Glory Days by Max Lucado | Special Pre-Order Offer and Blog Tour

Are you stuck in the wilderness known as midlife misery? Can you name the day you became a Christian but can’t remember the last time you defeated a temptation or experienced an answered prayer? Find encouragement in Max Lucado’s new book, Glory Days. With God’s help you can close the gap between the person you are and the person you want to be. Like Joshua and the Israelites, you can move from a wilderness existence into a promised inheritance.

Now through August 31, 2015, pre-order Glory Days and receive free gifts!


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{More about Glory Days}

Glory Days (Thomas Nelson, September 2015)

The wilderness. Maybe you know it well.

The Israelites sure did. After all, they spent forty years wandering the desert. Victories were scarce. Progress was slow. They were free from Pharaoh but not free from fear. Saved but stuck.

Sounds a lot like midlife misery. Caught in a rut. Stalled out. Running on empty. Are you mired in the same?

You can name the day you became a Christian and escaped Egypt. But you can’t remember the last time you defeated a temptation or experienced an answered prayer. You’re fighting the same battles you fought the day you came to Christ. You’re out of Egypt, but Egypt’s not out of you.

Isn’t the Christian life supposed to be better than this?

Jesus offers abundant joy. Yet you live with oppressive grief. The epistles speak of grace. You shoulder guilt. You are more than a conqueror yet are commonly conquered by temptation or weaknesses.

But there’s good news. With God’s help you can close the gap between the person you are and the person you want to be. Like Joshua and the Israelites, you can move from a wilderness existence into a promised inheritance.

This is God’s vision for your life. You, at full throttle. You, as you were intended. You, as victor over the Jerichos and giants. You, minus the stumbles, hurts, and hate.

You and your Promised Land life.

Learn more and purchase a copy.

Max Lucado

{More About Max Lucado}

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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    Max Lucado, in this book, has given me freedom from the life I was locked into. I felt such a spiritual stirring as I read this. Many Christians are what would be known as, Wilderness Christians. I thought I was above that and had moved on in my walk with the Lord and in my living. But while devouring Glory Days I found out that maybe I hadn’t moved on as much as I thought. But Max Lucado not only shows the believer where they could be in their walk, but he gives them directions and wisdom in how to move closer to what He wants us to be.

    Written by Giveaway Lady on September 8, 2015
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    Max Lucado has been one of my top ten authors for a very long time and each time I read one of his books, I am encouraged and challenged to dig deeper into God’s word and really allow it to impact me. Recently I had the opportunity read his upcoming release, Glory Days, and once again, Lucado did not disappoint.

    With Glory Days, Max Lucado takes us through the life of Joshua and teaches us that trials and tribulations will happen in our life, wilderness experiences will occur, but God will walk us through, guide us and allow us to grow from the trial to be what He wants us to be.

    The book flowed nicely and was very easy to read and comprehend, written in the very simplistic style that Lucado is well known for. A perfect read for all of us experiencing trial now or in the past, and it will encourage you to move on and grow from it.

    I highly recommend this book and give it a huge thumbs up.

    Written by A Mom After God’s Own Heart on September 2, 2015


    This review is for the book Glory Days by Max Lucado. I will be honest in telling readers that Lucado is one of my all-time favorite authors and speakers, but I will review this book without bias!

    This book focuses on the book of Joshua in the Bible. Lucado is urging us to live in our “glory days” instead of “wilderness days”. We want to live a victorious Christian life, and Lucado’s purpose of this book is to show us how to do that. This involves fixing our eyes on God. Leaving our past behind. Believing in God’s promises. Trusting that He knows what He’s doing.

    Lucado has a great mixture of scripture and personal story-telling in this book. The book is an easy read but has a lot of useful information in it. It was nothing less than what I expect from this author.

    Written by The Talbert Report on September 2, 2015


    Max shares that for believers in Jesus we’ve (hopefully) left our slavery and bondage in Egypt behind, and we’re tired of living in the wilderness of unbelief and we’re ready to cross into our Promised Land. Our Land that is flowing with milk and honey. We’re ready to do battle with the sins that inhabit our promised land and eradicate everything that will prevent our total surrender to God.

    He shares that for the believer the Promised Land isn’t heaven, because in the Israelites promised land they had to do battle with the enemy and in heaven we will have no enemy.

