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Publisher's Summary

The life of the biblical David is a model for handling tough times in our lives. Using the five "stones" of Past, Prayer, Priority, Passion, and Persistence, Max Lucado illustrates how we are all equipped to handle diversity and face the giants in our lives.

Note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

©2006 Max Lucado; (P)2007 Grupo Nelson

Critic Reviews

"Megaseller Lucado, with 40 million books in print, will draw more readers to his fold with this newest release, which focuses on the life of the Old Testament hero David....his spiritual depth will challenge and amaze." (Publishers Weekly)

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Great book!, the performance could of been better

Would you consider the audio edition of Enfrente a Sus Gigantes [Facing Your Giants] to be better than the print version?

No, the lack of emotions and reading ability of the narrator made it somewhat tedious

What was one of the most memorable moments of Enfrente a Sus Gigantes [Facing Your Giants]?

The way David dealt with the problems he had with the king and the maturity he achieved through those times that later prepared him to become king

What didn’t you like about Donald Miller’s performance?

He lacks emotion, there is only one tone in which he reads and the punctuation marks aren't always considered. Even though the book is great and it has lots of recommendations given by Max Lucado, the audio makes it slow, monotonous and lacking the passion of the book.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

No