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Lent is a time to remember the biblical story of God's covenant love in salvation history. Each day, beginning with Ash Wednesday and ending with Divine Mercy Sunday, this audiobook offers a different reflection, providing as a whole a simple retelling of the stories that make up "the" story. Dr. Hahn focuses on our relationship to God the Father as family and calls us to return to our baptismal innocence. He uses Scripture to walk us together through the ages to understand God's deep personal love for his people, and how we are made whole again through Christ.

©2012 Scott Hahn, Ph.D. (P)2012 Franciscan Media

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  • m trujillo
  • 12-03-17

Beautiful

Definitely a walk with and understanding of the Lenton season. A beautiful walk with him, teaching us more about his life and how we can better be like him. GOD is awesome.

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  • Ronda
  • 23-04-17

Not what I expected.

Most of the author's Lenten reflections were spiritual food. However, as the weeks progressed, I found the extremely Catholic, non-Biblical themes disturbing. Christians should not worship the Eucharist. We worship God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We follow Christ as He is revealed in God's Word. The liturgy is not God's Word. It is just one method humans have devised to assist in the worship of God.

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