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  1. Soliloquy of the Soul to which are Added Meditation Prayers for Sick Persons by Thomas A. (1380-1471) and George Stanhope Kempis, 1816
  2. THE IMITATION OF CHRIST - FOUR BOOKS IN ONE VOLUME. by (Thomas Kempis 1380?-1471). Translated from the Latin by W. Benham B. D. (Vicar of Margate)., 1882-01-01
  3. The founders of the new devotion : being the lives of Gerard Groote, Florentius Radewin and their followers by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  4. Domaa Kempenskeho Twore Knihi Wo Kroenju Za Khrystusom by Lib Jurij, 2010-09-27
  5. The Christian traveller, or, A sure guide to salvation : being a series of devout treatises by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  6. Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis (c. 1380-1471), 2010-01-01
  7. A meditation on the Incarnation of Christ : Sermons on the life and passion of our Lord and Of hearing and speaking good words by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  8. Vera spaientia, or, True wisdom by à Kempis, 1380-1471 Thomas, 2009-10-26
  9. Founders of the New Devotion: Being the Lives of Gerard Groote, Florentius Radewin and Their Followers. by Thomas a Kempis (c. 1380-1471), 2010-01-01
  10. Thomas A'Kempis His Age and Book by J. E. De Montmorency, 1970-06
  11. The Statistical Study of Literary Vocabulary by G. Udnv Yule, 1968-11

81. Thomas A Kempis Quotes - The Quotations Page
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Endeavor to be always patient of the faults and imperfections of others for thou has many faults and imperfections of thine own that require forbearance. If thou are not able to make thyself that which thou wishest, how canst thou expect to mold another in conformity to thy will?
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Love flies, runs, and rejoices; it is free and nothing can hold it back.
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Never be entirely idle; but either be reading, or writing, or praying or meditating or endeavoring something for the public good.
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Of two evils we must always choose the least.
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Remember that lost time does not return.
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The good devout man first makes inner preparation for the actions he has later to perform. His outward actions do not draw him into lust and vice; rather it is he who bends them into the shape of reason and right judgement. Who has a stiffer battle to fight than the man who is striving to conquer himself.
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Who has a harder fight than he who is striving to overcome himself.

82. Thomas A Kempis - Author Details And Biography - The Quotations Page
Quotations by Author. Author details Thomas a Kempis (1380 1471).Full Name, Thomas a Kempis (orig. Thomas Hamerken; Thomas Hammerlein). a Kempis

83. Favorite Monks: Thomas A Kempis (The Prayer Foundation)
Thomas à Kempis. 1379 (or 1380) 1471. Author of The Imitation of Christ;Thomas was an Augustinian Monk, and a Disciple of Gerard Groot.
F avorite M onks T homas K empis Thomas à Kempis 1379 (or 1380) -1471 Author of The Imitation of Christ ; Thomas was an Augustinian Monk, and a Disciple of Gerard Groot . Thomas was a member of Groot's Brethren of the Common Life , and a proponent of Groot's teachings, called The Devotio Moderna , of which The Imitation of Christ is the best example. Have you received Christ as your Lord and Saviour? Tell others about Jesus like Thomas à Kempis did: Though not all Christians are called to be Christian Teachers, we are all called by God to share our faith (witness) with those who are not Christians. Some Bible verses that you will find helpful for doing this, and that you may want to commit to memory are found on other pages on our web site ( see: Memory Verses; 2nd Set: Salvation! Plan of Salvation , and Statement of Faith by Monk Preston "Hold fast to Jesus both in life and in death and commit yourself to his steadfast love, for he alone can help you when all others fail. Your beloved is such that he admits no other rival; He wants your heart all to Himself and desires to reign there as a king on his own throne." -Thomas à Kempis

84. Thomas A Kempis: "Loving Jesus Above All Things" (The Prauer Foundation)
Thomas à Kempis. 1379 (or 1380) 1471. Author of The Imitation of Christ;Thomas was an Augustinian Monk, and a Disciple of Gerard Groot.
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Loving Jesus Above All Things
The Imitation of Christ Book II, The Interior Life; The Seventh Chapter
Blessed is he who appreciates what it is to love Jesus and who despises himself for the sake of Jesus. Give up all other love for His, since He wishes to be loved alone above all things. Affection for creatures is deceitful and inconstant, but the love of Jesus is true and enduring. He who clings to a creature will fall with its frailty, but he who gives himself to Jesus will ever be strengthened. Love Him, then; keep Him as a friend. He will not leave you as others do, or let you suffer lasting death. Sometime, whether you will or not, you will have to part with everything. Cling, therefore, to Jesus in life and death; trust yourself to the glory of Him who alone can help you when all others fail. Your Beloved is such that He will not accept what belongs to anotherHe wants your heart for Himself alone, to be enthroned therein as King in His own right. If you but knew how to free yourself entirely from all creatures, Jesus would gladly dwell within you. You will find, apart from Him, that nearly all the trust you place in men is a total loss. Therefore, neither confide in nor depend upon a wind-shaken reed, for "all flesh is grass" and all its glory, like the flower of grass, will fade away.

