The Imitation of Christ

The Imitation of Christ

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The Imitation of Christ by Thomas À Kempis

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The Imitation of Christ

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Translated by Rev. William Benham.

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refore be not lifted up by any skill or knowledge that thou hast; but rather fear concerning the knowledge which is given to thee. If it seemeth to thee that thou knowest many things, and understandest them well, know also that there are many more things which thou knowest not. Be not high-minded, but rather confess thine ignorance. Why desirest thou to lift thyself above another, when there are found many more learned and more skilled in the Scripture than thou? If thou wilt know and learn anything with profit, love to be thyself unknown and to be counted for nothing.

4. That is the highest and most profitable lesson, when a man truly knoweth and judgeth lowly of himself. To account nothing of one's self, and to think always kindly and highly of others, this is great and perfect wisdom. Even shouldest thou see thy neighbor sin openly or grievously, yet thou oughtest not to reckon thyself better than he, for thou knowest not how long thou shalt keep thine integrity. All of us are weak and frail; hol

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Too much hocus-pocus. Would have been better if it had focused on the philosophy of Christ's teachings rather than all the deity/sky-worship drivel.

Not very modern.
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Really good! i highly recommend it to anyone and to those who want to go deeper in their walk with The Lord, to those who are hungry, thirsty for God. you would learn alot, thought provoking and convicting. .not shallow