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1 0, 22| progress; it shrinks from no trials and attaches no importance 2 1, 4 | come through sicknesses and trials, or by means of truths which 3 1, 5 | to it are accompanied by trials and cares and annoyances; 4 1, 6 | will certainly suffer great trials at this time, especially 5 1, 9 | determination to resist outward trials if God will only grant you 6 1, 5 | nothing here of interior trials, which vex many good souls 7 1, 6 | referring to the great interior trials of which I have spoken, 8 1, 10| them. So we suffer terrible trials because we do not understand 9 1, 10| their complaints of interior trials -- especially if they are 10 1, 10| make us do. Most of these trials and times of unrest come 11 1, 13| all the scorn and all the trials which we may have to suffer 12 1, 13| have rest from the thousand trials which afflict us in the 13 3, 9 | previously. The fear of trials that he was wont to have 14 3, 9 | that, if he endures these trials for God's sake, His Majesty 15 2, 6 | Majesty will unite our small trials with the great trials which 16 2, 6 | small trials with the great trials which He suffered, and make 17 2, 8 | longing to suffer great trials and unable to do otherwise. 18 2, 10| this favour. Ah, Lord! What trials begin afresh for this soul! 19 2, 11| high degree, for even their trials are of such sublimity and 20 2, 15| could see the end of His trials; and that sight, together 21 3, 8 | loss, or that, if I have trials or illnesses, I must enjoy 22 3, 11| Let anyone who cannot bear trials like that be very careful 23 4, 10| without the delays and trials and perils incident to this 24 1 | has also to endure greater trials. Enumerates some of these 25 1 | any who suffer interior trials. ~ 26 1, 2 | the soul is to bear its trials, it has no less need of 27 1, 2 | God, how great are these trials, which the soul will suffer, 28 1, 2 | in freedom from earthly trials, in one way or in another. ~ 29 1, 6 | the greatest of exterior trials, I mean -- however many 30 1, 7 | say nothing of other great trials. It is true that she had 31 1, 8 | is another of the great trials suffered by these souls, 32 1, 10| involved her in so many trials; so he told her, whenever 33 1, 15| Other trials caused by devils, which 34 2, 1 | reality, for these very trials enable it to make a higher 35 2, 5 | years by suffering great trials, she would have felt well 36 2, 6 | and to desire to have many trials to endure, and to be very 37 3, 9 | himself have to suffer great trials on that account, but he 38 4, 1 | butterfly have amid all these trials and other things that I 39 5, 6 | giving her all the pains and trials which He had suffered in 40 5, 9 | so that it may suffer the trials of this trying road,180 41 6, 4 | capable of enduring many trials. And this she is determined 42 7, 14| long and there are many trials in it and we have need to 43 7, 14| reflect how they bore these trials, so that we, too, may bear 44 8, 9 | this leads to many sore trials, which, as things are at 45 9, 20| do you suppose that the trials suffered by those to whom 46 9, 22| brings with it a great many trials; and thus the soul does 47 11, 10| once loses its fear of any trials which may befall it; for 48 1, 10| however numerous were her trials and business worries, the 49 1, 10| was going through great trials, shortly after God had granted 50 1, 10| herself was left with all her trials and occupations so that 51 2, 9 | understand how the soul can have trials and afflictions and yet 52 3, 6 | You have already seen what trials and afflictions these souls 53 3, 6 | and to suffer the severest trials, if by so doing they can 54 3, 8 | no aridities or interior trials but a remembrance of Our 55 3, 9 | less), I believe that all trials would be well endured if 56 4, 5 | had to bear the greatest trials. Consider the trials suffered 57 4, 5 | greatest trials. Consider the trials suffered by His glorious 58 4, 5 | could endure such terrible trials? We can see in his life 59 4, 10| gain can be derived from trials, which may indeed have been 60 4, 13| came to her only after sore trials and great mortification -- 61 4, 13| to her. And how many such trials did she not endure later,


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