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28 longer
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28 sins
28 strength
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27 alone
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St. Teresa of Avila
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strength

   Part, Chapter
1 0, 21| of trusting to one's own strength and to the virtues one has 2 0, 46| business. But, as I know that strength arising from obedience has 3 0, 46| the Lord has not given me strength enough to enable me to wrestle 4 2, 12| own servants have little strength for defending themselves. 5 2, 15| are the faculties, have strength for the fight; but it is 6 3, 13| well, until their physical strength, if it has become exhausted, 7 3, 13| be pleased to restore her strength; if He is not, her vocal 8 1, 2 | show us the road and give strength to our souls so that we 9 1, 3 | I said "strength to our souls", because you 10 1, 3 | that we do not need bodily strength if God our Lord does not 11 1, 3 | and, as it has not the strength to do this, it becomes so 12 2, 9 | penance is now turned into strength. It is no longer bound by 13 2, 15| when those who have great strength of love perform great penances, 14 4, 2 | that, unless God granted us strength,163 it would be impossible. 15 6, 1 | which serves to increase the strength of this fire causes the 16 6, 4 | for, with the aid of Thy strength, she is capable of enduring 17 11, 4 | great pain and has not the strength even to write; in fact the 18 11, 12| for His Majesty gives the strength to those who, He sees, have 19 2, 8 | takes away its health and strength so that it can no longer 20 3, 3 | all she can do of her own strength is as nothing. Anything 21 3, 15| warily and endeavour to bring strength out of their weakness, so 22 4, 10| would give it much greater strength than it ever had before. 23 4, 10| the Strong, we shall gain strength through the most sovereign 24 4, 10| we shall appreciate the strength of the saints which enabled 25 4, 11| quite certain that, with the strength it has gained, the soul 26 4, 11| to feel nothing, but the strength derived from the vigour 27 4, 11| introduced into the stomach gives strength to the head and to the whole 28 4, 12| the sake of acquiring this strength which fits us for service.


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