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1 0, 19 | taken to perfect it. The souls in the First Mansions are 2 0, 29 | daughters and of all other souls who, either in her own day 3 0, 29 | persons qualified to guide souls to the highest states of 4 1 | beauty and dignity of our souls; makes a comparison by the 5 1, 2 | tells us so, that we possess souls. As to what good qualities 6 1, 2 | qualities there may be in our souls, or Who dwells within them, 7 1, 3 | He is pleased to grant to souls, and of the differences 8 1, 5 | being" in a place. Many souls remain in the outer court 9 1, 6 | a very learned man that souls without prayer are like 10 1, 6 | the same way, there are souls so infirm and so accustomed 11 1, 8 | then, of these paralysed souls, who, unless the Lord Himself 12 1, 8 | rather think of certain other souls, who do eventually enter 13 1, 8 | about the state of their souls, though not very carefully. 14 2, 4 | O souls redeemed by the blood of 15 2, 10 | the streams that flow from souls in mortal sin. Similarly, 16 2, 11 | help my daughters, how many souls the devil must have ruined 17 2, 11 | the devil uses to prevent souls from learning to know themselves 18 2, 12 | There are many ways in which souls enter them, always with 19 2, 12 | in each room to prevent souls from passing from one to 20 2, 12 | another, and as we, poor souls, fail to realize this, we 21 1, 1 | come to consider who the souls are that enter the second 22 1, 2 | them. In some ways, these souls have a much harder time 23 1, 2 | harder time because the souls in the first Mansions are, 24 1, 3 | These souls, then, can understand the 25 1, 8 | it will all collapse:45 souls which build like that will 26 1, 12 | without first entering our own souls -- without getting to know 27 1, 4 | to explain concerning the souls that have entered the third 28 1, 4 | Mansions. In enabling these souls to overcome their initial 29 1, 4 | goodness, there are many such souls in the world: they are most 30 1, 5 | trials, which vex many good souls to an intolerable degree, 31 1, 5 | most usual thing. These souls know that nothing would 32 1, 6 | these carefully-ordered souls and consider what they do 33 2, 1 | I HAVE known a few souls who have reached this state -- 34 2, 11 | latter is a great solace to souls whom God has brought so 35 2, 12 | which the Lord grants to souls that serve Him, it would 36 2, 13 | solid ground like that of souls who are already practised 37 1, 1 | the Lord grants to some souls, it is a different thing 38 1, 7 | gift of God. Most of the souls which dwell in the Mansions 39 1, 15 | ourselves, and not blame our souls for what is the work of 40 3, 9 | signs to be observed in souls to whom this prayer is granted 41 3, 10 | than by a great number of souls to whom the Lord does not 42 3, 10 | then, is sterner for such souls than for others and if they 43 3, 14 | which the greatest number of souls enter. As the natural is 44 1, 2 | and give strength to our souls so that we may dig until 45 1, 3 | I said "strength to our souls", because you must understand 46 2, 11 | by considering how many souls are lost, both of heretics 47 2, 11 | over the loss of Christian souls, many of whom, it fears, 48 2, 14 | love and My desire that souls shall be saved transcend 49 2, 15 | His Majesty and so many souls going to hell must, I think, 50 3, 1 | will always profit other souls so long as it leads a good 51 3, 5 | inseparable. The Lord can enrich souls in many ways and bring them 52 3, 11 | like the way in which some souls, when they are at prayer, 53 4 | to do all he can to turn souls back from the road they 54 4, 2 | good to itself and to other souls -- because it has not yet 55 4, 2 | God betrothes Himself to souls spiritually. Blessed be 56 4, 2(146)| The words "in . . . souls" were written by St. Teresa 57 4, 4 | So, Christian souls, whom the Lord has brought 58 4, 5 | Saint Ursula. And of the souls whom the devil must have 59 4, 7 | than when it can do many souls harm. ~ 60 1, 2 | to happen here. Not all souls, perhaps, will be led along 61 1, 2 | though I doubt very much if souls which from time to time 62 1, 8 | trials suffered by these souls, especially if they have 63 2, 3 | the signal favours which souls are granted by Thee. ~ 64 3, 3 | of the infirmity of these souls, to the injury of others, 65 3, 3 | infirm and with healthy souls there is invariably cause 66 3, 19 | this road think that such souls need not listen to these 67 4, 6 | irrelevant there may possibly be souls who will find it helpful. " 68 4, 8 | have in the depths of our souls; for it is clear that, since 69 4, 15 | becomes easy. And thus these souls make complaint to Our Lord 70 5, 4 | perdition as He does to these souls, they would not dare -- 71 5, 4 | the obligations attending souls who have been warned in 72 6, 3 | God gives these souls the keenest desire not to 73 6, 6 | are apparently found in souls which are very proficient, 74 7 | felt for their sins by the souls to Whom God grants the favours 75 7, 1 | think, sisters, that these souls to whom the Lord communicates 76 7, 4 | regard to fear of hell, these souls have none; they are sometimes 77 7, 7 | Some souls also imagine that they cannot 78 7, 13 | everyone, since God leads souls by many ways, but those 79 7, 14 | Some souls, at the beginning of the 80 9, 15 | hear that God is granting souls these graces, you must never 81 9, 24 | supernatural, and come from souls fired with love, who would 82 11, 3 | suffering resembles that of souls in purgatory; despite their 83 11, 7 | and the pains which such souls have to endure are beyond 84 11, 7 | describing. These unhappy souls know that they will have 85 11, 12 | it, and He defends these souls in every way and stands 86 1 | which God bestows on the souls that have attained entrance 87 1, 1 | but we do not prize our souls as creatures made in God' 88 1, 2 | Spiritual Marriage with your souls, which, as you will see, 89 1, 3 | to see that these unhappy souls are, as it were, in a dark 90 1, 4 | always to remember such souls when you pray.214 ~ 91 1, 5 | grace. We must not think of souls like theirs as mean and 92 1, 6(218)| which God gives to certain souls, through a most powerful 93 2, 7 | same Lord will fill our souls with Himself. Thus, one 94 3, 5 | When these souls are persecuted again, they 95 3, 6 | trials and afflictions these souls have suffered because of 96 3, 8 | short, the desires of these souls are no longer for consolations 97 3, 8 | sees that we need it. These souls have a marked detachment 98 3, 9 | where God dwells in our souls, and give Him fervent praise, 99 3, 12 | this Mansion and brings souls into it, they lose the great 100 3, 12 | secret dealings with such souls, for His judgments surpass 101 3, 15 | be the feeling of these souls when they realize that they 102 4, 1 | described as occurring in these souls are invariably present all 103 4, 1 | Sometimes Our Lord leaves such souls to their own nature, and 104 4, 3 | imagine that, because these souls have such vehement desires 105 4, 3 | distresses them to see so many souls being lost; and, although 106 4, 4 | it simply to give these souls pleasure. That would be 107 4, 10 | the only repose that these souls enjoy is of an interior 108 4, 11 | Saint Francis for bringing souls to God, so that He might 109 4, 12 | consists in our bringing Him souls, in every possible way, 110 4, 14 | that you are unable to lead souls to God, and have no means 111 4, 14 | fire kindling all their souls, while you constantly awaken 112 4, 14 | exactly as if you had won many souls for Him. ~


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