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1 0, 46 | because I do not feel that the Lord has given me either the 2 0, 46 | great distress; for the Lord has not given me strength 3 0, 47 | again and again. If the Lord wishes me to say anything 4 0, 47 | should not be lost. If the Lord should not grant me as much 5 0, 49 | use to anyone else. Our Lord will be granting me a great 6 0, 49 | in these matters if the Lord of His mercy does not grant 7 1, 1 | WHILE I was beseeching Our Lord to-day that He would speak 8 1, 3 | anyone as stupid as I. If the Lord grants you these favours, 9 1, 4 | thing, then, sisters, if the Lord does not lead you by this 10 1, 8 | paralysed souls, who, unless the Lord Himself comes and commands 11 1, 8 | commend themselves to Our Lord; and they think about the 12 1, 9 | since by the goodness of the Lord you are not one of these. 13 1, 9 | prayer. May it please the Lord to enable me to say something 14 2, 2 | of a person30 to whom Our Lord wished to show what a soul 15 2, 6 | So perhaps it may be the Lord's will that these comparisons 16 2, 7 | about the work done by the Lord in the soul -- I mean, supernatural 17 2, 7 | frequent it. And although the Lord has thrown some light upon 18 2, 8 | even to those whom the Lord keeps in the same mansion 19 2, 13 | importance to us. May the Lord grant that something I have 20 2, 15 | free; may it please the Lord to make us free as regards 21 1, 3 | then, can understand the Lord when He calls them; for, 22 1, 3 | spite of all that, this Lord of ours is so anxious that 23 1, 4 | responded immediately to the Lord's call; for His Majesty 24 1, 6 | devils. But, oh, my God and Lord, how everything is ruined 25 1, 7 | Ah, my Lord! It is here that we have 26 1, 8 | secondary importance: if the Lord should grant them to you, 27 1, 9 | more he will receive of the Lord and the greater the progress 28 1, 9 | very beginning and want the Lord to do our will and to lead 29 1, 9 | reptiles, for often it is the Lord's will that we should be 30 1, 10 | Peace, peace," said the Lord, my sisters, and many a 31 1, 11 | abandon our prayer, the Lord will turn everything we 32 1, 12 | at the outset, and the Lord Himself says this, that 33 1, 12 | imploring His mercy. The Lord Himself says: "No one will 34 1, 12 | united with the merits of our Lord Jesus Christ? And what but 35 1, 12 | can arouse us to love this Lord? May it please His Majesty 36 1, 12 | is not greater than his Lord,54 that we must needs work 37 1, 1 | the man that feareth the Lord"?56 As I am so stupid in 38 1, 1 | I am convinced that the Lord never fails to give a person 39 1, 2 | in some weak spot. Oh, my Lord and my God! How canst Thou 40 1, 3 | me!62 May it please the Lord that, as it is being done 41 1, 4 | initial difficulties, the Lord has granted them no small 42 1, 4 | the Mansions; nor will the Lord deny them this if they desire 43 1, 5 | we desire it; but if the Lord is to take complete possession 44 1, 5 | for the young man when the Lord told him what to do if he 45 1, 5 | own, but from which the Lord always rescues them, to 46 1, 6 | my sisters, or allow the Lord to test us; for He knows 47 1, 7 | have in no way obliged Our Lord to grant us such favours; 48 1, 8 | explain them better; the Lord will make them clear to 49 1, 8 | than of crosses. Test us, O Lord, Thou Who knowest all truth, 50 2 | ourselves; and of how the Lord proves those who are in 51 2, 3 | before we are tested by the Lord -- and it would be a very 52 2, 4 | left to eat, how can Our Lord ask him to leave all for 53 2, 4 | resign himself, because the Lord has not led him thus far, 54 2, 4 | prepare himself for the Lord to give it to him. ~ 55 2, 6 | meditating upon how the Lord suffered, and upon what 56 2, 8 | of it they may serve Our Lord -- and there is nothing 57 2, 9 | so, for the love of the Lord, let us make a real effort: 58 2, 9 | speed so that we may see the Lord. Although we get few or 59 2, 10 | these present Mansions the Lord does not fail to recompense 60 2, 11 | the consolations which the Lord gives in those Mansions, 61 2, 12 | and consolations which the Lord grants to souls that serve 62 2, 12 | fault is not yours, the