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1 pref, 0| to learn, if God our Lord do not withhold from me, while 2 pref, 0| to the work, or who would do so, did I not conciliate 3 pref, 0| objectors who either really do understand Scripture well, 4 pref, 0| Scripture well, or think they do, and who, because they know ( 5 pref, 0| all these. To those who do not understand what is here 6 pref, 0| these stories are false, I do not strongly insist on them. 7 pref, 0| and without jealousy. And do not let us tempt Him in 8 pref, 0| we have received it, why do we glory, as if we had not 9 1, 1 | thoughts on this subject, I do not fear but that He will 10 1, 6 | what I desired to say. How do I know this, except from 11 1, 9 | egregiously silly as to ask, "How do you know that a life of 12 1, 11 | since we when we come to Him do wisely, He when He came 13 1, 14 | when they bind up wounds, do it not in a slovenly way, 14 1, 15 | His Church, that we may do what He points out as right 15 1, 17 | which we should return, do that would be still gracious 16 1, 22 | to use, themselves, or to do both. For we are commanded 17 1, 24 | abstinence and toil, those who do this in the right spirit 18 1, 24 | this in the right spirit do it not that they may get 19 1, 24 | on the other hand, who do this in a perverse spirit, 20 1, 24 | even supposing they could do so without suffering any 21 1, 25 | himself, and does desire to do good to himself, nobody 22 1, 25 | men often compels us to do. ~ 23 1, 28 | equally. But since you cannot do good to all, you are to 24 1, 28 | than the other, you could do nothing fairer than choose 25 1, 29 | what does it become us to do who live in the fellowship 26 1, 29 | even our enemies. For we do not fear them, seeing they 27 1, 30 | glass darkly, the more easy do we find it to bear our pilgrimage, 28 1, 30 | pilgrimage, and the more eagerly do we long for its termination. 29 1, 30 | whom our Lord says, "Go and do thou likewise;" teaching 30 1, 30 | enemies? "Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you." ~ 31 1, 32 | when we use objects, we do so with a view to the full 32 1, 32 | is for his advantage we do so; but somehow or other 33 1, 33 | And this we must never do except in the case of the 34 1, 39 | to what is perfect, they do not seek for what is only 35 2, 1 | to advance or retreat, or do whatever else the state 36 2, 1 | of using them as signs, do yet lead to the knowledge 37 2, 1 | countenance, even though we do nothing with the intention 38 2, 6 | thickest darkness. And I do not doubt that all this 39 2, 6 | world, and who rising thence do, through the implanting 40 2, 6 | For those who seek but do not find suffer from hunger. 41 2, 6 | hunger. Those, again, who do not seek at all because 42 2, 8 | churches to those which some do not receive. Among those, 43 2, 12 | one translator reads: "And do not despise the domestics 44 2, 12 | seed;" another reads: "And do not despise thine own flesh." 45 2, 13 | But since we do not clearly see what the 46 2, 13 | And though these sometimes do not interfere with the understanding 47 2, 13 | this kind, then, if a man do not choose to avoid them 48 2, 14 | phrases whose meaning we do not know, so that where 49 2, 16 | expressions obscure, as when we do not know the nature of the 50 2, 20 | superstitious, pertaining as they do either to the worship of 51 2, 22 | the same stars, while they do not meet with equal fortune 52 2, 22 | fortune either in what they do or what they suffer, but 53 2, 26 | unlawful in learning them, nor do they involve us in superstition, 54 2, 30 | us, a matter on which I do not touch at present), but 55 2, 37 | provided only that men do not fall into the error 56 2, 37 | care, however, that they do not at the same time make 57 2, 37 | that is to say, that they do not give those who have 58 2, 38 | times three are not nine, or do not make a square, or are 59 2, 39 | which, pertaining as they do to the senses, are subject 60 2, 40 | among our brethren done? Do we not see with what a quantity 61 2, 41 | is symbolized, viz., to do good works in Christ, to 62 3, 3 | doubt and hesitation, I do not see how a difference 63 3, 3 | praedixi], that they which do such things shall not inherit 64 3, 4 | also those ambiguities that do not relate either to punctuation 65 3, 11 | that are contentious, and do not obey the truth, but 66 3, 12 | them, that make what we do either praiseworthy or blameable. ~ 67 3, 12 | other things also, that lust do not mix with our use of 68 3, 14 | look upon them as sins, and do not consider that their 69 3, 14 | ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to 70 3, 14 | that men should do to you, do ye even so to them," I cannot 71 3, 14 | therefore, ought not to do injury to another. ~ 72 3, 16 | beyond doubt a command to do a kindness. But in what 73 3, 16 | malevolence was enjoined. Do not doubt, then, that the 74 3, 18 | of life. For no one will do this except lust has dominion 75 3, 19 | beastly excess, such men do not believe it possible 76 3, 19 | entangled in the meshes of lust, do not accomplish in the case 77 3, 30 | expounded by their author, do indeed, when carefully considered, 78 3, 30 | writings; but still they do not explain all the difficult 79 3, 31 | this, that, knowing as we do that the head and the body 80 3, 32 | straight: these things will I do unto them, and not forsake 81 3, 34 | keep my commandments, and do them. And ye shall dwell 82 3, 35 | Seven times in the day do I praise Thee," means just 83 3, 36 | And we make mistakes if we do not understand this, from 84 4, 2 | either of wrong or right, why do not good men study to engage 85 4, 3 | men of slower intellect, I do not think it of so much 86 4, 3 | are scarcely any who can do both things that is, speak 87 4, 3 | speak well, and, in order to do this, think of the