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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 1 | there in the church of St. Peter, in the company of other 2 2 | vessels. [Numbers 8:24-26] ~PETER: Somewhat I understand of 3 2 | GREGORY: It is plain, Peter, that in youth the temptation 4 2 | doctors of men's souls. ~PETER: I cannot deny, but that 5 3 | the hearts of all men. ~PETER: I understand not very well 6 3 | aught else whatsoever. ~PETER: Why, then, is it written 7 3 | written of the Apostle, St. Peter, after he was by the Angel 8 3 | are two manner of ways, Peter, carried out of ourselves: 9 3 | himself under himself. ~PETER: Your discourse doth very 10 3 | GREGORY: In mine opinion, Peter, evil men may with good 11 3 | willing to be instructed. ~PETER: It is so as you say, and 12 7 | thing, and since the time of Peter the Apostle never heard 13 7 | from that great danger. ~PETER: Certainly they be wonderful 14 8 | rejoice at his enemy's death. ~PETER: The things you report be 15 8 | upon the water, I perceive Peter; in the obedience of the 16 8 | of his power and might. ~PETER: To what places, I pray 17 13| that venerable father. ~PETER: I see well that the holy 18 14| GREGORY: You must, good Peter, for a little while be silent, 19 16| his soul from his body. ~PETER: This holy man, as I perceive, 20 16| with him?" [1 Cor. 6:17] ~PETER: If he that cleaveth unto 21 16| spirit." [1 Cor. 2:9-12] ~PETER: If, then, the mysteries 22 16| means can be kept secret. ~PETER: Now I see the answer to 23 21| make any doubt of plenty. ~PETER: Tell me, I pray you, whether 24 21| they are of themselves. ~PETER: There is very great reason 25 22| taught of him by revelation. ~PETER: Gladly would I learn, by 26 22| vision. ~GREGORY: Why do you, Peter, seek out and doubt, in 27 22| of spiritual business? ~PETER: I confess that your words 28 23| GREGORY: His common talk, Peter, was usually full of virtue: 29 23| the hands of his servant. ~PETER: It is very strange that 30 23| GREGORY: Was he not yet, Peter, mortal, that heard from 31 23| weakened under itself. ~PETER: For the virtue of his miracles, 32 24| By which you perceive, Peter, of what merit he was with 33 24| out of Bennet's favour. ~PETER: I perceive it very well, 34 30| more presume to enter in. ~PETER: I would gladly know, whether 35 30| miracles, we learn of St. Peter: who by his prayers did 36 30| by a severe rebuke, St. Peter deprived of life: and by 37 31| bands. ~And this is that, Peter, which I told you, that 38 32| in health. Certain it is, Peter, that this miracle was not 39 32| he prayed so earnestly. ~PETER: All is most true that before 40 33| GREGORY: What man is there, Peter, in this world, that is 41 33| more which loved more. ~PETER: I confess that I am wonderfully 42 35| ascending up to heaven. ~PETER: A strange thing and very 43 35| GREGORY: Assure yourself, Peter, of that which I speak: 44 35| all earthly things were. ~PETER: I perceive now that it 45 36| GREGORY. Desirous I am, Peter, to tell you many things 46 38| even to her dying day. ~PETER: What is the reason that 47 38| bodies, there is no doubt, Peter, but that they are able 48 38| with true spiritual love. ~PETER: That you say pleaseth me


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