Lord is just, and what His Majesty 63 2, 13 | by the goodness of the Lord, are in this state -- and, 64 2, 13 | may be not to offend the Lord, they will do well not to 65 2, 14 | silence and in hope, and the Lord will take care of His own. 66 1, 1 | these favours which the Lord grants to some souls, it 67 1, 2 | often have heard, for the Lord gives when He wills and 68 1, 3 | possible for the Spirit of the Lord to remain in a soul continuously 69 1, 4 | from petitions made to Our Lord. This proceeds from our 70 1, 5 | my meaning plain: may the Lord explain it for me! ~ 71 1, 7 | grace granted me by Our Lord, and I will not for the 72 1, 7 | the will. But, when the Lord gives them this other grace, 73 1, 10 | O Lord, do Thou remember how much 74 1, 11 | surprised to know that the Lord has been pleased to send 75 1, 13 | us in the world and the Lord is pleased to prepare such 76 1, 13 | unbearable. For this causes Lord, do Thou take us to a place 77 1, 13 | despised. Even in this life the Lord will free the soul from 78 1, 15 | little help to you until the Lord is pleased to give us light. 79 2, 5 | more there must be! O my Lord and my God! How wondrous 80 2, 7 | then,96 and perhaps the Lord has now given me a clearer 81 2, 8 | recognizes it for what it is, Our Lord is granting him a surpassingly 82 2, 8 | understand the favours which the Lord grants it there or the love 83 2, 9 | account occasions when the Lord is pleased to grant these 84 2, 9 | is by humility that the Lord allows Himself to be conquered 85 2, 9 | and consolations of the Lord or are likely to get them 86 2, 9 | suffer and to imitate the Lord, not to receive consolations; 87 2, 10 | be total detachment) the Lord will not fail to grant us 88 3 | Recollection, which the Lord generally grants before 89 3 | consolations given by the Lord. ~ 90 3, 3 | anyone (with the help of the Lord, you understand) can practise 91 3, 4 | upon discovering what the Lord is working in the soul; 92 3, 5 | cessation from thought. The Lord wishes us rather to make 93 3, 7 | understand it, the soul whom the Lord has been pleased to lead 94 3, 9 | prayer is granted by God Our Lord. It is clear that a dilation 95 3, 10 | number of souls to whom the Lord does not grant these favours. 96 3, 13 | but it is here that the Lord wishes to test her love 97 3, 14 | have not yet spoken the Lord gives him fewer opportunities. 98 1, 1 | me light from Heaven, my Lord, that I may enlighten these 99 1, 2 | prepare ourselves for the Lord to reveal it to us. As far 100 1, 2 | my sisters, and beg the Lord that, since to some extent 101 1, 2 | should like to explain if the Lord is pleased to give me the 102 1, 3 | bodily strength if God our Lord does not give it us; there 103 1, 3 | give great praise to the Lord. ~ 104 1, 9 | with the presence of Our Lord Jesus Christ, for example, 105 1, 10 | is the cellar where the Lord is pleased to put us, when 106 1, 11 | handmaidens of so great a Lord, since we cannot comprehend 107 2, 1 | said concerning what the Lord works in it. Some of these 108 2, 1 | work is performed by the Lord, and we can do nothing to 109 2, 6 | that its reward will be the Lord Himself. And as it is He 110 2, 8 | so anxious to praise the Lord that it would gladly be 111 2, 9 | knowing by experience how the Lord helps and transforms a soul, 112 2, 10 | grant us this favour. Ah, Lord! What trials begin afresh 113 2, 12 | easily achieve, with the Lord's help, by thinking a great 114 2, 14 | present itself to Thee, O Lord, as something grievous and 115 2, 15 | suffers still, at seeing the Lord offended, is so intolerable 116 2, 15 | must the feelings of Our Lord Jesus Christ have been, 117 3, 1 | advance in the service of Our Lord and in self-knowledge. If 118 3, 2 | great profit.138 Later, the Lord gave her new light. It is 119 3, 2 | how many are called by the Lord to apostleship, as Judas 120 3, 3 | and those from whom the Lord withholds such supernatural 121 3, 3 | with the favour of Our Lord, if we endeavour to attain 122 3, 3 | obtained this favour from the Lord, you need not strive for 123 3, 5 | pity our neighbours, as Our Lord did when He raised Lazarus;139 124 3, 5 | referred to is