Grace! It is a powerful and often misunderstood concept. And it is foundational to our faith. Max Lucado in Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine attempts to wrap his readers’ minds around this complicated and important word by showing examples of grace in action in the lives of ordinary people, who often prove themselves extraordinary, and the pages of the Bible. Lucado notes that we often have a wimpy picture of grace and that he wants readers to understand the transformative power of grace. The grace that Lucado offers is one that reshapes the recipient giving us a heart transplant in his words. The chapters of Grace shows how grace changes us to be more giving, more caring, and more receptive to the work of God. The main text is followed by a study guide.
So, if you have read and liked a Max Lucado book before, you probably know what you are getting in Grace. The book is easy to read and Lucado’s strength is his ability to write in a clear and entertaining way. Most anyone can pick up and understand this book. The chapters are brief and easy to read through in a devotional style. So, if you have read and not liked a Max Lucado book before, you probably know what you are getting in Grace. So for those who dislike Lucado’s style you already are well aware of this and probably should not pick up this book. Grace is a typical Lucado book sure to please Lucado’s core audience.