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   Part, Chapter
1 1, 4 | years, especially when He sees we are persevering and have 2 1, 6 | especially if the devil sees that its character and habits 3 1, 7 | only with those whom he sees in the rooms where he himself 4 1, 7 | beaten, for, if the devil sees that he has firmly resolved 5 1, 12| they are)52 and "He that sees Me sees My Father."53 Well, 6 1, 12| and "He that sees Me sees My Father."53 Well, if we 7 2, 5 | indeed an excess of means, sees an opportunity of acquiring 8 3, 5 | the King has heard us, or sees us, we must not stay where 9 3, 9 | consolations of God, he sees that earthly things are 10 1, 9 | the time,121 but that it sees it clearly afterwards, and 11 2, 8 | God. And hence, when it sees God being offended, it becomes 12 2, 9 | it has had, everything it sees on earth leaves it dissatisfied, 13 3, 4 | peril of losing God, or sees that He is offended -- neither 14 3, 4 | Church of God. For this soul sees clearly that He knows what 15 4, 3 | in every way in which she sees that she can give Him pleasure. 16 4, 3 | in a secret way the soul sees Who this Spouse is that 17 4, 4 | betrothal. Afterwards, when he sees that the soul is completely 18 1, 4 | mentioned. For the soul sees quite clearly that if there 19 1, 8 | everything, as soon as he sees that he is dealing with 20 1, 8 | is particularly so if he sees any imperfection in the 21 1, 8 | mindful of its sins, and it sees faults in itself -- for 22 3, 7 | soul is distressed when it sees things going badly astray. 23 3, 9 | difficult circumstances, sees His word come true; such 24 3, 10| in a kind of dream, and sees things and believes that 25 4, 5 | suspension and the Lord sees fit to reveal to it certain 26 5, 7 | words. If, for examples he sees any of the saints, he knows 27 5, 8 | addition to the things which he sees with the eyes of the soul, 28 5, 8 | their Lord; and, though he sees nothing with the eyes of 29 5, 9 | affliction to it, and, if it sees any of the things which 30 5, 12| leaving the body when it sees the senses leaving it and 31 6, 1 | Everything in this life that it sees wearies it; when it finds 32 6, 10| festivities because she sees her soul in a place which 33 7, 9 | them for this soul when He sees fit to do so, as has been 34 8, 4 | constant love for Him Whom it sees or knows to be at its side. ~ 35 8, 10| Lord leads each of us as He sees we have need. Such experiences, 36 9, 2 | will take it back when he sees fit to do so. And that is 37 9, 4 | that, although the soul sees this for a certain length 38 10, 2 | although I say that the soul "sees" Him, it really sees nothing, 39 10, 2 | soul "sees" Him, it really sees nothing, for this is not 40 11, 10| it had previously, for it sees that no worldly thing was 41 11, 10| the creatures, because it sees that it can be comforted 42 11, 10| to offend Him, because it sees that He can torment as well 43 11, 12| strength to those who, He sees, have need of it, and He 44 1, 6 | greatest brightness. It sees these three Persons, individually, 45 2, 8 | afflicted and confused when it sees how little it is able to 46 3, 8 | fortitude to give us when He sees that we need it. These souls 47 3, 8 | been described, so that it sees quite clearly that this 48 4, 7 | often happens. For, when He sees a very timorous soul, He


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