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34 especially
34 greatness
34 herself
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distress

   Part, Chapter
1 0, 46| my physical nature great distress; for the Lord has not given 2 3, 8 | understanding causes it great distress; but it must not take any 3 3, 8 | you that it causes me real distress to write in this way because 4 1, 5 | considerations mitigate the great distress caused by such praises, 5 1, 5 | such praises, although some distress is nearly always felt, except 6 1, 14| inexpressible, for this distress and oppression are spiritual 7 1, 16| deservings. This severe distress comes just before the soul' 8 2, 2 | delectable absorption, devoid of distress, which occurs in the Prayer 9 2, 4 | desires or what causes it distress. What greater blessing can 10 2, 4 | cannot say; I know that this distress seems to penetrate to its 11 3, 2 | such people so as not to distress them further. If one tells 12 3, 5 | not relieve it from its distress, however hard they might 13 3, 7 | by the devil in order to distress us and make us fearful, 14 4, 16| enjoying, because of the distress and the anxiety which arise 15 4, 16| glorifying the Lord. This distress and shame are no longer 16 6, 1 | relief, but immediately this distress returns till it hardly knows 17 6, 2 | other hand she is in great distress, for she is afraid that 18 6, 6 | peace caused it by this distress; the feelings he arouses 19 6, 6 | experience of each kind of distress will not understand that, 20 6, 6 | injure the health, for the distress is continuous, or, at the 21 6, 7 | Note also that distress of this kind is apt to be 22 6, 11| would find this no light distress. That must have been the 23 7, 3 | not suffer such constant distress at the thought of her ingratitude 24 7, 5 | affords us no relief from this distress to reflect that Our Lord 25 7, 5 | merited only hell makes the distress greater. I think these reflections 26 9, 14| someone who was in great distress because she had been ordered 27 11, 1 | comes to experience great distress, as I will now explain. 28 11, 3 | enhance this feeling of distress. The understanding is keenly 29 11, 3 | Himself that it causes the distress to grow until the sufferer 30 11, 6 | despite all its torment and distress, which cannot, I believe, 31 11, 9 | afraid and would like her distress to be alleviated lest she 32 11, 9 | means of dispelling the distress until the Lord Himself dispels 33 2, 8 | described elsewhere the great distress which this brings, but it 34 2, 10| soul hears cause it some distress, they are not of a kind


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