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1 2, 1 | to give pleasure to the devil; and, as the devil is darkness 2 2, 1 | to the devil; and, as the devil is darkness itself, the 3 2, 4 | by a tree rooted in the devil? ~ 4 2, 11 | daughters, how many souls the devil must have ruined in this 5 2, 11 | crafts and wiles which the devil uses to prevent souls from 6 2, 12 | good intentions; but as the devil's intentions are always 7 2, 12 | kinds of deceptions. The devil is less successful with 8 2, 15 | be watchful against the devil's wiles, lest he deceive 9 2, 17 | The devil's aim here must not be made 10 2, 18 | perfection can be bought. The devil might also use this temptation 11 2, 18 | prevent deception by the devil, it should be strongly stressed 12 2, 18 | for from this practice the devil can pluck great advantage 13 1 | the fierce war which the devil wages against us. Tells 14 1, 5 | these pleasures which the devil pictures to it are accompanied 15 1, 6 | time, especially if the devil sees that its character 16 1, 7 | to be beaten, for, if the devil sees that he has firmly 17 1, 11 | disturbances with which the devil torments you;49 and about 18 1, 8 | which is the aim of the devil. Be sure that, where there 19 2, 13 | to such pleasures and the devil well knows how to contrive 20 1, 3 | had no temptations, the devil might mislead it with regard 21 1, 10 | abandon the struggle, as the devil tries to make us do. Most 22 1, 12 | do not worry and if the devil is responsible for them 23 1, 15 | imagination and our nature and the devil. ~ 24 3, 10 | occasions of sin, because the devil sets much more store by 25 3, 10 | and so they can do the devil great harm and may well 26 3, 10 | vainglory and grant that the devil may not counterfeit these 27 3, 12 | understood her. I believe the devil would go to any pains to 28 3, 14 | it, it is here that the devil can do most harm; for in 29 1, 1 | these joys, lest, when the devil transfigures himself into 30 1, 4 | a gift of God, or if the devil was transfigured into an 31 1, 4 | indeed union with God,113 the devil cannot enter or do any harm; 32 1, 4(115)| are clearly seen by the devil unless God blinds him in 33 1, 5 | very fond of vanities the devil will send us into transports 34 2, 10 | and perhaps even by the devil, who gives peace to the 35 3, 10 | virtues; the wiles of the devil are terrible, he will run 36 3, 11 | of the imagination. The devil makes good use of the imagination 37 4 | proceeding carefully, since the devil is most careful to do all 38 4, 4 | short meeting,149 and the devil will take great pains about 39 4, 5 | whom, notwithstanding, the devil, with great subtlety and 40 4, 5 | win a whole multitude. The devil has much experience in this 41 4, 5 | And of the souls whom the devil must have lost through Saint 42 4, 6 | By what avenues can the devil enter and lead you into 43 4, 7 | would not be lost. But the devil comes with his artful wiles, 44 4, 8 | out of His hand that the devil can recapture it without 45 4, 9 | serious misgivings, as the devil is undoubtedly anxious to 46 1, 3 | deluded", that "this is the devil's work", that "she's going 47 1, 8 | to melancholy or to the devil. The world is so full of 48 1, 8 | abroad just now, and the devil makes so much use of it 49 1, 9 | and the nonsense which the devil attempts to present to it, 50 2, 5 | it is a deception of the devil, or a mere fancy. It is 51 2, 6 | bestowed upon the soul by the devil: he can give pleasures and 52 2, 7 | on other occasions the devil may create fancies of the 53 3, 2 | experiences come from the devil. One should listen to them 54 3, 2 | have been deceived by the devil, although this may not be 55 3, 3 | to these fancies. For the devil is apt to take advantage 56 3, 4 | equally well come from the devil or from one's own imagination. 57 3, 4 | would if it came from the devil himself. The words may, 58 3, 5 | is a spirit sent by the devil, and it is full of fear. 59 3, 7 | whole thing came from the devil, or can have been the work 60 3, 7 | put into our minds by the devil in order to distress us 61 3, 7 | difficulties. What will the devil not do in this case by encouraging 62 3, 11 | The devil's locutions are more to 63 3, 12 | matter is being played by the devil. The wonderful effects it 64 3, 17 | locutions come from the devil their source can be more 65 3, 18 | and will not allow the devil to deceive it, though it 66 5, 10 | this is no work of the devil; such an experience could 67 5, 10 | the imagination, and the devil could never reveal things 68 6, 2 | for she is afraid that the devil may be going to deceive 69 6, 6 | are very proficient, the devil might encourage them in 70 6, 7 | can to induce tears. The devil does his best, in such cases, 71 6, 9 | in tranquillity and the devil will have less opportunity 72 6, 10 | possibly have come from the devil. ~ 73 7, 6 | was clear to me that the devil was trying to deceive me 74 7, 15 | and that if we took it the devil might end by causing us 75 8, 3 | result of melancholy. The devil again, could not do so much 76 8, 3 | was not the work of the devil and came to understand it 77 8, 4 | humility. If it came from the devil, it would be just the reverse. 78 8, 7 | said, if they are of the devil, I do not think they can 79 8, 7 | thought on Him would make the devil so furious that, though 80 8, 7 | that He will not allow the devil to have all this power over 81 8, 7 | will see to it that the devil is speedily disillusioned. ~ 82 8, 8 | He sometimes allows the devil to attack it, his efforts 83 8, 8 | tells you that it is the devil, this will be a greater 84 8, 9 | no reason for fear, the devil implants such excessive 85 9, 1 | imaginary visions, in which the devil is said to interfere more 86 9, 10 | in matters of faith, the devil can disturb the soul, but 87 9, 11 | virtue; if they come from the devil there will soon be signs 88 9, 11 | imagination or from the devil, especially if His Majesty 89 9, 12 | following the road by which the devil hoped to bring you to destruction. 90 9, 12 | man used to say that the devil is a skilful painter, and 91 9, 12 | so he would be using the devil's own wicked weapons to 92 9, 17 | great peril, because the devil has only to see a door left 93 10, 1 | is a great gain for the devil; he is delighted to see 94 10, 1 | dangerous, because, I think, the devil cannot counterfeit them. 95 10, 8 | scope here either for the devil or for the soul's own imagination, 96 3, 10 | be counterfeited by the devil but retains the unwavering 97 3, 10 | where, as I believe, the devil will not enter, because 98 4, 5 | or from the deceit of the devil. Do you imagine that he 99 4, 14 | told you elsewhere that the devil sometimes puts ambitious


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