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Facing a terminal cancer diagsis, David Bryant looks back on his life and writes powerfully about the moments when he unexpectedly encountered God in the most unlikely places: a high security prison; at the bedside of a dying child; in the gift of imagination; or in Bible passages that have been startlingly brought to life in his own experience. Forty reflections offer a reading a day for Lent, with an explanatory introduction and a concluding Easter meditation. He draws widely on poetry, literature, art, music, and above all human encounter, to trace a divine thread running through a life that has been 'always unpredictable and often surprising'. David Bryant died shortly after delivering this final book to his publishers.
David Bryant was a priest, and a regular and popular contributor to the Church Times and the Face to Faith section in the Guardian. He died shortly after completing his last book, Glimpses of Glory.