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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| lay down here, will cry out that such rules are not 2 pref, 0| star, and I should point it out with my finger: if they 3 pref, 0| move my finger to point out an object, it is out of 4 pref, 0| point out an object, it is out of my power to open men' 5 pref, 0| whether in the body or out of the body," as the apostle 6 1, 1 | that, if difficult to carry out, it is, I fear, presumptuous 7 1, 14 | And those who can follow out the matter more fully, who 8 1, 14 | the necessity of carrying out a set undertaking, will 9 1, 15 | we may do what He points out as right to be done, not 10 1, 23 | incorruptibility of the body spring out of the health of the soul. 11 1, 24 | the body itself to root out those lusts that are hurtful 12 1, 24 | real peace which springs out of a good habit. Nevertheless, 13 1, 34 | those who were just setting out, determined to take a fleshly 14 1, 36 | Whoever takes another meaning out of Scripture than the writer 15 1, 37 | can hardly tell how, that, out of love for his own opinion, 16 1, 40 | commandment is charity, out of a pure heart, and of 17 1, 40 | apostle says "love," he adds "out of a pure heart," to provide 18 2, arg | practices, the author points out how all that is sound and 19 2, 3 | ointment which was poured out upon His feet; and in the 20 2, 5 | nothing more than to find out the thought and will of 21 2, 5 | and through these to find out the will of God, in accordance 22 2, 6 | For almost nothing is dug out of those obscure passages 23 2, 10 | when they are used to point out the objects they were designed 24 2, 10 | they were designed to point out, as we say bos when we mean 25 2, 10 | muzzle the ox that treadeth out the corn." ~ 26 2, 11 | the Latin translators are out of all number. For in the 27 2, 13 | that he can get the words out, to pardon his sins. What 28 2, 15 | unanimous agreement sprang out of the common labour and 29 2, 16 | anointed with clay made out of spittle was commanded 30 2, 16 | insignificant plant, cannot make out why it is said, Purge me 31 2, 16 | inquire in the same way, how out of the number forty springs 32 2, 16 | when the nets were cast out on the right-hand side of 33 2, 16 | ignorance of numbers often shuts out the reader from this instruction. ~ 34 2, 16 | question which it is not out of place for learned men 35 2, 20 | the threshold when you go out in front of the house; to 36 2, 21 | may sometimes even find it out, yet in so far as they attempt 37 2, 21 | in such cases was carried out. For example, we have changed 38 2, 21 | they not more easily find out the Lord thereof?" ~ 39 2, 22 | twins, one follows the other out of the womb so closely that 40 2, 23 | are made known, and turn out just as they are foretold; 41 2, 23 | observances, many things turn out agreeably to their observances, 42 2, 23 | but rebuked and cast it out, and so made the woman clean. ~ 43 2, 23 | superstition, springing out of a baleful fellowship 44 2, 25 | been cut away and rooted out of the mind of the Christian, 45 2, 27 | perceive when they are pointed out to us, or infer from experience. ~ 46 2, 28 | together we can make it out, yet that no shadow of doubt 47 2, 29 | tell, when he has found out her age today, what her 48 2, 31 | conclusions, by following out to its logical consequences 49 2, 32 | man; and as he who points out the stars and their movements 50 2, 32 | movements does not point out anything that he himself 51 2, 32 | make it so, he only points out that it is so. And it is 52 2, 32 | by man, but only pointed out by him. And this rule has 53 2, 36 | aversion. And men rather found out that these things are so, 54 2, 39 | notion of have been worked out and committed to writing 55 2, 39 | the careless, or are kept out of sight by the envious. 56 2, 40 | the same people when going out of Egypt appropriated to 57 2, 40 | every one of us, when going out under the leadership of 58 2, 40 | create themselves, but dug out of the mines of God's providence 59 2, 40 | was loaded when he came out of Egypt? How much Lactantius 60 2, 40 | living men! How much Greeks out of number have borrowed! 