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1 pref, 0| objects of faith, hope, and love. And without doubt it was 2 pref, 0| ministration of angels? Moreover, love itself, which binds men 3 1, arg | them may be loved, yet our love is not to rest in them, 4 1, arg | then goes on to show that love the love of God for His 5 1, arg | on to show that love the love of God for His own sake 6 1, arg | for His own sake and the love of our neighbour for God' 7 1, arg | conclusion, that faith, hope, and love are graces essentially necessary 8 1, 3 | getting entangled in the love of lower gratifications, 9 1, 15 | retain our confidence in, and love for, Him whom as yet we 10 1, 16 | in the bond of unity and love, which is its true health. 11 1, 22 | For we are commanded to love one another: but it is a 12 1, 22 | because no one ought to love even himself for his own 13 1, 22 | Wherefore if you ought not to love even yourself for your own 14 1, 22 | but for His in whom your love finds its most worthy object, 15 1, 22 | right to be angry if you love him too for God's sake. 16 1, 22 | For this is the law of love that has been laid down 17 1, 22 | Divine authority: "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself;" 18 1, 22 | thyself;" but, "Thou shalt love God with all thy heart, 19 1, 22 | us as an object worthy of love is to be borne into the 20 1, 22 | upon him that he too should love God with his whole heart, 21 1, 22 | the whole current of his love both for himself and his 22 1, 22 | into the channel of the love of God, which suffers no 23 1, 23 | Man needs no injunction to love himself and his own body~ 24 1, 23 | assuredly the martyrs did not love the wickedness of their 25 1, 23 | truth, he still continues to love himself, and to love his 26 1, 23 | to love himself, and to love his own body. The soul which 27 1, 23 | body; and so it cannot but love both itself and its own 28 1, 23 | due to God only. Now such love of itself is more correctly 29 1, 23 | For, of course, it must love the body, and be grieved 30 1, 25 | chap. 25. A man may love something more than his 31 1, 25 | in what measure he may love himself so as to be of service 32 1, 25 | himself. For that he does love himself, and does desire 33 1, 25 | too, in what measure to love his body, so as to care 34 1, 26 | chap. 26. The command to love God and our neighbour includes 35 1, 26 | neighbour includes a command to love ourselves~ 36 1, 26 | command that every man should love himself and his own body, 37 1, 26 | seeing, that is, that we love ourselves, and what is beneath 38 1, 26 | beasts (for even the beasts love themselves and their own 39 1, 26 | neighbour beside us. "Thou shalt love," He says, "the Lord thy 40 1, 26 | thy mind; and thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. 41 1, 26 | end of the commandment is love, and that twofold, the love 42 1, 26 | love, and that twofold, the love of God and the love of our 43 1, 26 | the love of God and the love of our neighbour. Now, if 44 1, 26 | commandments. For though, when the love of God comes first, and 45 1, 26 | and the measure of our love for Him is prescribed in 46 1, 26 | seems to be said about our love for ourselves; yet when 47 1, 26 | it is said, "Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself," 48 1, 26 | becomes evident that our love for ourselves has not been 49 1, 27 | chap. 27. The order of love~ 50 1, 27 | loves what he ought not to love, nor fails to love what 51 1, 27 | not to love, nor fails to love what he ought to love, nor 52 1, 27 | to love what he ought to love, nor loves that more which 53 1, 27 | any man, each man ought to love God more than himself. Likewise 54 1, 27 | himself. Likewise we ought to love another man better than 55 1, 29 | endeavour that all men may love God~ 56 1, 29 | can with us enjoy God, we love partly those to whom we 57 1, 29 | in the fellowship of the love of God, the enjoyment of 58 1, 29 | of life, to whom all who love Him owe both their own existence 59 1, 29 | their own existence and the love they bear Him, concerning 60 1, 29 | Him, and who desires our love, not for any gain to Himself, 61 1, 29 | Himself, but that those who love Him may obtain an eternal 62 1, 29 | even Himself whom they love? And hence it is that we 63 1, 29 | And hence it is that we love even our enemies. For we 64 1, 29 | take away from us what we love; but we pity them rather, 65 1, 29 | separated from Him whom we love. For if they would turn 66 1, 29 | they must of necessity love Him as the supreme good, 67 1, 29 | as the supreme good, and love us too as partakers with 68 1, 30 | commandments is included the love of angels also. For that 69 1, 30 | that He who commanded us to love our neighbour made no exception, 70 1, 30 | rule even to our enemies? "Love your enemies, do good to 71 1, 30 | saying, namely, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. 72 1, 30 | thy neighbour as thyself. Love worketh no ill to his neighbour." 