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Sweet Christmas Story 5 décembre 2013
Par i blog 4 books - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
The Christmas Candle by Max Lucado is a short Christmas novella. It was a really quick read, and a good first Christmas read of the season! While the story was very sweet, I found it to be quite confusing at the beginning. I just could not figure out exactly what was happening. I eventually caught on, but it was a little frustrating. I also got confused with ALL of the characters. There were a lot of them and they were just barely developed. I mean, the book is less than 200 pages, so it's not a lot of time to tell a story and let readers get to know a slew of characters. When it was all said and done, I did enjoy the book and really liked the message. The book has recently been made into a movie as well, and I'm hoping to go see it. It will be interesting to see how the movie compares to the book. [3 stars]

I received a free copy of this book from Thomas Nelson's BookSneeze program in exchange for my fair and honest review.
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A good read --warm and uplifting 6 novembre 2006
Par Papa Smurf - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I set out to read this short book in sessions, but ended up not being able to put it down. I read it all in one sitting and I loved it. Very uplifting and such a good message about faith and God's miracles.
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Lovely Christmas Story 4 avril 2013
Par Henny - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I bought this book because I have followed Susan Boyle making her debut in the movie to be released later this year. Samantha Barks stars, and Susan has a role and sings in the movie, which should be a blockbuster over the holiday season.

This is a story of The Christmas Candle, and the candle maker in some beautiful countryside settings in England. Max Lucado is a great writer and gives us a beautiful little story in this book. Let your heart be light! I sure won't miss seeing the movie.
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Short, Quick and Heart-warming 14 septembre 2009
Par T. A. Widman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Christmas Candle is a novella about faith, miracles and God's power to help us when we call on Him. Every twenty-five years an angel comes and blesses a candle made by the chandler of Gladstone. Light the candle and pray and miracles happen. Enter a reverend who doesn't believe in miracles. A family grown old with no heirs. And a town full of people in need of God's grace. In the end God shows his power and love for them all.

The story is short, I finished it in two hours. And though it is fairly predictable, it still speaks to the soul and has the power to choke you up. Destined to be a Christmas classic for all believers.
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A happy, sweet, straightforward story with simple truths that 5 juin 2007
Par FaithfulReader.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
In THE CHRISTMAS CANDLE, beloved bestselling author Max Lucado spins a light but enjoyable tale of an angel visitation in a small town. It encourages a belief in miracles and offers (as you would expect from Lucado) opportunities to ponder one of the greatest miracles of all: grace and forgiveness.

The story begins in 1664, with a candle maker and his wife. They are awakened by a burst of light, as an angel touches a candle and makes it glow. At the next advent service, the candle maker gives the special candle to a young widow and her two children who are in dire straits. At Christmas Eve, the widow recounts a miracle: "I prayed. I lit the candle and prayed." Then, out of the blue, her wealthy uncle gives her a farm as a gift.

And so it goes that every 25 years, for the next 200 years, an angel touches one candle and the prayer offered over the candle is answered. But the angel only visits the descendants of the first candle maker, Papa Edward. Lucado then fast forwards to 1894 and the Village of Gladstone, where the lineage of the candle makers appears to have ended with the death of Edward's son from cholera. "Does that mean the angel visits stop with you?" asks Reverend Richmond, a candidate for minister, of the elderly candle maker Edward who recounts the story to him. "We assume so." Richmond takes the job, despite some Gladstonians' misgivings about his suitability. He has some secrets in his past that make this parish his only option.

To the dismay of the citizens of Gladstone, Richmond refuses to preach about the miraculous candle. "I don't preach about candles. People don't need old wives tales," says Richmond. "I give people practical help and solid facts. I stay away from mysteries." The pastor confesses he believes that "God would not single out one person and ignore others. It's not fair." What would it take to change his mind? Read on....

Meanwhile, the residents line up to spill their stories of woe to Edward and Bea, all sure they are the most in need of the candle. One man has gambled away his money, while another's son has broken his leg and left the family short-handed. A widow needs money to heat her house for the winter, and a mother worries over the health of her twins. Another woman is going blind, and her son is in trouble with the law. Who will get the special candle? "We don't know why God has given us this gift," Bea says. "But we pray that he will direct us." Later, Edward and Bea ponder what to do. "So many people need the candle. How can we decide who to give it to?" Confusing the issue is an unrevealed need of Edward and Bea's. Should they keep the candle for themselves? Unprecedented --- but is it necessary?

When an unexpected accident means that no one is sure which candle is the special one, it's an opportunity to remind readers that mystery is where God works best. And Gladstone, we find, is a place where past secrets can be forgiven and people can find God's grace, a familiar Lucado theme. This is a quick read (lots of wide margins and white space) and a happy, sweet, straightforward story with simple truths that will be of interest especially to Lucado fans.

--- Reviewed by Cindy Crosby
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