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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| objections, yet at least they will not prevail with others ( 2 pref, 0| laid down. Others, again, will think that I have spent 3 pref, 0| from this work themselves, will give it as their opinion 4 pref, 0| propose to lay down here, will cry out that such rules 5 pref, 0| the books which he reads, will not need an interpreter 6 pref, 0| up certain indications, will arrive at the hidden sense 7 pref, 0| absurdity. And so although it will sufficiently appear in the 8 1, 1 | do not fear but that He will go on to supply what is 9 1, 1 | him shall be given." I He will give, then, to those who 10 1, 1 | what they have received, He will add to and perfect His gifts. 11 1, 1 | to undertaking this work will, as soon as I begin to impart 12 1, 2 | used as signs also, that will not interfere with the division 13 1, 5 | easy to find a name that will suitably express so great 14 1, 8 | subject to change. This will be evident, if we consider 15 1, 14 | carrying out a set undertaking, will find many other points of 16 1, 15 | conceive, the reward He will bestow at the last, when 17 1, 23 | obedient to it while itself will not obey its own superior; 18 1, 24 | wholly subject to the spirit, will live in perfect peace to 19 1, 26 | up of soul and body), you will find that none of the classes 20 1, 29 | one who comes to know Him will be disappointed in Him, 21 1, 31 | from us, and no sane man will say that; for all the good 22 1, 35 | comparison can be found that will more suitably express the 23 1, 37 | that evil to creep in, it will utterly destroy him. "For 24 1, 37 | not by sight." Now faith will totter if the authority 25 1, 37 | faith totter, love itself will grow cold. For if a man 26 1, 38 | his way to possess it, he will find it, when it comes into 27 1, 39 | while the other two graces will fail, love will remain greater 28 1, 39 | two graces will fail, love will remain greater and more 29 2, 1 | mind, independently of his will: and in the same way every 30 2, 1 | altogether pass it over. It will be enough to have noticed 31 2, 3 | convey through the eyes the will of the commanders. And all 32 2, 3 | and blood He signified His will through the sense of taste; 33 2, 5 | terrible diseases of the human will, being at first set forth 34 2, 5 | find out the thought and will of those by whom it was 35 2, 5 | through these to find out the will of God, in accordance with 36 2, 7 | seek the knowledge of His will, what He commands us to 37 2, 7 | to avoid. Now this fear will of necessity excite in us 38 2, 7 | Accordingly, that holy man will be so single and so pure 39 2, 7 | so pure in heart, that he will not step aside from the 40 2, 8 | the sacred writings, then, will be he who in the first place 41 2, 8 | called canonical. For he will read the others with greater 42 2, 8 | the truth, so that they will not take first possession 43 2, 8 | canonical Scriptures he will judge according to the following 44 2, 8 | not received by all, he will prefer such as have the 45 2, 9 | pious disposition seek the will of God. And in pursuing 46 2, 12 | same prophet Isaiah: "If ye will not believe, ye shall not 47 2, 12 | another has translated: "If ye will not believe, ye shall not 48 2, 12 | reasons one says, "If ye will not believe, ye shall not 49 2, 12 | but the other, "If ye will not believe, ye shall not 50 2, 12 | plantings of an adulterer will not take deep root," is 51 2, 16 | that to protect its head it will present its whole body to 52 2, 25 | these movements mean, he will give his whole attention 53 2, 28 | history with the gospel. It will still be evident, however, 54 2, 29 | this herb and drink it, it will remove the pain from your 55 2, 29 | herb round your neck, it will remove the pain from your 56 2, 29 | number of years ago, or what will be her age any number of 57 2, 31 | the dead rise not, there will be a resurrection of the 58 2, 41 | charity edifieth." For so he will feel that, whatever may 59 2, 41 | and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke 60 2, 42 | of useful elsewhere, he will find there in much greater 61 3, 1 | Scripture for a knowledge of His will. And when he has become 62 3, 3 | applied with success, they will remain doubtful, but so 63 3, 3 | but so that the reader will not be in fault in whatever 64 3, 3 | example, if our faith that God will not bring any charges against 65 3, 3 | His elect, and that Christ will not condemn His elect, did 66 3, 3 | believe this, the passage will be pronounced in such a 67 3, 3 | No" or "Yes." The passage will be pronounced, then, in 68 3, 3 | God's elect?" what follows will be put as an interrogative: " 69 3, 4 | to the original tongue, will suffice to explain. ~ 70 3, 7 | the worship of these, you will not be anything the more 71 3, 10 | frequently happens that a man will think nothing blameable 72 3, 11 | righteous judgment of God; who will render to every man according 73 3, 12 | or gluttony, while a fool will crave for the vilest food 74 3, 15 | rule such as the following will be observed, to carefully 75 3, 17 | understanding the Scriptures will be as follows, to recognize 76 3, 18 | habit of life. For no one will do this except lust has 77 3, 19 | appear prosperous or adverse, will carry them into the whirlpool 78 3, 25 | in which it is expressed will be found to be drawn either 79 3, 32 | the body of Christ which will not be with Him in eternity. 