73 1, 30 | manifest that the command to love our neighbour embraces the 74 1, 30 | our nature, the command to love God is distinct from that 75 1, 30 | is distinct from that to love our neighbour. For He shows 76 1, 31 | enjoy only that which we love for its own sake, and that 77 1, 31 | frequently sets before us the love He has towards us. In what 78 1, 31 | In what way then does He love us? As objects of use or 79 1, 31 | discover in what way He can love us. ~ 80 1, 33 | For when the thing that we love is near us, it is a matter 81 1, 35 | end of Scripture is the love of God and our neighbour~ 82 1, 35 | all Holy Scripture, is the love of an object which is to 83 1, 35 | is to be enjoyed, and the love of an object which can enjoy 84 1, 35 | command that each man should love himself. The whole temporal 85 1, 35 | dispensation, not with such love and delight as if it were 86 1, 35 | the idea that we are to love the things by which we are 87 1, 36 | Scripture which builds us up in love is not perniciously deceptive 88 1, 36 | to build up this twofold love of God and our neighbour, 89 1, 36 | used for the building up of love, even though he does not 90 1, 36 | interpretation tends to build up love, which is the end of the 91 1, 37 | hardly tell how, that, out of love for his own opinion, he 92 1, 37 | And then, if faith totter, love itself will grow cold. For 93 1, 37 | necessarily also fall from love; for he cannot love what 94 1, 37 | from love; for he cannot love what he does not believe 95 1, 37 | attain the object of his love. And so these are the three 96 1, 37 | subservient: faith, hope, love. ~ 97 1, 38 | chap. 38. Love never faileth~ 98 1, 38 | to which we shall come: love, on the other hand, shall 99 1, 38 | these others fail. For if we love by faith that which as yet 100 1, 38 | how much more shall we love it when we begin to see! 101 1, 38 | begin to see! And if we love by hope that which as yet 102 1, 38 | how much more shall we love it when we reach it! For 103 1, 39 | mature in faith hope and love, needs Scripture no longer~ 104 1, 39 | resting upon faith, hope and love, and who keeps a firm hold 105 1, 39 | an edifice of faith and love has been built up in them, 106 1, 39 | other two graces will fail, love will remain greater and 107 1, 40 | while the apostle says "love," he adds "out of a pure 108 1, 40 | that which is worthy of love. And he joins with this " 109 1, 40 | what is unworthy of our love, and by living uprightly 110 2, 6 | yield the fruit of a twofold love, a love, that is, of God 111 2, 6 | fruit of a twofold love, a love, that is, of God and their 112 2, 6 | the twin commandments of love, and none among them barren 113 2, 7 | such a way that all our love for our neighbour, like 114 2, 7 | neighbour, like all our love for ourselves, should have 115 2, 7 | through being entangled in the love of this world i.e., of temporal 116 2, 7 | drawn far away from such a love for God and such a love 117 2, 7 | love for God and such a love for his neighbour as Scripture 118 2, 7 | himself diligently in the love of his neighbour; and when 119 2, 9 | of life, to wit, hope and love, of which I have spoken 120 2, 23 | public means of promoting love towards God and our neighbour, 121 2, 31 | we must guard against the love of wrangling, and the childish 122 2, 38 | redound to the praise and love of the one God from whom 123 2, 41 | being rooted and grounded in love, we may be able to comprehend 124 2, 41 | be able to know even "the love of Christ which passeth 125 3, arg | which does not promote the love of God and the love of man. 126 3, arg | the love of God and the love of man. The author then 127 3, 1 | piety, so as to have no love of strife; when furnished 128 3, 7 | command is that we should love and serve the One God, who 129 3, 10 | life has reference to the love of God and one's neighbour; 130 3, 10 | that he has attained to the love and knowledge of God and 131 3, 12 | ultimately upon the end of love towards God or our neighbour, 132 3, 14 | when it is referred to the love of God, destroys all vices; 133 3, 14 | destroys all vices; when to the love of one's neighbour, puts 134 3, 15 | its supremely just laws of love to God for His own sake, 135 3, 15 | God for His own sake, and love to one's self and one's 136 3, 15 | to establish the reign of love. Now, if when taken literally 137 3, 21 | attained it through spiritual love, he lost it through carnal 138 3, 26 | breastplate of faith and love." ~ 139 3, 33 | be to the brethren, and love with faith, from God the 140 4, 7 | not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in 141 4, 7 | the second, "because the love of God is shed abroad in 142 4, 7 | neglectful of brotherly love, he called aloud, saying: " 143 4, 11 | of good intellects not to love words, but the truth in 144 4, 14 | their hands; and my people love to have it so: and what 145 4, 14 | that God's people should love to have it so. God forbid, 146 4, 15 | every matter of faith and love there are many things that 147 4, 20 | with cheerfulness. Let love be without dissimulation. 148 4, 20 | to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one 149 4, 20 | no man anything, but to love one another." And a little 150 4, 20 | kindness, by the Holy Ghost, by love unfeigned, by the word of 151 4, 20 | together for good to them that love God, to them who are the 152 4, 20 | shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, 153 4, 20 | to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ 154 4, 21 | and thou art angry if he love another, though he is taught 155 4, 28 | effective; for not even love itself, which is the end 156 4, 28 | exercised unless the objects of love are true and not false.


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