85. MSN Encarta - Thomas à Kempis
Thomas à Kempis (1380?1471), German monk and writer, who is generally acceptedas the author of The Imitation of Christ, a devotional treatise thatà_Kempis.html
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86. Thomas à Kempis
Thomas à Kempis, 1380? 1471. Thomas à Kempis is most famous forhis influential and inspired book The Imitation of Christ. These
The Imitation of Christ . These meditations on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth have been prized by many people throughout the centuries. A major theme of the Imitation is that we tend to live and act unthinkingly and without a reasonable direction or plan for our lives. True enlightenment comes from self-knowledge and knowledge of and trust in God. There are even traces of Stoicism in this and in his other works, which consistently demonstrate a life devoted to piety, holiness, prayer, and mysticism. A quote of note from Kempis: "I have sought for happiness everywhere, but I have found it nowhere except in a little corner with a little book."

87. Thomas A Kempis: Philadelphia Rare Books
While the back wrapper attributes the Imitatio Christi to Jean Gerson,it is now known to be the work of Thomas à Kempis (1380–1471).
Incunable "Imitatio" — Chatsworth Copy Prettily Bound (-A1–2 [blanks], -A3 [title-leaf]); [165 of 168] ff.
    Imitation of Christ incipit SEE LEFT. Single-click any image where a hand appears on
    mouse-over, for an enlargement. This classic religious manual was first printed in 1473 and has been reprinted hundreds of times and has been widely translated. This 15th-century edition is printed in gothic type with guide letters that have all been completed in handsome rubrication. Additionally, all the majuscules in the text have been highlighted with red strokes, and the beginning of each chapter is marked with a manuscript paragraph sign also in red.
    Binding: 19th-century straight-grained morocco, round spine stamped and tooled in blind, raised bands, gilt-tooled floriated frame on each cover. All edges gilt. Silk endpapers. Provenance: LEFT

Plus Beaux et des de la Collection Elzevirienne Thomae a Kempis canonici regvlaris ord. S. Avgvstini De imitatione Christi libri quatuor. Lugduni [ sic (-L10-12); 257, [1 (blank)] pp. (lacks final two blank leaves).

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89. GIGA Quote Author Page For Thomas A Kempis
Thomas A Kempis. German ascetic and writer, authorof De Imitatione Christi (1380 1471).
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No one can obtain from the Pope a dispensation for never dying.
[Lat., Nemo impetrare potest a papa bullam numquam moriendi.]

Habit is overcome by habit.
[Lat., Consuetudo consuetudine vincitur.] - bk. I, 21 [ Habit Remember always your end, and that lost time does not return. [Lat., Memento semper finis, et quia perditum non redit tempus.] - bk. I, ch. XXV, 11 [ Time Everywhere I have sought rest and found it not except sitting apart in a nook with a little book. [Lat., In omnibus requiem quaesivi Et non inveni Nisi seorsim sedans In angulo cum libello.] De Imitatione Christi written in an autographed copy according to Cornelius A. Lapide Books Salvation by the cross.

90. GIGA Biographical List Of Names (KE - KEM)
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91. CCIM Bible On-line Dictionary/commentary
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92. IKON Kerkdiensten
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93. Idézetek :: Kempis Tamás
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Augustijner kanunnik.
Kempis werd geboren in het tegenwoordig in Duitsland gelegen Kempen in 1379 of 1380. Op 12 jarige leeftijd komt van Kempen naar het klooster Windesheim onder de rook van Zwolle.
Na eerst zijn schoolopleiding in Deventer te hebben voltooid trekt hij opnieuw naar Zwolle naar de in aanbouw zijnde Onze Lieve Vrouwekapel. Daarna meldde hij zich in 1398 aan bij het Agnietenbergklooster. In 1406 legt hij de kloostergeloften af. Hier schreef hij ondermeer tussen 1420 en 1441 het beroemd geworden boek "De Imitatione Christi" (Over de Navolging van Christus). Uit zijn tweede boek "Regnum Dei intra vos est” (het Rijk van God is in uw binnenste) zijn de beginregels gekozen van een wapenspreuk behorend bij het wapen dat een basiliek mag voeren.
Kempis schreef ook een kroniek over het Sint-Agnesklooster Chronica Montis Sanctae Agnetis.
Hij behoort tot de belangrijkste vertegenwoordigers van de laatmiddeleeuwse vernieuwingsbeweging, de Moderne Devotie, waarvan de Deventer schepenzoon Geert Grote (1340-1384) de grondlegger is. Deze beweging van religieuze en maatschappelijke vernieuwing heeft op de middeleeuwse Hanzestad Zwolle een belangrijk stempel gedrukt.

