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Reflecting the Glory: Bible readings and reflections for Lent and Easter

Reflecting the Glory: Bible readings and reflections for Lent and Easter
Dwell on famous passages from the New Testament in this reflective and insightful Lent devotional from Tom Wright. New Testament scholar Tom Wright explores passages from the New Testament, with a passionate obsession for Corinthians, to help you walk closer to Jesus through the Lent period. In his usual readable and descriptive way Tom breaks each chapter into the five weeks allowing for a deeper reflect process throughout the Lent journey.
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Author: WRIGHT TOM
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Beginning on Ash Wednesday and ending on the first Sunday of Easter, 'Reflecting the Glory' encourages reader to truly get to grips with the resurrection. It's only in reading, pondering, exploring and living the story of God incarnate that we too can make an impact on the world as Christ did. Discover the Easter story afresh and be inspired to reveal Jesus with this timely and scripture-fuelled lent devotional. Taken from the Preface: 'Throughout Christian history, saints and sinners, scholars and simple folk alike have found that spending time pondering the great passages in the New Testament not only informs them about what people thought and said in the past but challenges them and transforms them at the deepest level in the present. This is because, in ways that are easy to experience but hard to describe clearly, these writings have a habit of drawing their readers right into the story, so that those who spend time with them find themselves in the mysterious but powerful presence of Jesus himself.'
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