40 Days of Grace Lion Hud­son

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This book is more than a book: it is a jour­ney. 40 days of grace is a more ma­ture guide through the days of Lent that pre­sents its read­ers with a dif­fi­cult chal­lenge; to change with the ways of grace or to re­vert. Struc­tured in a day-by-day for­mat, each chap­ter ends in prayer and open-ended prompt, al­low­ing the au­di­ence to re­flect upon what they have just taken in. Rich Miller’s novel is based upon the premise that some­how through­out the course of time most of us have lost our way from grace. We stand and shout for God’s at­ten­tion as op­posed to sim­ply let­ting grace be apart of our lives. This witty and in­trigu­ing novel pre­sents an al­ter­na­tive view for the reader and aids them in find­ing there own way to a more grace filled path. Not only ed­u­ca­tional but en­ter­tain­ing as well, Rich Miller’s book is the per­fect read for this up­com­ing sea­son of Lent.

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