95. Medieval Philosophy
Julian of Norwich (1342c.1429). Catherine of Siena (1347-1380). Thomasà Kempis (c. 1380-1471). The Cloud of Unknowing. Works. Cantor, Norman.
Michael Delahoyde
Washington State University MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY The lines blur between philosophy, theology, and mysticism. Here are some influential thinkers and texts of the Middle Ages worth exploration. Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy Avicenna (Ibn Sina, 980-1037) St. Anselm (1033-1109) Peter Abelard (c.1079-1142) Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153) Peter Lombard (c.1100-c.1160) Averroes (Ibn Roschd, 1126-1198) Alain of Lille (c.1128 -1203) St. Bonaventure (1221-1274) Thomas Aquinas (1225/7-1274) Meister Eckhart (1260-c.1328) John Duns Scotus (c.1266-1308) William of Ockham (1285-1349) Bridget of Sweden (1304-1373) Julian of Norwich (1342-c.1429) Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) The Cloud of Unknowing Works Cantor, Norman. "Healing, Hope, and Renewal." The Medieval Reader . NY: HarperCollins Pub., Inc., 1994. 297-305. Anthology section includes excerpts from Thomas Aquinas (299-301), William of Occam (302-303), and The Cloud of Unknowing Medieval Index

96. AAC Database - Browse - List
1, Thomas, Gunter. 1, Thomas, Gwyn. 1, Thomas, Haemmerlein, 13801471 See Thomas,aKempis,1380-1471. 1, Thomas, Hannelore. 1, Thomas, Harald. 1, Thomas Hardy Society.
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See: Thomas,a Kempis,1380-1471 Thomas, Hannelore Thomas, Harald Thomas Hardy Society Thomas, Helen, Dr. Thomas, Henri, 1912- Thomas, Henry, 1878- Thomas, Henry, 1886- Thomas, Homer Leonard Thomas, Hugh, 1931-

97. Lifespans Of Famous Christians
St. Catherine of Siena (13471380) 33 16. John Huss (AD 1369-1415) 46 17. ThomasA Kempis (AD 1380-1471) 91 18. St. Catherine of Genoa (1447-1510) 63 19.
This chronology is arranged in order by dates of birth. I've added the calculations for the lifespan of each person for the dates I've been able to gather, neither of which I absolutely guarantee.) Besides being interesting (at least to me), it illustrates the principle that it is how well one lives, not how long that is important both for time and eternity. I've been unable to draw any other conclusions from this data. (Of course, some of these people were weakened by asceticism, others were martyred, and both Charles Spurgeon and D.L. Moody were obese.) Lifespans of Leading Personalities in Church History
(Divisions are of course somewhat arbitrary) A. The Ancient Church (A.D. 1-590) 1. Peter (N.T.)
2. James (N.T.)
3. John (N.T.)
4. Paul (N.T.)
5. Ignatius (A.D. 30-107) 77
6. Polycarp (A.D. 70-156) 86
7. Justin Martyr (A.D. 100-160) 60
8. Irenaeus (A.D. 125-203) 78
9. Tertullian (A.D. 160-220) 60
10. Origen (A.D. 183-254) 71

98. THOMAS Von Kempen = Thomas Hemerken
Thomas aKempis und das Buch von der Nachfolge Christi = Gerhard Uhlhorn, Vermischte
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Band XI (1996) Spalten 1396-1398 Autor: Nicolaus C. Heutger THOMAS von Kempen Werke Werke: Eduard Sommmalius S.J. ed., Thomas Malleoli 'a Kempis opera omnia 3 Bde 1601-1607; Karl Grube ed. Chronicon Windeshemense, Halle 1886; M.J. Pohl ed. opera omnia 7 Bde 1902-1922; L.M. Delaissé, Le manuscrit autogr. de Th. à Kempis et »L' Imitation de Jesus-Christ«, 2 Bde Paris 1956 = Les Publications de »Scriptorium« 2- H.N. Janowsky ed. Geert Groote, Thomas von Kempen und die Devotio Moderna, Olten 1978. Wendelin Meyer ed. Die Nachfolge Christi, 2. Aufl. 1990. Übersetzung Reclam 7663-65. Lit.: Nicolaus C. Heutger Werkeergänzung: Plena ac succinta informatio de statu totius controversiae (Augsburg 1725), Epistola critica de punctis Controversiae Kempisianae praecipuis (Frankfurt und Leipzig 1728, enthalten in amoenitaitibus Litterariis Schelhorni), Polycrates Gersensis exauthoratus (München 1729), Deductio critica (Augsburg 1761) und Moralis certitudo (Augsburg 1764). Bezüglich Äquiprobalismus: Dictionarium selectorum Casuum conscientiae (Augsburg 1733 und 1762), Controversiae novae morales (Augsburg 1739), Moralium actionum regula (Venedig 1756), Duo academici (Augsburg 1758) und sein theologisches Hauptwerk Theologia electica Moralis et Scholastica.

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