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1 0, 49 | will be granting me a great favour if a single one of these 2 2, 5 | referred just now said that the favour which God had granted her 3 1, 4 | must not despise this first favour, sisters, nor be disconsolate, 4 1, 4 | has granted them no small favour, but a very great one. I 5 1, 4 | that He will grant them any favour. ~ 6 2, 4 | grant us some supernatural favour, its coming is accompanied 7 2, 8 | him a surpassingly great favour, and another very great 8 2, 8 | know how to obtain this favour. I will tell you what I 9 2, 10 | not fail to grant us this favour, and many others which we 10 3, 3 | help if God grants us this favour. Do not suppose that the 11 3, 3 | pleased to grant us this favour. For my own part, I believe 12 3, 4 | right to recognize what a favour it is; and the thanksgiving 13 3, 9 | has granted a soul this favour; it must continue receiving 14 3, 10 | whom God has granted this favour if he gives up prayer; unless 15 1, 4 | has been asleep, if the favour was a gift of God, or if 16 1, 6 | wrong or to doubt if some favour has come from God; His Majesty 17 1, 8 | may never grant it that favour again, it can neither forget 18 1, 9 | essence; God granted her a favour of this kind, which convinced 19 1, 9 | the many other kinds of favour which God grants the soul. 20 1, 9(123)| Edition, p. 180). Later, a favour which she received (Relations, 21 2, 1 | His Majesty grant us this favour, we can do a great deal 22 2, 6 | what we can do, with God's favour. May His Majesty Himself 23 2, 10 | whom God has granted this favour will realize that I have 24 2, 10 | once again to grant us this favour. Ah, Lord! What trials begin 25 2, 10 | had received so signal a favour? But, after all,133 we must 26 2, 13 | think, will God grant this favour save to the soul which He 27 2, 14 | life: He can grant us no favour greater than that. Who could 28 3, 1 | no more than receive this favour, and, as though she enjoyed 29 3, 1 | God's will that so great a favour should not be given in vain, 30 3, 3 | well be achieved, with the favour of Our Lord, if we endeavour 31 3, 3 | when you have obtained this favour from the Lord, you need 32 1, 7 | began to grant her this favour aforementioned, forty years 33 1, 8 | Majesty grants them this favour, they feel secure and cannot 34 1, 12 | Majesty has granted it any favour, the whole thing seems to 35 2, 3 | no way of describing this favour, small though it is by comparison 36 2, 5 | Our Lord has granted this favour will recognize the fact 37 2, 5 | ingratitude for so great a favour, and let him endeavour to 38 2, 5 | person who was granted this favour spent several years in the 39 2, 8 | Lord. The source of this favour is that already referred 40 2, 8 | endeavour to receive this favour and give thanks for it. ~ 41 3 | which we may know when this favour is, and when it is not, 42 3, 1 | respects it seems a greater favour than the others, may also 43 3, 17 | Lord has granted her this favour very frequently indeed; 44 3, 18 | it is so, the greater the favour the soul receives, the less 45 4, 15 | prayer, what can be said of a favour as great as this? Such a 46 4, 16 | When this favour is granted them secretly 47 4, 18 | reception of this great favour, the favour itself becomes 48 4, 18 | of this great favour, the favour itself becomes discredited, 49 5 | Says something of this favour which God grants in a way 50 5, 6(178)| St. Teresa received this favour at Seville about 1575-6. 51 6 | deception. Treats of another favour which the Lord grants to 52 6, 10 | that, if He grants you this favour, you may give Him hearty 53 7, 8 | something of this Divine favour, with the result that they 54 7, 11 | begin by thinking of the favour which God bestowed upon 55 7, 12 | of return for this great favour, and to suffer something 56 8, 2 | be about to grant it this favour, which it has never thought 57 8, 2 | whom God had granted this favour, together with other favours 58 8, 2 | until He granted her this favour to which I am referring 59 8, 4 | say about it is true. This favour of the Lord brings with 60 8, 4 | the fact; but when this favour is granted it can no longer 61 8, 5 | precious quality of this favour are best seen in what the 62 8, 6 | them; for, as this is not a favour which is granted to all, 63 9, 4 | on which God bestows this favour remains in rapture, because 64 9, 7 | mind when we remember this favour which God grants to the 65 9, 10 | complete certainty that this favour comes from God. However 66 9, 10 | could possibly grant this favour to such a sinner. But that 67 9, 11 | whom God has granted such a favour may be unable to describe 68 9, 15 | derives great profit from this favour bestowed by the Lord, for 69 9, 16 | He is doing him a great favour in not casting him into 70 9, 22 | what it is to receive a favour of this kind, and there 71 9, 22 | are others who receive a favour of this kind, and there 72 10, 4 | passes quickly, it is a great favour for the Lord to bestow it 73 11 | profit which comes from this favour granted by the Lord.~ 74 1, 2 | sakes, He will grant me this favour, so that you may understand 75 1, 5 | soul the aforementioned favour of this Divine Marriage, 76 1, 5 | how or in what way that favour comes which it is enjoying; 77 1, 6 | understand something of the favour which He is granting it, 78 1, 8 | having granted her this favour, He will not allow her to 79 1, 10 | God had granted her this favour, she complained of her soul, 80 1, 11 | His mercy, grants us the favour of bringing us to the place 81 2, 1 | Marriage, although this great Favour cannot be fulfilled perfectly 82 2, 1 | lost. When granting this favour for the first time, His 83 2, 3 | secret and so sublime a favour, and such delight is felt 84 2, 4 | a thing by itself. This favour of the Lord passes quickly 85 2, 4 | understand. In this other favour of the Lord it is not so: 86 2, 8 | which God grants it this favour, it is sure of its salvation 87 3, 9 | pleased to bestow this secret favour upon you in public, as your 88 3, 10 | afraid that this sublime favour may be counterfeited by 89 4, 2 | Majesty and what a great favour it is receiving, and may 90 4, 5 | feel after receiving this favour from the Lord? And what 91 4, 7 | the sign of every genuine favour and of everything else that 92 4, 8 | but showing them no slight favour. Unless they resolve to


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