    Written by My Full Cup on September 1, 2015
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    Once again Max does a tremendous job of helping me grow in my spiritual walk. I find his insights are spot on and he does it in a way that my simple mind can understand. By comparing us to Joshua and the Israelites, Max teaches us how to claim our inheritance. This is definately a book that will be read over and over.

    Written by Frugal Shopping and More on August 31, 2015


    This book is heavier and deeper than some of Lucado’s writings. This book would be a fantastic book for someone who is deeply struggling, stuck in the trenches of life with little hope.

    The story of Joshua is a bloody fight to the finish. But that is exactly the point Lucado is trying to make. When we want life to be simple, we are deceived. We must fight the good fight, as Joshua did, if we want to live in our own Glory Days.

    Written by Lavish Bookshelf on August 31, 2015
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    I thoroughly enjoyed another Max Lucado book – sure to be a favorite of many. No matter where you are right now, you have been in the wilderness, or you will be again. This is a great book to remind us of all God’s promises for each of us!

    I hope to pass this book along to friends as I think the message is clear for all – and it is so clear and simple!

    I love Max Lucado – thanks for another wonderful book!!

    Written by Milk & Honey Meadows on August 31, 2015


    This book was exactly what I needed to read in this current season of life. There is so much freedom found from the words.

    Written by Living In This Season on August 31, 2015


    If you have ever had the opportunity to read any of Max Lucado’s works, then you know a key thing: Lucado can take a basic “head knowledge” account from the Bible and take it to a place that causes you to truly slow down, ponder what God is trying to teach within that biblical passage, and then go deeper so you move the “head knowledge” to applied & active “heart knowledge”. And in Glory Days, Lucado does not disappoint as he sets the stage for “Living Your Promised Land Life Now.”

    Lucado does a wonderful job of weaving scripture, personal stories, and biblical situations that allow the book to become an in-depth study on how to apply God’s truth to your life. The book is packed with information, and in order to get the most out of the book as I can, I will probably read it a second time

    Written by Rockin’ My Mom Jeans on August 31, 2015

  • The book is based on the idea that we can remember well the glorious day that we became a Christian and how it changed us, but that life tends to beat us up along the way and we lose the joy of our salvation. We lose that joy-filled wonder and enthusiasm that we once had. We need to rekindle our Holy fire!

    Max Lucado uses the example of Joshua in the Bible to show us that a few disappointments, even stumbles and failures, do not equal spiritual defeat. We can be — and ARE — victorious in Christ.

    If you’re looking for a strong dose of encouragement and the inspiration to tackle the obstacles in your life with faith in God’s promises, Glory Days might be just what you need.

    Written by Embracing Destiny on August 31, 2015


    An absolutely amazing book that helps you see the true joy that surrounds your daily life. It will help open your eyes to see all the things out there for you!

    Written by As They Grow Up on August 31, 2015


    Our family has always loved Max Lucado. Even my oldest who is now 9, always had a special place in her heart for his “Hermie” videos and they messages they portrayed. Once again, I am impressed with Max Lucado’s ability to help believers like myself apply Biblical truths to our lives. He presents the Bible in easy to understand analogies. I think it would be appropriate for new and old believers alike, and I will probably come back to this book just because the truths are so valuable to me. I would highly recommend this book.

    Written by Loving Mommahood on August 30, 2015


    I am never disappointed when I pick up a book written by Max Lucado and Glory Days is another winner in my opinion! While i enjoy the scripture based teaching, I really do look forward to the little life stories that Mr. Lucado peppers through out his work, it’s those stories along with his ease of explaining scripture that makes his books so easy to relate too.

    Written by WV Stitcher on August 30, 2015


    In Glory Days, Max Lucado walks us through the book of Joshua – using Egypt, the desert, and Canaan to metaphorically represent periods in our spiritual lives – to help move us out of the desert areas where many Christians languish, on to the Promised Land that awaits each of us.

    Glory Days is an eye-opening book that will challenge you to evaluate where you are in your spiritual life and will offer you the grace, motivation, and perhaps the nudge you need to move out of your comfort zone and to keep moving towards the destination God is directing you to.

    The thing I love most about this book is that while the world tells us our best days are behind us and our culture celebrates youth and past achievements, Glory Days tells us our best days lie ahead.

    I highly recommend this book!

