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1 0, 47| to say anything new, His Majesty will teach it me or be pleased 2 0, 49| ever so little better. His Majesty well knows that I have no 3 1, 1 | the very fact that His Majesty says it is made in His image 4 1, 3 | ourselves, and that His Majesty should bestow an understanding 5 1, 4 | greatness of His power and majesty. In any case I know that 6 1, 7 | habit of speaking to God's Majesty as he would speak to his 7 2, 8 | upon the greatness and the majesty of its God. Doing this will 8 2, 12| opportunity of repairing to His Majesty, and to make His blessed 9 2, 12| to come from God. May His Majesty grant us this through His 10 1, 3 | nearer to the place where His Majesty dwells, He becomes a very 11 1, 4 | the Lord's call; for His Majesty is quite prepared to wait 12 1, 9 | you inward favours. His Majesty knows best what is suitable 13 1, 10| and they will see how His Majesty can lead them on from one 14 1, 12| Lord? May it please His Majesty to grant us to understand 15 1, 1 | no small thing that His Majesty should have enabled me to 16 1, 3 | go on living. Beseech His Majesty, my daughters, always to 17 1, 3 | foolhardy woman. But His Majesty well knows that I can count 18 1, 4 | desirous not to offend His Majesty; they avoid committing even 19 1, 6 | we are to complain of His Majesty. For, if, when He tells 20 1, 6 | what do you expect His Majesty to do, for the reward which 21 1, 8 | weakest that His Divine Majesty gives favours, which I believe 22 2, 1 | completely detached from it, His Majesty has sent them tests which 23 2, 4 | were resigned to what His Majesty does, and kept my tranquillity 24 2, 7 | and order our lives as His Majesty ordains: let us desire that 25 2, 12| Lord is just, and what His Majesty denies you in this way He 26 2, 12| you in other ways -- His Majesty knows how. His secrets are 27 2, 14| when we beseech this of His Majesty, we do not become negligent 28 1, 1 | difficult to explain unless His Majesty takes it in hand, as He 29 1, 1 | to explain them. May His Majesty undertake this if there 30 1, 15| it is necessary (and His Majesty's will) that we should take 31 2, 1 | to have fruition of His Majesty. ~ 32 2, 4 | God, and, when it is His Majesty's will and He is pleased 33 2, 9 | reason than because His Majesty so wills. He knows why He 34 2, 9 | fourth reason is because His Majesty is not obliged to grant 35 3, 3 | I believe that, when His Majesty grants it, He does so to 36 3, 3 | that if we wish to give His Majesty free course, He will grant 37 3, 4 | in the soul; for, if His Majesty has not begun to grant us 38 3, 5 | activity in matters where His Majesty appears to have set a limit 39 3, 6 | glory which is His? When His Majesty wishes the working of the 40 3, 8 | the arms of love, and His Majesty will teach it what to do 41 3, 9 | trials for God's sake, His Majesty will give him grace to bear 42 3, 10| in them except that His Majesty is showing them especial 43 1, 4 | or do any harm; for His Majesty is in such close contact 44 1, 6 | favour has come from God; His Majesty has put it into my mind 45 1, 7 | favours are bad or good. His Majesty knows all about this, as 46 1, 7 | rather must we serve His Majesty with humility and simplicity 47 1, 10| efforts of our own; His Majesty must put us right into the 48 1, 10| you will see how it is His Majesty's will that the soul should 49 2, 1 | can do nothing to make His Majesty grant us this favour, we 50 2, 6 | with God's favour. May His Majesty Himself be our Mansion as 51 2, 6 | has cost the most, so His Majesty will unite our small trials 52 2, 14| Son did? As, indeed, His Majesty said at the Last Supper: " 53 2, 15| them. What, then, would His Majesty feel when He found Himself 54 2, 15| offences committed against His Majesty and so many souls going 55 3, 8 | the Father,143 as in His Majesty's prayer. Consider what 56 3, 8 | things of us: love for His Majesty and love for our neighbour. 57 3, 8 | Who is so great! May His Majesty be pleased to give us grace 58 3, 9 | for so dearly does His Majesty love us that He will reward 59 3, 13| must not cease to beg His Majesty for the union which I have 60 3, 13| neighbour, and allow His Majesty to work, and, if you use 61 4, 3 | can give Him pleasure. His Majesty, Who will know quite well 62 4, 8 | without much labour. His Majesty is so anxious for it not 63 4, 9 | already had converse with His Majesty and reached the point which 64 4, 10| be impossible unless His Majesty and the Holy Spirit151 guide 65 4, 10| explaining any of it, for His Majesty knows that, so far as I 66 4, 10| Spouse. May it please His Majesty that we be worthy to do 67 1, 2 | almost continuously near His Majesty and its nearness brings 68 1, 4 | from itself, but is His Majesty's gift; so it breaks into 69 1, 4 | the soul thinks that His Majesty has been pleased for them 70 1, 5 | offending God, but that His Majesty is permitting this for its 71 1, 8 | and although, when His Majesty grants them this favour, 72 1, 8 | Him, and as if to hear His Majesty spoken of is like hearing 73 1, 12| done anything good, or His Majesty has granted it any favour, 74 2, 2 | God, he is awakened by His Majesty, as though by a rushing 75 3, 8 | do nothing but praise His Majesty everlastingly -- much more, 76 3, 11| of God. For this is His Majesty's will, so by carrying it 77 3, 19| other choice. May His Divine Majesty grant us to fix our eyes 78 4 | receive great favours from His Majesty.