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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| subject. But before I enter upon this undertaking, I think 2 1, 1 | fear, presumptuous to enter upon. And presumptuous it would 3 1, 4 | temporary we may lay hold upon that which is spiritual 4 1, 8 | quickened; and who look upon the life as incomparably 5 1, 10 | perceived. And let us look upon this purification as a kind 6 1, 11 | He came to us was looked upon as weak. But "the foolishness 7 1, 22 | affections are entirely fixed upon that. If, however, he loves 8 1, 22 | God, but turns his mind in upon himself, and so is not occupied 9 1, 22 | his mind is fully fixed upon, and his affections wrapped 10 1, 22 | your whole intelligence upon Him from whom you derive 11 1, 22 | neighbour aright, ought to urge upon him that he too should love 12 1, 24 | perverse spirit, make war upon their own body as if it 13 1, 24 | and which has grown in upon it by a law of nature till 14 1, 26 | necessary to lay injunctions upon us in regard to God above 15 1, 28 | relationship a greater claim upon you than the other, you 16 1, 29 | helped by us, partly those upon whom we confer no advantage 17 1, 30 | except him who took pity upon him and came forward to 18 1, 32 | goodness. When we take pity upon a man and care for him, 19 1, 33 | one another, we stop short upon the road, and place our 20 1, 33 | the hope of others fixed upon them. But, on the contrary, 21 1, 33 | fixed his hope of happiness upon him, although even in the 22 1, 35 | been said since we entered upon the discussion about things, 23 1, 35 | truth and be able to act upon it; and we ought to use 24 1, 36 | puts such an interpretation upon them as does not tend to 25 1, 36 | though he does not happen upon the precise meaning which 26 1, 36 | ignorant man is practiced upon, it is quite clear that 27 1, 37 | that the meaning he had put upon the former passage cannot 28 1, 38 | the value any man may set upon it when he is on his way 29 1, 39 | thus a man who is resting upon faith, hope and love, and 30 1, 39 | and who keeps a firm hold upon these, does not need the 31 1, 40 | unfeigned," and is bent upon making all his understanding 32 1, 40 | understanding of Scripture to bear upon these three graces, he may 33 2, 3 | ointment which was poured out upon His feet; and in the sacrament 34 2, 3 | which I have briefly touched upon, but I could by no effort 35 2, 4 | away as soon as they strike upon the air, and last no longer 36 2, 6 | some places they cannot hit upon even a fair interpretation. 37 2, 7 | his power, he has gazed upon this object shining from 38 2, 8 | two sides is to be looked upon as equal. ~ 39 2, 9 | expressions to throw light upon the more obscure, and use 40 2, 11 | happened to get his hands upon a Greek manuscript, and 41 2, 11 | two languages, ventured upon the work of translation. ~ 42 2, 12 | texts has often thrown light upon some of the more obscure 43 2, 12 | faith feeds us as babes, upon milk, in the cradles of 44 2, 12 | original language, and puts upon the passage a construction 45 2, 12 | calves;" because these walk upon the ground with their feet, 46 2, 13 | sanctificatio mea" (But upon himself shall my holiness 47 2, 13 | utterly false construction upon it. For not only is such 48 2, 16 | how much light it throws upon the meaning of our Lord' 49 2, 16 | the serpent throws light upon many metaphors which Scripture 50 2, 16 | in the dark, throws light upon many of the dark places 51 2, 16 | knowledge of and reflection upon the number, the difficulty 52 2, 18 | trumpery because we enter upon an investigation about harps 53 2, 18 | may help us to lay hold upon spiritual things. For we 54 2, 20 | superstitious as to venture upon striking a dog who has run 55 2, 20 | following rules: To tread upon the threshold when you go 56 2, 21 | that in putting their names upon the stars they were raising 57 2, 22 | laid hold with his hand upon the heel of his brother, 58 2, 22 | being arbitrarily fixed upon by the presumption of men, 59 2, 24 | those spirits which are bent upon