    Written by Create With Joy on August 30, 2015


    If you’ve ever felt this way then you need to read Glory Days by Max Lucado. It’s a wonderful book filled with practical information on how to help yourself find the joy again. I recommend this book to all who were like I was and in need of someone to help you find the joy and the all that you can be. There is so much out there waiting for us we just have to believe and reach out for it.

    Written by For Him and My Family on August 30, 2015


    So powerful and inspirational, Glory Days makes me feel as if I can really move that mountain. You know that concept of filling an emotional bucket, then emptying it with the trials and temptations of the day? In my opinion, Glory Days is a great way to refill your bucket. This book is especially wonderful for the Christian who has been walking along the path for a while, but has stopped looking for the end of the road. Sometimes I catch myself forgetting that I’m running this race for God, not for myself. It’s a great reminder for those like me who need to remember that God is still fighting, longing for, and loving us.

    Written by Savings in Seconds on August 29, 2015


    As with all of Max Lucado’s previous works this one was very engaging, easy to read and very thought provoking. This books deals with issues that have long been on my heart and mind, how so often we as Christian’s are so downtrodden and living a mere shadow of what we should be. I love how this book addresses those issues and so much more. I love how he talks about the abundant life that we as Christians are supposed to have. This book certainly left me a lot to think about after I read it which is a good sign! I highly recommend this book for those who are longing to live life with more purpose, it will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

    Written by Perfect Beginnings on August 29, 2015


    During the time of Joshua, the Hebews were in their glory days, and Lucado goes on to ask if you are living your glory days or are you stuck wandering in the wilderness? God has intended each of us to be living in our glory days, Lucado shows us through scripture and the story of Joshua how God wanted us to live in our inheritance, to live beyond our pasts and our hurts, beyond our stumbles and our pains.

    The life God has planned for each of us is within our grasp, Lucado has always had a way with words, and a way of teaching and inspiring us to embrace and live the life that is awaiting us. Using scripture and practical life skills, Glory Days will show you that it is possible to get out of the wilderness and embrace the life that God has promised us.

    Written by Elle in Organic Shoes on August 28, 2015


    This book is a warm hug, a comfort, a good night’s sleep. It’s for anyone dealing with their own personal crisis, their own “Jericho.” Something you perceive as too great for you to handle. I’m currently dealing with mine and it’s terrifying. I had no idea when I signed up for this review that I’d be blessed so incredibly by Max Lucida’s message. I won’t go into details about my situation but I will tell you that this book spoke to my heart and gave me peace. God has already won the battle- I’m forever His! What is plaguing you? Addiction, illness, sin, your past, worry, lack of faith? God is by your side and your best days are ahead. Trust in Him. Call on Him. “It’s just a matter of time before your Jericho comes down.”

    Written by Morning Glories and Moonflowers on August 28, 2015


    Glory Days is accessible to all. It is a good book to reinforce and assure Christians. It is also a great book to give to non-Christians who are struggling in their lives.

    Written by MysteriesEtc on August 28, 2015
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    I first fell in love with Max Lucado’s words through his children’s books. The day probably won’t come that I don’t get a little bit teary eyed when reading Just in Case You Ever Wonder. But Glory Days is a grown up book about grown-up problems. . . .

    Full review at

    Written by Big Hair and Books on August 28, 2015


    This book was really life changing for me. I highlighted it throughout and want to read it again and again. Yes, some of it I already knew – like how important it is to read our Bible and pray – but the way Max Lucado writes gives you a deeper desire to know God and to get out of the wilderness you’re in.

    I highly recommend this book. I enjoyed it very much and learned a tremendous amount. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.

    Written by Julie – More of Him on August 27, 2015
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    I loved the topic and the way Lucado expresses himself. He is always a pleaser. The one thing I didn’t like and it’s probably just me on this, was that almost every verse he referenced, used a different version of the Bible. Now there was some reuses of some obviously, but to me this is distracting and well surprising from Lucado. However, on his website, he says the following

    What version of the Bible does Max use? The Bible was originally written in ancient Hebrew and Greek, with a few sections in Aramaic. Therefore, any English Bible is a translation. In his bible study, Max uses many different versions interchangeably. He is not a Greek scholar, so he leaves the translating work to the experts, and accepts these many versions prayerfully inviting God’s direction in his study.

    That being said, I get the jest of using so many versions of the Bible to study. For Reference. So for me that was the only thing I didn’t like. But still all in all, this book is right up there with all the rest of his books, and kicks it out of the park!

