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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 0, 13 | to me: "Oh, how well that point is put in the book of my 2 0, 39 | herself) has reached that point and has the peace which 3 0, 40 | autographs. All these facts point to the conclusion that this 4 1, 1 | and it is -- there is no point in our fatiguing ourselves 5 1, 9 | think this is beside the point, daughters, since by the 6 2, 7 | single one that is to the point. The reader must have patience 7 2, 7 | I am wandering from the point, and am no longer addressing 8 2, 13 | when here, they are on the point of rising still higher -- 9 2, 14 | we should not attempt to point them to the spiritual path 10 1, 1 | Spirit, and beg Him from this point onward to speak for me, 11 1, 13 | really I believe there is no point in our lives at which they 12 1, 9(123) | enlightened her further on this point. According to Yepes (II, 13 3, 7 | are far from attaining a point necessary to complete union 14 4, 3 | has not yet reached the point of spiritual betrothal, 15 4, 4 | Lord has brought to this point on your journey, I beseech 16 4, 8 | brings a soul to such a point He lets it go so quickly 17 4, 9 | Majesty and reached the point which has been described, 18 1, 13 | miserable creatures -- a point of great importance for 19 1, 14(156)| At this point in the autograph, St. Teresa 20 3, 5 | return, then, to our first point: whether they come from 21 7, 9 | Note this point, sisters, for it is important, 22 8, 8 | My point is, and will continue to 23 11, 1 | raise a soul to the highest point here mentioned in a single 24 11, 9 | seems to be on the very point of leaving the body, she 25 1, 4 | knows that he is on the point of dying, and not merely 26 3, 9(238) | St. Teresa wrote at this point: "Cuando dice aquí: os pide,


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