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ISBN: 1581341342
Author: Douglas Klauba,Max Lucado
Language: English
Publisher: Crossway; First Printing edition (April 27, 2000)
Pages: 32
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Kids
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 705
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Max Lucado is a best-selling inspirational author and speaker, and a minister of preaching at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas.

Max Lucado is a best-selling inspirational author and speaker, and a minister of preaching at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas. Over the years, Lucado has been featured in countless national media outlets, dubbed "America's Pastor" by Reader's Digest and Christianity Today, and even named one of the most influential leaders in social media by the New York Times. His books include You Are Special, If Only I Had a Green Nose, and The.

See contact information and details about Douglas Klauba Artworks. Two children's books in print: All You Ever Need by Max Lucado; Forever Friends by Joni Tada and Melody Anderson and two art books: Douglas Klauba Sketchbook and A Fistful Of Lead. HOW Design Magazine 5th Annual Self-Promotion Honorable Mention. International Academy of Communications Arts & Sciences Gold.

Lucado, Max; Klauba, Douglas, il. by arrangement with Crossway Books, a division of Good News Publishers.

Lucado, Max; Klauba, Douglas, ill. Publication date. 0 toc, pages not numbered.

All You Ever Need book. In this simple and sweet book Max Lucado illustrates that we always need grace. Imagine a land so dry that every drop of rain is like pure gold. A lovely book from Max Lucado, who does it again and leaves children with an important message cleverly disguised in the form of a children's picture book.

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A touching story of a young boy who befriends a Christmas angel. You know your Goliath. You recognize his walk, the thunder of his voice. He taunts you with bills you can't pay, people you can't please, habits you can't break, failures you can't forget, and a future you can't face. But just like David, you can face your giant, even if you aren't the strongest, the smartest, the best equipped, of the holiest.

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Max Lucado (born January 11, 1955) is a best-selling Christian author and pastor at Oak Hills Church (formerly the Oak Hills Church of Christ) in San Antonio, Texas. Lucado was born in San Angelo, Texas, the youngest of four children to Jack and Thelma Lucado. He grew up in Andrews, Texas. His father was an oil field worker, while his mother served as a nurse.

Ginger was six years old when she and her Sunday school class made get well cards for church members. In the end, Dad still had what no one could take-faith. And in the end, that’s all he needed!

Ginger was six years old when she and her Sunday school class made get well cards for church members. Hers was a bright purple card that said I love you, but most of all God loves you! She and her mom made the delivery. My dad was bedfast, the end was near. He could extend his hand, but it was bent to a claw from disease. Ginger asked him a question as only a six year old can, Are you going to die? Yes, he responded, but when, I don’t know. She asked if he was afraid to go away. And in the end, that’s all he needed! From You’ll Get Through This.

Imagine a land so dry that every drop of rain is like pure gold. And in the middle of this arid land there is a village filled with people who need more than just a few buckets of rainwater to survive. Fortunately for them, Tobias lives nearby. He owns the only wellspring in the desert, and it pours forth clear, cool water—water he and his son happily give to everyone who asks. He is lovingly called the Watermaster, and he believes that the water should be a free gift to all.

But when the Watermaster goes on an unexpected journey, the people realize in a whole new way the amazing gift he's been giving them. The only gift they really need.

God's grace is a gift more precious than water in a desert. It is all you and your children ever need. As our bodies cannot live without water, so our souls cannot truly live without God's grace. It is by His grace alone that we can come to Him and ask for the Living Water, which is eternal life. His grace poured out at Calvary cleanses our hearts and souls. So marvelous and matchless is this gift—a gift we do not deserve, a gift we cannot buy or earn—yet we need only ask and believe.

This poignant tale, first told in the popular Crossway book Tell Me the Secrets, and its rich illustrations uniquely capture the wonder of God's amazing grace. Let it help you share this vital truth with your children, that they may know the real Watermaster and receive His Living Water.

Comments:

Marilace
I have shared this book even with adults... it has really touched their hearts! I think it is written very well and the "surprise" ending is wonderful and gives as open door to talk more about how Jesus was sent to earth , and God treats us all equally!
FireWater
Max Lucado is an excellent writer. I appreciate all of his children's books so far. We own quite a few.
Gathris
Yes, I love the illustrations. My children love the book and pictures. Glad we bought it!
Xaluenk
Max Lucado is well known for his writing and he does a good job with both adult and children's books. Book was a Christmas gift for someone else.
Ces
Inspiring, gentle, soothing. We love his story telling parables and his encouraging messages! Can't go wrong with his books. Great for kids and adults.
Mr.Bean
All You Ever Need, written by Max Lucado and illustrated by Douglas Klauba, tells the story of Tobias, the owner of a deep well that provided clear, cool water to the people of the land. Water elsewhere was scarce, but Tobias, whom the villagers called the "Watermaster," gave his water freely to anyone who asked for it. The watermaster had to leave his home for a short time; he put his servant in charge of the well. He told the villagers they could still get all the water they needed while he was gone.

But, the servant noticed most people did not thank him for the water, so he refused to give water to anyone who wasn't grateful for it. Then, he refused to give water to anyone who was mean to his neighbors. He kept making up reasons for not giving the water freely to the villagers. This made the villagers angry. One day, a man in disguise showed up at the well, asking for water. The servant wanted the man to prove he was worthy of a gift of free water before he would give him any. The man, who was the master's son, showed his face and said, "My Father sent me to share the water with all the people."

Even though the word God is not used anywhere in the story, it's clear the story is an allegory about God's grace; It is given freely to anyone who asks, even if we don't thank him for it.

The illustrations in the book are beautiful, rich, and life-like. They each cover one page of a two-page spread, with the illustration on one side and the text on the other.

What I Like: Everything.

What I Dislike: Nothing.

Overall Rating: Excellent.

Age Appeal: Even though the publisher lists 9-12 as the recommended ages, I would have to say the story should appeal to everyone. Little ones would need to have the story read to them, of course, but the illustrations, and small amount of text on each page, should keep their interest and attention.

Christine M. Irvin - Christian Children's Book Review - 5 stars
Xinetan
I have been meditating on this verse a lot lately. Matthew 10:8. Interestingly enough, I came across this book with the above title, as the basis of the story.
Tobias, the Watermaster who has endless, life-giving water for the village gives freely to all without judgment. All they had to do was ask for water. "Tobias would talk to the people about their lives. He would laugh with them and inquire about their hopes and dreams while Julian (his son) helped them draw water for their families."
They had to go away and left Elzevir to give the water. Elzevir began judging as who deserved to get the water. Obviously, soon no one was good enough, and the people were greatly discouraged and would rather die of thirst than go to him because they couldn't please him.
I love how Max uses symbolism in his stories to the Bible. Tobias is God, Julian is Jesus, Elzevir can be seen as the devil, the people are us, and the water is Life. I'm thankful that Jesus, I mean, Julian, (heh) came back and gave water to everyone, including Elzevir, even against the crowd's cries of "No water for Elzevir, he was cruel to us!"
"I know he was. But if water were given only to good people, who could drink?"
The people were silent and marveled at the grace of Jesus, I mean Julian.
There is water for all.
Soar!
Max Lucado has another book that shines! Wonderful parallels from scripture we all can understand and relate to. We all need to give, love, and forgive more and this story provides us with some great examples. Douglas Klauba's artwork beautifully compliments Max's latest endeavor. Our hearts are stired visually as we read along. With masterful use of composition, color, and design and characters with great emotion and expression, he leaves a lasting impression upon the reader. Looking forward to see what he illustrates next. Thank you both, for producing a vivid, thought provoking, stunningly illustrated book.

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