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Thomas a Kempis' "The Imitation of Christ" is a classic Christian devotional book that has brought understanding and comfort to millions for centuries. Both Protestants and Catholics — as well as mystics and historians of religious thought — have studied these meditations on the life and teachings of Jesus, finding in them a path to prayer and spiritual guidance. Written in a candid and conversational style, The Imitation of Christ discusses liberation from worldly inclinations, recollection as a preparation for prayer, the consolations of prayer, and the place of eucharistic communion in a devout life. With its simple, readable text, this translation will appeal to new readers as well as to those already familiar with this religious classic.
CHAPTER XXIVThat We Ought To Lay Open Our Necessities To Christ And To Require His GraceChapter VI19For He Himself is alway ready to help those who strive and who trust in Him; yea, He provideth for us occasions of striving, to the end that we may win the victoryKempis writes that "Grace will always be given to the truly grateful, and what is given to the humble is taken away from the proud."(Chap.10)Of Obedience And Subjection(3) Hebrews xiiiMuslims in Spain, 1500 to 1614Miola, Robert S2015Main article: Imitation of ChristThe man who is not yet wholly dead to self, is soon tempted, and is overcome in small and trifling mattersOf The Fervent Desire Of Certain Devout Persons To Receive The Body And Blood Of Christ 5d8a9798ff