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The Journey: 2015 SPCK Lent Book

The Journey: 2015 SPCK Lent Book
Looking through the eyes of the disciple John, The Journey follows Luke's chronology from Luke 9.51, as Jesus 'set his face to go to Jerusalem'. Absorbing, exhuberant and affective, it offers daily (weekday) readings for Lent, from Ash Wednesday to Good Friday, with a poem for each Saturday. It is suitable for use by individuals or groups.
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Publisher: SPCK
Author: PRITCHARD JOHN
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Takes a 'baptised imagination' approach, anchored in the biblical account but allowing a fair amount of imaginative leeway. Each meditation has a brief, engaging tail-piece to help us relate one of the 30 gospel incidents covered to our own experience Personal and affective in style The Journey offers daily (weekday) readings for Lent, from Ash Wednesday to Good Friday and engages the reader in the encounters Jesus had with various people on his way to Jerusalem. We are invited to explore the synergy between around 30 incidents - which follow Luke's chronology from Luke 9.51, as Jesus 'set his face to go to Jerusalem' - and issues in contemporary discipleship.
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