So decent, in fact, that you resolve to give the next day the same fighting chance. Despite hang-ups and bang-ups, giving the day a chance works! You do the same the next day, and the next. Days become a week. Weeks become months. Months become years of good days.
In such a fashion, good lives are built. One good day at a time.
Max Lucado's goal in Every Day Deserves a Chance is to help you have that good day every day.
©2007 Max Lucado, (P)2007 Thomas Nelson Publishers
i was turned by the religious bent of this book and stopped listening after about 20 minutes. the description made no mention that this book was written by a bible-thumper, and reviews were not available at the time i purchased it. a complete waste of my money! no wonder it was on sale.
This book is so filled with bible citations, that I feel like back in church. Nothing wrong with God, but I ended up quitting church because of the know-it-all preachers who can always rave one more bible passage, in order to gain credibility of their own views.
For me, it makes this book both boring, monotonous, and gives me the overall impression that this Mac Lucado guy can't stand up for himself, but needs to underline everything with a few sentences from the bible.
I found this purchase to be a waste of money. Get Russel Simmons Do You! instead, for both an optimistic outlook, and some faith-inspiring talk. He gets it.
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