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1 pref, 0| it might be revealed to him; after three days' supplication 2 pref, 0| through a book presented to him on the spot by the astonished 3 pref, 0| learnt from man; and let him who teaches another communicate 4 pref, 0| And do not let us tempt Him in whom we have believed, 5 pref, 0| although an angel announced to him that his prayers were heard 6 pref, 0| but was also instructed by him as to the proper objects 7 pref, 0| an angel who explained to him what he did not understand, 8 pref, 0| understand the prophet, came to him, and sat with him, and in 9 pref, 0| came to him, and sat with him, and in human words, and 10 pref, 0| human tongue, opened to him the Scriptures. Did not 11 pref, 0| great nation entrusted to him? For Moses knew that a wise 12 pref, 0| man who devised it, but to Him who is the Truth, the unchangeable 13 pref, 0| is false. All truth is of Him who says, "I am the truth." 14 pref, 0| the words he sees before him: he who teaches reading, 15 pref, 0| reads aloud the words before him. On the other hand, the 16 pref, 0| he finds a book, to tell him what is written in it, so 17 pref, 0| to lay open the secret to him, but, holding fast by certain 18 1, arg | essentially necessary for him who would understand and 19 1, 1 | accomplishing the work rests on Him who has already supplied 20 1, 1 | saith, "Whosoever has, to him shall be given." I He will 21 1, 5 | common to all who enjoy Him, if He is an object, and 22 1, 6 | even this is to speak of Him. Thus there arises a curious 23 1, 6 | greatness can be said of Him, has condescended to accept 24 1, 7 | conception of God, place Him above all visible and bodily 25 1, 8 | think about God think of Him as living, they only can 26 1, 8 | can form any conception of Him that is not absurd and unworthy 27 1, 8 | and unworthy who think of Him as life itself; and, whatever 28 1, 10 | that we can come nearer to Him who is in every place, but 29 1, 11 | since we when we come to Him do wisely, He when He came 30 1, 11 | since we when we come to Him become strong, He when He 31 1, 12 | and the world was made by Him." But, because men, who 32 1, 12 | world," did not recognize Him, therefore the evangelist 33 1, 12 | says, "and the world knew Him not." Thus, in the wisdom 34 1, 14 | through pride, He restored him through humility. We were 35 1, 15 | unbelief! And when men look for Him to come from heaven as the 36 1, 15 | confidence in, and love for, Him whom as yet we see not; 37 1, 18 | should not be remitted to him; but that whosoever should 38 1, 18 | greater good remained for him than to be evil, when he 39 1, 22 | for his own sake, we enjoy him; if it is for the sake of 40 1, 22 | of something else, we use him. It seems to me, then, that 41 1, 22 | a curse is pronounced on him who places his hope in man. ~ 42 1, 22 | sake, but for the sake of Him who is the true object of 43 1, 22 | to be angry if you love him too for God's sake. For 44 1, 22 | whole intelligence upon Him from whom you derive all 45 1, 22 | aright, ought to urge upon him that he too should love 46 1, 26 | measure of our love for Him is prescribed in such terms 47 1, 26 | to find their centre in Him, nothing seems to be said 48 1, 29 | fond of all who join with him in admiration of his favourite, 49 1, 29 | sakes, but for the sake of him whom they admire in common; 50 1, 29 | secure new admirers for him, and the more anxious he 51 1, 29 | anxious he becomes to show him to others; and if he find 52 1, 29 | with any one who opposes him, he is exceedingly displeased 53 1, 29 | life, to whom all who love Him owe both their own existence 54 1, 29 | existence and the love they bear Him, concerning whom we have 55 1, 29 | any one who comes to know Him will be disappointed in 56 1, 29 | will be disappointed in Him, and who desires our love, 57 1, 29 | but that those who love Him may obtain an eternal reward, 58 1, 29 | are they separated from Him whom we love. For if they 59 1, 29 | For if they would turn to Him, they must of necessity 60 1, 29 | they must of necessity love Him as the supreme good, and 61 1, 30 | happy in the enjoyment of Him whom we long to enjoy; and 62 1, 30 | enjoy; and the more we enjoy Him in this life as through 63 1, 30 | and the prophets, asked Him, "And who is my neighbour?" 64 1, 30 | is my neighbour?" He told him of a certain man who, going 65 1, 30 | half dead. And He showed him that nobody was neighbour 66 1, 30 | neighbour to this man except him who took pity upon him and 67 1, 30 | except him who took pity upon him and came forward to relieve 68 1, 30 | to relieve and care for him. And the man who had asked 69 1, 30 | with his wife, or to kill him, or to covet his goods. 