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Reflections for Lent
by Barbara Mosse; Mark Oakley; Stephen Cottrell; Steven Croft
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Reflections for Lent is designed to enhance your spiritual journey through the forty days from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday (13 February-30 March 2013). Covering Monday to Saturday each week, it offers stimulating and accessible reflections, from three respected Christian authors, on a reading selected from the Common Worship Weekday Lectionary. Each day includes: * Full lectionary details for Morning Prayer * A reflection on one of the Bible readings * A Collect for the day This volume offers daily material for 13 February to 30 March 2013, taken from the Reflections for Daily Prayer 2012/13 annual edition. It is ideal for individuals and groups seeking Lectionary-based reflections for use during Lent and Holy Week, or for anyone wishing to try Reflections for Daily Prayer before committing to a year's worth of material. For the first time, this 2013 edition features a simple form of daily prayer and a guide to the reflective reading of scripture. Ideal as an accompaniment to Common Worship: Daily Prayer and Time to Pray, this unique series is for anyone who values both the companionship of daily Bible notes and the structure of the Lectionary.
Reflections for Lent by Barbara Mosse; Mark Oakley; Stephen Cottrell; Steven Croft was published by Church House in October 2012. The ISBN for Reflections for Lent is 9780715143063.
|Page last updated||24th January 2014|
|Author / Artist||Barbara Mosse; Mark Oakley; Stephen Cottrell; Steven Croft|
|Publisher||Church House (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||56|