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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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OF HOW CHRIST OUR LORD MADE THE TEMPEST OF THE SEA BE CALM
St. Matthew writes Chapter 8 [23-28].
First Point. First: Christ our Lord being asleep at sea, a great tempest27 arose.
Second Point. Second: His Disciples, frightened, awakened Him. Whom He reprehends for the little faith which they had, saying to them: "'What do you fear, ye of little faith!'"
Third Point. Third: He commanded the winds and the sea to cease: and, so ceasing, the sea became calm: at which the men wondered, saying: "'Who is this whom the wind and the sea obey?'"
27 Great tempest is in St. Ignatius' hand, correcting some word erased.
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