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1 pref, 0| race would have been much more degraded if God had not 2 1, 6 | that I have done nothing more than desire to speak; and 3 1, 7 | nature, than which nothing more excellent or more exalted 4 1, 7 | nothing more excellent or more exalted exists. And since 5 1, 8 | unchangeable life to be the more excellent, is itself unchangeable: 6 1, 9 | that which they own to be more excellent and more worthy. ~ 7 1, 9 | to be more excellent and more worthy. ~ 8 1, 14 | can follow out the matter more fully, who are not hurried 9 1, 17 | would be still gracious and more merciful, except to forgive 10 1, 20 | when the body dies into a more terrible death, and shall 11 1, 23 | Now such love of itself is more correctly called hate. For 12 1, 25 | A man may love something more than his body, but does 13 1, 25 | objects which they valued more highly. But no one is to 14 1, 25 | is something he desires more. For the miser, though he 15 1, 25 | it is because he values more highly the bodily health 16 1, 27 | to love, nor loves that more which ought to be loved 17 1, 27 | be loved either less or more, nor loves that less or 18 1, 27 | nor loves that less or more which ought to be loved 19 1, 27 | And if God is to be loved more than any man, each man ought 20 1, 27 | each man ought to love God more than himself. Likewise we 21 1, 28 | it could not be given to more than one person; if two 22 1, 28 | for the time being to be more closely connected with you. ~ 23 1, 29 | admire in common; and the more fervent he is in his admiration, 24 1, 29 | is in his admiration, the more he works in every way he 25 1, 29 | admirers for him, and the more anxious he becomes to show 26 1, 29 | them rather, because the more they hate us the more are 27 1, 29 | the more they hate us the more are they separated from 28 1, 30 | we long to enjoy; and the more we enjoy Him in this life 29 1, 30 | through a glass darkly, the more easy do we find it to bear 30 1, 30 | our pilgrimage, and the more eagerly do we long for its 31 1, 34 | henceforth know we Him no more." For Christ, desiring not 32 1, 35 | comparison can be found that will more suitably express the idea 33 1, 37 | opinion, he begins to feel more angry with Scripture than 34 1, 38 | yet we see not, how much more shall we love it when we 35 1, 38 | have not reached, how much more shall we love it when we 36 1, 38 | temporal object is valued more before we possess it, and 37 1, 39 | will remain greater and more assured. ~ 38 2, 3 | ear are, as I have said, more numerous, and for the most 39 2, 5 | reading it, men seek nothing more than to find out the thought 40 2, 6 | the hearer learn anything more than when he listens to 41 2, 6 | satisfy our hunger, and by the more obscure to stimulate our 42 2, 7 | appear clearer, and not only more tolerable, but even more 43 2, 7 | more tolerable, but even more delightful, still it is 44 2, 8 | of Ezra, which last look more like a sequel to the continuous 45 2, 9 | are to be searched into more carefully and more diligently; 46 2, 9 | into more carefully and more diligently; and the more 47 2, 9 | more diligently; and the more of these a man discovers, 48 2, 9 | these a man discovers, the more capacious does his understanding 49 2, 9 | to throw light upon the more obscure, and use the evidence 50 2, 11 | original form on account of the more sacred authority that attaches 51 2, 12 | thrown light upon some of the more obscure passages; for example, 52 2, 12 | translators is compared, a more likely sense of the words 53 2, 12 | not take deep root," is a more suitable form of expression 54 2, 13 | in. Num. 13:19) And I am more disposed to think that this 55 2, 13 | from the meaning. Yet a more learned man would prefer 56 2, 14 | happen to meet either with a more learned man of whom we can 57 2, 15 | reported through all the more learned churches that the 58 2, 16 | on that very account the more to be considered as of sacred 59 2, 17 | can be found among them more curious or more learned 60 2, 17 | among them more curious or more learned in such matters. 61 2, 19 | But to explain more fully this whole topic ( 62 2, 20 | are eaten by mice, to be more frightened at the prospect 63 2, 21 | consider that even in times more recent and nearer our own, 64 2, 21 | world, how did they not more easily find out the Lord 65 2, 22 | consulted by their still more wretched dupes. Now it may 66 2, 23 | these successes, they become more eagerly inquisitive, and 67 2, 25 | nothing is to be considered more peculiarly man's own and 68 2, 26 | not to stand in the way of more important objects to which 69 2, 28 | source, can be ascertained more clearly and more certainly 70 2, 28 | ascertained more clearly and more certainly from a comparison 71 2, 28 | it may be referred to the more secret formation of the 72 2, 28 | there, show that it is much more likely that Plato was through 73 2, 28 | the dates, it becomes much more probable that those philosophers 74 2, 29 | Christian to avoid it the more carefully, the more efficacious 75 2, 29 | the more carefully, the more efficacious it may seem 76 2, 29 | diviners of the fates, it is more convenient and becoming 77 2, 31 | at verbal ornamentation more than is consistent with 78 2, 36 | also certain rules for a more copious kind of argument, 79 2, 37 | an inference is unsound more quickly than he apprehends 80 2, 37 | all these laws, we derive more pleasure from them as exhibitions 81 2, 37 | at the same time make it more inclined to mischief or 82 2, 39 | and on that account is of more service to the reader in 83 2, 41 | the sacrifice of Christ more clearly teaches us than 84 2, 41 | nothing is stronger and more penetrating than its roots; 85 3, 2 | all of them (if there are more than two), give a meaning 86 3, 2 | to abide in the flesh is more needful for you." Now it 87 3, 2 | to abide in the flesh is more needful for you]. ~ 88 3, 3 | vulgar idiom is frequently more