~ 79 4, 1 | fruition of its Spouse; and His Majesty, knowing our weakness, continues 80 4, 2 | are going to see what His Majesty does to confirm this betrothal, 81 4, 2 | was so near to such great majesty, it might perhaps be unable 82 4, 3 | hears spoken by God. His Majesty is moved with compassion 83 4, 4 | or such knowledge of His Majesty. This may seem impossible; 84 4, 11| so that we may please His Majesty in everything. ~ 85 4, 16| these attacks will be to His Majesty's honour. But her soul they 86 5, 4 | part I believe that, if His Majesty were to reveal Himself to 87 5, 4 | beseech you, to whom His Majesty has granted these favours 88 5, 5 | When it reflects what His Majesty is doing with it, and then 89 5, 12| praised. And may it please His Majesty to grant us to be worthy 90 6, 2 | for her and beseech His Majesty to lead her by another road, 91 6, 5 | bestowed upon it by His Majesty. And this it realizes with 92 6, 13| May it please His Majesty often to bestow this prayer 93 7, 2 | that it forsook so great a Majesty for things so base. It thinks 94 7, 5 | understand the greatness and majesty of God, they would find 95 7, 9 | said again later. But His Majesty wants us to realize our 96 7, 10| seek it, since this is His Majesty's desire, as the Bride sought 97 7, 10| even for many years: His Majesty knows why; it is not our 98 8, 1 | to consider how, when His Majesty so wills, we cannot do otherwise 99 8, 1 | and methods whereby His Majesty communicates Himself to 100 8, 1 | He Who is of such great majesty and power. ~ 101 8, 3 | wanted to draw near to His Majesty in prayer, and at other 102 8, 4 | most tender love toward His Majesty, and yearnings, even deeper 103 8, 6 | only marvel and praise His Majesty for giving them to us. So 104 8, 8 | are withdrawn from it, His Majesty will see that it is the 105 8, 8 | commend yourself to the Divine Majesty and pray Him not to allow 106 9, 5 | presence is of such exceeding majesty that it fills the soul with 107 9, 10| with the same truth and majesty, nor can he produce the 108 9, 11| devil, especially if His Majesty has granted him the gift 109 9, 12| have a good conscience. His Majesty is able to bring good out 110 9, 23| desirous of serving His Majesty, at their own cost, and 111 10, 1 | trial; others, so that His Majesty may take His delight in 112 10, 1 | loving and praising God. His Majesty also communicates Himself 113 11, 1 | in a single moment. His Majesty has the power to do all 114 11, 3 | absent from God, and His Majesty now aids it with so lively 115 11, 12| right to do so, for His Majesty gives the strength to those 116 1, 1 | they contain. If it be His Majesty's will, may it please Him 117 1, 1 | Earnestly have I besought His Majesty, since He knows my intention 118 1, 3 | one in Heaven, where His Majesty alone dwells: so let us 119 1, 5 | mansion for God. Now, when His Majesty is pleased to grant the 120 1, 5 | His own Mansion. And His Majesty is pleased that it should 121 1, 10| It seems that the Divine Majesty, by means of this wonderful 122 2, 1 | for the first time, His Majesty is pleased to reveal Himself 123 2, 1 | splendour and beauty and majesty, as He did after His resurrection, 124 2, 5 | presupposes the entrance of His Majesty into the soul by union. 125 2, 7 | be included here, for His Majesty went on to say: "Not for 126 2, 8 | for so long as the Divine Majesty holds it thus by the hand 127 3, 2 | that the words which His Majesty addressed to her have produced 128 3, 4 | in her that whatever His Majesty does she considers to be 129 3, 5 | of the honours which His Majesty bestows upon them if their 130 3, 7 | with this and offer His Majesty their will to live as the 131 3, 8 | Lord Himself and it is His Majesty Who now lives in them. His 132 3, 9 | must you fail to answer His Majesty, even if you are busy with 133 3, 10| have no part in this: His Majesty has revealed Himself to 134 3, 12| that, for reasons which His Majesty alone knows, He was anxious 135 4, 2 | realize what it owes to His Majesty and what a great favour 136 4, 3 | enjoyed such converse with His Majesty245 -- they cannot, as I 137 4, 3 | feareth God."246 May His Majesty always protect us; let us 138 4, 4 | make a great error. For His Majesty can do nothing greater for 139 4, 7 | weak to carry them out, His Majesty will sometimes grant us 140 4, 8 | importance to you. If His Majesty revealed His love to us 141 4, 14| which you really can do, His Majesty will know that you would 142 4, 15| accomplish what we can, His Majesty will see to it that we become 143 4, 15| able to give Him, and His Majesty will unite it with that 144 4, 16| May it please His Majesty, my sisters and daughters, 145 4, 19| quite sure that it is His Majesty Who has said it, and if 146 4, 20| give great praise to His Majesty and beg Him to multiply


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