inseparable. The Lord can enrich souls in many 125 3, 6 | continually beseech Our Lord; it is this which is the 126 3, 7 | takes care not to offend the Lord and has entered the religious 127 3, 8 | require great favours from the Lord before we can achieve this; 128 3, 8 | very wise men! But here the Lord asks only two things of 129 3, 12 | no, sisters, no; what the Lord desires is works. If you 130 3, 12 | because you know it to be your Lord's will. That is true union 131 3, 13 | should be lost. May the Lord grant us never to fail, 132 3, 13 | attained union. So ask Our Lord to grant you this perfect 133 4, 2 | consolations given by the Lord are a thousand leagues removed 134 4, 2 | describing them; but the Lord can make the soul very deeply 135 4, 4 | Christian souls, whom the Lord has brought to this point 136 4, 5 | daughters, how ready this Lord still is to grant us favours, 137 4, 5 | used to be who think of the Lord's honour! We are so very 138 4, 5 | mistake we make! May the Lord in His mercy give us light 139 4, 6 | by the goodness of the Lord, you have none of you any 140 4, 7 | namely, that the reason the Lord permits this may possibly 141 4, 8 | look to this, and beg the Lord to give us light, we shall 142 4, 9 | see, daughters, how Our Lord treats those whom He makes 143 4, 9 | It may have been by Our Lord's ordinance that I was commanded 144 4, 10 | every effort to serve a Lord Who gives us such a reward 145 4, 10 | work for so great a God and Lord and Spouse. May it please 146 1 | CHAPTER I ~Shows how, when the Lord begins to grant the soul 147 1, 4 | latter. The second, that the Lord has given it greater light 148 1, 6 | The Lord is also in the habit of 149 1, 7 | person of whom, since the Lord began to grant her this 150 1, 7 | so greatly offended Our Lord, will be led by Him along 151 1, 7 | if only to imitate Our Lord Jesus Christ, and even were 152 1, 9 | present to it, when Our Lord gives him leave to test 153 1, 11 | soul keeps praising Our Lord, for it is He Who has fought 154 1, 11 | can do of ourselves if the Lord should forsake us. ~ 155 1, 15 | cannot do more than the Lord permits, and, so long as 156 1, 16 | prayer and favours of the Lord; for, although a few are 157 1, 16 | such great favours of the Lord and the soul understands 158 1, 16 | explain these others. The Lord give me His help in everything 159 2 | several ways in which Our Lord awakens the soul; there 160 2, 4 | to the way in which the Lord is pleased to bestow it, 161 2, 5 | which the source is the Lord, Who is unchangeable; and 162 2, 5 | remove it. Anyone to whom Our Lord has granted this favour 163 2, 5 | that, if she had served the Lord for very many years by suffering 164 2, 8 | Our Lord, too, has other methods 165 2, 8 | and to sing praises to Our Lord. The source of this favour 166 3, 4 | describe, if I can, with the Lord's help, the signs by which 167 3, 6 | sing praises to God. Oh, Lord, if there is such power 168 3, 6 | are uttered, not by the Lord Himself, but by some angel), 169 3, 8 | end, as I have said, the Lord's word is fulfilled, and 170 3, 9 | than that what he holds the Lord most certainly told him 171 3, 10 | person asks something of Our Lord with a great love, he thinks 172 3, 11 | give us courage and Our Lord will speak to the confessor 173 3, 11 | admonish you, sisters, in Our Lord's name, never to act thus. ~ 174 3, 12 | another way in which the Lord speaks to the soul, which 175 3, 12 | the words spoken by the Lord seem to be heard with the 176 3, 17 | subtle thing, for which Our Lord should be praised. Some 177 3, 17 | very carefully, because the Lord has granted her this favour 178 3, 18 | favours come to it from the Lord, the soul should consider 179 3, 18 | confidently in the mercy of the Lord, Who is faithful, and will 180 3, 19 | may be that those whom the Lord does not lead by this road 181 3, 19 | fully aware that another Lord, greater than itself, is 182 4, 1 | achieve union with so great a Lord and to take Him for its 183 4, 5 | state of suspension and the Lord sees fit to reveal to it 184 4, 6 | sublime favours which the Lord grants it in this state, 185 4, 8 | palace of a king or a great lord (I think they