useful in conveying the 89 3, 5 | carnal manner. And nothing is more fittingly called the death 90 3, 7 | bondage to the flesh, how much more so is it to take signs intended 91 3, 7 | will not be anything the more free from the burden and 92 3, 12 | not follow that they are more temperate than we are. For 93 3, 12 | does not in that way become more fruitful, but, on the contrary, 94 3, 19 | up the filth of a still more beastly excess, such men 95 3, 19 | with pride, becoming the more eager for the emptiest sort 96 3, 19 | sort of distinction the more frequently and the more 97 3, 19 | more frequently and the more widely they are blown about 98 3, 26 | in which they are used is more manifest we must gather 99 3, 27 | interpretation, but two or more interpretations are put 100 3, 27 | founded on truth. For what more liberal and more fruitful 101 3, 27 | For what more liberal and more fruitful provision could 102 3, 29 | name tropes, and use them more freely and in greater variety 103 3, 29 | them all, even of those more curious figures which mean 104 3, 30 | would not, by attributing more than is warranted by the 105 3, 30 | Scripture), and that no more may be expected from it 106 3, 33 | among you" has made us much more watchful and diligent to 107 3, 34 | the city, and which are more suitable when applied to 108 3, 34 | particular country, and apply more fitly to the whole of which 109 3, 34 | can find much better and more surely in the genus. Take, 110 3, 35 | legitimate which Holy Scripture more highly favours, such as 111 3, 36 | recapitulation is found in a still more obscure form; as, for example, 112 3, 37 | understand it, from some more, from some less, just as 113 3, 37 | less, just as men have got more or less from God of the 114 3, 37 | or as they have access to more or fewer external helps. 115 4, 3 | engaged in any occupation of more urgent necessity, or which 116 4, 3 | with rhetorical rules, are more eloquent than many who have 117 4, 5 | chap. 5. Wisdom of more importance than eloquence 118 4, 5 | nonsense, and so much the more if the hearer is pleased 119 4, 5 | Father of Lights, how much more ought we to feel it who 120 4, 5 | wisdom! Now a man speaks with more or less wisdom just as he 121 4, 5 | wisdom just as he has made more or less progress in the 122 4, 5 | words of Scripture. For the more he discerns the poverty 123 4, 5 | poverty of his own speech, the more he ought to draw on the 124 4, 5 | as well; and there is not more time for the reading of 125 4, 6 | also that nothing can be more eloquent. And I venture 126 4, 6 | kind of eloquence that is more becoming in youth, and a 127 4, 6 | youth, and a kind that is more becoming in old age, and 128 4, 6 | in their eloquence; I am more struck with admiration at 129 4, 7 | I speak as a fool), I am more: in labours more abundant, 130 4, 7 | I am more: in labours more abundant, in stripes above 131 4, 7 | above measure, in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft. 132 4, 7 | members, though it may have more: "I say again, let no man 133 4, 7 | I speak as a fool.) I am more." Then the next four sections 134 4, 7 | suppressed: "in labours more abundant, in stripes above 135 4, 7 | above measure, in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft." 136 4, 7 | art of rhetoric? Is it not more likely that serious men 137 4, 7 | metaphorical style, which the more completely they seem buried 138 4, 7 | directing the reader's attention more particularly to the investigation 139 4, 7 | hence some passages are more obscure, because more figurative, 140 4, 7 | are more obscure, because more figurative, in their translation;) 141 4, 7 | speaker's voice. But it is more beautiful as it is, the 142 4, 7 | clause, or whether with more elegance we hold the words, " 143 4, 10 | leads to neglect of the more polished forms of speech, 144 4, 10 | or with several, but much more in the case of a speech 145 4, 13 | s assent implies nothing more than to confess that they 146 4, 14 | eloquence, which is the more terrible from its purity, 147 4, 14 | from its purity, and the more crushing from its solidity! 148 4, 14 | language, and confined him to a more dignified and modest form 149 4, 14 | not use it, but employ a more chastened style, do so because 150 4, 15 | succeeds, he will succeed more by piety in prayer than 151 4, 18 | shall judge angels? How much more things that pertain to this 152 4, 20 | now to come to something more definite. We have an example 153 4, 20 | be of the law, it is no more of promise: but God gave 154 4, 20 | doubt be gratified with a more harmonious ending; but our 155 4, 20 | but our translator, with more strictness, preferred to 156 4, 20 | translators, or whether, as I am more inclined to believe, the 157 4, 20 | all these things we are more than conquerors, through 158 4, 21 | and in them flourishes more abundantly; and in proportion 159 4, 21 | we find, O woman, that is more unquestionable than thine 160 4, 21 | crime of adultery is almost more tolerable than thine; for 161 4, 22 | the discourse goes off more gracefully, even though 162 4, 23 | when it is used may be the more majestic by comparison and 163 4, 24 | it is now eight years or more since anything of the sort 164 4, 25 | making them adhere to it more tenaciously. For as the 165 4, 25 | induce them to pursue it more zealously, and to persevere 166 4, 26 | to strive after or hold more firmly by what it praises, 167 4, 27 | the speaker will count for more in securing the hearer's 168 4, 27 | would do good to very many more if they lived as they preach. 169 4, 28 | chap. 28. Truth is more important than expression. 170 4, 28 | ill-conditioned mind is a more painful object than if his 171 4, 28 | men who teach lies are the more pitiable if they happen 172 4, 29 | what has been written by a more eloquent man than himself~ 173 4, 30 | into her mouth, how much more ought he to pray for the


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