Society of Saint John the Evangelist, The Rule of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist.
The book I used for lectio divina for Lent book this year was the rule of the SSJE for the North American Congregation.
It's not a book that can be talked about in the same way as I talk about most of the other books I read.
This is a book with a very specific focus: it lays out the principles by which the Brothers of the SSJE live. It addresses all aspects of their common life, and of the expectations of the society for its members. In short chapters of no more than two pages each, it essays to begin explanations of the call of the society, of the vows the brothers take, of the ideas and actions that are important for their corporate life, and of what it is to live as a brother of the SSJE.
The rule is written in such a way as to demand careful reading, thought, and attention--id est, with the concept of lectio divina in mind. What the book asks of its readers is that they reflect on how they lead their own lives. It was the perfect book for Lent, but it's one I think that I'll need to keep rereading regularly.