call it a 186 4, 8 | lead one to glorify the Lord. It occurs to me now how 187 4, 8 | the soul is in ecstasy the Lord will not always wish it 188 4, 9 | forgo the presence of their Lord, be called accursed. ~ 189 4, 10 | instead of seeking this Lord, as the Bride did, through 190 4, 10 | with having for our own the Lord of all treasures and of 191 4, 12 | these are things which the Lord gives to whom He will, He 192 4, 15 | for with the aid of Our Lord such a thing becomes easy. 193 4, 15 | souls make complaint to Our Lord when He offers them no means 194 4, 16 | instead of for glorifying the Lord. This distress and shame 195 4, 16 | distressed in this way heard Our Lord say: "Be not afflicted, 196 4, 16 | affliction. It seems that Our Lord wants everyone to realize 197 4, 18 | so that those to whom the Lord grants it later on are not 198 5, 1 | resignation, so that Our Lord may do with the soul as 199 5, 4 | so as not to offend this Lord! For His sake, sisters, 200 5, 5 | very fearful, and, did Our Lord not give it courage, it 201 5, 6 | understand how glad Our Lord is when we get to know ourselves 202 5, 6 | happen to a soul which the Lord has brought to this state; 203 5, 6 | than for any other. May the Lord, of His own bounty, grant 204 5, 8 | host of angels, with their Lord; and, though he sees nothing 205 5, 9 | so in this case the Lord's wish seems to have been 206 6 | another favour which the Lord grants to the soul so that 207 6, 2 | obeying and not offending Our Lord. So she feels that she would 208 6, 4 | nature. Mighty art Thou, Lord, for Thou didst make the 209 6, 4 | Stretch out Thy mighty arm, O Lord, and let not her life be 210 6, 5 | occurs at a time when the Lord leaves it to its own nature -- 211 6, 6 | desires of the soul to see Our Lord: that they will sometimes 212 6, 6(183)| recalls these words of his: "Lord, if I am still necessary 213 6, 9 | to place ourselves in the Lord's presence, meditate upon 214 6, 10 | distressing and delectable, Our Lord sometimes bestows upon the 215 6, 10 | close union, but that Our Lord leaves both faculties and 216 6, 10 | may help it to praise Our Lord, to which end it directs 217 6, 11 | placing you where, if the Lord should grant you this grace 218 6, 12 | the rest in praising Our Lord for bringing her to the 219 7 | mind the Humanity of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, 220 7, 1 | these souls to whom the Lord communicates Himself in 221 7, 5 | distress to reflect that Our Lord has forgiven and forgotten 222 7, 6 | most sacred Humanity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, because by 223 7, 6 | are paths along which Our Lord leads us, and that, when 224 7, 7 | most sacred Humanity of Our Lord Jesus Christ. I cannot believe 225 7, 7 | other Mansions. For the Lord Himself says that He is 226 7, 7 | that He is the Way;188 the Lord also says that He is light189 227 7, 7(189)| The words "the Lord . . . light" [which clearly 228 7, 8 | about this) on whom Our Lord bestows perfect contemplation 229 7, 9 | to expect miracles: the Lord will perform them for this 230 7, 10 | true that anyone whom Our Lord brings to the seventh Mansion 231 7, 10 | to walk with Christ our Lord but is ever in the company 232 7, 10 | first it may be that the Lord will not give it us, for 233 7, 10 | let the rest come when the Lord wills. ~ 234 7, 12 | more in its love for Our Lord. But these mysteries will 235 7, 12 | that the mere sight of the Lord on His knees, in the Garden, 236 7, 13 | the soul is meditating the Lord should suspend it, well 237 7, 14 | consolations given by the Lord in that state, and then 238 7, 15 | sometimes reminded that the Lord said to His disciples that 239 7, 16 | previously in thinking of Our Lord Jesus Christ and would go 240 8, 1 | and visions. Should the Lord grant you any of the favours 241 8, 2 | conscious that Jesus Christ Our Lord is near to it, though it 242 8, 2 | it was Jesus Christ Our Lord Who had revealed Himself 243 8, 2 | clearly that it was this Lord Who often spoke to her in 244 8, 3 | how do you know it is Our Lord?" Then he told her to tell 245 8, 4 | true. This favour of the Lord brings with it the greatest 246 8, 4 | no