Louie Giglio



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Goliath Must Fall: Winning ...

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I Am Not But I Know I Am

4.15 avg rating — 1,252 ratings — published 2005 — 11 editions
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Indescribable: Encountering...

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The Air I Breathe: Worship ...

3.98 avg rating — 720 ratings — published 2003 — 13 editions
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The Comeback: It's Not Too ...

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PASSION: The Bright Light o...

4.08 avg rating — 231 ratings — published 2014 — 7 editions
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Waiting Here For You: An Ad...

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Indescribable: 100 Devotion...

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Wired:  For a Life of Worship

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Putting An X through Anxiety

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“But to mean it when I say that I want my life to count for His glory is to drive a stake through the heart of self - a painful and determined dying to me that must be a part of every day I live.”
Louie Giglio

“God calls each and every star by name. It’s not likely He has forgotten yours.”
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“There is an anchor for the soul at the cross of Christ, and it is saying to you today, ‘I love you.’ Yes, there is freedom but I have never lost control. It is saying to you, ‘I will take the worst and use it for eternal good.’ It is saying to you, ‘I am painting on a canvas bigger than you can see or understand,’ and it’s saying to you, ‘I understand.’ That cross is saying, ‘I understand.’ And when this stuff happens, we want to run away from God and be made at God and hate God. But when you look at the cross, you can’t because you realize and you can’t stop with the question we all want to ask, ‘Why is this happening to me?’ Or if you are a believer, ‘God why are you letting this happen to me?’ When you look at the cross, another thought emerges and the thought is, ‘Jesus, this happened to you. What’s happening to me, happened to you. You know about pain. You went through loss. You suffered death. You were mistreated. You were rejected. Everything in my life, good and bad, was all put on you.”
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