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Author: O.S.F.C. Fr. Martin von Cochem
ISBN: 089555321X
Subcategory: Theology
Pages 223 pages
Publisher TAN Books & Publishers (March 1, 1992)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 227
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eBook The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Hell, Heaven download

by O.S.F.C. Fr. Martin von Cochem


by Fr Martin Von Cochem .

by Fr Martin Von Cochem .

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. How severe a conflict is before us poor mortals! What torments await us at our last hour! One is almost inclined to think it would have been preferable never to have been born, than to be born to suffer such anguish. But it is thus that Heaven is to be won, and through this narrow gate alone can we enter into Paradise. Wherefore, O Christian, accept your destiny cheerfully, and form a steadfast resolution to bear unmurmuringly the bitterness of death.

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

In this short book Fr. His chapters are short as is his book. 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.

This book has converted numerous Protestants in our day because of its cogent reasons for rectifying our lives.

The four last things -- death, judgment, hell and heaven father martin von cochem, . Father Martin von Cochem was born at Cochem, on the Moselle, in the year 1625, and died at Waghausel in 1712. Remember thy last end, and thou shalt never sin. Holy redeemer library. Nihil Obstat: Thomas L Kinkead, Censor Liborium Imprimatur: Michael Augustine -- Archbishop of New York (New York October 5, 1899). Generously contributed by Derrick D'Costa. Contents part I. on death. I. On the Terrors of Death

By Fr. Martin von Cochem, OSFC. Father Martin von Cochem was born at Cochem, on the Moselle, in 1625 and died at Waghausel in 1712. First, because the love of life, the dread of death is inherent in human nature.

By Fr. You are not signed in as a Premium user; we rely on Premium users to support our news reporting. PART I. Secondly, because every rational being is well aware that death is bitter, and the separation of soul and body cannot take place without inexpressible suffering. Thirdly, because no one knows whither he will go after death, or how he will stand in the Day of Judgment.

Fr. Martin von Cochem, . See other TAN Books Titles See other Rev. Fr. Keeping these sobering aspects of human destiny ever before our eyes, we will be that much less likely to fall into mortal sin and be lost eternally. This book has converted numerous Protestants in our day because of its cogent reasons for rectifying our lives.

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, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. Keeping these sobering aspects of human destiny ever before our eyes, we will be that much less likely to fall into mortal sin and be lost eternally. Gives many facts we should meditate on as we contemplate death. This book has converted numerous Protestants in our day because of its cogent reasons for rectifying our lives. Impr. 223 pgs, PB
Vishura
I am 69 years old and have read many hundreds of books during my lifetime. None of them has impacted me to the degree that The Four Last Things has. Seldom, if ever, have I read a book more than once. I am now on my third reading of The Four Last Things. This book will never be placed in my bookshelf to gather dust. It will be on my coffee table or side table for the duration. This is a book that I will read over and over again for the remainder of my life.
PanshyR
Although composed centuries ago, the message is as timeless as eternity.
For those modern-day Christians/Catholics who expect religion to make them feel all warm & fuzzy, this may be hard to stomach.
Listen to the average homily/sermon and no mention of the devil, hell, or other “unpleasantries” will be heard. The majority of those in the pews these days want to leave church smiling, in a happy, positive mood... not fearing for their very souls.
Pastors that solely take this approach may find more contributions in the passed-baskets, but they’re doing their congregations a huge disservice... perhaps even a mortal one!

Read this book carefully... it may be a “downer” by 21st century standards, but heed its admonitions and you’ll have all of eternity to rejoice and feel good.

Thanks for reading,
-CC, Amazon Prime Member-Reviewer
Thoginn
Not a pro book reviewer but this is a powerful book. It would probably make most priests shaky. Don't read this before trying to relax or going to sleep. If you're a Christian let alone Catholic and after reading this book you don't want to crazy glue your halo to your head, you're braver than I. Good luck!
Qusserel
If you read this book, you won't want to continue a life not worry of all God wants for you. Judgement will be tough enough for ALL of us, but Hell is not where you will want to wind up. From Scripture and visions of the Saints, what Hell is really like is spelled out in detail. No one ever thinks they are going there, but Scripture say that many are called and few are chosen. Most churches avoid the Hell subject, but the true church is not avoiding it. Are YOU in the right church? A must read for ALL.
Jia
Not at all what Divine Mercy promises. Not for one minute do I believe that Christ wishes us to suffer unimaginable terror and torture at the time of our death, when our soul leaves our body. I don’t know where all the 5 star reviews come from. This book was written in the 1600s. If your looking for the truth, read St Faustina’s “Divine Mercy”
Gralinda
Truly, one of the best books I’ve ever read on the Four Last Things. Makes one think very deeply on their final destination and the way to get to Heaven and avoid Hell. Hell is unfathomable and you do not want to go there, nor do you want anyone else to go there either! This book will literally scare the Hell out of you! Please read. You will not be disappointed! May literally be the most important book you will ever read.
Kriau
100% of us will all experience death. This book describes what happens at death and thereafter. It would be in your interest to read these things before they happen so you may better prepare yourself for a better outcome to the events that will befall us all. Do not despair but rather be grateful for the knowledge you will benefit from in this book. If a soul doesn't amend its ways after reading this book than it is a fool or thinks it all to be fiction.
There really is nothing to dislike about this book. The message is clear, yet for many it is difficult to accept. If you are looking for a book that will tingle your ears and make you feel comfortable in your state of life this isn’t for you! This is for the one who is willing to battle for his salvation by always striving for holiness. Even for that person this book will be unsettling yet motivating.