61 2, 40 | of God as they were going out of Egypt, not knowing how 62 2, 41 | riches he brings with him out of Egypt, yet unless he 63 2, 41 | vainly of the riches brought out from Egypt. "Purge me with 64 2, 42 | Israel brought with them out of Egypt was in comparison 65 2, 42 | instruction here pointed out, so that unknown signs have 66 3, 1 | methods I am going to point out as childish), but yet, as 67 3, 2 | see which interpretation, out of many that offer themselves, 68 3, 2 | beginning with God), arises out of unwillingness to confess 69 3, 3 | Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?" whether with 70 3, 3 | affirmative answer, so that "out of Nazareth" is the only 71 3, 3 | again, an ambiguity arising out of the doubtful sound of 72 3, 5 | proper, and does not carry out what is indicated by a proper 73 3, 5 | nothing but the one day out of seven which recurs in 74 3, 7 | them endeavoured to make it out that their idols were only 75 3, 7 | waters besides that spring out of fountains? As it is described 76 3, 8 | which these were signs. And out of such were formed the 77 3, 8 | brought to nothing and cleared out of the way all these signs 78 3, 10 | must show the way to find out whether a phrase is literal 79 3, 10 | and to overcome and root out lust. ~ 80 3, 11 | over the kingdoms, to root out, and to pull down, and to 81 3, 12 | contain is to be picked out as food for the nourishment 82 3, 21 | denounced against him, he wiped out his sin in deep penitence. 83 3, 23 | able to see and to trace out in them a figure of things 84 3, 24 | exercise of piety. Now we find out whether an expression is 85 3, 25 | hereof is not yet wrung out." The following is an example 86 3, 25 | Spirit, as for example, "Out of his belly shall flow 87 3, 28 | application of testimonies sought out in every portion of the 88 3, 34 | heathen, and gather you out of all countries, and will 89 3, 34 | take away the stony heart out of your flesh and I will 90 3, 34 | take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will 91 3, 34 | prophet intended to point out as distinguished from the 92 3, 34 | spot or wrinkle, gathered out of all nations, and destined 93 3, 35 | whole day, we cannot make out the three days and three 94 3, 36 | whom He had formed. And out of the ground made the Lord 95 3, 36 | garden was planted: that out of the ground God made to 96 3, 36 | The same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire 97 3, 37 | those who are manifestly out of the way, but of those 98 3, 37 | The Lord giveth wisdom: out of His mouth comets knowledge 99 4, arg | eloquence with wisdom. He points out that perspicuity is the 100 4, arg | teacher himself, pointing out the dignity and responsibility 101 4, 3 | rules of eloquence carried out which the speakers did not 102 4, 4 | objects are to be carried out in whatever way the case 103 4, 6 | not so much to be sought out by the speaker as spontaneously 104 4, 6 | as if wisdom were walking out of its house, that is, the 105 4, 7 | here that patience arises out of tribulation, experience 106 4, 7 | tribulation, experience out of patience, and hope out 107 4, 7 | out of patience, and hope out of experience. Another ornament, 108 4, 7 | false apostles who had gone out from the Jews, and had been 109 4, 7 | matter further, or to point out the same facts in regard 110 4, 7 | apostle's writings, to point out figures of speech which 111 4, 7 | the flock, and the calves out of the midst of the herd; 112 4, 7 | the flock, and the calves out of the midst of the herd." 113 4, 7 | from the flock, and calves out of the herd." If he had 114 4, 7 | the flock, and the calves out of the midst of the herd." 115 4, 7 | proper name of him who stands out illustrious from among his 116 4, 8 | converted to piety or shut out from a knowledge of the 117 4, 12 | and rejoice when you point out an object for joy; if he 118 4, 12 | truth is clearly pointed out (and this is the true function 119 4, 16 | word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, 120 4, 18 | tongue of fire springs up out of that cold water which 121 4, 19 | we in this case to seek out ornaments instead of proofs? 122 4, 19 | then we ought to speak out with power and impressiveness, 123 4, 20 | remove. And besides, when out of one question other questions 124 4, 20 | other questions arise, and out of these again still others; 125 4, 20 | question from which he set out. It is, however, exceedingly 126 4, 20 | it is not so much decked out with verbal ornaments as 127 4, 20 | with a weapon that he digs out of the ground. The apostle 128 4, 20 | possible, ye would have plucked out your own eyes, and have 129 4, 21 | hand, there rose up fire out of the rock and consumed 130 4, 21 | the angel, then, stretched out his staff and touched the 131 4, 21 | the rock, and fire rose out of it, this was a sign that 132 4, 21 | voice of the apostle: 'Purge out the old leaven, that ye 133 4, 23 | and may as it were shine out with greater brilliance 134 4, 24 | I could command to root out and drive from their hearts 135 4, 25 | the good end which we hold out before him. ~ 136 4, 26 | upon them; when it worms out and brings to light some


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