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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| grant that every one of us learnt his own language 2 pref, 0| Spirit? No, no; rather let us put away false pride and 3 pref, 0| jealousy. And do not let us tempt Him in whom we have 4 pref, 0| Let us beware of such dangerous 5 pref, 0| temptations of pride, and let us rather consider the fact 6 1, arg | enjoyment to God: he uses us, but for our own advantage. 7 1, 3 | objects of enjoyment make us happy. Those things which 8 1, 3 | and (so to speak) support us in our efforts after happiness, 9 1, 3 | attain the things that make us happy and rest in them. 10 1, 4 | whose delights would make us truly happy. Such is a picture 11 1, 6 | mouths, and has desired us through the medium of our 12 1, 10 | it is perceived. And let us look upon this purification 13 1, 11 | incarnate, a pattern to us of purification~ 14 1, 11 | our weakness, and to show us a pattern of holy life in 15 1, 11 | wisely, He when He came to us was considered by proud 16 1, 11 | strong, He when He came to us was looked upon as weak. 17 1, 12 | the Wisdom of God came to us~ 18 1, 12 | is said to have come to us. For He came to a place 19 1, 13 | made flesh, and dwelt among us"? Just as when we speak, 20 1, 13 | that He might dwell among us. ~ 21 1, 14 | mortality so well as to restore us to life. The disease was 22 1, 14 | born of a woman to deliver us who fell through a woman: 23 1, 14 | He came as a man to save us who are men, as a mortal 24 1, 14 | men, as a mortal to save us who are mortals, by death 25 1, 14 | mortals, by death to save us who were dead. And those 26 1, 15 | He laid down His life for us when He had it in His power 27 1, 15 | earthly journey He has given us so freely of His Spirit, 28 1, 16 | apostle's teaching shows us;and it is even called His 29 1, 17 | of thorns barred against us, what could He, who was 30 1, 17 | merciful, except to forgive us all our sins, and by being 31 1, 17 | and by being crucified for us to remove the stern decrees 32 1, 22 | else may suggest itself to us as an object worthy of love 33 1, 23 | which are either united with us in a common relation to 34 1, 23 | angel, or are so related to us as to need the goodness 35 1, 23 | first, that which is above us; second, ourselves; third, 36 1, 23 | which is on a level with us; fourth, that which is beneath 37 1, 23 | fourth, that which is beneath us, no precepts need be given 38 1, 25 | wicked men often compels us to do. ~ 39 1, 26 | ourselves, and what is beneath us but connected with us, through 40 1, 26 | beneath us but connected with us, through a law of nature 41 1, 26 | and which is common to us with the beasts (for even 42 1, 26 | to lay injunctions upon us in regard to God above us, 43 1, 26 | us in regard to God above us, and our neighbour beside 44 1, 26 | and our neighbour beside us. "Thou shalt love," He says, " 45 1, 27 | can have fellowship with us in the enjoyment of God, 46 1, 29 | Now of all who can with us enjoy God, we love partly 47 1, 29 | those who render services to us, partly those who both help 48 1, 29 | partly those who both help us in our need and in turn 49 1, 29 | and in turn are helped by us, partly those upon whom 50 1, 29 | they should all join with us in loving God, and all the 51 1, 29 | so, what does it become us to do who live in the fellowship 52 1, 29 | they cannot take away from us what we love; but we pity 53 1, 29 | because the more they hate us the more are they separated 54 1, 29 | the supreme good, and love us too as partakers with them 55 1, 30 | For that He who commanded us to love our neighbour made 56 1, 30 | thou likewise;" teaching us that he is our neighbour 57 1, 30 | would be in turn to help us is our neighbour. For the 58 1, 30 | or who ought to show to us, the of offices of mercy 59 1, 30 | neighbour. For He shows us pity on account of His own 60 1, 30 | His; that is, He pities us that we may fully enjoy 61 1, 31 | uses rather than enjoys us~ 62 1, 31 | except that which makes us happy, and that all other 63 1, 31 | explanation. For God loves us, and Holy Scripture