Book Review, “One God One Plan One Life, Max Lucado, Author

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One God One Plan One Life, written by Max Lucado, is a year long devotional book designed for those who are traveling though that wonderful time of life, the teenage years.

For most, the teen years are some of the most difficult years to navigate. Peer pressure is at its highest, body chemistry is adjusting, and a great deal of time is spent trying to figure out who you are and what you want to become. Some come through these years stating that they were the worst years of their lives, but this does not have to be the case.

This devotional is designed to aid any teenager to possess a firm foundation of faith. While it will not prevent them from experiencing any difficulties, it will aid them in approaching these moments with a proper perspective, a Godly perspective.

This devotional publication is not verbose, thus it will easily integrate into the fast paced lifestyle of any teenager or young adult. Through his infamous writing style, Max’s words flow off the pages and deeply penetrate the heart of those reading these wonderful devotions.

This publication contains the ability to enhance the lives of those who utilize its existence. Thus it is a recommended purchase for personal use or a gift for someone special.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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