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1 pref, 0| have spent my labour to no purpose, because, though 2 pref, 0| because they have received no assistance from this work 3 pref, 0| opinion that it can be of no use to anybody. There is 4 pref, 0| they would surely have no right to fly into a passion 5 pref, 0| real advantage, and one of no ordinary kind), they must 6 pref, 0| received the Holy Spirit? No, no; rather let us put away 7 pref, 0| received the Holy Spirit? No, no; rather let us put away 8 pref, 0| are," if God gave forth no oracles from His human temple, 9 pref, 0| bond of unity, would have no means of pouring soul into 10 pref, 0| interpretation they follow. For no one ought to consider anything 11 pref, 0| of the work itself that no one can justly object to 12 pref, 0| undertaking of mine, which has no other object than to be 13 1, 2 | signs: for example, words. No one uses words except as 14 1, 6 | syllables in itself conveys no true knowledge of His nature; 15 1, 7 | they think that there is no one God supreme above the 16 1, 9 | Now, no one is so egregiously silly 17 1, 13 | Divine Word, though suffering no change of nature, yet became 18 1, 18 | and becomes worse, as if no greater good remained for 19 1, 19 | body, being the source of no uneasiness because it can 20 1, 19 | uneasiness because it can feel no want, shall be animated 21 1, 22 | matter clearly, because no one ought to love even himself 22 1, 22 | its most worthy object, no other man has a right to 23 1, 22 | thy mind," He means that no part of our life is to be 24 1, 22 | love of God, which suffers no stream to be drawn off from 25 1, 23 | chap. 23. Man needs no injunction to love himself 26 1, 23 | that which is beneath us, no precepts need be given about 27 1, 24 | chap. 24. No man hates his own flesh, 28 1, 24 | No man, then, hates himself. 29 1, 24 | On this point, indeed, no question was ever raised 30 1, 24 | the apostle says truly, "No man ever yet hated his own 31 1, 24 | they hate. And so it is not no body, but an uncorrupted 32 1, 24 | body of that kind would be no body at all, because they 33 1, 24 | the apostle when he says, "No man ever yet hated his own 34 1, 25 | valued more highly. But no one is to be told not to 35 1, 26 | Seeing, then, that there is no need of a command that every 36 1, 27 | ought to be loved equally. No sinner is to be loved as 37 1, 29 | those upon whom we confer no advantage and from whom 38 1, 29 | concerning whom we have no fear that any one who comes 39 1, 30 | love our neighbour made no exception, as far as men 40 1, 30 | is a relative one, and no one can be neighbour except 41 1, 30 | again, who does not see that no exception is made of any 42 1, 30 | as thyself. Love worketh no ill to his neighbour." Whoever 43 1, 30 | that the apostle thought it no sin, if a man were not a 44 1, 30 | because we are to work no ill to any man. ~ 45 1, 31 | need of good from us, and no sane man will say that; 46 1, 31 | comes from Himself. And no one can be ignorant or in 47 1, 31 | that the light stands in no need of the glitter of the 48 1, 32 | is said to make of us has no reference to His own advantage, 49 1, 34 | now henceforth know we Him no more." For Christ, desiring 50 1, 34 | of the way, and had now no further need of it; yet 51 1, 35 | ourselves. For there is no need of a command that each 52 1, 36 | is sometimes useful. For no liar keeps faith in the 53 1, 38 | an object of desire, for no one in his longing for it 54 1, 39 | and love, needs Scripture no longer~ 55 1, 39 | future life, the life of no just and holy man is perfect 56 2, 1 | of signs however, it is no part of my design to discuss 57 2, 3 | For, when we nod, we give no sign except to the eyes 58 2, 3 | touched upon, but I could by no effort express words in 59 2, 4 | strike upon the air, and last no longer than their sound, 60 2, 6 | under that aspect than if no such figure were drawn from 61 2, 7 | that piety which gives him no option but to believe in 62 2, 8 | books which seem to follow no regular order, and are connected 63 2, 9 | passages about which there is no doubt to remove all hesitation 64 2, 9 | the memory be defective, no rules can supply the want. ~ 65 2, 13 | or inter hominibus, is of no consequence to a man who 66 2, 16 | language have conferred no small benefit on posterity 67 2, 16 | other animals, which are no less frequently mentioned 68 2, 16 | which in our religion has no ordinary sacredness attached 69 2, 16 | or whether, if there be no such law, the number itself 70 2, 18 | chap. 18. No help is to be despised even 71 2, 22 | so closely that there is no interval of time between 72 2, 22 | disrepute, when there is no difference in his chart, 73 2, 24 | because these omens are of no significance apart from 74 2, 28 | can make it out, yet that no shadow of doubt might arise 75 2, 29 | although in itself it involves no superstition, renders very 76 2, 29 | very little, indeed almost no assistance, in the interpretation 77 2, 30 | future from the past. For no man who is skilled in any 78 2, 31 | those who said that there is no resurrection of the dead. 79 2, 32 | antecedent is, "There is no resurrection of the dead," 80 2, 32 | assertion, viz., that there is no resurrection of the dead, 81 2, 32 | antecedent is, that there is no resurrection of the dead. 82 2, 32 | expressed thus: If there is no resurrection of the dead, 83 2, 33 | proved that the snail has no voice, it follows (since 84 2, 34 | follows that if there is no resurrection of the dead, 85 2, 35 | erroneous doctrines, that is no reason why it should be 86 2, 38 | because odd numbers have no half. Whether, then, numbers 87 2, 39 | found that many things I had no notion of have been worked 88 2, 40 | the time of the exodus was no doubt a type prefiguring 89 3, arg | general principle being, that no interpretation can be true 90 3, 1 | through piety, so as to have no love of strife; when furnished 91 3, 2 | Receive us; we have wronged no man." It is doubtful whether 92 3, 3 | the answer must be either "No" or "Yes." The passage will 93 3, 3 | justifieth?" the answer "No" being understood. And in 94 3, 3 | intercession for us?" the answer "No" being understood to every 95 3, 5 | am next to speak, demand no ordinary care and diligence. 