80 3, 32 | good part of the Church, "I will bring the blind by a way 81 3, 32 | way that they knew not; I will lead them in paths that 82 3, 32 | that they have not known; I will make darkness light before 83 3, 32 | things straight: these things will I do unto them, and not 84 3, 32 | subject of the sentence. They will not, however, always he 85 3, 34 | prophet begins to say, "And I will sanctify my great name, 86 3, 34 | before their eyes. For I will take you from among the 87 3, 34 | out of all countries, and will bring you into your own 88 3, 34 | into your own land. Then will I sprinkle clean water upon 89 3, 34 | and from all your idols, will I cleanse you. A new heart 90 3, 34 | cleanse you. A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit 91 3, 34 | give you, and a new spirit will I put within you; and I 92 3, 34 | I put within you; and I will take away the stony heart 93 3, 34 | out of your flesh and I will give you a heart of flesh. 94 3, 34 | a heart of flesh. And I will put my Spirit within you, 95 3, 34 | shall be my people, and I will be your God. I will also 96 3, 34 | and I will be your God. I will also save you from all your 97 3, 34 | says, "A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit 98 3, 34 | give you, and a new spirit will I put within you; and I 99 3, 34 | I put within you; and I will take away the stony heart 100 3, 34 | out of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh." 101 3, 34 | take this saying "And I will bring you into your own 102 3, 34 | age to come, when there will be a new heaven and a new 103 3, 34 | theirs, no part of which will belong to the unrighteous; 104 3, 36 | the revelation of the Lord will be thought the time for 105 3, 36 | recapitulation, in which he will be assisted by that other 106 4, 2 | truth or falsehood, who will dare to say that truth in 107 4, 3 | reading which a man of ability will acquire a tinge of the eloquence 108 4, 3 | any of the faults, they will, from being accustomed to 109 4, 5 | eloquence also (and assuredly he will prove of greater service 110 4, 7 | glory after the flesh, I will glory also. For ye suffer 111 4, 7 | If I must needs glory, I will glory of the things which 112 4, 7 | glory after the flesh, I will glory also." And the fifth 113 4, 7 | If I must needs glory, I will glory of the things which 114 4, 7 | But an intelligent reader will not be so much instructed 115 4, 8 | of speech that either he will be very dull who does not 116 4, 8 | quickly understood, the reason will lie not in their manner 117 4, 10 | about teaching that they will employ a word which cannot 118 4, 10 | therefore, who teaches will avoid all words that do 119 4, 10 | pure and intelligible, he will take these by preference; 120 4, 10 | the time occur to him, he will use words that are not quite 121 4, 10 | nay, both these classes will derive pleasure even from 122 4, 12 | persuade his hearer as well, he will not accomplish that end 123 4, 12 | knowledge of their duty will have such an effect that 124 4, 12 | such an effect that there will be no need to move them 125 4, 12 | give his consent. And what will be the use of gaining the 126 4, 13 | mind so as to subdue the will. For if a man be not moved 127 4, 14 | to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?" 128 4, 14 | spoken of when it is said, "I will praise Thee among much people," 129 4, 15 | so far as he succeeds, he will succeed more by piety in 130 4, 16 | psalm: "Teach me to do Thy will; for Thou art my God." And 131 4, 20 | up at a time when no one will be present to answer it, 132 4, 20 | altering their arrangement), he will learn that these divinely-inspired 133 4, 20 | consider of importance; and he will find in them many kinds 134 4, 21 | satisfied with food such as will support life, but not minister 135 4, 25 | persuade, an eloquent man will speak persuasively, whatever 136 4, 26 | to be believed? But who will listen to him if he do not 137 4, 26 | understand what is said? And who will stay to listen if he receives 138 4, 27 | harmony with his teaching will teach with greater effect~ 139 4, 27 | the life of the speaker will count for more in securing 140 4, 29 | themselves who say, for in will and in deed they deny what 141 4, 30 | or to dictate what others will deliver or read to the people, 142 4, 31 | who finds pleasure in it will not think it long. He who


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