Reflections For Daily Prayer: Advent 2014 to Christ the King 2015
Reflections for Daily Prayer is a highly valued daily Bible companion based on the Common Worship Lectionary.Each day, Monday to Saturday, some of the very best writers from across the Anglican tradition offer insightful, informed and inspiring reflections on one...
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Reflections for Daily Prayer is a highly valued daily Bible companion based on the Common Worship Lectionary.Each day, Monday to Saturday, some of the very best writers from across the Anglican tradition offer insightful, informed and inspiring reflections on one of the day's readings for Morning Prayer. Their reflections will appeal to anyone who values both the companionship of daily Bible notes and the structure of the Lectionary.For every day (excluding Sundays) of the 2014/15 church year, there are full references and a quotation from the day's set of Scripture readings, a concise but challenging commentary on the readings and a collect.In addition, the book includes a simple order for morning and night prayer, an introduction to the practice of daily prayer by Bishop John Pritchard and a guide to reading the Bible reflectively by Bishop Stephen Cottrell.
Peter Graystone is the author of Detox Your Spiritual Life in 40 Days and Signs of the Times: The Secret Lives of Twelve Everyday Icons.
The Rev. Dr Ben Quash is Dean and Fellow of Peterhouse and is the author of Theology and the Drama of History (CUP, 2005). The Rev. Dr Michael Ward is Chaplain of Peterhouse and author of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis(OUP, 2007.
Martyn Percy is Principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon and tutor at Westcott House.
Malcolm Guite is Chaplain of Girton College, Cambridge. A performance poet and singer/songwriter, he lectures widely on poetry and theology in Britain and the US and has a large following on his website, www.malcolmguite.wordpress.com. He is a contributor to Reflections for Daily Prayer.
Mark Ireland is presently collaborating with respected scientists onýafterlife research initiatives. A resident of Scottsdale, Arizona, he is finishing his second book on parapsychology and mediumship.
Right Reverend John Pritchard is the Anglican Bishop of Jarrow, England. He is the author of numerous books, including Leading Intercessions published by Liturgical Press.
Angela Tilby is a broadcaster, writer and a tutor at Westcott House, Cambridge.
Frances Ward is Dean of St Edmundsbury & Ipswich and is an inter-faith specialist. She was formerly a Canon of Bradford Cathedral.
Jeremy Worthen is a priest in the Church of England and Secretary for Ecumenical Relations and Theology at the Council for Christian Unity.