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1 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | charge of the whole flock of Christ entrusted to Us and Our 2 Prayer | what he taught! Through Christ our Lord.~AMEN.~ 3 Annot, 0, 0 | sins;~Second, the life of Christ our Lord up to Palm Sunday 4 Annot, 0, 0 | inclusively;~Third, the Passion of Christ our Lord;~Fourth, the Resurrection 5 Annot, 0, 0 | 47.~For the mysteries of Christ our Lord, let the same course 6 1, 1Exercise, 0 | instance, when one contemplates Christ our Lord, Who is visible - 7 1, 1Exercise, 0 | or Mountain where Jesus Christ or Our Lady is found, according 8 1, 1Exercise, 0 | one is to ask for joy with Christ in joy; if it is on the 9 1, 1Exercise, 0 | tears and torment with Christ in torment.~Here it will 10 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Colloquy. Imagining Christ our Lord present and placed 11 1, 1Exercise, 0 | myself, what I have done for Christ, what I am doing for Christ, 12 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Christ, what I am doing for Christ, what I ought to do for 13 1, 1Exercise, 0 | what I ought to do for Christ.~And so, seeing Him such, 14 1, 3Exercise, 0 | And with that the SOUL OF CHRIST.~ 15 1, 5Exercise, 0 | cries, blasphemies against Christ our Lord and against all 16 1, 5Exercise, 0 | Colloquy. Making a Colloquy to Christ our Lord, I will bring to 17 1, Additions, 0 | pains and sufferings which Christ our Lord suffered in His 18 2, TemporalKing, 1| and towns through which Christ our Lord preached.~ 19 2, TemporalKing, 2| of the temporal King to Christ our Lord, conformably to 20 2, TemporalKing, 2| consideration is it to see Christ our Lord, King eternal, 21 2, TemporalKing, 2| books of the Imitation of Christ, or of the Gospels, and 22 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | the Life and Mysteries of Christ our Lord, from His Incarnation 23 2, Preamble, 0 | Preamble. The example which Christ our Lord, being under obedience 24 2, Preamble, 0 | following, see the intention of Christ our Lord, and, on the contrary, 25 2, 4Day, 0 | The one of Christ, our Commander-in-chief 26 2, 4Day, 0 | narrative. It will be here how Christ calls and wants all under 27 2, 4Day, 0 | Commander-in-chief of the good is Christ our Lord; another field 28 2, 4Day, 0 | and true Captain, Who is Christ our Lord.~ 29 2, 4Day, 0 | Point is to consider how Christ our Lord puts Himself in 30 2, 4Day, 0 | consider the discourse which Christ our Lord makes to all His 31 2, 4Day, 0 | with that say the SOUL OF CHRIST.~ 32 2, 5Day, 0 | Contemplation on the Departure of Christ our Lord from Nazareth to 33 2, 6Day, 0 | Sixth Day. Contemplation how Christ our Lord went forth from 34 2, 7Day, 0 | Andrew and others followed Christ our Lord (p. 142).~ 35 2, 9Day, 0 | Ninth Day. How Christ our Lord appeared to His 36 2, 12Day, 0 | to the true doctrine of Christ our Lord, it is very helpful 37 2, 12Day, 0 | and be more actually like Christ our Lord, I want and choose 38 2, 12Day, 0 | and choose poverty with Christ poor rather than riches, 39 2, 12Day, 0 | riches, opprobrium with Christ replete with it rather than 40 2, 12Day, 0 | worthless and a fool for Christ, Who first was held as such, 41 2, GoodElection, 0| Matthew did in following Christ our Lord.~ 42 3, 1Day | CONTEMPLATION AT MIDNIGHT IS HOW CHRIST OUR LORD WENT FROM BETHANY 43 3, 1Day, 0 | narrative; which is here how Christ our Lord sent two Disciples 44 3, 1Day, 0 | to consider that which Christ our Lord is suffering in 45 3, 1Day, 0(19) | correcting the Humanity of before Christ. ~ 46 3, 1Day, 0 | finish with a Colloquy to Christ our Lord, and, at the end, 47 3, 1Day, 0 | make one Colloquy only, to Christ our Lord, or, if the matter 48 3, 2Day, 0 | and it will be here how Christ our Lord went down with 49 3, 2Day, 0 | the ear of Malchus, and Christ putting it in its place; 50 3, 2Day, 0 | Passion to ask for grief with Christ in grief, anguish with Christ 51 3, 2Day, 0 | Christ in grief, anguish with Christ in anguish, tears and interior 52 3, 2Day, 0 | at such great pain which Christ suffered for me.~ 53 3, 2Day, 0 | such great suffering of Christ our Lord.~The sixth will 54 3, 2Day, 0 | labors, fatigues and pains of Christ our Lord, which He suffered 55 3, 2Day, 0 | how the most holy Body of Christ our Lord remained separated 56 3, 2Day, 0 | fourth, the discourse which Christ made to them; and so through 57 3, 2Day, 0 | take a distinct Mystery of Christ our Lord. And after thus 58 3, RulesOneself, 0| him consider as if he saw Christ our Lord eating with His 59 3, RulesOneself, 0| in the consideration of Christ our Lord, and the lesser 60 4, 1Contemplat | FIRST CONTEMPLATION HOW CHRIST OUR LORD APPEARED TO OUR 61 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | which is here how, after Christ expired on the Cross, and 62 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | so great glory and joy of Christ our Lord.~ 63 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | we took in the Supper of Christ our Lord.~ 64 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | office of consoling which Christ our Lord bears, and to compare 65 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | great joy and gladness of Christ our Lord.