    Written by Memawsstuff on August 27, 2015
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    As I read Glory Days by Max Lucado for review, I realized once again that God’s timing is perfect. The study of the book of Joshua is exactly what I needed right now. The author’s emphasis on the importance of the Word and the character of God and God’s desire that we each claim the inheritance He has given us through Jesus Christ in salvation are reminders of how I am to live each day. Glory Days is a book that I will read more than once in order to absorb the biblical principles the author emphasizes. I want to enter my promised land and to live each day to the fullest, knowing that no matter what circumstances and trials I may face, these are truly God’s Glory Days here on earth.

    Written by The Writer’s Tool on August 27, 2015


    Glory Days is the latest engaging and potentially life-changing read by Max Lucado. We’ve all taken our laps around the desert on our way to the Promised Land after being rescued from the bondage of sin. Life in the wilderness can get you down, but Lucado encourages with this book on Promised Land living based on the Scriptural text of the book of Joshua.

    Covering topics including Inheritance, Listening, Trust, Prayer and Remembrance, Lucado offers hope for Promised Land living here on earth before we reach our true Promised Land. Glory Days is easily digestible and packed with encouragement and practical life application. This is a must read for any Christian whose walk with Christ isn’t everything they want it to be.

    Written by WORD Up! on August 27, 2015


    Wow what a book!!! Yes, it has opened my eyes and heart. When I started reading this book I felt that God was showing me that I was still in the wilderness walking in circles and it was time to take the next step. This is a perfect book for a bible study in a group or alone. Yes, I will pass this book along to Bro. Chad and suggest we have a bible study on it.

    This book is well written and references scriptures in the bible to back up the ideas put forth. It’s designed to be easily read. It begins with the explanations of what the Promised Land is and each section explains how to go about reaching it.

    Written by At Home Book Review on August 27, 2015


    Max Lucaco’s latest book challenges believers to know and believe what God’s Word tells us! We ARE redeemed, and Holy Spirit power dwells within us! We need to stop thinking we are fighting to win, but realize we are fighting from a place of VICTORY! Yes, our lives will be filled with trials as we walk through this world – we’re not home yet. But while we are here in this life, we can live and love and make an eternal difference in the world around us!

    Lucado teaches from God’s Word throughout this book. It is a magnificent teaching tool filled with challenges and encouragement! I am happy to recommend it to you!!

    Written by Window To My World on August 27, 2015
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    This is a life-changing book! Every chapter was full of wonderful truths and I filled nine pages with quotes by the time I finished the book. This author made me see Joshua in a whole new light and I loved it! The way he drew parallels from the Israelite’s battles to Christian’s lives today was brilliant! Sorry this review is so short but there really isn’t much more to be said except that this book is amazing and I highly recommend it to all Christians whether they are new believers or have had a relationship with Jesus for many years!

    Written by Christian Novels on August 27, 2015


    The intended audience for this book is for believers. I had a bit of difficulty understanding some aspects of the book. I felt like I could not review it, until a friend pointed out that Max Lucado writes as from friend to friend, sipping some nice fresh tea, conversing with the believer. This is not a book to be devoured in one sitting. But, devoured slowly as from friend to friend.

    Written by New Horizon Reviews on August 25, 2015


    With the same ease and accessibility I have seen the few other Max Lucado books I’ve read, Glory Days: Living Your Promised Land Life Now addresses the topic of living the life God intends for all believers. I found many of the points valuable and worth noting and appreciated the overall message of the book. I think any Christian could find Lucado’s new book beneficial and encouraging and would recommend it.

    Written by Book by Book on August 24, 2015
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    Max Lucado is one of my favorite Bible teachers today, for he beautifully crafts emotional word pictures that make me think and then pick up my Bible to go deeper. His impactful style of writing is such that anyone can relate to it, from the new Christian to seasoned believers. While I’ve enjoyed all that I’ve read by Max so far, Glory Days just might be one of his best teaching resources as he carries us up close and personal through the book of Joshua. Now I’m eager to begin again and go deeper, maybe even memorizing a few Scriptures that are especially meaningful to me. Highly recommended.

    Written by The Power of Words on August 24, 2015


    I have not read every book Max Lucado has written, but I have read several of his over the years. This has got to be the best book for adults he has written. I was telling a friend about it, and as I was describing it I realized I was making it sound like a prosperity book….which it is not.

