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St. Teresa of Avila
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suffer

   Part, Chapter
1 1, 6 | The soul will certainly suffer great trials at this time, 2 1, 8 | of the greatest suffering suffer most for Him and she will 3 1, 11| behave when you have to suffer these disturbances with 4 1, 5 | as He does also those who suffer from melancholy and other 5 2, 2 | cannot be surprised if they suffer, though I think this kind 6 2, 6 | what a good thing it is to suffer, and who were even desiring 7 2, 6 | who were even desiring to suffer? They would like every one 8 2, 10| our whole lives in it and suffer a thousand troubles and 9 2, 13| speaking, however, had to suffer great persecutions, they 10 1 | profitable for those who suffer greatly from distractions 11 1, 10| remember how much we have to suffer on this road through lack 12 1, 10| for us to ask them. So we suffer terrible trials because 13 1, 12| that what I say is true. I suffer when my prayer is not accompanied 14 1, 13| trials which we may have to suffer in this life can equal these 15 1, 15| blame for this, but it must suffer none the less, for, as we 16 2, 9 | these gifts is a desire to suffer and to imitate the Lord, 17 2, 8 | finds itself longing to suffer great trials and unable 18 2, 14| in the world, and still suffer, are such that by comparison 19 2, 15| would far sooner die than suffer it. And, I reflected, if 20 3, 12| that your devotion will suffer, but take pity on her: if 21 1 | good chapter for any who suffer interior trials. ~ 22 1, 2 | trials, which the soul will suffer, both within and without, 23 1, 2 | determination enough to enable us to suffer them or resolution enough 24 1, 6 | however many a soul may suffer: I repeat that it is only 25 1, 6 | itself, and would much rather suffer any martyrdom than these 26 1, 8 | lacking -- it then begins to suffer this torture. When the confessor 27 1, 9 | the torment of those who suffer in hell, for in this spiritual 28 2, 2 | it should desire not to suffer it, it would have no choice -- 29 2, 4 | soul yearning once again to suffer that loving pain of which 30 2, 6 | with a determination to suffer for God's sake and to desire 31 3, 9 | person may himself have to suffer great trials on that account, 32 3, 18| more precious, it does not suffer increasing confusion, it 33 4, 15| matter for the martyrs to suffer all their tortures, for 34 4, 16| caused them by having to suffer before others that to some 35 5, 9 | to travel, so that it may suffer the trials of this trying 36 5, 11| if it did so, it would suffer the greatest harm. But the 37 6, 4 | is determined to do: to suffer them is her desire. Stretch 38 6, 4 | fact she deserves not to suffer the very smallest trial 39 7, 2 | pain which it is bound to suffer on account of its sins, 40 7, 3 | order that she might not suffer such constant distress at 41 7, 4 | which they will have to suffer than because while they 42 7, 12| this great favour, and to suffer something for One Who has 43 9, 23| they were so anxious to suffer that they complained to 44 10, 3 | that God our Creator should suffer so many misdeeds to be committed 45 11, 3 | longer in the body they suffer much more than do those 46 11, 6 | if God so willed, would suffer it all its life long, although 47 11, 7 | know that they will have to suffer in this way for ever and 48 11, 7 | that we can do -- or even suffer -- in so short a life as 49 11, 8 | for natural weakness to suffer it. On one occasion it lasted 50 11, 10| the soul would be glad to suffer them all again and again; 51 3, 4 | produced is a great desire to suffer, but this is not of such 52 3, 4 | He wills that she should suffer, well and good; if not, 53 3, 6 | great many years and to suffer the severest trials, if 54 4, 10| saints which enabled them to suffer and die. ~


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