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If you have looked at this book and others like it before (maybe even passed them on to someone else), but thought they're not really meant for you - you're wrong.
If you think your spiritual life is too advanced for a book like this, you're wrong.
If you don't like Matthew Kelly and have therefore dumped this book into the "that's probably very nice, but it's not for me" category, you're wrong.
If you walked past it on the back table at church thinking "someone else probably needs it more than me," you're wrong.
It doesn't matter where you are in your faith journey - whether you and Jesus are besties or you're not even really sure if he's for real or anywhere in between - this book can be for you.
Get a free copy here: http://cart.dynamiccatholic.com/Free-Rediscover-Jesus-by-Matthew-Kelly-p/1rj-sc.htm
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sarah_toast's review against another edition
This isn't the type of book you pick up and enjoy reading. You have to want it at least to some extent. But even if you don't think you need it or it doesn't fit your beliefs, I think it can give you interesting insight or concepts that you will still be able to use or something along those lines.
malvord27's review against another edition
I found that this book was a great reminder of some basic principles of Christian living. God is inviting us to holiness, holiness is achievable, we can have an incredible relationship with Christ, daily reading of Scripture is imperative. These aren't new themes. You're not going to stumble across something here and go, "Oh, that's what I've been doing wrong!" Rather, this book is a great refresher and reminder of how to live a Christian life.
There are 40 chapters here, which would make it a great book to read and reflect on throughout Lent. But it's good through the rest of the year too.