Book Review: Fearless (Imagine Your Life Without Fear)

March 13, 2012 — 3 Comments




















I’ve got to admit right up front: I’m a big fan of Max Lucado’s writing. I have been inspired and personally helped by many of his previous books. “Fearless” was no exception.

While I wouldn’t have categorized my self as a person who is plagued by a lot of fears, I would say that I have a tendency to get overwhelmed and stressed out by life. What Lucado made me realize is that stress is just a result of fear – fear of not being in control.

As with all of Lucado’s books, it is easy to both read and understand. “Fearless” is chock full of things you can apply to your life right now.

Whether you struggle with fear or are just an average worrier, pick up a copy of “Fearless” and read it today. You will soon come to realize that God’s call to “Fear not for I am with you always,” is your road home from fear.

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Pat Callahan

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3 responses to Book Review: Fearless (Imagine Your Life Without Fear)

  1. Inspiring book! I'm not familiar with Max Lucado’s writing and the name of the book is highly encouraging. I hope after reading the book entirely fear will become more manageable. Thanks for the preview of the book in short.

  2. I took, wouldn’t neccessarily say I struggle with fear, but I do get those feelings, commonly associated with it. With that said, I think a good amount of fear is good, though I’m still interested in reading this book. Maybe I’ll give it a look in.

  3. great issues altogether, you just won a new reader.
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    in the past? Any certain?

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