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Traveling Light By Max Lucado

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1 Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Wed Sep 23, 2015 8:45 am

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I am trying a new video bible series here to see how you get on with.

Most of us like to travel. What we hate is the baggage we’re carrying around. But what if you could travel through life with no bags at all? In this 18-part teaching series, bestselling author and speaker, Max Lucado invites you to journey through the 23rd Psalm and unpack the burdens you were never meant to carry. Worry. Disappointment. Fear. Guilt. Grief. How can you enjoy the road ahead, if you’re lugging around all this stuff? God wants to help you get rid of the excess baggage. It’s time to start traveling light!


The following is a brief description of
EP 1 – The Luggage of Life

We may not start life with a lot of baggage, but the older we get, the more we seem to pick up along the way. The bags we grab are not made of leather; they’re made of burdens. The suitcase of guilt. A sack of discontent. A duffel bag of weariness. No wonder we’re tired at the end of the day. Lugging luggage is exhausting. But Jesus offers good news to all of us who carry heavy burdens. “Come to me all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28.

To watch this program please follow this LINK

2 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:31 am

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Sorry for the delay on the next episode for those who have started to watch this. I am sharing on other forums as well with this and proving to be a very enjoyable series.


Anyways here is the next part and as usual with these you need to click on the underlined Watch now word.


EP 2 – The Burden of a Lesser God – Watch Now!
How many times have we put God in a box? How many times have we stuffed him into a small corner of our lives, only to find that the gods we create are insufficient to meet our daily needs? You might be carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. But what if you didn’t have to?

3 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:47 am

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EP 3 – The Burden of Self-Reliance – WATCH NOW
We humans want to do things our way. Forget the easy way. Forget the best way. Forget God’s way. We want it our way. The seductive burden of self-reliance goes back to the garden of Eden. And incredibly, we’ve been carrying the weight ever since. But what if there was a better way?

4 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Mon Oct 19, 2015 8:01 am

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EP 4 – The Burden of Want – WATCH NOW
Want. What a curious piece of luggage. Like an optical illusion, this is one bag you can never seem to fill. The fuller it is, the emptier it seems. If you’re carrying this heavy, bottomless bag, it’s time to journey through the 23rd Psalm. This passage holds a secret about traveling light. What you have in your Shepherd is greater than what you don’t have in life.

5 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sat Oct 24, 2015 5:17 pm

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EP 5 – The Burden of Weariness – WATCH NOW!
The to-do list. It’s always growing. And for every item you cross off, three more appear. The Good Shepherd invites you to stop making to-do lists and start making time for down time. The frayed, worn out duffel bag of weariness is a heavy burden we were never meant to bear.



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6 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sat Nov 14, 2015 3:42 pm

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EP 6 – The Burden of Worry – Watch now!
Worry splits our energy between today’s priorities and tomorrow’s problems. But worry has never brightened a day, solved a problem, cured a disease, or put food on the table. So how do we deal with this burden of worry? We look to the One who leads us. The Good Shepherd tells us what we need to know when we need to know it.

7 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Mon Nov 23, 2015 10:37 am

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EP 7 – The Burden of Hopelessness – Watch Now!
It’s a jungle out there, and even the most seasoned travelers can lose their way. Or even worse, lose their hope. But even when our surroundings inspire hopelessness, we can trust that God will lead us safely home. He is our shepherd. The Good Shepherd. And He never leaves our side

8 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sat Nov 28, 2015 2:45 pm

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EP 8 – The Burden of Guilt – Watch Now!
Have you ever had a moment you wished you could take back? Maybe a lapse in judgment or integrity? But the deed was done. And now, it weighs on you. Guilt is a heavy burden. An ugly burden. There’s only one place to place your guilt: the cross. Calvary is the compost pile for guilt. Would you like to leave yours there as well?

9 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sun Dec 06, 2015 6:33 am

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EP 9 – The Burden of Arrogance – Watch Now!
What goes up must come down. It’s the law of gravity. It’s also the law of pride. Pride goes before a fall. And try as we might to puff ourselves up, arrogance ultimately weighs us down. You can wait for God humble you, or you can start to humble yourself. Why not get started today? Why not humble yourself beside still waters? Follow the good shepherd through green pastures, the land of plenty to which he leads us!

10 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Sun Dec 13, 2015 11:40 am

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EP 10 – The Burden of the Grave – WATCH NOW!

The clock is ticking. Every one of us has an appointed time when we will pass out of this life. The uneasy feeling in our stomach when we pass a graveyard or attend a loved one’s funeral is an unwelcome reminder that there’s no escaping death. We fear the unknown. We carry the weight of the grave like a suitcase full of headstones. But what if there was a better way?

11 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Mon Dec 21, 2015 9:58 am

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EP 11 – The Burden of Grief – WATCH NOW!
God has the last word on death, sorrow, grief and despair. It’s the promise of eternity. Our future hope gives us the strength to drop the black bag of grief for good. So go ahead, face your grief. Permit yourself tears. But have no fear. For even in the valley of the shadow of death, your Good Shepherd is with you.

12 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Tue Jan 05, 2016 8:10 am

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EP 12 – The Burden of Fear – Watch Now!
Fear stops us in our tracks and sends chills down our spine. It plagues us and paralyzes us. It holds us in a steel tight grip. Or does it? What if we’re the ones gripping onto the burden of fear?

13 Re: Traveling Light By Max Lucado on Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:00 pm

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EP 13 – The Burden of Loneliness – Watch Now!
Bags of loneliness show up everywhere. They litter the floors of boardrooms and clubs. We drag them into parties and usually drag them back out. We’ll try anything to unload our loneliness. But should we? Could loneliness be our loving Father’s way of getting our attention?

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