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125 same
122 shall
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St. Augustine
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    Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| not being able to read himself, is said to have committed 2 pref, 0| that he need not consider himself a Christian, or may at least 3 pref, 0| communicate what he has himself received without arrogance 4 pref, 0| fact that the Apostle Paul himself, although stricken down 5 pref, 0| sense of originating with himself, but is the gift of God. 6 pref, 0| interpreter, why does he himself undertake to interpret for 7 pref, 0| others what he has learnt himself. Just so, the man who explains 8 1, arg | ascended into heaven, taking to Himself as his bride the Church, 9 1, 5 | Spirit, and each of these by Himself, is God, and at the same 10 1, 5 | God; and each of them by Himself is a complete substance, 11 1, 11 | Wisdom condescended to adapt Himself to our weakness, and to 12 1, 11 | thus, though Wisdom was Himself our home, He made Himself 13 1, 11 | Himself our home, He made Himself also the way by which we 14 1, 12 | He condescended to make Himself manifest to the outward 15 1, 14 | healing man has applied Himself to his cure, being Himself 16 1, 14 | Himself to his cure, being Himself healer and medicine both 17 1, 16 | world, He may take it to Himself as His bride, without spot 18 1, 17 | who was willing to lay Himself down as the way by which 19 1, 22 | ought any one to have joy in himself, if you look at the matter 20 1, 22 | no one ought to love even himself for his own sake, but for 21 1, 22 | that. If, however, he loves himself for his own sake, he does 22 1, 22 | sake, he does not look at himself in relation to God, but 23 1, 22 | but turns his mind in upon himself, and so is not occupied 24 1, 22 | And thus he does not enjoy himself at his best, because he 25 1, 22 | from that to enjoy even himself. Wherefore if you ought 26 1, 22 | loving his neighbour as himself, a man turns the whole current 27 1, 22 | current of his love both for himself and his neighbour into the 28 1, 23 | needs no injunction to love himself and his own body~ 29 1, 23 | still continues to love himself, and to love his own body. 30 1, 24 | No man, then, hates himself. On this point, indeed, 31 1, 25 | what measure he may love himself so as to be of service to 32 1, 25 | so as to be of service to himself. For that he does love himself, 33 1, 25 | himself. For that he does love himself, and does desire to do good 34 1, 25 | does desire to do good to himself, nobody but a fool would 35 1, 25 | loves money, buys bread for himself, that is, he gives away 36 1, 26 | that every man should love himself and his own body, seeing, 37 1, 27 | ought to love God more than himself. Likewise we ought to love 38 1, 29 | love, not for any gain to Himself, but that those who love 39 1, 29 | an eternal reward, even Himself whom they love? And hence 40 1, 30 | is shown both by our Lord Himself in the Gospel, and by the 41 1, 30 | truth of this when he was himself interrogated in turn. To 42 1, 30 | on this ground even God Himself, our Lord, desired to be 43 1, 30 | Lord Jesus Christ points to Himself under the figure of the 44 1, 30 | that we may fully enjoy Himself; we pity one another that 45 1, 31 | good we enjoy is either Himself, or what comes from Himself. 46 1, 31 | Himself, or what comes from Himself. And no one can be ignorant 47 1, 33 | Master, and under whom he himself is a fellow-servant. ~ 48 1, 34 | that even when He who is Himself the Truth and the Word, 49 1, 34 | journey, but also to be Himself the way to those who were 50 1, 34 | when not even our Lord Himself, so far as He has condescended 51 1, 34 | struggle to attain unto Himself, who has freed our nature 52 1, 35 | that each man should love himself. The whole temporal dispensation 53 1, 37 | Scripture than he is with himself. And if he should once permit 54 2, 4 | snatch the chief place for himself. And that celebrated tower 55 2, 7 | Holy Scriptures exercises himself, to find nothing else in 56 2, 7 | frame of mind he extricates himself from every form of fatal 57 2, 7 | this stage he exercises himself diligently in the love of 58 2, 7 | truth, and therefore not himself, because not him whom he 59 2, 7 | not him whom he loves as himself. Accordingly, that holy 60 2, 13 | sanctificatio mea" (But upon himself shall my holiness flourish 61 2, 15 | each man being in a cell by himself, and yet nothing was found 62 2, 16 | and