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The Imitation of Christ

Author Thomas a Kempis
Narrator David Cochran Heath
Runtime 6.3 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio Classics
Downloads ZIP M4B
Release Date July 26, 2004
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)

This book provides comfort and counsel to every person who seeks to live a more connected and whole life.
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Thomas À Kempis’ collection of meditative writings from the Brethren of the Common Life is the most widely read book in the world after the Bible. The reflective devotions have been a heartening friend to great men such as Thomas More, St. Ignatius Loyola, Thomas Merton, Pope John Paul I, and John Wesley. Learning to live like Jesus is the central task that À Kempis explores in this classic devotional. “The religious who concerns himself intently and devoutly with our Lord’s most holy life and passion will find there an abundance of all things useful and necessary for him. He need not seek for anything better than Jesus.” This book provides comfort and counsel to every person who seeks to live a more connected and whole life.

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great.
Excellent audio.Easy to listen to.Use it every day.Have several books and another audio book.This is much easier to understand..Highly recommend this book for its content and clarity.
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Review by / (Posted on 8/10/2016)
It seems som reviews were written by publisher
This is a mundane narration. The book of course is a wonderful take on Christianity. I just get frustrated when someone has the gall to write a review of their own product. "Tone...inflecdtion...diction"? Inexperience is more the norm for this narrator...and I use that term lightly.
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Review by / (Posted on 4/13/2011)
This is the best book besides...
This is the best book besides the Bible! All parents need to read this book. All young adults must hear this material to survive as Christians and truly follow Christ in the 21st century.
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