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1 pref, 0| surely have no right to fly into a passion with me on that 2 pref, 0| sacraments and be admitted into the Church; and that Cornelius 3 pref, 0| no means of pouring soul into soul, and, as it were, mingling 4 pref, 0| at least without falling into any gross absurdity. And 5 1, arg | author divides his work into two parts, one relating 6 1, arg | things, which he divides into three classes, things to 7 1, arg | rose again, and ascended into heaven, taking to Himself 8 1, 2 | which we read Moses cast into the bitter waters to make 9 1, 4 | things which we ought to use into objects of enjoyment, we 10 1, 8 | when they go on to look into the nature of the life itself, 11 1, 9 | clear and so near, is poured into his very eyeballs. The man, 12 1, 12 | of the Creator had grown into the likeness of this world, 13 1, 13 | may enter through the ear into the mind of the hearer, 14 1, 15 | dead, and of His ascension into heaven, has strengthened 15 1, 15 | it strikes great terror into the careless, so that they 16 1, 18 | of which he is received into the bosom of the Church. 17 1, 18 | sins can be pardoned, falls into despair, and becomes worse, 18 1, 19 | resurrection be changed into a better form; not that 19 1, 20 | falls when the body dies into a more terrible death, and 20 1, 22 | worthy of love is to be borne into the same channel in which 21 1, 22 | himself and his neighbour into the channel of the love 22 1, 28 | circumstance, are brought into closer connection with you. 23 1, 36 | straight road, lest, if he get into a habit of going astray, 24 1, 38 | will find it, when it comes into his possession, of higher 25 2, 1 | causes something else to come into the mind as a consequence 26 2, 2 | drawing forth and conveying into another's mind what the 27 2, 3 | I have been able to put into words all those signs, the 28 2, 4 | tongues besides, thrown into confusion and discordance. ~ 29 2, 5 | 5. Scripture translated into various languages~ 30 2, 5 | whole world, was interpreted into various tongues, and spread 31 2, 6 | errors, and bringing them into the church's body, with 32 2, 9 | faith, are to be searched into more carefully and more 33 2, 11 | Latin translators throw them into doubt. Although, indeed, 34 2, 11 | said to be untranslatable into another tongue, of which 35 2, 11 | that cannot be translated into the idiom of another language. 36 2, 11 | the Scriptures from Hebrew into Greek can be counted, but 37 2, 12 | domestics of thy seed " into relation with "flesh," kinsmen 38 2, 12 | an ambiguous word, fell into error. Now translations 39 2, 12 | and this error has crept into so many texts, that you 40 2, 13 | Scriptures are translated into Latin, or we must get hold 41 2, 13 | not be translated at all into the Latin idiom by any one 42 2, 18 | of the incorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible 43 2, 21 | and sell inexperienced men into a miserable bondage. For 44 2, 21 | which those who first fell into this error, and handed it 45 2, 22 | constellations, and it is by looking into these that he professes 46 2, 22 | rashly and carelessly brings into disrepute, when there is 47 2, 22 | his chart, which he looks into anxiously but in vain? And 48 2, 23 | or in any other way come into existence under the government 49 2, 25 | unaccustomed to such follies goes into the theatre, unless some 50 2, 27 | resell of investigation into the occurrences of the past, 51 2, 27 | occurrences of the past, and into the arrangements of God' 52 2, 28 | He suffered, has led some into the error of supposing that 53 2, 28 | when by his investigations into profane history he had discovered 54 2, 28 | that Plato made a journey into Egypt at the time when Jeremiah 55 2, 28 | Jeremiah's means initiated into our literature, so as to 56 2, 31 | great service in searching into and unravelling all sorts 57 2, 31 | propositions must be inquired into in the sacred books of the 58 2, 37 | only that men do not fall into the error of supposing that 59 2, 39 | if they involve entering into fellowship with devils by 60 3, 2 | permits to be dovetailed into itself. ~ 61 3, 3 | are cleared up by looking into the original tongue, for 62 3, 4 | accordingly, when we look into the original, the case is 63 3, 5 | indicated by a proper word into its secondary signification; 64 3, 8 | that they might now fall into bondage to signs of a useful 65 3, 10 | these are the two classes into which all sins may be divided. 66 3, 10 | poverty, it easily slides into crimes, in order to remove 67 3, 14 | nor were able to awake into the light of wisdom have 68 3, 18 | chap. 18. We must take into consideration the time at 69 3, 19 | adverse, will carry them into the whirlpool of vice or 70 3, 21 | lustful, though he fell into adultery~ 71 3, 24 | chief thing to be inquired into, therefore, in regard to 72 3, 30 | although the matter inquired into is certainly very obscure, 73 3, 30 | work, have led the reader into false expectations. And 74 3, 30 | on account of the errors into which the author falls as 75 3, 33 | Christ." But he had not come into contact with this heresy, 76 3, 34 | countries, and will bring you into your own land. Then will 77 3, 34 | nations, no one who looks into the matter can doubt. And 78 3, 34 | saying "And I will bring you into your own land," and what 79 3, 35 | aliens); or when multiplied into themselves, as ten into 80 3, 35 | into themselves, as ten into ten gives one hundred, and 81 3, 35 | one hundred, and twelve into twelve gives one hundred 82 3, 36 | garden, and which was parted into four heads, the sources 83 3, 36 | took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden." For 84 3, 36 | the nations were divided into a multitude of tongues. 85 3, 37 | destined to go with him into the punishment of everlasting 86 4, 1 | the commencement divided into two parts. For, after a 87 4, 2 | so as to put the hearer into a friendly, or attentive, 88 4, 4 | to bring their feelings into harmony with the truths 89 4, 5 | and carefully searching into their meaning. For there 90 4, 5 | with the eyes of the heart into the heart of Scripture. 91 4, 7 | suffer, if a man bring you into bondage, if a man devour 92 4, 7 | suffer, if a man bring you into bondage." Then follow three 93 4, 7 | translation made from the Hebrew into Latin by the presbyter Jerome, 94 4, 7 | people, entering with pomp into the house of Israel! Pass 95 4, 7 | drowsy senses to startle them into wakefulness: "Woe to you 96 4, 7 | people, entering with pomp into the house of Israel!" Next, 97 4, 13 | one that must be carried into practice, and that is taught 98 4, 20 | verbal ornaments as exalted into vehemence by mental emotion. 99 4, 20 | the end, where it rises into a temperate eloquence, yet 100 4, 21 | the deceptions of quackery into a lie? Thy Lord says, 'Thou 101 4, 21 | change the features of nature into those of a painting, and 102 4, 24 | sons even, who, divided into two factions and armed with 103 4, 29 | And if you look closely into the matter, it is not really 104 4, 30 | ought to pray God to put into his mouth a suitable discourse. 105 4, 30 | God would put fit words into her mouth, how much more


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