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

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Dec 31, 2012 - Religion - 240 pages
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Does life feel futile? Doesn't have to.

Do some of your failures seem fatal? They aren't.

And your death. Does the grave appear to be the final stop? According to Christ, your death is just the start of the something great.

There is a truth greater than all the losses and sorrows of life. And it can be discovered in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

In Six Hours One Friday, Max Lucado delves into the meaning of Jesus' last hours on the cross. Through his death, your life has purpose and meaning. You are forgiven and loved by a Savior who died for you. And an empty tomb proclaims that death does not have the final word.

"Peace where there should be pain. Confidence in the midst of crisis. Hope defying despair. Does death have the last word? I can see Jesus wink as he gives the answer, Not on your life."

 

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User Review  - Dr JSK - Christianbook.com

Six Hours One Friday: Living The Power Of The Cross, written by Max Lucado, is a book that seeks to demonstrate the power found within the Six Hours One Friday where the plan of God came to its ... Read full review

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User Review  - Elaine - Christianbook.com

Just received this book yesterday and finished it today. I could not put it down. I suggest that everyone read this book weather you are a new believer in Christ or have know Christ as your Savior for a long time...Here is a heart felt refresher course! READ IT! Read full review

Contents

1 Hurricane Warnings
1
My Life Is Not Futile
13
My Failures Are Not Fatal
57
My Death Is Not Final
101
Study Guide
141
Notes
215
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More than 120 million readers have found inspiration and encouragement in the writings of Max Lucado. He lives with his wife, Denalyn, and their mischievous mutt, Andy, in San Antonio, Texas, where he serves the people of Oak Hills Church.

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