Book Of Reflections For Individual And Group Study During Lent. The Autor Invites His Readers To Join The Crowds In Jerusalem during ‘Holy week’ In this book of reflections for individual and group study during Lent, Stephen B. Dawes invites his readers to join the crowds in and around Jerusalem during what would later be known as ‘Holy Week’. They see a famous Galilean enter the city on the first day of the week, watch him executed on the Friday and hear the rumours about what happened next. In this book we hear the reactions of Shalimah, a pilgrim from Galilee, and Hoshea, her teenage son; of Alexander – the Principal Secretary to Caiaphas – Michael, Purveyor of Unblemished Lambs, Goats and Pigeons; and several others’. Each has their own thoughts about what the life and death of Jesus of Nazareth might mean. Each chapter ends with a prayer and a thought for further reflection.