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Reflections for Lent 2012 by Martyn Percy

Reflections for Lent 2012

by Martyn Percy

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Reflections for Daily Prayer is one of the most popular daily Bible reading guides available. Based on the Common Worship Daily Prayer lectionary, it has a loyal, appreciative and growing audience. Many of todays leading spiritual and theological writers are regular contributors. Reflections for Lent is a seasonal extract from the main 2011-12 annual volume and is designed to give new readers a taste of the high standard of spiritual and theological writing that has made Reflections so popular. This year, a first-class line up of writers provides a quality, yet inexpensive daily devotional companion throughout Lent. For each day there are full lectionary references and a quotation from the days set of Scripture readings, challenging commentary on the readings and a collect for the day.

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