rules 88 4, 3 | and phrases from those who do speak, why should not men 89 4, 3 | far as they can? And what do we find from the examples 90 4, 4 | they may be diligent to do what they already know, 91 4, 5 | knowledge of Scripture; I do not mean by reading them 92 4, 5 | greater service if he can do both), I would rather send 93 4, 6 | them. Where, however, I do not understand these writers, 94 4, 6 | the same kind as that I do understand. The very obscurity, 95 4, 6 | passages where the learned do note its presence, the matters 96 4, 7 | Latin gradatio, for they do not care to call it scala ( 97 4, 7 | of elocution. As then I do not affirm that the apostle 98 4, 7 | rules of eloquence, so I do not deny that his wisdom 99 4, 7 | contemptible; not because they do not possess, but because 100 4, 7 | possess, but because they do not display, the eloquence 101 4, 7 | commend the style. And I shall do so, quoting principally 102 4, 7 | he made. And, indeed, I do not know whether this figure 103 4, 9 | no trouble to those who do not care to read them, and 104 4, 10 | all in speaking, if they do not understand us for whose 105 4, 10 | will avoid all words that do not teach; and if instead 106 4, 10 | such words, or because they do not at the time occur to 107 4, 10 | heart. If it appear right to do this, it ought to be done 108 4, 11 | disliked, nor in making them do what they shrank from, but 109 4, 12 | them what they ought to do, but urging them to do what 110 4, 12 | to do, but urging them to do what they already know ought 111 4, 12 | If however, they do not yet know this, they 112 4, 12 | knowing what they ought to do, do it not. Therefore, to 113 4, 12 | knowing what they ought to do, do it not. Therefore, to teach 114 4, 12 | their own hands either to do or not to do. But who would 115 4, 12 | hands either to do or not to do. But who would say that 116 4, 12 | that it is their duty to do what they do not know? On 117 4, 12 | their duty to do what they do not know? On the same principle, 118 4, 13 | so fastidious that they do not care for truth unless 119 4, 14 | only is it not our duty to do, but it is our duty to shun 120 4, 14 | it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?" O eloquence, 121 4, 14 | madness! For what shall we do in the end thereof? And 122 4, 14 | apt to think that men who do not use it, but employ a 123 4, 14 | a more chastened style, do so because they cannot attain 124 4, 16 | First Epistle to Timothy do we not read: "These things 125 4, 16 | has been told previously. Do we not read there: "Rebuke 126 4, 16 | the psalm: "Teach me to do Thy will; for Thou art my 127 4, 17 | eloquent, even though he do not carry with him the assent 128 4, 18 | Cases, again, which have to do with neither of these, and 129 4, 18 | not to get the hearer to do, or to pronounce judgment 130 4, 18 | and not before the saints? Do ye not know that the saints 131 4, 18 | law one with another: why do ye not rather take wrong? 132 4, 18 | not rather take wrong? Why do ye not rather suffer yourselves 133 4, 18 | to be defrauded? Nay, ye do wrong, and defraud, and 134 4, 19 | but are not willing, to do it, then great matters must 135 4, 19 | the hearer to be moved to do something instead of being 136 4, 20 | desire to be under the law, do ye not hear the law? For 137 4, 20 | he that giveth, let him do it with simplicity; he that 138 4, 20 | Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them 139 4, 20 | affirm; for I confess I do not know. This I know, however, 140 4, 20 | which he could very easily do by changing some words for 141 4, 20 | others is to me), while I do not in my own speech, however 142 4, 20 | other does; but if they do not happen to be at hand, 143 4, 21 | us from the Lord, and to do nothing that our Lord has 144 4, 24 | incredible, not to make them do what they knew they ought 145 4, 24 | they knew they ought to do but were unwilling to do. 146 4, 24 | do but were unwilling to do. To break down hardness 147 4, 25 | style, he persuades them to do what they are aware they 148 4, 25 | are aware they ought to do, but do not; in the temperate 149 4, 25 | aware they ought to do, but do not; in the temperate style, 150 4, 26 | these three merits. For we do not like even what we say 151 4, 26 | pleasure as well. Again, why do we enforce what we teach 152 4, 26 | will listen to him if he do not arrest attention by 153 4, 27 | observe, that observe and do: but do not ye after their 154 4, 27 | that observe and do: but do not ye after their works; 155 4, 27 | works; for they say and do not;" and therefore it is 156 4, 27 | their own objects, they do not dare to teach their 157 4, 27 | doctrines, sitting as they do in the high places of ecclesiastical 158 4, 27 | Now these men do good to many by preaching 159 4, 27 | preaching what they themselves do not perform; but they would 160 4, 27 | perform; but they would do good to very many more if 161 4, 27 | say with their lips: Why do you not do yourself what 162 4, 27 | their lips: Why do you not do yourself what you bid me 163 4, 27 | yourself what you bid me do? And thus they cease to 164 4, 29 | If, however, he cannot do even this, let his life 165 4, 29 | blamed, supposing them to do it without deception. For 166 4, 29 | In one sense, then, they do say the things, and in another 167 4, 29 | and in another sense they do not say them; for both these 168 4, 29 | observe, that observe and do; but do not ye after their 169 4, 29 | that observe and do; but do not ye after their works; " 170 4, 29 | hear from their lips, that do; what ye see in their lives, 171 4, 29 | see in their lives, that do ye not; "for they say and 172 4, 29 | ye not; "for they say and do not." And so, though they 173 4, 29 | not." And so, though they do not, yet they say. But in


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