    Lucado focuses on Joshua and the children of Israel as they enter the promised land and take Jericho and other cities. He makes the point that these were the best days of Israel – their glory days, and that just like them, we can also have our glory days.

    Going through the book of Joshua, Lucado takes lessons from their victories and failures and applies them to our lives. He points out that we have walls of doubt and fear and most of us are not living our full potential as a Christian. I found myself convicted and encouraged as I read the book, and it also have me a new fresh look at the book of Joshua and the lessons I can learn from it.

    The book was interesting and an easy read that packs a great message. I highly recommend it.

    Written by Thoughts of a Sojourner on August 24, 2015
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    Basically, Glory Days is a deeper look at the Old Testament book of Joshua as it applies to our lives as New Testament followers of Jesus. Some of the truths in here will do a Gibbs-slap on your spirit (any NCIS fans in the house?). Some of the truths will refresh a battle-weary soul. All of the truths are timely and imperative for the times in which we live. Full of Bible verses to encourage and empower, Glory Days would be perfect for a small group discussion study. If you feel restless or dry as a Jesus-follower, you need to read Glory Days. The stories (both Biblical and illustrative) will not only encourage you but will also serve as signposts along the journey toward your spiritual Promised Land.

    Written by Reading Is My SuperPower on August 24, 2015


    My very first impression of the whole idea of Glory Days by Max Lucado is wow. This book is so eye opening. How many Christians are living life in the wilderness seeking the chosen land. WE should be fighting from Victory not for Victory. We already have all the blessings and promises of God and our Savior so we should live like it. My bookmark sums up one point- Rejoice! We can rejoice in the Promised Land and our life as Christians. I am enjoying this devotional by learning of the Israelites journey and my own. This book is filled with good news and how we should stop just going through the motions and live our life the way God intends. Our best days are ahead and we need to live life to the fullest in the Promised land life.

    Written by Buzz4Mommies on August 24, 2015


    Glory Days is the title of Lucado’s latest book. It is also the term he uses to describe a Christian life that is lived to its fullest potential, utilizing all that God has to offer. In the book, Lucado takes the reader on a journey through the book of Joshua, which is found in the Bible. He compares our spiritual lives to the lives of the Hebrews in Egypt (captivity), the wilderness (defeat), and Canaan (the Promised Land).

    Written by tammycookblogsbooks on August 24, 2015


    In Glory Days, Max Lucado takes the Israelites’ journey chronicled in Joshua to show how Christians can get out of the wilderness and find their Canaan, their Promised Land.

    Each chapter is incredibly practical and reads like a mini sermon (an interesting one). Lucado uses scripture to back up every point he makes.

    I finished this book with passages highlighted, notes jotted in the margins, and much to think about. I highly recommend it!

    Written by Christian Chick’s Thoughts on August 23, 2015

  • He especially points out that we need to be reading our Bible so we know the voice of our Shepherd and obey it. A study done shows it’s the most important tool in our spiritual growth. I loved the personal examples from his life, the inspiring stories of people he’s met and a few from famous people. The book was very encouraging and had great practical advice.

    Written by Veronica’s ‘Views on August 22, 2015


    I really enjoyed this book overall, but there were a few sections that stood out to me. One section is the chapter that focuses on Joshua 6 and the story of Jericho. In here, Max shares, “Keep walking. For all you know this may be the day the walls come down. You may be only steps from a moment like this.” The other chapter that really stood out to me was the Don’t Trust Stuff chapter. It is so easy to get caught up in things of the world and everything that is deemed important today, right this very moment; however ultimately that is not what is most important and God is the one who will be the one to always be there and catch us each and every time.

    Written by Moments on August 22, 2015
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    As always, Max Lucado hits the mark with Glory Days, and with references and parallels to an Old Testament book that I personally don’t go back to often. Glory Days awakes our own vulnerabilities and aids us in releasing the stronghold of the past, the fear and whatever it is that hinders you. Mr. Lucado balances the use of modern testimonies with the timeless scripture passages throughout the Bible, with emphasis of the story in Joshua. As a pastor of his church, Mr. Lucado uses his pastoral insights with a relate-able ease in speaking with us, as in personally with Glory Days. Check out my full review & a monthly book giveaway on:

    Written by Just Commonly on August 20, 2015


    In Glory Days, Max likens the Christian life to that of the Israelites. The land of Canaan represents the victorious Christian life while the wilderness represents a defeated Christian life. We aren’t meant to live defeated lives we are meant to live our Glory Days because God has freed us.

