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Decrees of Vat. Ecum. Council I

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   Part, Chap.,  Paragraph
1 1 | servant of the servants of God, with the approval of the 2 1 | servant of the servants of God, with the approval of the 3 2 | namely: I believe in one God the Father almighty, 4 2 | the only-begotten Son of God. Born of the Father before 5 2 | Father before all ages. God from God, light from light, 6 2 | before all ages. God from God, light from light, true 7 2 | light from light, true God from true God. Begotten 8 2 | light, true God from true God. Begotten not made, of 9 2 | mass there is offered to God a true, proper and propitiatory 10 2 | that they offer prayers to God on our behalf, and that 11 2 | the ever virgin mother of God, and likewise those of ~ 12 2 | confess, by the help of God, in all its completeness 13 2 | vow and swear. So help me God and these holy gospels of 14 2 | and these holy gospels of God. ~ 15 3 | servant of the servants of God, with the approval of the 16 3 | everlasting record. ~ The Son of God, redeemer of the human race, 17 3 | religion, and the denial of God and his Christ, has plunged 18 3 | suffer anguish? For just as God wills all people to be saved 19 3 | into one the children of God who were scattered abroad7 , 20 3 | the church, appointed by God to be mother and mistress 21 3 | witnessing to the truth of God which heals all8 and from 22 3 | by the power given us by God, to reject and condemn 23 3 | relying on the word of God in scripture and tradition 24 3, 1 | Chapter 1 On God the creator of all things~ 25 3, 1 | there is one true and living God, creator and lord of heaven 26 3, 1 | imagined. This one true God, by his goodness and almighty 27 3, 1 | body10. Everything that God has brought into being he 28 3, 2 | church holds and teaches that God, the source and end of all 29 3, 2 | In many and various ways God spoke of old to our fathers 30 3, 2 | those matters concerning God which are not of themselves 31 3, 2 | necessary; the reason is that God directed human beings to 32 3, 2 | sharing in the good things of God that utterly surpasses the 33 3, 2 | to conceive what things God has prepared for those who 34 3, 2 | holy Spirit, they have God as their author, and were 35 3, 3 | are totally dependent on God as their creator and lord, 36 3, 3 | are obliged to yield to God the revealer full submission 37 3, 3 | which, with the grace of God inspiring and assisting 38 3, 3 | because of the authority of God himself, who makes the revelation 39 3, 3 | accordance with reason, it was God's will that there should 40 3, 3 | and infinite knowledge of God, are the most certain 41 3, 3 | through charity, is a gift of God, and its operation is a 42 3, 3 | yields true obedience to God himself when he accepts 43 3, 3 | contained in the word of God as found in scripture and 44 3, 3 | is impossible to please God21 and reach the fellowship 45 3, 3 | persevering unwaveringly in it, God, through his only begotten 46 3, 3 | being so, giving thanks to God the Father who has made 47 3, 4 | belief mysteries hidden in God which, unless they are 48 3, 4 | Apostle, who witnesses that God was known to the gentiles 49 3, 4 | secret and hidden wisdom of God, which God decreed before 50 3, 4 | hidden wisdom of God, which God decreed before the ages 51 3, 4 | this age understood this. God has revealed it to us through 52 3, 4 | everything, even the depths of God31. And the Only-begotten 53 3, 4 | soberly, achieve by God's gift some understanding, 54 3, 4 | since it is the same God who reveals the mysteries 55 3, 4 | the light of reason. God cannot deny himself, nor 56 3, 4 | that those things flow from God, the lord of sciences, and, 57 3, 4 | are properly used, lead to God by the help of his grace. 58 3, 4 | doctrine of the faith which God has revealed is put forward 59 3, Canons, 1| 1. On God the creator of all things~   60 3, Canons, 1| anyone denies the one true God, creator and lord of things 61 3, Canons, 1| substance or essence of God and that of all things are 62 3, Canons, 1| things or, finally, that God is a universal or indefinite 63 3, Canons, 1| substance, out of nothing by God; or holds that God did 64 3, Canons, 1| nothing by God; or holds that God did not create by his will 65 3, Canons, 1| created for the glory of God: let him be anathema. ~ 66 3, Canons, 2| says that the one, true God, our creator and lord, cannot 67 3, Canons, 2| divine revelation about God and the worship that should 68 3, Canons, 3| faith cannot be commanded by God: let him be anathema. ~   69 3, Canons, 3| natural knowledge about God and moral matters, and consequently 70 3, Canons, 3| because of the authority of God who reveals it: let him 71 3, Canons, 3| or that the grace of God is necessary only for living 72 3, Canons, 4| authority of him who is also our God and saviour, all faithful 73 4 | servant of the servants of God, with the approval of the 74 4 | the house of the living God, all the faithful should 75 4, 1 | over the whole church of God was immediately and directly 76 4, 1 | Christ, the son of the living God, spoke these words: ~ 77 4, 4 | held those things which, by God's help, they knew to be 78 4, 4 | the only-begotten Son of God was pleased to attach to 79 4, 4 | faith, to the glory of God our saviour, for the exaltation 80 4, 4 | then, should anyone, which God forbid, have the temerity


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