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granted

   Part, Chapter
1 0, 10| things in due form and order, granted this desire of hers, and 2 0, 13| Some days before she was granted this marvellous vision, 3 2, 5 | the favour which God had granted her had taught her too things: 4 2, 15| many people whom God has granted favours to relapse through 5 1, 4 | difficulties, the Lord has granted them no small favour, but 6 1, 7 | This was a great grace granted me by Our Lord, and I will 7 3, 9 | souls to whom this prayer is granted by God Our Lord. It is clear 8 3, 9 | because once or twice God has granted a soul this favour; it must 9 3, 10| of anyone to whom God has granted this favour if he gives 10 1, 9 | and power and essence; God granted her a favour of this kind, 11 1, 9 | God was in us (until God granted him an understanding of 12 2, 10| anyone to whom God has granted this favour will realize 13 1, 12| good, or His Majesty has granted it any favour, the whole 14 2, 3 | favours which souls are granted by Thee. ~ 15 2, 5 | Anyone to whom Our Lord has granted this favour will recognize 16 2, 5 | more. One person who was granted this favour spent several 17 3, 17| carefully, because the Lord has granted her this favour very frequently 18 4, 2 | certain that, unless God granted us strength,163 it would 19 4, 16| When this favour is granted them secretly they esteem 20 5, 4 | to whom His Majesty has granted these favours or others 21 7, 1 | favours, for if they have been granted the enjoyment of such favours 22 7, 5 | goodness and of favours granted to one who has merited only 23 8, 2 | a person to whom God had granted this favour, together with 24 8, 2 | have described: until He granted her this favour to which 25 8, 4 | but when this favour is granted it can no longer do so, 26 8, 6 | is not a favour which is granted to all, it is one which 27 9, 11| and a soul to whom God has granted such a favour may be unable 28 9, 11| experienced, and has himself been granted such visions, it will not 29 9, 11| especially if His Majesty has granted him the gift of discerning 30 9, 23| person to whom the Lord had granted some of these favours -- 31 11 | which comes from this favour granted by the Lord.~ 32 11, 1 | favours which the Spouse has granted the soul been sufficient 33 1, 5 | other occasions, when He has granted it raptures, in which I 34 1, 8 | leave her, and that, having granted her this favour, He will 35 1, 10| other favours that were granted to her, as has been said 36 1, 10| trials, shortly after God had granted her this favour, she complained 37 4, 13| that the reason she was not granted martyrdom was that she had


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