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He Still Moves Stones

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Why does the Bible contain so many stories of hurting people? America's favorite pastor writes that the purpose of these portraits isn't to tell what ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.667
whocooksforyou

Emotionally gripping

by whocooksforyou on Jan 3, 2012

These short stories are easy to read and make a good start for group discussion. Review questions are good. Scripture references to study are included. Helps us understand how Jesus relates to us as humans and has the answers for our shortcomings and unfortunate circumstances.

DeaconDick

Once in a Blue Moon

by DeaconDick on Jul 17, 2008

A writer of such sensitivity and ability among Christian writers come along once in a blue moon. Lucado has the rare gift of using everyday experiences to teach timeless truths.

stuandi

He Still Moves Stones

by stuandi on Feb 14, 2008

Excellent read! Lucado has a way of making the Bible come alive for those of us who aren't scholars of the Jewish culture. Bible stories or scripture passages about Jesus just pop off the page with 3-D, you-are-there imagery. Depth of understanding and pathos illuminate the person of Jesus Christ in previously untaught ways, depending on one's experience and familiarity. Vivid, personal depictions of Jesus not only bring one into the event in a humble, moving way to help the reader grasp the person of Jesus during the height of His ministry on earth 2000 years ago, but also help the reader make personal applications to their life situations today. Alive and vital. Wonderful for casual readers, seekers and seasoned believers.

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