Reflecting the Likeness of Christ
Experience a More Personal Walk with Christ
In this special edition of The Imitation of Christ, one of the most widely read books in history, Thomas à Kempis leads you to the depths of what it means to live the Christian life every day. Thomas presents a careful balance of inward and outward spirituality—all centered on personally knowing and experiencing Christ.
In this book, you’ll discover...
- Devotional thoughts on nurturing the interior life of your soul in Christ.
- Practical instruction on living the Christian life.
- Insightful guidance on modeling your life after Christ, and much more!
In addition, you will find these special features in this accessible and easy to read volume:
- Margin Notes that provide Scripture references and quick definitions of older, more obscure words.
- Wide Margins perfect for jotting insights inspired by these compelling devotions.
- A Reading Plan & Discussion Questions to get conversations rolling for reading this book together with friends, family, a book club, or a small group.
Thomas à Kempis (c. 1380 – 1471) best known for The Imitation of Christ, was a devoted monk in the religious order of the Brethren of the Common Life. The Brethren advocated for a more personal spiritual experience based on the internal or interior imitation of Christ. Their goal was to help Christians experience a deeper life in Jesus.