Reflecting the Glory : Bible readings and reflections for Lent and Easter
'You can't love an abstraction. You can't even love the idea of love. You can only truly love a person. The deepest, richest meaning of love must be personal love. The relevance of knowing God in Jesus is that when we love God in Jesus we discover how that love, that personal love, is given to us in order that it may be given through us.' This book of Bible readings and reflections, for every day from Ash Wednesday to the first Sunday of Easter, explores how we reveal Jesus even at the lowest and weakest points of our lives. Drawing on New Testament passages, with a particular focus on Paul's letters to the church in Corinth, Tom Wright shows that through God's Holy Spirit, the suffering but also the glory of Christ can be incarnate in our lives, enabling us to be the people of God for the world.
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- Paperback | 256 pages
- 130 x 198 x 13.46mm | 251.29g
- 21 Nov 1997
- Brf (the Bible Reading Fellowship)
- Oxford, United Kingdom
'Whether you are new to journalling, or an old hand; used to writing alone or prompted to try journalling in a group setting, this book will be a trusted, insightful and inspiring companion on your journey.' The Venerable Jan McFarlane, Archdeacon of Norwich
About Tom Wright
Tom Wright is Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews, having served as Bishop of Durham from 2003 to 2010. He has written many books, including the For Everyone New Testament commentary series and (as N. T. Wright) the scholarly series Christian Origins and the Question of God.