• Come Thirsty

  • No Heart Too Dry for His Touch
  • By: Max Lucado
  • Narrated by: Mike Flynn
  • Length: 3 hrs and 37 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-14-05
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.2 (73 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Are you a dry sponge? Edgy and rigid? Ineffective? Would you like to be softened up some? Would you like to be more useful in the hands of the One who made you? Then come to the well, says Max Lucado. Scientists assure us that humans can't live without water, and we don't even attempt it. But survival without God? Oh, we sip, we taste, but we're prone to go extended times without a good drink from the well of the Lord. And we pay the price for doing so. We shrink. We coil and re-coil against the world...organs harden...hearts harden.
In this renewing and life-giving audiobook, Max Lucado leads us to the four essential nutrients needed by every soul.
Come to the cross and know that your sins are pardoned and your death is defeated. Receive Christ's energy and believe that you can do all things through the one who gives you strength. Receive his Lordship, knowing that you belong to him and that He looks out for you. Receive his love and feel confident that nothing can separate you from it.
Come, with Max, to the well...to Christ's work on the cross, his energy, his Lordship, and his Love.
©2005 Max Lucado (P)2018 Thomas Nelson
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Critic Reviews

"[Lucado] handles weighty issues (how can God be good and omnipotent, but still allow bad things to happen?) without being insincere or cavalier....His writing seems to come not from the pulpit high above but from the guy next door who understands what it's like to be where readers are." (Publishers Weekly)
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