The Prison of Pride
6 Touches of Tenderness
7 The Glory in the Ordinary
8 The Bandit of Joy
12 The State of the Heart
13 Nice Palace but No King
14 Seeds of Peace
15 The Greasy Pole of Power
16 The Dungeon of Doubt
17 The Kingdom Worth Dying For
18 The Applause of Heaven
9 A Satisfied Thirst
10 Life in the Pits
11 The Father in the Face of the Enemy