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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| understanding. It is just as if they were anxious to see the new or 2 pref, 0| to him that his prayers were heard and his alms had in 3 pref, 0| soul into soul, and, as it were, mingling them one with 4 1, 1 | would undoubtedly be, if I were counting on my own strength; 5 1, 1 | The loaves in the miracle were only five and seven in number 6 1, 1 | wants of so many thousands were satisfied, they filled baskets 7 1, 1 | with the fragments that were left. Now, just as that 8 1, 4 | abuse. Suppose, then, we were wanderers in a strange country, 9 1, 14 | him through humility. We were ensnared by the wisdom of 10 1, 14 | the following are, as it were, bandages made in the same 11 1, 14 | by death to save us who were dead. And those who can 12 1, 15 | things for them while they were still in unbelief! And when 13 1, 22 | and to afford room, as it were, for the wish to enjoy some 14 1, 24 | their own body as if it were a natural enemy. And in 15 1, 24 | flesh, is working as it were to destroy the ill founded 16 1, 30 | be our duty to help if he were in need. Whence it follows, 17 1, 30 | thought it no sin, if a man were not a Christian or were 18 1, 30 | were not a Christian or were an enemy, to commit adultery 19 1, 33 | Paul crucified for you? Or were ye baptized in the name 20 1, 34 | Word, by whom all things were made, had been made flesh 21 1, 34 | Himself the way to those who were just setting out, determined 22 1, 34 | forgetting those things which were behind, and pressing on 23 1, 34 | towards those things which were before, had already passed 24 1, 34 | Spirit binds, and as it were seals us, so that we are 25 1, 35 | love and delight as if it were a good to rest in, but with 26 2, 2 | in the Holy Scriptures, were made known to us through 27 2, 3 | all these signs are as it were a kind of visible words. 28 2, 6 | aspect than if no such figure were drawn from the sacred books, 29 2, 7 | of pride as if our flesh were nailed to the tree. Next 30 2, 8 | likely opinion is that they were written by Jesus the son 31 2, 10 | point out the objects they were designed to point out, as 32 2, 11 | thought he had any knowledge, were it ever so little, of the 33 2, 12 | Scripture, if only readers were not careless. For the examination 34 2, 13 | often set up our neck, if it were not held down by the yoke 35 2, 15 | confidence assert, they were separated during the work 36 2, 15 | books which the Jewish race were unwilling, either from religious 37 2, 15 | known to other nations, were, with the assistance of 38 2, 15 | nations which in the future were to believe in the Lord. 39 2, 15 | of those who, though they were seventy in number, are said 40 2, 16 | Christian faith should, as it were, be destroyed in us, if 41 2, 16 | fifty-three fishes which were taken after the resurrection 42 2, 16 | our Lord, when the nets were cast out on the right-hand 43 2, 17 | the state, and that all were bought to be dedicated in 44 2, 18 | him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain 45 2, 20 | kicking of a stone, as if it were a divider of friends, does 46 2, 21 | of superstition those who were called genethliaci, on account 47 2, 21 | now bear. But as the men were dead whose memory people 48 2, 21 | dead whose memory people were either compelled by royal 49 2, 21 | names upon the stars they were raising the dead men themselves 50 2, 21 | these terms: "For if they were able to know so much that 51 2, 22 | told that Esau and Jacob were born twins, and in such 52 2, 22 | the same class as if they were leagues and covenants with 53 2, 23 | friendship. Not as if the idol were anything," says the apostle; " 54 2, 24 | the mind which is, as it were, the common language, but 55 2, 24 | they had meaning that they were attended to, but it was 56 2, 24 | them as signs because they were already significant, but 57 2, 25 | the actors make in dancing were of force by nature, and 58 2, 25 | kind. Now these, if they were not devices of men, would 59 2, 28 | God, by whom all things were made, condescended to put 60 2, 38 | they have fixed laws which were not made by man, but which 61 2, 39 | interpreting separately such as were left in Scripture without 62 2, 39 | matters, if any competent man were willing in a spirit of benevolence 63 2, 40 | things which they themselves, were not making a good use of; 64 2, 40 | if it had suspected they were about to turn them to the 65 2, 40 | the people of God as they were going out of Egypt, not 66 2, 41 | type and shadow, when they were ordered to mark their door-posts 67 2, 41 | Father, by whom all things, were made, "that we may be filled 68 3, 2 | with Christ]. And, as if he were asked why he has a desire 69 3, 3 | say then?" what follows were given as the answer to this 70 3, 5 | figuratively is taken as if it were said literally, it is understood 71 3, 5 | figurative words as if they were proper, and does not carry 72 3, 6 | because, though the former were in bondage to temporal things, 73 3, 6 | themselves to such a bondage they were doing the pleasure of the 74 3, 6 | to these signs as it