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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 1 | make clean wheat, which being left negligently upon the 2 2 | FLESH. ~Upon a certain day being alone, the tempter was at 3 2 | quenched that fire which, being nourished before with the 4 2 | become his scholars. For being now freed from the vice 5 3 | to poison his wine: which being done, and the glass wherein 6 3 | light of contemplation; and being wearied daily with correcting 7 3 | delivered out of prison, being also rapt by the Angel into 8 3 | to suffer the same; yet being himself in persecution at 9 3 | Senator brought Placidus, being their sons of great hope 10 4 | of prayer: word whereof being once more sent to the man 11 5 | mark, and so, none of them being privy to that he had done, 12 7 | an arrow. The man of God, being in his cell, by and by knew 13 7 | durst not have presumed, being now done and past, he both 14 8 | when the foresaid Priest, being in his chamber, understood 15 8 | straightways sent him word, he being as yet scarce ten miles 16 10| in the same place; which being done, and a deep hole made, 17 10| an idol of brass, which being for a little while by chance 18 11| but also his very bones. Being in that manner brought unto 19 12| their cloister: and this being diligently observed, according 20 12| upon such business: and being enforced about the dispatch 21 12| refresh themselves. And being late before they came back 22 13| before he came thither. Being therefore upon a time in 23 13| with his servant Giezi, being then absent from him. ~ 24 16| ignorant of his sense, to whom being so united he is made one 25 16| the knowledge of them, and being revealed, they may be uttered, 26 20| and to repose himself: who being demanded of the monks, what 27 23| excommunicate": which oblation being offered for them, and the 28 24| departed this life. And being buried, his body, the next 29 25| him with open mouth, which being about to devour him, he 30 26| did openly come forth. Who being sent by his father to the 31 32| RAISED UP A DEAD CHILD. ~Being upon a day gone out with 32 33| But the good father, being not able to go forth, tarried 33 35| The man of God, Bennet, being diligent in watching, rose 34 35| time of matins (his monks being yet at rest) and came to 35 35| Germanus their Bishop: which being done, the messenger found 36 35| is also above itself; for being rapt up in the light of 37 37| which day two monks, one being in his cell, and the other


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