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praise

   Part, Chapter
1 0, 24| persecution; undeserved praise; inexperienced, timid or 2 0, 49| that my words help her to praise Him ever so little better. 3 1, 3 | receive any, you can still praise His great goodness. For, 4 1, 3 | and in order that we may praise Him in His creatures. ~ 5 2, 5 | then went on at once to praise God; and, as a rule, when 6 1, 3 | you and I unworthily wear. Praise Him, my daughters, for you 7 2, 12| are good and humble will praise Him much more. If it only 8 2, 12| enables a single person to praise Him once, I think it is 9 3, 4 | himself should give God great praise, for he will be very right 10 1, 3 | so that we may give great praise to the Lord. ~ 11 1, 7 | simplicity of heart, and praise Him for His works and wonders. ~ 12 2, 8 | finds itself so anxious to praise the Lord that it would gladly 13 2, 9 | life! Here is something to praise God for -- namely, that 14 1, 4 | plunged deep into sin. So this praise is an intolerable torment 15 3, 8 | would like to do nothing but praise His Majesty everlastingly -- 16 4, 7 | Let us give Him hearty praise for being pleased to allow 17 4, 15| tongue so that it might praise Him. It has tremendous desires 18 4, 16| afflicted, for either they will praise Me or murmur at thee, and 19 6, 3 | it could help one soul to praise God more; a woman in this 20 6, 4 | herself and may give Thee praise. Cost what it may, it is 21 6, 4 | her account one soul might praise Thee a little more. She 22 6, 10| you may give Him hearty praise and know that such a thing 23 6, 10| that they may help it to praise Our Lord, to which end it 24 6, 10| that it calls upon all to praise God cannot possibly have 25 6, 11| so few to proclaim God's praise that it is not surprising 26 6, 11| but will be encouraged to praise Him the more. ~ 27 6, 12| soul. I should like you to praise Him often, sisters, for, 28 8, 1 | we must give Him hearty praise that He should be pleased 29 8, 6 | but can only marvel and praise His Majesty for giving them 30 10, 8 | these favours, but only to praise the Lord, because He gives 31 11, 12| blessed and may all creatures praise Him. Amen. ~ 32 1, 1 | creatures, the more we shall praise His greatness, and we shall 33 1, 1 | not hidden, to the greater praise and glory of His name. ~ 34 2, 3 | that love, so that we may praise His greatness. For He has 35 3, 6 | serve Him, and to sing His praise, and to help some soul if 36 3, 8 | anything but giving Him praise. When the soul is negligent, 37 3, 9 | souls, and give Him fervent praise, for it is He who sends 38 4, 2 | it is receiving, and may praise Him. ~ 39 4, 12| they may be saved and may praise Him for ever. ~ 40 4, 16| all to meet where we may praise Him and to give me grace 41 4, 19| want to lose yourselves in praise of the great God Who created 42 4, 20| read this, to give great praise to His Majesty and beg Him


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