Elijah, and our Lord Himself, all fasted for forty days. 63 2, 16 | Elijah, and by our Lord Himself, who, as if receiving the 64 2, 25 | man's own and derived from himself than, anything that is false 65 2, 28 | For not even Pythagoras himself, from whose successors these 66 2, 32 | order of events does not himself create that order; and as 67 2, 32 | point out anything that he himself or any other man has ordained; 68 2, 32 | most true; but he does not himself make it so, he only points 69 2, 38 | to be inclined to boast himself one of the learned, and 70 2, 40 | Christian, when he separates himself in spirit from the miserable 71 2, 41 | us than the call which He himself addresses to those whom 72 3, 9 | understand, but our Lord Himself, and apostolic practice, 73 3, 10 | another which he does not himself possess. Now in proportion 74 3, 14 | dwelling of God, that is, himself. And no one wishes an injury 75 3, 14 | done him by another; he himself, therefore, ought not to 76 3, 17 | life of celibacy and made himself a eunuch for the kingdom 77 3, 21 | was sick, yet he comforted himself after his death. ~ 78 3, 21 | the murder of the poor man himself who had the one ewe-lamb, 79 3, 21 | he was forced to punish himself for transgressing in regard 80 3, 23 | him not to dare to vaunt himself in his own good deeds, and 81 3, 30 | who, although a Donatist himself, has written most triumphantly 82 3, 30 | Donatists (and herein showed himself of a most inconsistent disposition, 83 3, 30 | of seven, that the author himself explains many obscure passages 84 3, 30 | The author himself, however, when commending 85 3, 34 | afterwards, as if repeating himself, "And ye shall dwell in 86 3, 34 | in its own time, and he himself speaks of it as now made 87 3, 37 | so evident in regard to himself as in regard to his body; 88 3, 37 | fitly apply to the head himself. For, although the devil 89 3, 37 | yet it is his body, not himself, that is ground down on 90 3, 37 | the earth, except that he himself is in his body, which is 91 4, arg | exhorts the Christian teacher himself, pointing out the dignity 92 4, 3 | in addition he practice himself in writing, or dictating, 93 4, 4 | has found them so, or has himself made them so, the remaining 94 4, 5 | words of Scripture; and he himself, though small and weak in 95 4, 5 | listen to, and exercise himself in imitating, eloquent men, 96 4, 7 | being compelled to speak of himself though he ascribes this 97 4, 7 | ascribes this as folly to himself how wisely and how eloquently 98 4, 7 | take of you, if a man exalt himself, if a man smite you on the 99 4, 7 | take of you, if a man exalt himself." Next three clauses (membra): 100 4, 7 | after this outburst he rests himself, and gives the hearer rest, 101 4, 7 | tell any one who does not himself feel it. ~ 102 4, 12 | said be intelligible to himself, it is not said at all to 103 4, 14 | pieces." For to this God Himself has by the same prophet 104 4, 15 | so he ought to pray for himself, and for those he is about 105 4, 15 | to pour forth, and to be himself filled with what he is about 106 4, 16 | apostle in any way contradict himself, when, though he says that 107 4, 16 | the Holy Spirit, he yet himself gives them directions how 108 4, 16 | him ready to learn from Himself, that God who is thus addressed 109 4, 16 | apostle says to Timothy himself, speaking, of course, as 110 4, 17 | master of Roman eloquence himself seems to have intended that 111 4, 18 | directions, as laid down by himself, in regard to legal questions: 112 4, 19 | anything greater than God Himself? Is nothing, then, to be 113 4, 19 | to praise God, either in Himself, or in His works, what a 114 4, 20 | then was the law given? he himself anticipates this objection 115 4, 20 | objection occurs which he himself has stated: "Is the law 116 4, 21 | reader may easily satisfy himself. ~ 117 4, 21 | pursues the subject, devoting himself chiefly to proving and enforcing 118 4, 27 | he "is unprofitable to himself." Wherefore, also, the apostle 119 4, 27 | any man, but of the Lord Himself, who says, "All therefore 120 4, 27 | doctrine. Wherefore our Lord Himself, before saying what I have 121 4, 27 | man who does not listen to himself, and in despising the preacher 122 4, 29 | a more eloquent man than himself~ 123 4, 29 | only secure a reward for himself, but afford an example to 124 4, 29 | place, the former draws from himself what does not belong to 125 4, 29 | another what really belongs to himself. But when true believers


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