Traveling Light: Releasing the Burdens You Were Never Intended to Bear Paperback – 21 Dec 2010
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About the Author
More than 120 million readers have found inspiration and encouragement in the writings of Max Lucado. He lives with his wife, Denalyn, and their mischievous mutt, Andy, in San Antonio, Texas, where he serves the people of Oak Hills Church.
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Top Customer Reviews
Traveling Light is a verse-by-verse exploration of Psalm 23, brought to life by comparing us to travelers weighed down with excess spiritual baggage. Each chapter identifies a different burden that we may be carrying in our life: flawed views of God, self-reliance, discontent, weariness, worry, hopelessness, guilt, arrogance, facing death, grief, fear, loneliness, shame, disappointment, envy, doubt and the longing for heaven.
This walk through the 23rd Psalm reminds and encourages us to take God at His word and release those burdens to Him. As usual, Lucado supports his material with plenty of scripture, sharp analogies and just the right amount of humor. For added impact, be sure to work through the study guide at the end of the book. Then get ready to lose some luggage.
Larry Hehn, author of Get the Prize: Nine Keys for a Life of Victory
A most enjoybale book at a much needed time. Psalm 23 a psalm known by millions, but Max Lucado breaks it down and brings it back to life again. Written in an easy and understandable way, Max Lucando is one of the best Christian Authors of Present times.
This book was leant to me by a friend to read when things were hard and the burdens i was carrying were to much to bear.
I could not put the book down and completed it in a week.
The more i read the more i wanted to continue. Max Lucado brought out so many truths about the Lord as our King and shepheard, how he is there to carry our burdens, and how we need to learn to give our burdens to God, and travel light.
Psalm 23 will never mean the same to me again as now i have read this book it has been so refreshing and the most well known Psalm of all time now has a new and life changing meaning to me.
His exploration of Psalm 23 is fresh and well matched to the topic, with no sense of him 'twisting' scripture to fit his arguments.
I like the way Lucado identifies the different types of luggage we tend to carry with us through the day, and the detailed study guide at the end makes this both a practical and potentially life-changing book.
Max breaks Psalm 23 into specific verses and uses Scripture and personal stories to explain God's promises. Each chapter tackes a different issue such as guilt, fear, loneliness, worry and hopelessness and where to find answers to such issues in the Word.
I found the analogy on God's timing being different to ours most helpful. Well worth a considered read. 4 or 5 definitely! Enjoy your days.
For men too, if not especially! :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have read this twice and each time I got something fresh. His style is ridiculously simple but poignant, straightforward and deep. Read morePublished 9 months ago by michelle watson
Great Author and an excellent book - need encouragement? - read this book :-)Published 12 months ago by J. Thompson
I've bought and read this book at least 3 times and given it away to as many people! The 23 psalm is one of the best known verses of the bible - but the way that Max Lucado brings... Read morePublished 16 months ago by c e mormen
This book is excellent. Easy to read and so well written. Max Lucado has a style of writing that is so easy to read (or listen to). Read morePublished 18 months ago by Linda Hawkes