    Glory Days
    was a great read and it gave me a great confidence that I feel I’ve been lacking. It reminded me that God doesn’t want us to lead a defeated life he wants us to live a victorious life.

    Written by Small Biz Dad on August 20, 2015


    Glory Days is another amazing read, as well as awesome Bible Study for yourself, a small group or Sunday School class. This one is on my list of Bible Studies to go through slow and get a deeper insight of what the Christian life is really about. I highly recommend this really good book that has helped me with a number of issues in my life. You will learn here how to leave worry and fear behind, stop just going through the motions, overcome rejections, and so much more!

    Written by Splashes of Joy on August 19, 2015


    Perhaps you feel like you’re wandering in the wilderness. Trust me, you’re not alone. We all–if we’re truthful–have those times. But just like Israel, the story doesn’t have to end there. The wandering can end, and you can enter into what you have been promised. You can live in your glory days…

    Written by A Dad First on August 19, 2015


    I have always enjoyed Max Lucado’s writing style – he really talks to the normal, everyday person in normal, everyday language that is easy to understand and easy to apply to your life. In his latest book, Glory Days: Living Your Promised Land Now, follows the Biblical book of Joshua as he gives his readers a plan for living out God’s promises in their lives today.

    Joshua faced his Jericho and overcame the great odds against him to bring his people to the Promised Land – and today’s Christian’s can overcome their odds and hardships to find their own promised land through acceptance and forgiveness. Lucado lays out the verses in a logical and uplifting manner, using personal stories along the way to emphasize how God’s plan can work in everyone’s life.

    Written by Sharon’s Garden of Book Reviews on August 18, 2015


    In the most recent book by popular author Max Lucado, he parallels the life of Joshua and the Israelites to that of church members. Most importantly, you and me. I love how Max started out talking about the percentage of church goers who are like Joshua, on fire for the Lord. The number was shockingly low! From there, he goes on to weave the Scriptures together with stories from his life and the lives of others, all fitting together nicely with the time of Joshua.
    This is an excellent book that is a great addition to a personal library,
    church library, or as a gift. I loved that it challenges readers to be better Christians.

    Written by Inklings and Notions on August 17, 2015


    Don’t miss this life changing book by Max! Victories are in store for your life, don’t miss out by staying stuck in the wilderness! God wants to get you out of the wandering desert and into your promised land despite all the junk that will trip you up in this life! Loved this book! I highly recommend it!

    Written by Running Through The Storms on August 16, 2015
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    Glory Days is a book that you might want to read a few times. Once for the primary impact that it will have on your life then again for the truth that you missed the first time. You will want to give this book to family and friends so that they can know how to talk to God as well. They will always remember your gift and thank you for it.

    Written by Vic’s Media Room on August 16, 2015


    Disclosure: I received this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own. Affiliate links included.

    In the book, the author compares the wilderness people (me) to the promised land people (who I want to be). I see that I have a terrible mindset, which I want to shake off. I see characteristics in the promised people that I want to instill in myself.

    What really stuck with my while reading this book is the section on fear, anger, and bitterness, which are my biggest walls rights now. I have let these control my thoughts and action for too long. The author shares more on how these and other things do not have to be our Jericho anymore.

    Written by This Mom’s Delight on August 15, 2015


    I like the way Max Lucado uses real life stories that people can relate to. He quotes the Bible verses (written out, with references included) so you don’t need to read with a Bible handy (unless you want to) and you can squeeze a sermon in whenever you need spiritual food–lunch breaks, evening reading, morning quiet time, break time, whenever.

    Written by Lighthouse Academy on August 15, 2015
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    I liked Lucado’s lessons of encouragement from Joshua. This book is full of spiritual insight. If you feel like you are wandering in the wilderness, as many Christians do, Lucado has excellent teaching for turning your back on that wilderness and moving into the Promised Land. Glory days are ahead.

    Written by Book Reviews from an Avid Reader on August 14, 2015
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    Glory Days helps readers make that connection. It helped me remember that God desires His best for me right now.