96 3, 10 | prudence comes first; because no one can confer an advantage 97 3, 11 | to throw down," there is no doubt the whole of the language 98 3, 14 | who think that there is no absolute right and wrong~ 99 3, 14 | have thought that there was no such thing as absolute right, 100 3, 14 | becomes manifest that there is no such thing as right at all. 101 3, 14 | an end to all crimes. For no one is willing to defile 102 3, 14 | God, that is, himself. And no one wishes an injury to 103 3, 16 | drink His blood, ye have no life in you." This seems 104 3, 16 | things so that he gives no heed to eternal. It is written: " 105 3, 18 | as a habit of life. For no one will do this except 106 3, 18 | heaven's sake. For there is no difficulty in abstaining 107 3, 21 | son who had been guilty of no crime, though he was dreadfully 108 3, 25 | have adduced are indeed by no means doubtful in their 109 3, 26 | passages. For example, there is no better way of understanding 110 3, 27 | remain undiscovered, there is no danger if it can be shown 111 3, 28 | meaning about which there is no controversy, or if a controversy 112 3, 29 | speech of men who have learnt no grammar, but are content 113 3, 29 | fish-pond in which there is no fish, which was not made 114 3, 29 | although it puts yes for no by a law of contraries, 115 3, 30 | indeed, that there was no need for them, as there 116 3, 30 | need for them, as there was no difficulty in the passage 117 3, 30 | certainly very obscure, no use whatever is made of 118 3, 30 | understanding Scripture), and that no more may be expected from 119 3, 31 | body to the head, and yet no change made in the person 120 3, 32 | name, for that is really no part of the body of Christ 121 3, 32 | speaks as if there were no change in the subject of 122 3, 33 | escaped Tichonius, who, having no enemy to guard against, 123 3, 34 | constitute the genus. There is no necessity for here applying 124 3, 34 | imparted to all nations, no one who looks into the matter 125 3, 34 | the land itself is theirs, no part of which will belong 126 3, 37 | customary to find it, there is no trouble in understanding 127 4, arg | author premises that it is no part of his intention to 128 4, 1 | that I think such rules of no use, but that whatever use 129 4, 3 | secure authority, there is no want of ecclesiastical writings, 130 4, 3 | understood, they prove of no service. For even those 131 4, 3 | learnt these; but we know no one who is eloquent without 132 4, 6 | this eloquence they spoke; no other would have been suitable 133 4, 6 | then less apparent, I have no doubt but that it is of 134 4, 7 | say again," he says, "Let no man think me a fool: if 135 4, 7 | more: "I say again, let no man think me a fool." The 136 4, 8 | of theirs which there is no difficulty in understanding, 137 4, 9 | if not understood, give no trouble to those who do 138 4, 10 | seeing that African ears have no quick perception of the 139 4, 10 | hearer, seeing that there is no use at all in speaking, 140 4, 10 | either because there are no such words, or because they 141 4, 10 | point has been reached, no further labour need be spent 142 4, 12 | his thought in any shape no matter what, but for that 143 4, 12 | effect that there will be no need to move them with greater 144 4, 13 | of a pleasing discourse, no small place has been assigned 145 4, 14 | Thee among much people," no pleasure is derived from 146 4, 15 | wants of a pious mind: "Take no thought how or what ye shall 147 4, 16 | with all authority. Let no man despise thee. Put them 148 4, 16 | even holy angels assist us, no one learns aright the things 149 4, 16 | their fellow-men are of no avail except God gives them 150 4, 18 | greatness of justice is in no degree lessened, though 151 4, 18 | not a wise man among you? No, not one that shall be able 152 4, 18 | at his hands? God forbid. No; but all this is done for 153 4, 18 | of His disciples shall in no wise lose his reward, is 154 4, 19 | utmost in praising Him whom no one can adequately praise, 155 4, 19 | praise, though there is no one who does not praise 156 4, 20 | yet if it be confirmed, no man disannulleth, or addeth 157 4, 20 | inheritance be of the law, it is no more of promise: but God 158 4, 20 | hearer to ask, If there is no inheritance by the law, 159 4, 20 | it turn up at a time when no one will be present to answer 160 4, 20 | period of two members: "Owe no man anything, but to love 161 4, 20 | feceritis", the ear would no doubt be gratified with 162 4, 20 | day of salvation. Giving no offense in anything, that 163 4, 21 | her conscience; injuring no one, wishing well to all; 164 4, 21 | very entrance that there is no dark recess within, as the 165 4, 21 | its powers? The latter has no intervals of intermission, 166 4, 23 | use the temperate style, no matter what may be the general 167 4, 24 | so as to incur blame. But no one would say that all who 168 4, 26 | to listen if he receives no pleasure? Wherefore, in 169 4, 27 | after telling him, "Let no man despise thy youth," 170 4, 28 | strive not about words to no profit, but to the subverting 171 4, 28 | vehemently, uses words with no other purpose than to make 172 4, 29 | composed, and there are no divisions among them. Nor


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