10 Quotes from Max Lucado’s ‘Before Amen’


My thanks to Walter – he has brought a post that has changed the way I will see many things past, present and future:

“Life is a gift, albeit unassembled. It comes in pieces, and sometimes it falls into pieces.”

Float on those words this Sunday. Meander through the blame of “bad things” past, the complexity of “living right” today, and our common fear of the future – and all the changes we have yet to experience.

“Life is a gift, albeit unassembled. It comes in pieces, and sometimes it falls into pieces.”

Wow!!

Walter Bright

When Prayer Flows

If you want to take you prayer life to another level of simplicity and ease, “Before Amen” is for you. It is inviting and inspiring. The focus remains on the Father all through the book. In essence, that is exactly what prayer is all about.

Enjoy a few quotes that jumped off the pages:

“Before you face your world, face you Father.”

“Prayer is conversation with God while driving to work or awaiting an appointment or before interacting with a client. Prayer can be the internal voice that directs the external action.”

“Guilt leaves a tattooed heart.”

Just as a happy child cannot mis-hug, the sincere heart cannot mis-pray”

“Prayer is the hand of faith on the door handle of your heart; the willing pull; the happy welcome to Jesus.”

“Prayers are not graded according to style.”

“You are never more like Jesus than when you pray…

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