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The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Hell, Heaven [Paperback]

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Pages   223
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 6.03" Width: 4.04" Height: 0.47"
Weight:   0.3 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   May 1, 2009
Publisher   TAN Books & Publishers
ISBN  089555321X  
EAN  9780895553218  

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It has ever been the practice of the Catholic Church to recommend to her spiritual children the meditation on man's "four last things - death, judgement, Heaven and Hell." Keeping these sobering aspects ever before our eyes, we will be that much less likely to fall into mortal sin and be lost eternally.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! The Rev. Father Martin of Cochem, O.S.F.C., was a German Capuchin born in 1630 at Mosel. He entered the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin as a novitiate while still young, subsequently received Holy Orders, and was ultimately assigned as a professor of theology. He also cared for the plague victims of 1666, and thereupon began composing popular religious writings and treatises. Father Cochem authored such works as "The Last Four Things" and "The Incredible Catholic Mass," the former of which was printed by TAN in 1987. He died on the tenth of September, 1712, at Waghausel.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Great book  May 12, 2008
This is little book brings the realitilies of eternity home in easy to understand writings.
Everybody should have this book!  Nov 5, 2007
This is a thorough book about what we are all headed for when we die. Best be prepared ahead of time and not have the Last Judgment a big surprise.
A clear exposition of essential truths  Aug 21, 2006
Pope Pius XII was quoted as saying, "The greatest sin of the twentieth century, is the loss of the sense of sin." In this short book Fr. von Cochem writes on each of the four last things, Death, Judgment, Heaven, Hell. His chapters are short as is his book. His language is extremely vivid, and I would suspect that most modern readers would have trouble accepting not only the beautiful and fantastic image he paints of heaven, but more lilkely how stark and terrible he paints Hell. This is not to say I don't think this book is useful. If it doesn't inspire the emotions it did with its original audience, at least perhaps it will be helpful in bringing people to realize that perhaps God is mightier than the semi-senile Grandfather figure we often want to believe He is.
Love the Lord(Christ Jesus)With All of Your Heart.   Apr 20, 2006
Do your very best to Love the Lord (Jesus Christ) with all of your heart.
Believe in Him (now, tomorrow, and everyday), and ALWAYS PRAY to Him when you are at the house, in your car, at church, and even when you are studying, etc.)Ask Him to come into your life. Yes, this book is important, it also talks about hell, but to avoid hell one must be a good christian. So don't envy, don't lust after the opposite sex, don't rape, don't molest, don't coveout, don't kill, don't lie, etc. Buy this book, and learn a new way of living life, plus pray to Christ everyday with all of your heart. Have and get salvation because not everyone is going to go there. Many will go to hell. But changing your life -ones dirty life to a new one(a cleaner one) and accepting Jesus Christ into your life guarantees you Eternal salvation. Once you die, you will then see the Lord and He himself will judge you according to your be very good while you are here on this earth, because once you die it is too late(then the Judgement). For example, think of the killers who have killed babies,or a woman or man who hates the opposite sex(gender mysoginy) and were damned to hell because of their hatred toward life/people...they will be thrown into the lake of fire by Christ's Angels, and they will burn in sulphur, forever and forever and forever. The flames will never stop, they will burn forever and forever and forever. Get this book, and get the Bible,and Have Christ in your life because He is good and because He cares for you. Even if some one who is dieing on a hospital bed still has a chance at salvation, but that person will have to repent, and ask Christ for forgiveness...he or she also has to pray to Christ (verbally or mentally)depending on the patient health.
Inspiring  Oct 26, 2005
I was very inspired and enlightened after reading this book. The opening chapters on the separation of the soul from the body were exceptional. Beware of the chapters on Hell (a large portion of the book). They will make most depair but for some (as in my case) they will stengthen their resolve to seek God at all times. Those chapters made me see Christ's exhortations about Hell in a new light. In other words, I take them more seriously now. I read and re-read the chapters on Heaven and the reunification of the soul with the body. They are so uplifting that I had to pause often to reflect on what I had just read. I remember one evening before retiring I implored God to give me a glimpse of Heaven for just a moment as the decription I had just read seemed too amazing to believe.

I encourage all to read this short spiritual book.

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