70 1, 30 | the man who brought aid to him who was lying half dead 71 1, 30 | that we may fully enjoy Him. ~ 72 1, 32 | their existence entirely to Him, and are good only so far 73 1, 32 | upon a man and care for him, it is for his advantage 74 1, 32 | leave the mercy we show to him who needs it to go without 75 1, 32 | that we should fully enjoy Him, and that all who enjoy 76 1, 32 | and that all who enjoy Him should enjoy one another 77 1, 32 | should enjoy one another in Him. ~ 78 1, 33 | to go on our way towards Him, in the enjoyment of whom 79 1, 33 | who is about to worship him, that he should rather worship 80 1, 33 | he should rather worship Him who is his Master, and under 81 1, 33 | you enjoy. For you enjoy Him by whom you are made happy, 82 1, 33 | rejoice to have come to Him in whose presence you place 83 1, 33 | his hope of happiness upon him, although even in the immediate 84 1, 34 | yet now henceforth know we Him no more." For Christ, desiring 85 1, 34 | might begin their journey in Him. The apostle, therefore, 86 1, 34 | following after God who called him to the reward of His heavenly 87 1, 34 | rest. For when we come to Him, we come to the Father also, 88 1, 34 | been put on and worn by Him for our salvation, to pass 89 1, 36 | should place confidence in him; and yet he betrays his 90 1, 36 | his confidence by lying to him. Now every man who breaks 91 1, 37 | it will utterly destroy him. "For we walk by faith, 92 2, 2 | voice for the hen to run to him, and the dove by cooing 93 2, 7 | Then that fear which leads him to think of the judgment 94 2, 7 | and that piety which gives him no option but to believe 95 2, 7 | authority of Scripture, compel him to bewail his condition. 96 2, 7 | violently agitated, and disturbs him with base desires, from 97 2, 7 | this world. For men see Him just so far as they die 98 2, 7 | they live to it they see Him not. But yet, although that 99 2, 7 | not himself, because not him whom he loves as himself. 100 2, 14 | reader is ignorant, brings him to a stop. Now if these 101 2, 17 | select and purchase from him. It so happened that these 102 2, 18 | religious literature, let him reject the figments of superstition, 103 2, 18 | of superstition, and let him grieve over and avoid men 104 2, 18 | they knew God, glorified him not as God, neither were 105 2, 20 | consulted by a man who told him that the mice had eaten 106 2, 21 | name to this star before him, and could not by any law 107 2, 22 | his brother, who preceded him. Now, assuredly, the day 108 2, 22 | brother, what does it profit him that there is a difference 109 2, 24 | preconceptions have already entangled him in. For, to take an illustration, 110 2, 25 | theatre, unless some one tells him what these movements mean, 111 2, 31 | them, and of thus leading him to give up his error, when 112 2, 32 | but only pointed out by him. And this rule has reference 113 2, 40 | Lactantius brought with him? And Victorious, and Optatus, 114 2, 40 | done the same thing; for of him it is written that he was 115 2, 41 | his investigations, let him constantly meditate upon 116 2, 41 | the riches he brings with him out of Egypt, yet unless 117 2, 41 | cling with constancy to Him, to hope for heaven, and 118 2, 42 | ceased to be a hindrance to him; when he is meek and lowly 119 2, 42 | that knowledge cannot puff him up, let him then approach 120 2, 42 | cannot puff him up, let him then approach the consideration 121 3, 1 | when thus prepared, let him proceed to the examination 122 3, 1 | I so far as I can give him instruction (it may happen 123 3, 1 | can give instruction, let him who is in such a state of 124 3, 6 | brought it as a charge against Him that He healed on the Sabbath, 125 3, 12 | custom of the good men about him, either has a further meaning 126 3, 14 | wishes an injury to be done him by another; he himself, 127 3, 16 | thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him 128 3, 16 | him; if he thirst, give him drink;" and this is beyond 129 3, 16 | a figurative sense, "Let him lose his life" that is, 130 3, 16 | lose his life" that is, let him destroy and lose that perverted 131 3, 18 | except lust has dominion over him, and endeavours to find 132 3, 18 | merriest Adam, and gavest him Eve his wife for an helper 133 3, 21 | son, he not only bore with him in his mad passion, but 134 3, 21 | passion, but mourned over him in his death. He certainly 135 3, 21 | sins of his son that moved him. For it was on this account 136 3, 21 | dreadfully afflicted for him while he was sick, yet he 137 3, 21 | when he had come to show him his sin set before him the 138 3, 21 | show him his sin set before him the parable of the poor 139 3, 21 | yet when a guest came to him spared to take of his own 140 3, 21 | had been denounced against him, he wiped out his sin in 141 3, 21 | not take up its abode with him, but was only a passing 142 3, 21 | reigned as a king. And about him Scripture is not silent, 143 3, 21 | not silent, but accuses him of being a lover of strange 144 3, 22 | the divine commands, let