longer do so, for the Lord, Who is near at hand, awakens 247 8, 5 | gains from it. It thanks the Lord, Who bestows it on one that 248 8, 5 | treasure or joy. When the Lord is pleased to withdraw it, 249 8, 5 | of little avail, for the Lord gives this when He wills 250 8, 6 | is right. When it is the Lord, and He speaks, it is natural 251 8, 6 | is able to feel that the Lord is sending him to be a help 252 8, 7 | any one of you whom the Lord leads by this way, and you 253 8, 8 | says it, I know that the Lord Himself, Who is walking 254 8, 9 | been led in this way by the Lord, he will at once become 255 8, 10 | better than the rest; the Lord leads each of us as He sees 256 8, 10 | will be she who serves Our Lord with the greatest mortification 257 9 | of the way in which the Lord communicates Himself to 258 9, 1 | when they come from Our Lord they seem to me in some 259 9, 1 | except for those which the Lord bestows in the final Mansion, 260 9, 2 | last chapter, that this Lord is here. It is as if in 261 9, 3 | what happens here. When Our Lord is pleased to bestow greater 262 9, 5 | Himself quite clearly as the Lord of Heaven and earth. This 263 9, 6 | O, Lord, how little do we Christians 264 9, 7 | the damned will see in the Lord's eyes -- those eyes so 265 9, 7 | remains in suspension; the Lord helps it in its weakness 266 9, 8 | long time looking upon the Lord, I do not think it can be 267 9, 12 | absolutely lifelike image of the Lord, it would not worry him, 268 9, 15 | this favour bestowed by the Lord, for thinking upon Him or 269 9, 16 | humility, because before the Lord grants a soul these favours 270 9, 19 | I must leave it to the Lord, Who knows me, to lead me 271 9, 20 | suffered by those to whom the Lord grants these favours are 272 9, 22 | obligations to serve. The Lord does not deprive us of anything 273 9, 22 | Each occasion on which the Lord grants them brings with 274 9, 23 | of a person to whom the Lord had granted some of these 275 9, 23 | that they complained to Our Lord because He bestowed favours 276 9, 23 | of consolations which the Lord gives in contemplation. ~ 277 9, 24 | love, who would like the Lord to see that they are not 278 10, 1 | are many ways in which the Lord communicates Himself to 279 10, 2 | When the Lord so wills, it may happen 280 10, 2 | suspension in which the Lord communicates most secret 281 10, 4 | is a great favour for the Lord to bestow it upon those 282 10, 5 | about Pilate, who asked Our Lord so many questions, and at 283 10, 7 | was wondering once why Our Lord so dearly loved this virtue 284 10, 8 | Our Lord grants the soul favours 285 10, 8 | but only to praise the Lord, because He gives them. 286 11 | this favour granted by the Lord.~ 287 11, 1 | much this great God and Lord deserves to be loved, the 288 11, 5 | that water of which Our Lord spoke to the Samaritan woman,206 289 11, 6 | Ah, God help me! Lord, how Thou dost afflict Thy 290 11, 7 | suffering of the body. The Lord will have us understand 291 11, 9 | dispelling the distress until the Lord Himself dispels it for her. 292 11, 10 | that state again until the Lord wills, just as there is 293 11, 12 | and that if you ask the Lord for these things He will 294 1, 1 | despise a soul in which the Lord takes such delight. Each 295 1, 3 | When Our Lord is pleased to have pity 296 1, 3 | ourselves like them and that the Lord may have mercy on them also. ~ 297 1, 5 | happens: whatever it does, the Lord unites it with Himself, 298 1, 6 | Gospel attributes to the Lord -- namely, that He and the 299 1, 9 | it depends on when Our Lord is pleased that the shutters 300 1, 11 | respective joys that the Lord is pleased to give them. 301 1, 11 | the life to come if the Lord, of His mercy, grants us 302 2, 1 | we have been speaking the Lord revealed Himself one day, 303 2, 2 | since on other occasions the Lord had revealed Himself to 304 2, 3 | appearance of the Humanity of the Lord must do so too. But what 305 2, 3 | Marriage is very different. The Lord appears in the centre of 306 2, 3 | beyond saying that the Lord is pleased to manifest to 307 2, 4 | itself. This favour of the Lord passes quickly and afterwards 308 2, 4 | this other favour