The Imitation of Christ

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It is a little Bible that describes true Christian ideals loved by both Roman Catholics and Protestants. Kempis has commented on the worldly preoccupations i.e. lust, ambition, corruption, vanities that prevent us from the eternal truth of Heaven and Divine. It clearly renounces the worldly vanities and aspires for the eternal truth. Inspirational!

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Counsels on the Spiritual Life
1
Chapter 2
3
Chapter 5
5
Chapter 8
8
Chapter 9
9
Chapter 10
10
Chapter 11
11
Chapter I2
19
Chapter 35
85
Chapter 36
88
Chapter 37
90
On Inward Consolation
97
Chapter 39
99
Chapter 40
101
Chapter 41
103
Chapter 42
106

Chapter 13
20
Chapter 14
24
Chapter I5
26
Chapter 16
28
Chapter 17
30
Chapter 18
32
Chapter 19
35
Chapter 20
39
Chapter 21
43
Chapter 22
46
Chapter 23
50
Chapter 24
54
Chapter 25
58
Counsels on the Inner Life
63
Chapter 27
67
Chapter 33
78
Chapter 34
81
Chapter 43
110
Chapter 45
113
Chapter 45
116
Chapter 46
118
Chapter 47
120
Chapter 48
123
Chapter 49
125
Chapter 50
127
Chapter 51
129
Chapter 52
131
Chapter 53
133
Chapter 54
135
Chapter 55
137
Chapter 56
139
Chapter 57
141
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Thomas à Kempis was born at Kempen, Germany in 1380. He attended Deventer in the Netherlands where he eventually joined the Canons and was later ordained as a priest. His most well-known work is the Imitation of Christ. It has been acclaimed as one of the greatest spiritual writings of all time. For some time there was some dispute as to the title's authorship. He died July 25, 1471.

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