The Imitation of Christ

Thomas A Kempis’ Imitation of Christ is true one of the greatest devotional books ever written. A perfect place to start for those unused to spiritual books and a work which one can come back to time and time again. The tile title truly sums up the book, Thomas calls the reader to focus on Jesus and imitate the way he lived. The blend of wisdom and prayer is amazing, Thomas walks the reader through a life of devotion making imitation simple. Thomas’ beautiful language reminds us that we walk in the light, seeing the path ahead of us running to Jesus who loves us and waits with open arms to receive us.

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