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Gregory I
Gregory I Second Dialogue

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1 Prol| resolute mind only to serve God, he sought for some place, 2 1 | understand, how greatly God's grace did work with him 3 1 | wearied with labour for God's sake, than to be exalted 4 1 | and serve him. ~The man of God, Bennet, coming to this 5 1 | ringing thereof the man of God might know when he came 6 1 | At length when almighty God was determined to ease Romanus 7 1 | give light to the Church of God, our Lord vouchsafed to 8 1 | he sought for the man of God amongst the steep hills, 9 1 | and sitting down had given God thanks, and had much spiritual 10 1 | Easter." To whom the man of God answered, and said: "I know 11 1 | found so much favour at God's hands as this day to enjoy 12 1 | together of such provision as God's goodness hath sent us." 13 1 | acquainted with the servant of God, many of them were by his 14 2 | concupiscence the soul of God's servant, which did so 15 2 | suddenly assisted with God's grace, he came to himself; 16 2 | Wherefore necessary it is that God's elect servants, whiles 17 3 | thus overcome, the man of God, like unto a piece of ground 18 3 | which accident the man of God by and by perceived that 19 3 | thus unto them: "Almighty God have mercy upon you, and 20 3 | occasions be offered of doing God presently better service 21 3 | holy man. ~GREGORY: When as God's servant daily increased 22 3 | the service of almighty God, so that by Christ's assistance 23 3 | him, for the service of God. Then also Evitius delivered 24 4 | monks knelt down to serve God, his manner was to go forth, 25 4 | he was sent to the man of God, who did likewise very much 26 4 | more sent to the man of God, by the father of the Abbey 27 4 | us pray," quoth he, "unto God, that you also may behold 28 4 | another day, when the man of God had ended his devotions, 29 5 | THE PRAYERS OF THE MAN OF GOD. ~Amongst the monasteries 30 5 | came unto the servant of God, Bennet, giving him to understand, 31 5 | other places. The man of God, comforting them with sweet 32 5 | little hole, for almighty God is able to bring forth water 33 6 | was received by the man of God; whom on a day he commanded 34 6 | forthwith went to the servant of God, giving him to understand 35 7 | shoot an arrow. The man of God, being in his cell, by and 36 8 | the servant of almighty God, as it were for an holy 37 8 | holy present. The man of God received it with great thanks, 38 8 | after his manner, the man of God threw him the loaf which 39 8 | was commanded. The man of God again and again bade him, 40 8 | allowance from the man of God. ~But the venerable father, 41 8 | place. ~And thus the man of God, upon humility, gave place 42 8 | malice; but yet almighty God of justice did severely 43 8 | men. ~GREGORY: The man of god, Bennet, had the spirit 44 8 | the spirit of the one true God, who, by the grace of our 45 8 | received," [John 1:16]. For God's holy servants might receive 46 8 | gentiles, worshipped the god Apollo. Round about it likewise 47 8 | wicked sacrifice. The man of God coming thither, beat in 48 8 | and because the man of God vouchsafed him not any answer, 49 8 | enemy against the servant of God are to be looked for, against 50 9 | they sent for the man of God, to help them with his prayers 51 10 | KITCHEN. ~Then the man of God thought good that they should 52 10 | a noise, that the man of God, hearing it, came to see 53 11 | was requisite, the man of God in the meantime was in his 54 11 | a-working: whereof the man of God, in all haste, gave them 55 11 | brought unto the man of God, he bad them to lay him 56 12 | miracles which the man of God did, he began also to be 57 13 | THE MONK, WHOM THE MAN OF GOD BLAMED FOR EATING IN HIS 58 13 | to desire the prayers of God's servant, as also to visit 59 13 | to whom he answered: "God forbid: for eat I will not 60 14 | would try whether the man of God were a prophet, as it was 61 14 | were himself to the man of God; and to give the better 62 14 | presence of the servant of God, they should be next about 63 14 | at which time the man of God sat a little way off, and 64 14 | understand what the man of God said, then, in the hearing 65 15 | person went unto the man of God; and seeing him sitting 66 15 | holy man to commend him to God in his prayers, he departed: 67 15 | to visit the servant of God, whom the holy man dearly 68 15 | inhabited." To whom the man of God answered: "Rome," quoth 69 16 | holy martyrs for help: but God's holy martyrs would not 70 16 | grace was in the servant of God, Bennet: wherefore at length 71 16 | for a time what the man of God had given him in commandment. 72 16 | the words of the man of God, as though forgotten through 73 16 | know the secret counsel of God: for he saw that this clergyman 74 16 | not know the secrets of God, who kept the commandments 75 16 | kept the commandments of God: when as the scripture saith: " 76 16 | the things which belong to God, no man knoweth, but the 77 16 | knoweth, but the spirit of God." And to show also that 78 16 | such things as belong to God, he addeth straight after: " 79 16 | but the spirit which is of God." And for this cause, again 80 16 | man, those things which God hath prepared for them that 81 16 | them that love him, but God hath revealed to us by his 82 16 | then, the mysteries of God were revealed to the same 83 16 | Apostle by the spirit of God, why did he then, entreating 84 16 | wisdom and knowledge of God: how incomprehensible be 85 16 | affirmeth the judgments of God to be incomprehensible; 86 16 | flesh, they be not with God: and so in that they be 87 16 | the