Rediscover Jesus: an Invitation By: Matthew Kelly
Non-Fiction: Religion,NYR, 187 pages
Physical Book Count: 2
Book Count: 3
First here is a link to my friend's review of this book. (Even if he does hate everything that Matthew Kelly writes as Kelly doesn't write for where he happens to be spiritually right at this time. And he had more grammar problems in that post then most any other post that he has done.)
Anyway if you haven't clicked on the link, this book is written in 40 short chapters that are made so that you can read one in a few minutes every day, with the idea being that you can read one each day during Lent. (Not counting Sundays, and with a prologue and opening that are not part of the 40 count.) At the end of each chapter is: a point to ponder that sums up the reading, a Bible verse, a question to ask yourself about the chapter, and a short prayer. It is written for people that might be new Christians, or have been Christians for some time but wants to renew or grow their faith/love. Also although it is written for reading during Lent and is from a Catholic organization, it is written in a general Christian tone that people of different branches of Christianity would not find issue with any doctrinal differences in the book, as it isn't concerned with it.