[Audiobook] “Grace” by Max Lucado

This audiobook edition is narrated by Wayne Shepherd.

Grace. It’s, as Lucado suggests, more than we deserve, and greater than we imagine. The change that G-d’s grace makes in our lives doesn’t happen overnight, but it does happen. It takes time. It may come through grief or joy, frustration or success. Grace isn’t how we define it, however. Our limited understanding of the word “grace” does not fully explain His Grace to us. That is where Lucado steps in – to educate us and guide us. G-d’s Grace answers the “why” of life and cleans up the mess of life.

Shepherd narrations at a quicker than medium pace, creating a rushed feeling in the text. Confident in tone, authoritative in diction, and defined in stance, Shepherd’s narration is a solid reading of the text. There is an echo-like feeling to the audio, as if this were recorded in a lecture hall. Not emotional, the narration does carry a proper inflection, but only average quality. Again, the audio experience felt rushed, giving an unusually stressed feel to a discussion about grace.

As Lucado asks, have you been changed by Grace? If not, listen on…Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.