of the Lord it is not so: the soul remains 309 2, 5(227)| He who is joined to the Lord is one spirit."] The whole 310 2, 6 | it seems that it is the Lord's will for them to enjoy 311 2, 7 | that this salutation of the Lord must mean much more than 312 2, 7 | for the words of the Lord are like acts wrought in 313 2, 7 | the love of God, that same Lord will fill our souls with 314 2, 7 | even as Jesus Christ our Lord is in the Father and the 315 2, 7 | Jesus Christ our King and Lord cannot fail; but, because 316 2, 8 | we were saying. When Our Lord brings the soul into this 317 2, 8 | empyrean heaven, where Our Lord is, does not move like the 318 3, 3 | to be of service to Our Lord she would not fail to do 319 3, 5 | prevented from offending Our Lord. ~ 320 3, 6 | die and thus to enjoy Our Lord. They have now an equally 321 3, 6 | become the means whereby the Lord is praised, even in the 322 3, 8 | they have with them the Lord Himself and it is His Majesty 323 3, 8 | but a remembrance of Our Lord and a tender love for Him, 324 3, 8 | the soul is negligent, the Lord Himself awakens it in the 325 3, 9 | the Prayer of Union, the Lord begins to exercise this 326 3, 9 | may often happen that Our Lord will be pleased to bestow 327 3, 9 | exclaim with Saint Paul: "Lord, what wilt Thou have me 328 3, 10 | will not enter, because the Lord will not allow him to do 329 3, 10 | all the favours which the Lord grants the soul here, as 330 3, 11 | and noiselessly does the Lord teach the soul in this state 331 3, 11 | seek out anything, for the Lord Who created the soul is 332 3, 12 | reason may be, but, when the Lord begins to reveal the contents 333 3, 12 | Perhaps the reason is that the Lord has so greatly strengthened 334 3, 16 | then the Presence of the Lord which they have within them 335 4 | describing what appears to be Our Lord's aim in granting the soul 336 4, 1 | habitually". Sometimes Our Lord leaves such souls to their 337 4, 2 | Who is with it. For the Lord gives it great determination, 338 4, 2 | happens rarely, but Our Lord's will is for the soul not 339 4, 3 | intentionally, it is true, for the Lord will give such persons very 340 4, 3 | having been favoured of the Lord -- like Solomon, who enjoyed 341 4, 4 | tell you why it is that the Lord grants so many favours in 342 4, 5 | walked closest to Christ Our Lord were those who had to bear 343 4, 5 | contemplation coming from Our Lord and not from human imagination 344 4, 5 | fleeing from prison, Our Lord appeared to him and told 345 4, 5 | receiving this favour from the Lord? And what did he do? He 346 4, 5 | straight to his death; and the Lord showed him no small mercy 347 4, 5(248)| Adoring Him, he said: 'Lord, whither goest Thou?' 'I 348 4, 6 | in the very least if the Lord makes His special abode 349 4, 7 | make acts of love to Our Lord and plan and promise to 350 4, 8 | have not true humility, the Lord will not wish it to reach 351 4, 12 | together when they offer the Lord lodging, and must have Him 352 4, 13 | and shown her love for the Lord by washing His feet and 353 4, 13 | she was friendly with the Lord, Whom they so bitterly hated, 354 4, 13 | endure later, after the Lord's death! I think myself 355 4, 13 | it through witnessing the Lord's death.254 The later years 356 4, 13 | of contemplation at the Lord's feet. ~ 357 4, 14 | of the desires which the Lord implants in you, I will 358 4, 14 | us, and thus serving Our Lord in ways within our power, 359 4, 14 | such fervent love for the Lord that it resembles a fire 360 4, 14 | be a great service to the Lord and one very pleasing to 361 4, 15 | be more pleasing to the Lord, and their prayers of greater 362 4, 15 | foundations, and that the Lord does not look so much at 363 4, 15 | think, we must offer the Lord whatever interior and exterior 364 4, 16 | of shame and by the same Lord I beg you not to forget 365 4, 18 | by your own efforts: the Lord of the Castle Himself must 366 4, 18 | whose wishes this great Lord is pleased that you should 367 4, 20 | to serve this my God and Lord, I beg you, in my own name, 368 4, 20 | blessed for ever be God our Lord. Amen, Amen. ~


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