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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 0, 13 | whom the things that you describe have happened." It was in 2 0, 17 | The figure is used to describe the whole course of the 3 2 | CHAPTER II ~Describe the hideousness of a soul 4 2, 7 | supernatural work. As I describe the things He does, and 5 2, 11 | and many more that I could describe, arise from humility, whereas 6 1, 4 | precise way which I shall describe later; His appeals come 7 1, 4 | what I was saying I would describe here -- namely, the difference 8 1, 4 | seems to me that we may describe as sweetness what we get 9 1, 14 | well, so I am just going to describe it, first in one way and 10 3, 11 | risk of what I am going to describe. It is this: some women, 11 1, 1 | treated, for no one can describe them, the understanding 12 1, 2 | Mansions that I am about to describe. Some get farther than others; 13 1, 3 | never weary of trying to describe them to you, if I thought 14 2, 1 | shall say now, and I shall describe that soul's state. In order 15 3, 2 | had shown her, she would describe the way of prayer to those 16 4, 4 | the Mansion which we shall describe after this one. For this 17 1, 7 | but it is impossible to describe interior sufferings and 18 1, 16 | only a few of which I shall describe, as it would be impossible 19 3, 4 | own imagination. I will describe, if I can, with the Lord' 20 4, 4 | completely absorbed that we might describe them as dead, and the senses 21 4, 5 | is able subsequently to describe these, for they are so deeply 22 4, 5 | such a way that they can describe them; although after regaining 23 4, 5 | their senses they can often describe many of these intellectual 24 4, 6 | for, although one cannot describe these favours, they are 25 4, 6 | secrets which he could not describe; for, if he had not had 26 4, 7 | Moses, again, could not describe all that he saw in the bush, 27 4, 8 | not, however, be able to describe any of them, nor will its 28 8, 1 | the favours which I shall describe (I mean, if He grants me 29 8, 1 | He grants me ability to describe any of them), you must not 30 8, 2 | other favours which I shall describe later. At first that person 31 9, 11 | favour may be unable to describe it, they have misgivings 32 10, 1 | things, they are difficult to describe, whereas imaginary visions 33 2, 9 | something so difficult to describe, and indeed to believe, 34 3, 12(241)| the raptures, in the way I describe, cease, and it [the soul] 35 3, 14 | there are in Scripture which describe this peace of the soul! 36 4, 3 | some whom the Scriptures describe as having been favoured


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