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1 0, 12| These desires and this love of mine made me lose all 2 0, 14| prayer already. For the love of God, let me get on with 3 0, 19| but are still very much in love with the venomous creatures 4 0, 21| full the inspiring force of love. It has not made a full 5 0, 21| total self-surrender. Its love is still governed by reason, 6 0, 22| directly from the spring. Its love is now free from servile 7 0, 49| and also in view of their love for me, anything I might 8 1, 3 | malodorous worms, and to love Him for His great goodness 9 1, 3 | lacking in humility and in love of his neighbour; for otherwise 10 1, 4 | awaken others to a fresh love of Him Who grants such mercies, 11 1, 4 | still greater proofs of His love. I am sure that, if any 12 2, 17| a cooling of charity and love among the sisters, and if 13 2, 17| perfection consists in the love of God and of our neighbour, 14 2, 18| This mutual love is so important for us that 15 1, 5 | memory. The will inclines to love One in Whom it has seen 16 1, 5 | so many acts and signs of love, some of which it would 17 1, 12| thoughts can arouse us to love this Lord? May it please 18 1, 4 | even venial sins;65 they love doing penance, they spend 19 1, 6 | be proportionate with the love which we bear Him? And this 20 1, 6 | which we bear Him? And this love, daughters, must not be 21 2, 8 | eminently reasonable folk! Their love is not yet ardent enough 22 2, 9 | my sisters; so, for the love of the Lord, let us make 23 2, 11| but in the increase of love; on this, too, will depend 24 2, 12| God, they come laden with love and fortitude, by the help 25 1, 7 | feelings are effects of love, and, even so, they are 26 1, 8 | not to think much, but to love much; do, then, whatever 27 1, 8 | whatever most arouses you to love. Perhaps we do not know 28 1, 8 | Perhaps we do not know what love is: it would not surprise 29 1, 8 | deal to learn this, for love consists, not in the extent 30 1, 8 | Those are the signs of love; do not imagine that the 31 1, 11| but the tranquillity and love in my soul are quite unaffected, 32 1, 12| bear everything for the love of God. Similarly we are 33 2, 8 | Lord grants it there or the love which draws it ever nearer 34 2, 9 | thing is that we should love God without any motive of 35 2, 9 | us and which of us truly love Him. That is certain truth, 36 2, 9 | who walk along the road of love, solely, as they should, 37 3, 4 | clear from what he says that love must already be awake.103 38 3, 8 | itself into the arms of love, and His Majesty will teach 39 3, 10| left Him Who in His great love was yearning to give Himself 40 3, 10| is showing them especial love, but this is quite sufficient 41 3, 13| Lord wishes to test her love for Him by seeing how she 42 1, 3 | loving, if it is able to love, it cannot understand how 43 2, 13| His hands and His great love has so completely subdued 44 2, 14| No, because My great love and My desire that souls 45 2, 15| death, and of proving what love He had for His Father by 46 2, 15| who have great strength of love perform great penances, 47 2, 15| obedience to Him and showing His love for His neighbour? Oh, the 48 3 | part played in it by the love of our neighbour. This chapter 49 3, 1 | given by God to those who love and serve Him. ~ 50 3, 7 | towards them, and failure to love them as we love ourselves. 51 3, 7 | failure to love them as we love ourselves. For, although 52 3, 8 | asks only two things of us: love for His Majesty and love 53 3, 8 | love for His Majesty and love for our neighbour. It is 54 3, 9 | in this, the greater the love you will have for God; for 55 3, 9 | dearly does His Majesty love us that He will reward our 56 3, 9 | that He will reward our love for our neighbour by increasing 57 3, 9 | neighbour by increasing the love which we bear to Himself, 58 3, 10| could ever attain perfect love for our neighbour unless 59 3, 10| it had its roots in the love of God. Since this is so 60 3, 11| clearly it can be seen what love of your neighbour really 61 3, 13| to grant you this perfect love for your neighbour, and 62 3, 13| for you. Think what the love which our Spouse had for 63 4, 2 | marriage. It is all a union of love with love, and its operations 64 4, 2 | all a union of love with love, and its operations are 65 4, 3 | each other and are both in love; and then they meet again 66 4, 3 | soul becomes so fired with love that for her part she does 67 4, 7 | to withdraw it from the love of God and to persuade it 68 4, 8 | back, especially in our love for each other and in our 69 4, 9 | far should cease to grow: love is never idle, so failure 70 4, 9 | to us worms. So, fired by love of Him, we shall run our 71 1, 1 | soul has been wounded with love for the Spouse and seeks 72 1, 5 | special and most tender love for them and thinks of them 73 1, 12| the smallest spark of any love for God, nor has it ever 74 2, 2 | its Spouse with words of love, and even cries aloud, being 75 2, 3 | to you this operation of love, yet I do not know any way 76 2, 4 | deeply does it feel this love. I have just been wondering 77 3, 6 | Thee, as art Thou to it, by love. ~ 78 3, 10| of Our Lord with a great love, he thinks that the voices 79 4, 11| do us great harm. For the love of God, then, sisters, let 80 4, 14| does not awaken the will to love; to this it is fully awake, 81 4, 15| as very little, for its love is so strong that it feels 82 5, 4 | though not perhaps out of love -- to offend Him. Oh, how 83 6, 1 | lasting repose; indeed, her love is so full of tenderness 84 6, 2 | Him for Whom she has such love. She is not hurt by what 85 6, 7 | this, rather than their love of God, which has excited 86 7, 5 | Magdalen; because, as their love was so great and they had 87 7, 6 | be wholly proficient in love. This is a thing of which 88 7, 7 | permanently enkindled in love, this is not possible for 89 7, 9 | employing itself wholly in love and it would be glad if 90 7, 12| these precious signs of His love, for they are living sparks 91 7, 12| soul more and more in its love for Our Lord. But these 92 7, 15| Him more than they, her love was so perfect that His 93 8, 1 | Himself to us, and reveals His love for us by means of such 94 8, 4 | companionship is born a most tender love toward His Majesty, and 95 8, 4 | vivid and almost constant love for Him Whom it sees or 96 9, 24| come from souls fired with love, who would like the Lord 97 9, 24| the satisfaction of their love, for the nature of love 98 9, 24| love, for the nature of love invariably finds expression 99 10, 4 | very glad to do so, and love those who do us wrong; for, 100 11, 1 | loved, the more does her love for Him grow. And gradually, 101 11, 2 | all seem to arise from our love, and are accompanied by 102 1, 4 | now what I mean. For the love of God, I beg you always 103 2, 3 | been pleased to reveal the love that He has for us by showing 104 2, 3 | persons the extent of that love, so that we may praise His 105 2, 7 | ourselves of it for the love of God, that same Lord will 106 2, 7 | do not know what greater love there can be than this. 107 3, 5 | they conceive a special love for them, so that, if they 108 3, 5 | possible to relieve them; they love to commend them to God, 109 3, 8 | of Our Lord and a tender love for Him, so that they would 110 3, 9 | penetrating touches of His love. This, sisters, you will 111 3, 9 | I say and make an act of love or exclaim with Saint Paul: " 112 3, 15| serve Him because of the love which they bear Him, as 113 4, 7 | recollected, and make acts of love to Our Lord and plan and 114 4, 8 | His Majesty revealed His love to us by doing and suffering 115 4, 9 | forward begins to go back, and love, I believe, can never be 116 4, 13| of Martha and shown her love for the Lord by washing 117 4, 14| towards all, and such fervent love for the Lord that it resembles 118 4, 15| anything we do as at the love with which we do it. If


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