secret judgments of God, and in that they be separated 88 16 | that they be separated from God, they know them not: for 89 16 | for those judgments which God doth conceal they know not, 90 16 | together: for the judgments of God are incomprehensible; and 91 17 | SEVENTEEN: HOW THE MAN OF GOD, BENNET, DID FORETELL THE 92 17 | make an end (for the man of God used not in his prayers 93 17 | the judgment of almighty God delivered to the gentiles, 94 17 | scarce could I obtain of God to have their lives spared, 95 17 | retain there, and so almighty God fulfilled what he promised 96 18 | monastery of the man of God, to carry him two wooden 97 18 | confounded by the man of God, went his way, and coming 98 19 | NINETEEN: HOW THE MAN OF GOD KNEW THAT ONE OF HIS MONKS 99 19 | to the Abbey, the man of God very sharply rebuked, saying: " 100 20 | spake against the man of God, secretly in his own heart. 101 21 | FOUND BEFORE THE MAN OF GOD'S CELL. ~At another time, 102 21 | cell door, which almighty God sent them: but by whom, 103 21 | the monks saw, they gave God thanks, and by this learned 104 21 | whether this servant of God had always the spirit of 105 21 | temple for the honour of God, the prophet Nathan gave 106 21 | her soul is in grief, and God hath concealed it from me, 107 21 | 27] Which thing almighty God of great piety so disposeth: 108 21 | may know what they are by God's grace: and at other times, 109 22 | night before, the man of God in sleep appeared to the 110 22 | they expected the man of God himself in person, according 111 23 | complained to the man of God, and told him with what 112 23 | what message the man of God sent them whiles they were 113 23 | signified to the man of God, who straightways with his 114 23 | the invisible judgment of God? ~GREGORY: Was he not yet, 115 23 | judge of spiritual things, God, who for man's sake was 116 23 | from whence the strength of God was weakened under itself. ~ 117 24 | they went to the man of God, fell down at his feet, 118 24 | favour. To whom the man of God with his own hands delivered 119 25 | fault of his, the man of God did daily rebuke him, and 120 26 | his father to the man of God, he was by him quickly restored 121 27 | way to acquaint the man of God with his necessity: whereupon 122 27 | the servant of almighty God, gave him to understand, 123 27 | shillings: which the man of God caused to be given to him 124 27 | leprosy: but the man of God restored him to his former 125 28 | in Campania, the man of God had given away all the wealth 126 28 | oil shed. Then the man of God did command it to be taken 127 29 | so soon as the servant of God, Bennet, beheld, forthwith 128 29 | shown the power of almighty God, as before he told him when 129 30 | tormented him. The man of God coming from his prayers, 130 30 | be the devout servants of God, when necessity requireth, 131 30 | power to be made the sons of God." [John 1:12] They, then, 132 30 | by power be the sons of God, what marvel is it, if by 133 30 | the faithful servant of God, Bennet, did, in which it 134 30 | one by that power which God gave him, and obtained the 135 31 | ONLY SIGHT OF THE MAN OF GOD, WAS LOOSED FORM HIS BANDS. ~ 136 31 | of Bennet, the servant of God: and this he did, to the 137 31 | in keeping." ~The man of God, hearing such a noise, straightways 138 31 | fellow, whom the man of God, not with hands, but only 139 31 | more familiar sort serve God, do sometime, by certain 140 31 | by prayer he obtained at God s hands. ~ 141 32 | the same time, the man of God was returning homeward from 142 32 | me my son!" ~The man of God, amazed at these words, 143 32 | to life." ~The servant of God, hearing him speak in that 144 32 | Where is he, then?" quoth God's servant. ~He answered 145 32 | which place when the man of God came with his monks, he 146 32 | they please, and obtain at God's hands whatsoever they 147 33 | is in greater favour with God than St. Paul was: who yet 148 33 | brother. To whom the man of God went not far from the gate, 149 33 | whole day in the praises of God and spiritual talk: and 150 33 | her prayers to almighty God: and lifting her head from 151 33 | down the rain. The man of God, seeing that he could not 152 33 | of his sister, saying: "God forgive you, what have you 153 33 | if you can now depart, in God's name return to your monastery, 154 33 | by the power of almighty God, a woman's prayers had wrought. 155 33 | the saying of St. John, "God is charity" [1 John 4:8] 156 34 | Nunnery, and the man of God to his Abbey: who three 157 34 | gave thanks to almighty God, and did impart the news 158 34 | souls were always one in God whiles they lived, so their 159 35 | come and visit the man of God: and the reason why he came 160 35 | disciples did lie. ~The man of God, Bennet, being diligent 161 35 | his prayers to almighty God. Standing there, all on 162 35 | crying out of the man of God, went up in all haste, and 163 35 | great a miracle, the man of God told him all in order what 164 35 | instant, in which the man of God beheld him ascending up 165 35 | soul is enlarged, and is in God so extended, that it is 166 35 | rapt up in the light of God, it is inwardly in itself 167 35 | not comprehend. The man of God, therefore, who saw the 168 35 | things but in the light of God: what marvel, then, is it, 169 35 | enlarged, which, rapt in God, might without difficulty 170 35 | see that which is under God, and therefore in that light 171 36 | ignorant, but that the man of God amongst so many miracles, 172 37 | which the beloved servant of God, Bennet, is ascended up 173 38 | he whose mind is fixed in God, hath so much the greater


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