Review: Safety in His Arms

If you've ever read one of Max Lucado's books you know that his writing style is gripping and relational.  He has a wonderful way of connecting your heart with God's – sometimes its like God was speaking directly to you and Max was merely the scribe.

In his book, Safe in the Shepherd's Arms, he takes us through a journey of the 23rd Psalm.  It calls us to bask in the protection of our shepherd (God), to draw close to Him for safety and security, for comfort and healing, for mercy and grace.

God says come to the brook, drink from the waters that heal and restore.  Take a rest in this pasture – I will watch over you – you are safe, you are mine!

So often in life we go from place to place, wandering aimlessly, looking for a pasture to lay our weary bodies down.  We need rest and refreshment.  This book reminds us to slow down, stop by the fold, lay down, drink from the waters that restore, and know that you are special.

May you remember how special you are today.

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