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   Part, Chapter
1 0, 9 | so hard that no one could leave. So Fray Diego said Mass 2 0, 11| the King of Glory did not leave the mansions, the crystal 3 2, 16| penance is to be done without leave, and yet the sister thinks 4 1, 2 | not yet resolute enough to leave those Mansions, and will 5 1, 4 | of any value. So I will leave all this for now and return 6 1, 5 | infirmities. In all things we must leave out of account the judgments 7 2, 4 | childless and has no one to leave his money to, loses part 8 2, 4 | can Our Lord ask him to leave all for His sake? It may 9 2, 9 | make a real effort: let us leave our reason and our fears 10 2, 14| our own shortcomings and leave other people's alone; for 11 2, 9 | We may leave out of account occasions 12 3, 3 | are married must actually leave the world -- they can do 13 3, 6 | breath. The soul must just leave itself in the hands of God, 14 2, 11| world arouses a desire to leave it, so grievous that any 15 1, 9 | when Our Lord gives him leave to test her soul, and even 16 1, 16| by the effects which they leave upon the body, they do not 17 3, 6 | what power wilt Thou not leave in the soul that is bound 18 3, 17| have been described, or to leave in the soul this peace or 19 5, 10| results in the soul and leave it with such peace and tranquillity 20 6, 1 | persecutions and murmurings never leave her; for these all kinds 21 6, 2 | all she wants to do is to leave herself in His hands. And 22 6, 9 | to induce them. They will leave this dry ground of ours 23 6, 9 | upon our own lowliness, and leave Him to give us what He wills, 24 7, 1 | myself that this will never leave us until we reach that place 25 8, 9 | prioress should give you leave to do this; for although, 26 9, 11| gradually how much humility they leave in the soul and to what 27 9, 19| path is best for me. I must leave it to the Lord, Who knows 28 11, 9 | hand, the desire does not leave her, nor can she possibly 29 1, 8 | confidence that God will not leave her, and that, having granted 30 2, 7 | everything corporeal and to leave the soul in a state of pure 31 2, 10| Mansion and forces the soul to leave it; and, although the things 32 3, 15| many favours they receive leave them overwhelmed, and afraid 33 4, 7 | and then, as soon as I leave my retreat and some occasion 34 4, 11| He will not allow it to leave, overflows into the weak 35 4, 17| any time without asking leave from your superiors. ~ 36 4, 18| and which you will never leave, except when you are called


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