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1 1, 1 | the soul of the righteous man is nothing but a paradise, 2 1, 3 | as He said of the blind man to whom He gave his sight, 3 1, 6 | was told by a very learned man that souls without prayer 4 1, 7 | thought about previously; if a man is in the habit of speaking 5 1, 8 | them to rise, are like the man who had lain beside the 6 2, 5 | I once heard a spiritual man say that he was not so much 7 1, 6 | been describing. For, if a man is bitten by a viper, his 8 1, 7 | troubling him. Let him play the man and not be like those who 9 1, 10 | will bring good, just as a man selling an antidote will 10 1, 12(52)| Actually the words are: "No man cometh. . . ."] ~ 11 1, 1 | say but "Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord"?56 12 1, 1 | right in calling such a man blessed, for, unless he 13 1, 4 | for David was a very holy man, yet you know what Solomon63 14 1, 5 | they were for the young man when the Lord told him what 15 1, 5 | Mansions I have had that young man in mind, for we are exactly 16 1, 6 | sorrowfully, like the young man in the Gospel,67 what do 17 2, 4 | A rich man, who is childless and has 18 2, 4 | charity as these. If this man cannot resign himself, because 19 2, 13 | circumspection; they should select a man who is completely disillusioned 20 1, 9 | understanding. I asked a learned man about this and he said I 21 2, 4 | that the whole of the outer man enjoys this consolation 22 3, 9 | everything is lost, however far a man may have climbed towards 23 2, 15 | had He not been more than man, one day of that grief would 24 3, 6(141)| presumably meant the Pauline "old man".] ~ 25 3, 11 | of a learned confessor, a man of clear insight and a servant 26 4, 11 | did the clay to the blind man who was healed by our Spouse;172 27 5, 2 | is a fact that a powerful man cannot bear away a straw 28 7, 12 | fact unable to do so. A man will not be right, however, 29 7, 15 | knew that He was God and Man; and, although she loved 30 8, 8 | confession, to some very learned man (for it is from such men 31 8, 8 | not be a very spiritual man, someone with learning is 32 8, 8 | to you, though no learned man would say such a thing if 33 8, 9 | your director, though a man of prayer, has not been 34 8, 9 | I advise you to go to a man who has both spirituality 35 9, 7 | Even Saint Jerome, holy man though he was, did not banish 36 9, 11 | has this and is a learned man, he will be able to form 37 9, 12 | your mind. A very learned man used to say that the devil 38 9, 13 | This learned man thought that the counsel, 39 9, 23 | of two indeed; one was a man. Both were desirous of serving 40 10, 5 | where he says that every man is a liar.204 One would 41 10, 5(204)| said in my excess: 'Every man as a liar,'" Cf. A.V., Psalm 42 10, 6 | the presence of God and man, in every way possible to 43 1, 4 | stand looking at such a man and not give him this food 44 1, 6(218)| following note here: "Though man in this life, if so raised 45 4, 3 | says David, "Blessed is the man that feareth God."246 May


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