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1 0, 10 | centre, the stronger was the light; outside the palace limits 2 0, 11 | dwell in the human soul, the light suddenly vanished. Although 3 0, 19 | which, since the heat and light from within reach them only 4 0, 20 | There is more warmth and light here than in the First Mansions. ~ 5 2, 4 | you would never enjoy this light again. O Jesus! How sad 6 2, 7 | the Lord has thrown some light upon many matters of which 7 2, 14 | You must note that the light which comes from the palace 8 2, 14 | prevent it from seeing the light. It is as if one were to 9 2, 14 | them. The room itself is light enough, but he cannot enjoy 10 2, 14 | but he cannot enjoy the light because he is prevented 11 2, 15 | the guise of an angel of light. For there are a multitude 12 2, 17 | aim here must not be made light of, for he is trying to 13 1, 7 | journey is but begun. Give it light so that it may see how all 14 1, 1 | I have now a little more light upon these favours which 15 1, 15 | Lord is pleased to give us light. But it is necessary (and 16 2, 6 | cast sweet perfumes; the light cannot be seen, nor the 17 1, 1 | for this purpose. Send me light from Heaven, my Lord, that 18 1, 1 | himself into an angel of light, he should deceive them, 19 1, 4 | transfigured into an angel of light. It retains a thousand suspicions, 20 1, 6 | As God uses them to give light to His Church, He reveals 21 3, 2 | Later, the Lord gave her new light. It is true that she had 22 4, 5 | Lord in His mercy give us light lest we fall into such darkness. ~ 23 4, 7 | He wishes to set up as a light to others; for, if it is 24 4, 8 | beg the Lord to give us light, we shall at once discern 25 1, 4 | Lord has given it greater light and shown it that anything 26 2, 2(157)| lightning-flash. Although no light is seen"; but she deleted 27 3, 5 | need be spoken; a great light comes to it; and all its 28 3, 17 | counterfeit the spirit of light. He will do this, in my 29 3, 17 | in the soul this peace or light, but only restlessness and 30 4, 4 | things of God or had such light or such knowledge of His 31 4, 6 | had not had more interior light, he would not have understood 32 5, 7 | and has been shown a fresh light there, so much unlike any 33 6, 11 | dissemble: it would find this no light distress. That must have 34 7, 7 | Lord also says that He is light189 and that no one can come 35 7, 7(189)| The words "the Lord . . . light" [which clearly interrupt 36 8, 8 | will continue to give him light, so that he in his turn 37 9, 4 | is like that of infused light or of a sun covered with 38 9, 20 | grants these favours are light ones? No, they are very 39 11, 11 | is indeed a peril and no light one. The other is the peril 40 1, 3 | that there is not only a light which we can see, but also 41 1, 3 | see, but also an interior light, and so we think that within 42 1, 3 | capable212 of receiving the light. A certain person came to 43 1, 6(218)| through a most powerful light which He infuses into them, 44 1, 9 | among men. But although the light which accompanies it may 45 1, 9 | are all in darkness. The light by which they can be seen 46 1, 9 | may be asked if, when the light returns, and this person 47 2, 4 | were joined so that the light they give is one: the wicks 48 2, 4 | wicks and the wax and the light are all one, yet afterwards 49 2, 4 | windows through which the light streamed in: it enters in 50 2, 6 | a sun whence this great light proceeds, which is transmitted 51 2, 7 | all that can shut out this light, we do not see ourselves 52 4, 20 | multiply His Church and to give light to the Lutherans and to


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