him refer the figure to its 145 3, 22 | interpretation, but let him not transfer the act to 146 3, 23 | figure of things to come, let him yet put the literal fact 147 3, 23 | this use also, to teach him not to dare to vaunt himself 148 3, 23 | apostle: "Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth 149 3, 27 | Holy Spirit, who through him spake these words, foresaw 150 3, 27 | that it should occur to him, seeing that it too is founded 151 3, 29 | the expression, "Beware of him, for he is a good man." 152 3, 32 | Christ which will not be with Him in eternity. We ought, therefore, 153 3, 32 | even now be said to be in Him, although they seem to be 154 3, 32 | when he comes, "shall cut him asunder and appoint him 155 3, 32 | him asunder and appoint him his portion with the hypocrites." ~ 156 3, 33 | faith itself is the gift of Him who "has dealt to every 157 3, 33 | not only to believe on Him, but also to suffer for 158 3, 34 | which reaches far beyond him, and which are only properly 159 3, 36 | God had formed man and put him in the garden; whereas the 160 3, 36 | God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden." 161 3, 36 | stuff in the house, let him not come down to take it 162 3, 36 | that is in the field, let him likewise not return back. 163 3, 37 | and destined to go with him into the punishment of everlasting 164 3, 37 | body, destined to be with Him in His eternal kingdom and 165 3, 37 | though they really belong to him, are for a time mixed up 166 3, 37 | understanding;" and it is from Him they have received their 167 4, 5 | both), I would rather send him to read, and listen to, 168 4, 5 | eloquent men, than advise him to spend time with the teachers 169 4, 7 | learned or unlearned, laugh at him? And yet here we find the 170 4, 7 | first, the second follows him, and yet he does not spurn 171 4, 7 | spurn it when it comes after him. "I say again," he says, " 172 4, 7 | general by the proper name of him who stands out illustrious 173 4, 7 | found in the messengers of Him who is the author of all 174 4, 10 | not at the time occur to him, he will use words that 175 4, 10 | turned attentively upon him, it is neither customary 176 4, 12 | persuaded in order to move him to action. And as he is 177 4, 12 | those whom you present to him as objects of pity, and 178 4, 12 | those whom you set before him as men to be feared and 179 4, 13 | nothing remains but to subdue him by the power of eloquence. ~ 180 4, 14 | Christian teaching had cured him of that redundancy of language, 181 4, 14 | of language, and confined him to a more dignified and 182 4, 15 | the way we ought, except Him in whose hand both we and 183 4, 15 | for speech arrives, let him reflect upon that saying 184 4, 16 | have need of before ye ask Him;" or that the Apostle Paul 185 4, 16 | not an elder, but entreat him as a father?" Is it not 186 4, 16 | with God, until God makes him ready to learn from Himself, 187 4, 17 | though he do not carry with him the assent of his hearer. 188 4, 18 | anything, but only to give him pleasure, occupy as it were 189 4, 19 | then, to be learnt about Him? Or ought he who is teaching 190 4, 19 | to the utmost in praising Him whom no one can adequately 191 4, 19 | one who does not praise Him in some measure! But if 192 4, 19 | whatever, be worshipped with Him or in preference to Him, 193 4, 19 | Him or in preference to Him, then we ought to speak 194 4, 20 | not an elder, but entreat him as a father; and the younger 195 4, 20 | exhortation: he that giveth, let him do it with simplicity; he 196 4, 20 | even when anger furnishes him with a weapon that he digs 197 4, 20 | possessing all things." See him still burning: "O ye Corinthians, 198 4, 20 | His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall 199 4, 20 | all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all 200 4, 20 | than conquerors, through Him that loved us. For I am 201 4, 21 | offered in remembrance of Him should be mixed with wine. 202 4, 25 | the hearer, or to persuade him to any course of action, 203 4, 25 | action, but merely to give him pleasure. We, however, ought 204 4, 25 | but rather seeking to aid him in the pursuit of the good 205 4, 25 | which we hold out before him. ~ 206 4, 26 | calling in the assistance of Him of whom it is said, "Thy 207 4, 26 | But who will listen to him if he do not arrest attention 208 4, 27 | to Timothy, after telling him, "Let no man despise thy 209 4, 28 | because his life protects him against contempt. For while 210 4, 28 | not let the words govern him. This is what the apostle 211 4, 29 | but in works they deny Him." In one sense, then, they 212 4, 29 | true, both being made by Him who is the Truth. Speaking 213 4, 29 | what does not belong to him, and the latter receives 214 4, 30 | ought to render thanks to Him from whom they know such


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