deceiving, take care to 60 2, 24 | further, men did not agree upon them as signs because they 61 2, 24 | because men have agreed upon them; in the same way also, 62 2, 25 | they have mutually agreed upon them. ~ 63 2, 28 | And thus, when we reflect upon the dates, it becomes much 64 2, 32 | that it is so. And it is upon this rule that the reasoning 65 2, 39 | not to venture heedlessly upon the pursuit of the branches 66 2, 41 | have indicated, shall enter upon his investigations, let 67 2, 41 | him constantly meditate upon that saying of the apostle' 68 2, 41 | give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for 69 3, 9 | as soon as any one looks upon these observances he knows 70 3, 10 | authority of the word has a hold upon their minds, they think 71 3, 11 | tribulation and anguish, upon every soul of man that does 72 3, 12 | interpret as bearing ultimately upon the end of love towards 73 3, 14 | by authority, they look upon them as sins, and do not 74 3, 15 | in our minds and meditate upon what we read till an interpretation 75 3, 17 | medicine may act not only upon the state of health as a 76 3, 17 | health as a whole, but also upon the special weakness of 77 3, 27 | interpretations are put upon the same words of Scripture, 78 3, 29 | passages have had light thrown upon them. ~ 79 3, 34 | Wherefore I poured my fury upon them for the blood that 80 3, 34 | blood that they had shed upon the land, and for their 81 3, 34 | will I sprinkle clean water upon you, and ye shall be clean: 82 3, 34 | existence; because he looks upon that as having been already 83 3, 36 | punishment being there laid upon them as the judgment of 84 3, 36 | them as the judgment of God upon their arrogance; and it 85 3, 36 | that day, he which shall be upon the housetop, and his stuff 86 4, 3 | correct speech, lay hold upon whatever is faulty in the 87 4, 3 | even when illiterate, seize upon the faults of rustics. ~ 88 4, 7 | connection of dependency the one upon the other, as we see here 89 4, 7 | without, that which comets upon me daily, the care of all 90 4, 7 | without, that which comets upon me daily, the care of all 91 4, 7 | have put another meaning upon it. He did not hesitate 92 4, 7 | of oppression; that lie upon beds of ivory, and stretch 93 4, 7 | and stretch yourselves upon couches; that eat the lamb 94 4, 7 | vehemence it throws itself upon the drowsy senses to startle 95 4, 7 | of God, who has bestowed upon them ample territory, to 96 4, 7 | of luxury: "ye that lie upon beds of ivory, and stretch 97 4, 7 | and stretch yourselves upon couches; that eat the lamb 98 4, 7 | of oppression, who sleep upon beds of ivory, who stretch 99 4, 7 | who stretch yourselves upon couches, who eat the lamb 100 4, 7 | lasciviousness: "ye that lie upon beds of ivory, and stretch 101 4, 7 | and stretch yourselves upon couches;" the third to gluttony: " 102 4, 8 | readers, and to break in upon the satiety and stimulate 103 4, 9 | conditions are to be insisted upon, that our hearer or companion 104 4, 10 | faces are turned attentively upon him, it is neither customary 105 4, 10 | pleasure when he throws light upon points on which people wish 106 4, 10 | when he dwells at length upon things that are already 107 4, 15 | arrives, let him reflect upon that saying of our Lord' 108 4, 18 | or to pronounce judgment upon anything, but only to give 109 4, 20 | ornament, makes it seize upon any beauty of expression 110 4, 20 | you, lest I have bestowed upon you labour in vain. Brethren, 111 4, 21 | it with unleavened cakes upon a rock, and poured the broth 112 4, 21 | Ye who are younger, wait upon the elders, and encourage 113 4, 21 | eloquence calls passionately upon women to avoid tampering 114 4, 24 | sermon was finished I called upon them with heart and voice 115 4, 26 | the subdued style to pall upon the hearer; and therefore 116 4, 26 | throws an unexpected light upon them; when it worms out 117 4, 26 | expected; when it seizes upon and exposes the falsity 118 4, 26 | vehement applause that waits upon men who speak thus, except


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