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1 0, 12| they may have done me some good!' I promised her not to 2 0, 20| edifying conversations, good company and so on. It is 3 0, 41| included. The copy makes a good many alterations, mainly 4 0, 45| the autograph which did a good deal to restore the respect 5 1, 1 | and so full of all that is good? I can find nothing with 6 1, 2 | possess souls. As to what good qualities there may be in 7 1, 7 | interior matters, and that is a good way of keeping oneself from 8 1, 8 | affairs; but their desires are good; sometimes, though infrequently, 9 1, 8 | Still, they have done a good deal by entering at all. ~ 10 2, 1 | mortal sin, none of the good works it may do will be 11 2, 2 | and causes it to produce good fruit. When the soul, on 12 2, 5 | made her realize that any good thing we do has its source, 13 2, 5 | that, whenever she did any good thing, or saw such a thing 14 2, 5 | a rule, when she did any good action, she never gave a 15 2, 7 | continually hear what a good thing prayer is, and our 16 2, 8 | one can have too much of a good thing, as the saying goes,34 17 2, 9 | repeat that it is a very good thing -- excellent, indeed -- 18 2, 10| readier to embrace all that is good: if we never rise above 19 2, 10| For extremes are not good," they say, "even in virtue; 20 2, 10| case I shall only be doing good people harm; anyway, a person 21 2, 11| our eyes upon Christ our Good, from Whom we shall learn 22 2, 12| enter them, always with good intentions; but as the devil' 23 2, 12| offend God and may perform good works. Those who find themselves 24 2, 16| herself. This, in itself, is good; but, if the prioress has 25 2, 16| see what this apparently good thing has led to. Another 26 2, 16| This, again, is a very good thing; but the result of 27 1, 2 | should realize that it is good to flee from them. In some 28 1, 3 | dwells, He becomes a very good Neighbour to them. And such 29 1, 4 | through the conversations of good people, or from sermons, 30 1, 4 | or through the reading of good books; and there are many 31 1, 4 | are persevering and have good desires. This is the most 32 1, 5 | its own house is full of good things, if it will only 33 1, 5 | a Host Who will put all good things into its possession, 34 1, 10| your fall God will bring good, just as a man selling an 35 1, 10| will enjoy many more good things than they could ever 36 1, 12| can get to know Him or do good works in His service. For 37 1 | we may reach, and of how good it is for us to walk in 38 1 | chapter contains several good points.~ 39 1, 3 | Lady, and when you have as good a Mother as that there is 40 1, 3 | great she must be and what a good thing it is that we have 41 1, 4 | abhorring them. All that is good, but, as I have said, it 42 1, 5 | interior trials, which vex many good souls to an intolerable 43 1, 5 | venial sin -- and they make good use of their lives and their 44 1, 5 | away from your own trifling good works, for these you are 45 1, 7 | measure).68 This is a very good beginning; and, if we persevere 46 2, 4 | led him thus far, well and good; but he ought to realize 47 2, 5 | after more and more, however good his intention may be (and 48 2, 5 | his intention may be (and good it must be, because, as 49 2, 6 | Him, for this our God is good indeed. And yet they become 50 2, 6 | suffered, and upon what a good thing it is to suffer, and 51 2, 9 | is only to journey with good speed so that we may see 52 2, 12| that, surely those who are good and humble will praise Him 53 2, 12| Him once, I think it is a good thing that all this should 54 2, 12| and grow continually in good works and virtues. Do not 55 2, 14| theirs, but this, though good, is not the most important 56 1, 3 | in fact they do the soul good. I think in this state of 57 1, 10| what is not bad at all, but good, and think it very wrong. 58 1, 12| praying altogether. It is not good for us to be disturbed by 59 2, 9 | knows better than we what is good for us and which of us truly 60 3, 2 | strangers, to whom all the good things in the castle are 61 3, 2 | castle, perceives their good will, and in His great mercy 62 3, 2 | back to Him. So, like a good Shepherd, with a call so 63 3, 3 | Him as there. This is a good habit and an excellent kind 64 3, 4 | have never seemed to me good enough to lead me to accept 65 3, 7 | of absorption, well and good; but it should not try to 66 3, 8 | unworthiness to receive such great good and to occupy itself in 67 3, 9 | continuance that all our good proceeds. ~ 68 3, 12| he was beginning to make good progress with this one. ~ 69 1, 4 | happened until it has had a good deal of experience of it. 70 1, 7 | communicates His favours are bad or good. His Majesty knows all about 71 2, 4 | as frequent confessions, good books and sermons, for these 72 2, 4 | itself on this food, and on good meditations, until it is 73 2, 7 | obedience, and all the other good works that you know of. 74 2, 12| live, and in