frequently 64 1, 31 | Scripture frequently sets before us the love He has towards 65 1, 31 | the love He has towards us. In what way then does He 66 1, 31 | what way then does He love us? As objects of use or as 67 1, 31 | enjoyment? If He enjoys us, He must be in need of good 68 1, 31 | be in need of good from us, and no sane man will say 69 1, 31 | goodness." He does not enjoy us then, but makes use of us. 70 1, 31 | us then, but makes use of us. For if He neither enjoys 71 1, 31 | neither enjoys nor uses us, I am at a loss to discover 72 1, 31 | in what way He can love us. ~ 73 1, 32 | however, in His use of us, has reference to His own 74 1, 32 | which God is said to make of us has no reference to His 75 1, 33 | have received of God for us or for themselves; and then 76 1, 33 | themselves; and then urge us thus refreshed to go on 77 1, 33 | thing that we love is near us, it is a matter of course 78 1, 34 | that He might dwell among us, the apostle yet says: " 79 1, 34 | binds, and as it were seals us, so that we are able to 80 1, 34 | that nothing should detain us on the way, when not even 81 1, 34 | way, is willing to detain us, but wishes us rather to 82 1, 34 | to detain us, but wishes us rather to press on; and, 83 1, 36 | of Scripture which builds us up in love is not perniciously 84 2, arg | spirit in which it behoves us to address ourselves to 85 2, 2 | signs which have been given us of God, and which are contained 86 2, 2 | Scriptures, were made known to us through men those, namely, 87 2, 7 | His will, what He commands us to desire and what to avoid. 88 2, 7 | will of necessity excite in us the thought of our mortality 89 2, 7 | the death that is before us, and crucify all the motions 90 2, 8 | But let us now go back to consider 91 2, 10 | because all men who with us use the Latin tongue call 92 2, 12 | abiding, but faith feeds us as babes, upon milk, in 93 2, 13 | those who spoke Latin before us pronounced it? For whether 94 2, 16 | in Scripture, and telling us what Adam means, what Eve, 95 2, 16 | it were, be destroyed in us, if to save the body we 96 2, 16 | of numbers, too, prevents us from understanding things 97 2, 16 | when it is placed before us in connection with time, 98 2, 16 | too, are closed against us and obscured by ignorance 99 2, 18 | instruments, that may help us to lay hold upon spiritual 100 2, 26 | them, nor do they involve us in superstition, or enervate 101 2, 26 | superstition, or enervate us by luxury, if they only 102 2, 27 | mere human invention, aid us in interpreting Scripture~ 103 2, 27 | men have handed down to us, not as arrangements of 104 2, 27 | they are pointed out to us, or infer from experience. ~ 105 2, 28 | chronology of past times assists us very much in understanding 106 2, 30 | arts experience teaches us to infer the future from 107 2, 30 | unless some duty compel us, a matter on which I do 108 2, 33 | way as the following. Let us suppose some man to have 109 2, 39 | arrangements of men that enable us to carry on intercourse 110 2, 39 | intercourse with those around us. I think, however, there 111 2, 40 | toil, which every one of us, when going out under the 112 2, 41 | Passover sacrificed for us, and there is nothing the 113 2, 41 | Christ more clearly teaches us than the call which He himself 114 3, 2 | of the Trinity, directs us to say: "et Deus erat verbum" ( 115 3, 2 | there is nothing to hinder us to point the sentence according 116 3, 2 | promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all 117 3, 2 | the fear of God. Receive us; we have wronged no man." 118 3, 2 | carnis et spiritus" [let us cleanse ourselves from all 119 3, 2 | coinquintione carnis" [let us cleanse ourselves from all 120 3, 2 | the fear of God, receive us]. Such ambiguities of punctuation, 121 3, 3 | maketh intercession for us?" the answer "No" being 122 3, 9 | Holy Spirit ministered unto us the aids and consolations 123 3, 9 | practice, have handed down to us a few rites in place of 124 3, 10 | foregoing rule, which guards us against taking a metaphorical 125 3, 10 | heed to that which tells us not to take a literal form 126 3, 12 | whose holiness is put before us as an example, are wholly 127 3, 16 | wounded and crucified for us. Scripture says: "If thine 128 3, 18 | therefore have pity on us, O Lord." ~ 129 3, 26 | Thou, Lord, hast crowned us with Thy favour as with 130 3, 28 | Scripture, it remains for us to make it clear by the 131 3, 31 | are sometimes indicated to us under one person (for it 132 3, 33 | said that works were given us by God as the reward of 133 3, 33 | that it did not come to us from God; not keeping in 134 3, 33 | our time, and has given us much labour and trouble 135 3, 33 | manifest among you" has made us much more watchful and diligent 136 3, 34 | former; not that he grudges us the clear apprehension of 137 3, 34 | but that he deals with us as a physician, giving us 138 3, 34 | us as a physician, giving us a wholesome exercise for 139 3, 34 | and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus before the 140 3, 37 | Lord and His body, directs us, when Scripture speaks of 141 3, 37 | so this last rule shows us that statements are sometimes 142 4, 3 | got to say does not escape us whilst we are thinking about 143 4, 6 | characters, and to guide us from this world of wickedness 144 4, 7 | Ghost which is given unto us"? Now were any man unlearnedly 145 4, 7 | Ghost which is given unto us." But these and other matters 146 4, 7 | these men, and to show us that we must distinguish 147 4, 7 | all genius? Therefore let us acknowledge that the canonical 148 4, 9 | of argument it may cost us. Only two conditions are 149 4, 10 | if they do not understand us for whose sake we speak? 150 4, 14 | then, God forbid that with us the priest should applaud 151 4, 14 | forbid, I say, that with us there should be such terrible 152 4, 14 | then, in one place, "Let us seek this abode: the neighbouring 153 4, 15 | expedient at a given moment for us to say, or to be heard saying, 154 4, 15 | of all? And who can make us say what we ought, and in 155 4, 16 | even holy angels assist us, no one learns aright the 156 4, 18 | the truths which deliver us from eternal misery and 157 4, 18 | eternal misery and bring us to eternal happiness; and 158 4, 18 | presence of God is with us, so that what we say is 159 4, 19 | understand as much as it is given us to understand? Are we in 160 4, 20 | which is the mother of us all;" and so on. And in 161 4, 20 | the grace that is given to us, whether prophecy, let us 162 4, 20 | us, whether prophecy, let us prophesy according to the 163 4, 20 | faith; or ministry, let us wait on our ministering; 164 4, 20 | the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off the works 165 4, 20 | works of darkness, and let us put on the armour of light. 166 4, 20 | the armour of light. Let us walk honestly, as in the 167 4, 20 | what has been translated to us in the same order of words 168 4, 20 | these things? If God be for us, who can be against us? 169 4, 20 | for us, who can be against us? He that spared not His 170 4, 20 | but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with 171 4, 20 | with Him also freely give us all things? Who shall lay 172 4, 20 | maketh intercession for us. Who shall separate us from 173 4, 20 | for us. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? 174 4, 20 | through Him that loved us. For I am persuaded, that 175 4, 20 | shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which 176 4, 20 | strong emotion that makes us feel the fervour of eloquence. ~ 177 4, 21 | must have an expositor. Let us, then, study these various 178 4, 21 | the custom handed down to us from the Lord, and to do 179 4, 21 | Lord has not first done for us: so that the cup which is 180 4, 21 | and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat?' When the 181 4, 21 | joy; only be mindful of us when your virginity shall 182 4, 21 | Passover is sacrificed for us: therefore let us keep the 183 4, 21 | sacrificed for us: therefore let us keep the feast, not with 184 4, 22 | the hearer's feelings with us, when once it has been sufficiently 185 4, 26 | to carry the hearer with us, that is, to compel his


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