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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 1 | is Easter with me and a great feast, having found so much 2 1 | knew not that it was the great solemnity of Easter). But 3 2 | CHAPTER TWO: HOW HE OVERCAME A GREAT TEMPTATION OF THE FLESH. ~ 4 2 | temptation, worthily and with great reason is he made a master 5 3 | PIECES. ~GREGORY: When this great temptation was thus overcome, 6 3 | fruit: and by reason of the great report of his wonderful 7 3 | perceiving, they fell into a great rage, accusing themselves 8 3 | little good was to be done by great labour, he reserved himself 9 3 | Placidus, being their sons of great hope and towardness: of 10 3 | two, Maurus, growing to great virtue, began to be his 11 5 | so steep that there was great fear of danger: and therefore 12 5 | and so to ease you of that great labour which you take in 13 6 | again. The poor Goth, in great fear, ran unto Maurus and 14 7 | delivered him from that great danger. ~PETER: Certainly 15 8 | of God received it with great thanks, yet not ignorant 16 8 | that holy father, and with great outcries complained that 17 15| you daily commit, and many great sins have you done: now 18 16| the world might know what great grace was in the servant 19 17| the cause of that his so great heaviness, to whom he answered 20 20| monks, who was the son of a great man, held the candle: and 21 21| another time, there was a great dearth in the same country 22 21| Which thing almighty God of great piety so disposeth: for 23 21| themselves. ~PETER: There is very great reason for that you say. 24 23| and conditions. Then with great sorrow, the whole matter 25 24| found it as before. Then in great haste they went to the man 26 24| saying: "Go, and lay with great reverence this our Lord' 27 25| devour him, he began in great fear and trembling to cry 28 28| such time as there was a great dearth in Campania, the 29 31| who looking upon him, in a great fury, thinking to deal as 30 32| the dead body, and with great sorrow of soul ran in haste 31 32| the poor man's suit, with great sorrow of mind he said: " 32 33| thunder and lightning and great abundance of rain return 33 34| rejoicing much to see her great glory, with hymns and lauds 34 35| light, but wondering at so great a miracle, the man of God 35 38| that they do not afford so great benefit by their bodies,


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