thinking how good it would be for us to depart 75 3, 1 | souls so long as it leads a good life, and from its own heat 76 3, 8 | enjoy bearing them. It is good if we can do this and some 77 3, 9 | God, although we may have good reasons for believing that 78 3, 10| practice and carry out for the good of our neighbours in the 79 3, 11| imagination. The devil makes good use of the imagination in 80 3, 13| rights and forget your own good in your concern for theirs, 81 4, 2 | always fruitful in doing good to itself and to other souls -- 82 4, 7 | and, under colour of doing good, sets about undermining 83 4, 10| commit, even in doing our good works! Amen. ~ 84 1 | conduct themselves. This is a good chapter for any who suffer 85 1, 3 | their own lives and dragged good people down with them", 86 1, 4 | there are who believe the good things they say by comparison 87 1, 4 | clearly that if there is any good in it this is a gift of 88 1, 4 | and shown it that anything good it may have does not come 89 1, 4 | for them to think of it as good, though in fact it is not, 90 1, 5 | unmeritedly described as good is an incomparably greater 91 1, 8 | that confessors have very good cause to be afraid of it 92 1, 12| If it has done anything good, or His Majesty has granted 93 3, 4 | with the Pharisees: any good you may gain will depend 94 3, 7 | many blessings, or produce good works tending greatly to 95 4, 11| more earnestly to bring good out of our wretchedness, 96 5, 5 | failures. If it does any good action, rather than remember 97 6, 5 | experience which is extremely good for it, making it realize 98 6, 7 | to believe that tears are good, they make no attempt to 99 6, 9 | aridity. He knows best what is good for us, and in this way 100 6, 11| give it to us all! And how good He has been to you in placing 101 6, 12| are those who have had the good fortune to escape from it! 102 7, 5 | mind; those who have been good will have nothing to grieve 103 7, 6 | me admit that this is a good way. I may be wrong and 104 7, 7 | they lose their Guide, the good Jesus, they will be unable 105 7, 9 | into flame. Would it be a good thing for the soul to remain 106 7, 9 | certainly not; nor is it a good thing to expect miracles: 107 7, 13| should suspend it, well and good; for in that case He will 108 7, 13| it in everything that is good; whereas, if it laboured 109 7, 13| mysteries of Jesus Christ our Good. No one, however spiritual, 110 7, 14| bear them perfectly. The good Jesus is too good company 111 7, 14| perfectly. The good Jesus is too good company for us to forsake 112 8, 1 | companionship with this good Jesus, it will be well for 113 8, 3 | strengthened and gladdened by such good companionship. For she saw 114 8, 3 | again, could not do so much good: were it his work, the soul 115 8, 4 | ignorant and thus I can be a good witness and you may be sure 116 8, 7 | soul such a great deal of good, or bring it such inward 117 8, 7 | is so evil to do so much good; he could not, in fact, 118 8, 8 | on your soul, either for good or for evil: commend yourself 119 8, 9 | seeing you are leading a good life, she may think your 120 9, 12| you are humble and have a good conscience. His Majesty 121 9, 12| Majesty is able to bring good out of evil and you will 122 9, 12| is of Him Who is our only Good. ~ 123 9, 14| extremely struck by the good reasons against the practice 124 9, 15| Even if you think it a very good one, and to be greatly prized 125 9, 22| put those it receives to a good use. ~ 126 10, 4 | loving us, and so He has very good reason for desiring us all 127 10, 5 | cannot lie. This is a very good explanation of David's meaning 128 10, 7 | true to say that we have no good thing in ourselves, but 129 11, 5 | Since she is absent from her Good, why should she wish to 130 11, 7 | suffering is doing them any good, yet they keep suffering 131 1, 3 | bound so that they can do no good thing which will help them 132 1, 6 | everything is different. Our good God now desires to remove 133 1, 8 | this belief the soul has good reason, though all the time 134 3, 4 | should suffer, well and good; if not, she does not worry 135 3, 11| in this state and do it good that I am reminded of the 136 3, 13| together with all those other good effects already described 137 4, 2 | soul is gaining from the good Companion Who is with it. 138 4, 2 | service and from its own good resolutions. On the contrary, 139 4, 4 | It will be a good thing, sisters, if I tell 140 4, 6 | Marriage, of which are born good works and good works alone. ~ 141 4, 6 | are born good works and good works alone. ~ 142 4, 7 | does it a great deal of good; and later, when the soul 143 4, 8 | fact, it is for your own good that it should not; if it 144 4, 8 | sisters, if you wish to lay good foundations, each of you 145 4, 15| for all our sisters are good already." What has that 146 4, 19| likeness. If you find anything good in this book which helps


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