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unable 31
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unaffected 2
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31 says
31 short
31 speak
31 unable
31 ways
30 cause
30 eyes
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unable

   Part, Chapter
1 1, 8 | with them that they are unable to appreciate the beauty 2 2, 14| doing so, and seems quite unable to free itself from all 3 2, 16| ruins her health and is unable to do what her Rule demands, 4 2, 16| religious observances as to be unable to see her own faults; and 5 1, 2 | such a trial to them to be unable to speak; the others, who 6 1, 3 | consumed with grief at being unable to do His bidding immediately, 7 1, 5 | closed to them and they are unable to enter the presence of 8 2, 13| others from sin, and yet be unable to resist any temptations 9 1, 1 | them, the understanding is unable to comprehend them and no 10 2, 8 | suffer great trials and unable to do otherwise. It has 11 2, 11| with great sorrow at being unable to do more because it has 12 3, 8 | matter of common sense: being unable to help ourselves, we make 13 2, 2 | even cries aloud, being unable to help itself, for it realizes 14 3, 17| them, and have been quite unable to get the matter straight. 15 4, 2 | majesty, it might perhaps be unable to remain alive. It must 16 4, 6 | them and the faculties are unable to understand them, how 17 6, 2 | try as she may, she feels unable to desire any other; all 18 6, 7 | them, so that they may be unable either to practise prayer 19 7, 7 | good Jesus, they will be unable to find their way; they 20 7, 12| a rule they are in fact unable to do so. A man will not 21 7, 12| that it believes itself unable to meditate upon it at all. ~ 22 7, 13| ways, but those who are unable to take this road should 23 8, 3 | hear her, although she was unable to hear Him speaking to 24 9, 11| granted such a favour may be unable to describe it, they have 25 10, 3 | us who are ignorant and unable to understand these truths -- 26 11, 1 | herself so far from Him and unable to enjoy Him, the more her 27 11, 5 | person suspended aloft, unable either to come down and 28 1, 9 | comes back, we shall be unable to see them, yet we are 29 3, 11| loses sight of it and is unable to see anything; but this 30 4, 14| may say is that you are unable to lead souls to God, and 31 4, 14| gladly do this, but, being unable to teach and preach like


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