    Written by JoJo’s Corner on August 14, 2015


    This book will show you how to have the life you always wanted as a Christian, to learn to live your life fighting from victory and not for victory for the battle has already been won by Jesus. How to live a life knowing that better days are ahead and how to overcome rejection by understanding what it means to be a child of God. This book also teaches you how to change those negative mindsets we often make permanent in our life and how to understand the right voice to listen to instead of the wrong one. It leads us to make better choices in our spiritual life and leads us to a great fulfillment of the future God has laid out just for us, if we are only willing to take that first step of faith.

    Written by Reviews From The Heart on August 14, 2015
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    an amazing book that puts you right back to the days of when our lord walk this earth and his disciples fought for him. max takes you on journey though the glory days of the bible and the ones that await you. this is such a great read and i’m reading it twice!

    Written by pamela black blog on August 13, 2015


    This book is designed to help those not only those who are suffering from extreme circumstances, but those suffering from apathy, boredom and depression. By following the Old Testament account of Joshua, this book offers real help by applying what we can learn from the account of Joshua to our modern day problems! Most of us have our Caanan or trek in the wilderness. If you feel like your life is stagnating or struggling with self esteem or striving to achieve a goal- you will get something out of this book.

    Written by Lemon Bee Book & Blog on August 13, 2015


    With the Israelites as your guide, Max Lucado helps you fight your own personal Egypt and can show you how you too, can live a Promised Land life.

    Written by A Simple Life, really?! on August 11, 2015


    In this book, you will find steps to take to claim your promise land life: prayer, action, remembrance, and faith. I highly recommend reading this important book because it will help you rediscover your Glory Days and live in the victory in which God meant for you.

    Like the Hebrews who wondered in the wilderness dessert for 40 years, I too could have never left my Glory Days if I had held on to the promises of God and the Cross. If I had continued in my fellowship of belief in Him. Lucado confirms this in his book. He urges us to let the cross convince us and to be settled about God’s faithfulness and His salvation.

    Written by Maryandering Creatively on August 11, 2015


    Lucado enumerates “Glory Days Value Statements” to help us leave fear and worry behind, deal with our doubt, demolish our strongholds, overcome rejection and dare to live. Joshua and the Israelites didn’t have the pleasure of seeing their future. We can look at their experience and glean wisdom from their successes and failures. Lucado does an excellent job incorporating modern testimonies and stories with the biblical account in Joshua.

    If you like Max Lucado, this will definitely be one of your favorites.

    Written by I am Believing God on August 11, 2015


    I am a big Max Lucado, and I am always thrilled to have the opportunity to review his newest release. Glory Days provides a study of the book of Joshua. He specifically tackles the disconnect between the promises found in the Bible related to the lives of Christians and the lives most Christians are living today. This book is well written and provides much to think about for the reader.

    While this complimentary book was provided for review by Litfuse Publicity Group, no other compensation was given. All remarks are my personal and honest opinions.

    Written by Once Upon a Storyville on August 11, 2015
    Read my full review: Will post when book releases


    Max Lucado does it again, teaches us to know how to enjoy the wonders of GOD and make this your Glory Days. This book teaches of how to drop the luggage off and get into the everyday life of happiness and enjoyment that GOD intends it to be. This is a quick read and covers it all in the normal Max style. Do it today, change your life and get up and get going for GOD.

    I would recommend this book to any Max fan, anyone that wants to fulfill life with what is missing in a very easy, plain and simple way. The book is the study of Joshua that teaches us to understand that the bible had many trials and tribulations, however, the goal is the Promise Land. I enjoyed this book and it was easy to apply the lessons to everyday life.

    Written by Deb’s Book Review on August 10, 2015


    Max Lucado does it again with Glory Days. In Glory Days he draws the comparison between the geographical location of the Israelites location to our spiritual life. The three geographical locations were Egypt, The wilderness and the Canaan the promised land. Egypt is our condition before salvation, the wilderness is our life after salvation but haven’t completely learned to trust God and Canaan is our spiritual life after we learn to completely and totally trust God in everything. He writes that we can live our promised land life now and I couldn’t agree more.I believe everyone should read this book, you will not be disappointed. It opened my eyes to things that I never thought before. Just like his other books he gives plenty of scripture to support his thoughts.

    I gave this book a 5 star. I highly recommend this book.

    Written by The Mary Book Reader on August 10, 2015