Reflections for Sundays Year B Paperback
by Angela Tilby; Helen Orchard; Martyn Percy; Rosalind Brown;
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With reflections to enrich your Sunday services, this edition of Reflections also includes an introduction by Body author Paula Gooder.
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Reflections for Sundays Year B
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Now, in response to demand, Reflections for Sundays combines material from over the years with new writing to provide high-quality reflections on the Principal Readings for Sundays and major Holy Days.
Contributors include some of the very best writers from across the Anglican tradition who have helped to establish it as one of the leading daily devotional volumes today.
For each Sunday and major Holy Day in Year B, Reflections for Sundays offers:
* full lectionary details for the Principle Service
* a reflection on the Old Testament reading
* a reflection on the Epistle
* a reflection on the Gospel It also contains a substantial introduction to the Gospels of Mark and John, written by renowned Bible teacher Paula Gooder.
Reflections for Sundays Year B by Angela Tilby; Helen Orchard; Martyn Percy; Rosalind Brown was published by Church House Publishing in May 2017 and is our 1344th best seller. The ISBN for Reflections for Sundays Year B is 9781781400302.
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Details for Reflections for Sundays Year B
|Author / Artist||Angela Tilby; Helen Orchard; Martyn Percy; Rosalind Brown|
|Publisher||Church House Publishing (May 2017)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||29th August 2017|