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My Imitation Of Christ - Revised Translation

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My Imitation Of Christ

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Thomas A Kempis


The "Imitation of Christ" by Thomas A Kempis needs no introduction. For five centuries it has been the most popular spiritual book second only to the Sacred Scriptures. It presents the fundamental principles of the spiritual life. The Christian soul is invited to follow Christ Who is the Way, the Truth and the Life. As we study its contents we are convinced that without that Way there is no going, without that Truth there is no knowing, without that Life there is no real living.

The Confraternity of the Precious Blood feels justified in adding yet another edition to the many that have already appeared. In this day of visual education we have endeavored to pictorialize the sublime truths of the Imitation with an abundance of illustrations. Each chapter has its own illustration executed in expert fashion exclusively for this book by the noted Armenian artist, Ariel Agemian, K.S.G.

The text has been revised to free it of archaic expressions without destroying its original flavor.



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This item received 5 stars overall. A timeless classic as helpful today as when it was written

I received my first copy of 'My Imitation of Christ' as a confirmation gift on Easter, 2009. Having converted from a church that taught selfishness in the name of Christ- Jesus wants you to drive a Cadillac, Jesus wants you to have anything you want, Jesus is your servant who must obey your commands- it was so refreshing to read about how to think and act in a way that was actually, well, Christ-like. Whereas my old church would have told me that adversity, for instance, is a result of a lack of faith, Thomas A Kempis states that adversity is rather a gift that helps us look into our lives and realize how much we need God, and in doing so "It will also be clear to them that there is neither perfect peace nor security in this world", a truth that many Christians seem to have forgotten, seeing that they spend so much time seeking such things. This gem of a book reminds us that we are Full Review...

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