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1 2, 1 | cannot be pleasing in His eyes; for, after all, the intention 2 2, 2 | grace are pleasing in the eyes both of God and of men, 3 2, 11 | that I say we must set our eyes upon Christ our Good, from 4 2, 14 | flooded by sunlight with his eyes so full of dust37 that he 5 2, 14 | which force him to close his eyes to everything but themselves. 6 2, 14(37)| Lit: "and had earth on his eyes." ~ 7 3, 1 | the dark, or closing the eyes, nor is it dependent upon 8 3, 1 | involuntarily closes his eyes and desires solitude; and, 9 3, 5 | Emperor and then cast down our eyes in humble expectation. When 10 3, 6 | pleasing thing in God's eyes is our remembering His honour 11 4, 9 | pleasures when we fix our eyes on the reward and see how 12 4, 9 | shall run our race, with our eyes fixed upon His greatness. ~ 13 3, 19 | Majesty grant us to fix our eyes only on pleasing Him and 14 4, 11 | dust is removed from our eyes? For although, as far as 15 5, 7 | which is seen with the eyes of the soul very much more 16 5, 7 | ordinarily see things with the eyes of the body; and some of 17 5, 8 | things which he sees with the eyes of the soul, in intellectual 18 5, 8 | he sees nothing with the eyes of the body or with the 19 5, 8 | of the body or with the eyes of the soul, he is shown 20 5, 10 | Him and dares to raise its eyes to Him. The third is a supreme 21 8, 2 | see Him either with the eyes of the body or with those 22 9, 4 | brilliance of the sun hurts the eyes. When it is a question of 23 9, 7 | damned will see in the Lord's eyes -- those eyes so lovely 24 9, 7 | the Lord's eyes -- those eyes so lovely and tender and 25 11, 8(208)| The song begins: ~Let mine eyes behold Thee, Sweetest Jesu, 26 11, 8(208)| Sweetest Jesu, nigh; Let mine eyes behold Thee, And at once 27 1, 6 | remove the scales from the eyes of the soul,216 so that 28 1, 6 | although nothing is seen by the eyes, either of the body or of 29 3, 15 | daring to lift up their eyes.244 At other times, they 30 4, 8 | much stress on it. Fix your eyes on the Crucified and nothing


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