Item description for A Season for the Spirit: Readings for the Days of Lent by Martin L. Smith...
Overview Experience forty days of self-discovery through theological reflections and prayers. While it aims to assist a daily practice of personal prayer, it is also widely used by groups who pledge to meet regularly so that members can share their thoughts, reactions, and spiritual experiences.
Publishers Description Spiritually hungry readers who want to breakthrough to a deeper experience of prayer and want practical help for Lent need look no further than to Martin Smith's "A Season for the Spirit. " Originally commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1991, "A Season for the Spirit "provides forty daily meditations for Lent, leading us on a journey of discovery in which we find that Christ, through the Spirit, embraces every aspect of our humanity. Each meditation concludes with a prayer and passage of scripture or quotation for further reflection and study. While it aims to assist a daily practice of personal prayer, it is also widely used by groups who pledge to meet regularly so that members can share their thoughts, reactions, and spiritual experiences.
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Studio: Seabury Classics
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.58" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.52 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2004
Publisher Seabury Classics
ISBN 1596280069 ISBN13 9781596280069
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More About Martin L. Smith
MARTIN L. SMITH is an Episcopal priest and the author of Reconciliation: Preparing for Confession.
Reviews - What do customers think about A Season for the Spirit: Readings for the Days of Lent?
Profoundly spiritual and practical Christianity Mar 13, 2002
This is the second year I have used Martin Smith's book at Lent His profound insights into the psyche of persons and his practical applications to Christian living continue to deepen my own ability to "walk the walk" with Christ. His extraordinary spiritual insights, especially his explanation of the self as a group - the "selves of the self" - likening each of us to the demoniac that Jesus heals. I would recommend this book to anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the self/selves that God loves. A book for all seasons.
Martin L. Smith is a blessing! Oct 19, 2001
This book helped my Lent to be very powerful and profound. I felt that it had been written just to answer my questions and to challenge me to grow in my spiritual life. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to have a prayerful Lent.
Deeply spiritual yet completely oriented to real life Mar 18, 1999
I have used this book for my Lenten devotions over a number of years. I discover something fresh and wonderful every time I read it. Fr. Smith's journey in and with the Holy Spirit is not an exercise in escaping from the world around us, but an invitation to become more aware of how the Reign of God is active here and now. Although geared towards Lent, the readings are well worth perusing any time of the year.
Meditations for Lent that will deepen your prayer life Mar 4, 1999
Martin Smith is a clear and thoughtful writer, and a wonderful guide for Christians looking for help in getting right with God. This book is a series of short essays. Each is accompanied by a a text for meditation, almost always from scripture. If you use this book seriously during Lent, you will be rewarded with a richer and deeper prayer life. Smith is an Episcopal monk, but his work is equally accessible to all Christians.