they were realities, could not believe 75 3, 6 | adore the One Eternal God,) were filled with such a measure 76 3, 6 | which the old temple they were serving was but the earthly 77 3, 7 | it out that their idols were only signs, yet still they 78 3, 8 | to useful signs, and who were (so to speak) near to it, 79 3, 8 | the signs to which they were in bondage, set them free 80 3, 8 | realities of which these were signs. And out of such were 81 3, 8 | were signs. And out of such were formed the churches of the 82 3, 8 | themselves, so that the gentiles were turned from the corruption 83 3, 10 | form of speech as if it were literal, we must also pay 84 3, 10 | form of speech as if it were figurative. In the first 85 3, 11 | secondary reference, as if it were spoken figuratively. Take, 86 3, 12 | that when our Lord's feet were anointed by the woman with 87 3, 12 | saints of ancient times were, under the form of an earthly 88 3, 14 | variety of customs, some who were half asleep (as I may say) 89 3, 14 | I may say) that is, who were neither sunk in the deep 90 3, 14 | deep sleep of folly, nor were able to awake into the light 91 3, 18 | the very Scriptures which were intended to overthrow it. 92 3, 18 | because of their incontinence, were less near to God than those 93 3, 20 | the apostles of our faith were neither puffed up when they 94 3, 20 | neither puffed up when they were honoured by men, nor cast 95 3, 20 | nor cast down when they were despised. And certainly 96 3, 20 | those great men. For they were both cried up by the loud 97 3, 20 | as occasion served, and were not corrupted; and in the 98 3, 20 | of their own times, and were not in bondage to lust as 99 3, 20 | their wives and concubines were solicited and debauched. ~ 100 3, 21 | should not be slain if he were conquered in battle, that 101 3, 22 | life. For many things which were done as duties at that time, 102 3, 23 | For the sins of these men were recorded to this end, that 103 3, 30 | rules, which are, as it were, keys to open the secrets 104 3, 30 | appear as if, when they were thoroughly known and duly 105 3, 30 | book of rules, and, as it were, to make keys for, and put 106 3, 32 | body, He speaks as if there were no change in the subject 107 3, 33 | Tichonius to clear up this point were good, but not complete. 108 3, 33 | works, he said that works were given us by God as the reward 109 3, 34 | among the heathen, and they were dispersed through the countries: 110 3, 34 | the other nations which were promised to their fathers 111 3, 34 | of all the nations which were promised to the fathers 112 3, 34 | apprehension of Scripture, as if we were enemies, but that he deals 113 3, 34 | purpose, the same as if it were already given; just as the 114 3, 34 | whom it was to be given were not yet in existence; because 115 3, 34 | it is the same as if it were itself given, when it is 116 3, 36 | after all these other things were done that man was put in 117 3, 36 | there that the other things were done, as the previous statement 118 3, 36 | their nations; and by these were the nations divided in the 119 3, 36 | the time when the nations were scattered over the earth 120 3, 36 | language in common, the nations were divided into a multitude 121 3, 36 | was after this that they were scattered over the earth 122 4, 1 | by anticipation those who were likely to take exception 123 4, 3 | eloquence at the time when they were speaking, whether they had 124 4, 5 | of eloquence, though they were ignorant of the true, that 125 4, 6 | themselves; as if wisdom were walking out of its house, 126 4, 7 | which is given unto us"? Now were any man unlearnedly learned ( 127 4, 7 | after the Lord, but as it were foolishly, in this confidence 128 4, 7 | after the Lord, but as it were foolishly, in this confidence 129 4, 7 | costliest ointment: and they were not grieved for the affliction 130 4, 7 | of Samaria, where idols were worshipped: "Pass ye unto 131 4, 7 | follows all these: "and they were not grieved for the affliction 132 4, 7 | hold the words, "and they were not grieved," suspended 133 4, 7 | beauty not to say, "and they were not grieved for the affliction 134 4, 18 | him pleasure, occupy as it were a middle place between the 135 4, 18 | secular affairs (and what were these but matters of money?), 136 4, 18 | Of course, if we were giving men advice as to 137 4, 20 | to Abraham and his seed were the promises made. He saith 138 4, 20 | thereof." Now if the passage were translated thus, "et carnis 139 4, 20 | utterances. Now our prophets were so far from being deficient 140 4, 23 | comparison and may as it were shine out with greater brilliance 141 4, 24 | applause showed that they were instructed and delighted, 142 4, 24 | but the tears that they were subdued. And when I saw 143 4, 24 | to teach them what they were ignorant of, or to persuade 144 4, 24 | knew they ought to do but were unwilling to do. To break 145 4, 24 | believe a truth which they were previously ignorant of. ~ 146 4, 27 | course in their lives, but were prevented by the seat they 147 4, 28 | object than if his body too were deformed, so men who teach


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