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St. Teresa of Avila
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   Part, Chapter
1 0, 14| own spirit. Since God is free to establish an ineffable 2 0, 14| questing soul, the soul must be free to set down its experiences 3 0, 22| spring. Its love is now free from servile fear: it has 4 1, 8 | they shake their minds free of them and it is a great 5 2, 14| and seems quite unable to free itself from all these impediments. 6 2, 14| the castle, is the soul free from great peril in the 7 2, 15| who, like ourselves, are free from these obstacles, and 8 2, 15| things are concerned, are free; may it please the Lord 9 2, 15| please the Lord to make us free as regards inward things 10 2, 15| mansions of this castle are we free from struggles with devils. 11 1, 8 | like that will never be free from annoyances and temptations. 12 1, 13| this life the Lord will free the soul from this, when 13 3, 3 | wish to give His Majesty free course, He will grant more 14 3, 10| so far as we know, are free from these perils. May God 15 3, 10| from these perils. May God free you from pride and vainglory 16 3, 6 | and yet to die of our own free will.141 I confess to you 17 3, 10| those which God gives are free both from this and from 18 1, 13| people who are wealthy, or free to do as they like, have 19 6, 1 | although the soul would fain be free from tears, these persecutions 20 6, 3 | envious of those who are free to cry aloud and proclaim 21 6, 6 | you, since the reason is free to resign itself to the 22 6, 10| both faculties and senses free to enjoy this happiness, 23 6, 13| from which no one else can free him either. These are very 24 7, 14| then, and endeavour to be free from this error, and make 25 11, 7 | the slightest if it will free us from these terrible and 26 11, 7 | hope that He will set us free and forgive us our sins. ~ 27 2, 8 | sure of its salvation and free from the risk of backsliding. 28 4, 3 | far as they know, they are free, though they are not completely 29 4, 20| pardon my sins and set me free from Purgatory, where perhaps,


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