~The sixth, to 66 Method, 1Method, 4 | Whoever wants to imitate Christ our Lord in the use of his 67 Method, 2Method, 0 | HAIL MARY, CREED, SOUL OF CHRIST, and HAIL, HOLY QUEEN, vocally 68 Method, 3Method, 0 | the HAIL MARY, the SOUL OF CHRIST, the CREED, and the HAIL, 69 Mister | MYSTERIES OF THE LIFE OF CHRIST OUR LORD~ 70 Annunc, 0, 0 | to her the Conception of Christ our Lord. "The Angel entering 71 Annunc, Birth | OF THE BIRTH OF CHRIST OUR LORD~St. Luke speaks 72 Annunc, Shepherds, 0 | Point. First: The birth of Christ our Lord is manifested to 73 Annunc, FromEgypt | OF HOW CHRIST OUR LORD RETURNED FROM EGYPT~ 74 Annunc, LifeOfChrist | OF THE LIFE OF CHRIST OUR LORD FROM TWELVE TO 75 Annunc, Temple | OF THE COMING OF CHRIST TO THE TEMPLE WHEN HE WAS 76 Annunc, Temple, 0 | First Point. First: Christ our Lord, of the age of 77 Annunc, Temple, 0 | Second Point. Second: Christ our Lord remained in Jerusalem, 78 Annunc, Baptism | OF HOW CHRIST WAS BAPTIZED~St. Matthew 79 Annunc, Baptism, 0 | First Point. First: Christ our Lord, after having taken 80 Annunc, Baptism, 0 | Second: St. John baptized Christ our Lord, and wanting to 81 Annunc, Baptism, 0 | unworthy of baptizing Him, Christ said to him: "Do this for 82 Annunc, Temptation | OF HOW CHRIST WAS TEMPTED~St. Luke writes 83 Annunc, CallApostles, 0| Chapter: secondly, to follow Christ in some way with the purpose 84 Annunc, CallApostles, 0| Chapter: thirdly, to follow Christ our Lord forever, as St. 85 Annunc, 1Miracle, 0 | First Point. First: Christ our Lord was invited with 86 Annunc, OutOfTemple | OF HOW CHRIST CAST OUT OF THE TEMPLE THOSE 87 Annunc, SermonMount | OF THE SERMON WHICH CHRIST MADE ON THE MOUNT~St. Matthew 88 Annunc, TempestSea | OF HOW CHRIST OUR LORD MADE THE TEMPEST 89 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | First Point. First: Christ our Lord being asleep at 90 Annunc, WalkOnSea | OF HOW CHRIST WALKED ON THE SEA~St. Matthew 91 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | First Point. First: Christ our Lord being on the mountain, 92 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | beaten by the waves. To which Christ came walking on the water; 93 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | Third Point. Third: Christ saying to them: "'It is 94 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | he commenced to sink, but Christ our Lord freed him and reprehended 95 Annunc, Apostles, 0 | First Point. First: Christ called His beloved Disciples 96 Annunc, Magdalen, 0 | First: Magdalen enters where Christ our Lord is seated at the 97 Annunc, Magdalen, 0 | Pharisee accused Magdalen, Christ speaks in her defence, saying: "' 98 Annunc, Eat | OF HOW CHRIST OUR LORD GAVE TO EAT FIVE 99 Annunc, Eat, 0 | it was getting late, ask Christ to dismiss the multitude 100 Annunc, Eat, 0 | Second Point. Second: Christ our Lord commands that they 101 Annunc, Transfigurat | OF THE TRANSFIGURATION OF CHRIST~St. Matthew writes in the 102 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0| Disciples, Peter, James, John, Christ our Lord was transfigured, 103 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0| fear on their faces; and Christ our Lord touched them and 104 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | Martha and Mary sent word to Christ our Lord of the illness 105 Annunc, Bethany, 0 | ointment on the head of Christ.~ 106 Annunc, Supper, 0 | Judas went forth to sell Christ our Lord.~ 107 Annunc, Anna, 0 | once, and a blow was given Christ by one saying to Him: "' 108 Annunc, 1Apparit | OF THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST OUR LORD OF HIS FIRST APPARITION~ 109 Annunc, 3Apparit, 0 | Second Point. Second: Christ our Lord appeared to them 110 Annunc, 4Apparit, 0 | heard from the women that Christ was risen, St. Peter went 111 Annunc, 4Apparit, 0 | cloths with which the Body of Christ our Lord had been covered, 112 Annunc, 4Apparit, 0 | thinking of these things, Christ appeared to Him, and therefore 113 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | going to Emmaus, talking of Christ.~ 114 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | showing by the Scriptures that Christ had to die and rise again: "' 115 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | Was it not necessary that Christ should suffer and so enter 116 Annunc, 7Apparit, 0 | My Lord and my God!" Christ said to him: "'Blessed are 117 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | into the sea and came to Christ.~ 118 Annunc, 9Apparit, 0 | Second Point. Second: Christ appears to them and says: "' 119 Annunc, Ascension | OF THE ASCENSION OF CHRIST OUR LORD~Acts 1 [1-12].~ 120 Rules, Receive, 0 | sins, or for the Passion of Christ our Lord, or because of 121 Rules, Distribution, 0| our model and rule, who is Christ our Lord; conformably to 122 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0| all, the true Spouse of Christ our Lord, which is our holy 123 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0| believing that between Christ our Lord, the Bridegroom,


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