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1 pref, 0| exception to the work, or who would do so, did I not conciliate 2 pref, 0| see even my finger, they would surely have no right to 3 pref, 0| and pray instead that God would grant them the sight of 4 pref, 0| entirely superfluous. I would such persons could calm 5 pref, 0| learnt to read. Now, they would hardly think it right that 6 pref, 0| the condition of our race would have been much more degraded 7 pref, 0| together in the bond of unity, would have no means of pouring 8 1, arg | essentially necessary for him who would understand and explain aright 9 1, 1 | upon. And presumptuous it would undoubtedly be, if I were 10 1, 4 | that home whose delights would make us truly happy. Such 11 1, 17 | we should return, do that would be still gracious and more 12 1, 22 | diversion its own volume would be diminished. ~ 13 1, 24 | some people say that they would rather be without a body 14 1, 24 | think a body of that kind would be no body at all, because 15 1, 24 | notions, hate their bodies would be prepared to sacrifice 16 1, 24 | was to be attained which would overbalance the loss. This 17 1, 25 | himself, nobody but a fool would doubt. He is to be taught, 18 1, 28 | choose by lot to which you would give what could not be given 19 1, 29 | whom we love. For if they would turn to Him, they must of 20 1, 30 | in his need, or whom it would be our duty to help if he 21 1, 30 | follows, that he whose duty it would be in turn to help us is 22 1, 30 | And as nobody but a fool would say this, it is clear that 23 1, 33 | me have joy of thee," he would have implied that he fixed 24 2, 6 | sacred books, though the fact would remain the same and the 25 2, 12 | And this circumstance would assist rather than hinder 26 2, 13 | knowledge of things even would often set up our neck, if 27 2, 13 | Yet a more learned man would prefer that this should 28 2, 13 | quick and careful reader would indeed by an effort attain 29 2, 13 | slower intelligence either would not understand it at all, 30 2, 13 | understand it at all, or would put an utterly false construction 31 2, 13 | reference to the meaning. It would be better then to say,"sapientius 32 2, 15 | of them all; even so, it would not be right or becoming 33 2, 16 | a meaning so important would lie unnoticed. And we cannot 34 2, 16 | writers of those books, would, if any one could interpret 35 2, 20 | That is not strange, but it would have been very strange indeed 36 2, 21 | honour of Caesar. And this would, perhaps, have been done, 37 2, 22 | be marked in any way that would not give both the same constellation. 38 2, 23 | devils and not to God; and I would not that ye should have 39 2, 25 | of men, the public crier would not in former times have 40 2, 25 | be carried on at all, or would be carried on at great inconvenience; 41 2, 25 | were not devices of men, would not be different in different 42 2, 31 | follows that since they would be true if the dead rise 43 2, 40 | And to none of all these would heathen superstition (especially 44 2, 40 | how the things they gave would be turned to the service 45 3, 3 | Jesus who died." But as it would be the height of madness 46 3, 3 | attained to righteousness;" it would not be in harmony with the 47 3, 3 | speech of the educated. For I would rather have the barbarism, " 48 3, 4 | habuimus fratres in vobis", he would have followed the words 49 3, 4 | less literally, but there would have been less doubt about 50 3, 4 | nostri", hardly any one would have doubted that the vocative 51 3, 12 | Nobody in his sober senses would believe, for example, that 52 3, 12 | appetite. And any sane man would prefer eating fish after 53 3, 14 | precept, "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, 54 3, 16 | of fire on his head," one would think a deed of malevolence 55 3, 18 | together had come, they would have immediately made themselves 56 3, 27 | that this interpretation would occur to the reader, nay, 57 3, 29 | Moreover, I would have learned men to know 58 3, 29 | It would be tedious to go over all 59 3, 30 | enough for an example, for it would be too tedious and troublesome 60 3, 30 | much value to them that it would appear as if, when they 61 3, 30 | shall be laid open," he would have said what was true, 62 3, 30 | said what was true, and he would not, by attributing more 63 3, 34 | what the fathers believed would be given in its own time 64 3, 35 | which He foretold that He would be in the heart of the earth. ~ 65 4, 5 | profit them less than he would if he could speak with eloquence 66 4, 5 | service if he can do both), I would rather send him to read, 67 4, 6 | eloquence they spoke; no other would have been suitable for them; 68 4, 6 | for them; and this itself would be unsuitable in any other, 69 4, 6 | they had shunned it, they would have done the former; if 70 4, 7 | For who would not see what the apostle 71 4, 7 | followed the rules of rhetoric, would not every Christian, learned 72 4, 7 | It would be tedious to pursue the 73 4, 7 | likely that serious men would think I had gone too far, 74 4, 7 | that any of the studious would think I had done enough? 75 4, 7 | and to men such as these, would they have chosen to express 76 4, 7 | those of them, at least, who would have shrunk from raving 77 4, 7 | had so expressed it, this would have had its beauty: six 78 4, 12 | do or not to do. But who would say that it is their duty 79 4, 14 | ornamental words, such as would not be graceful or dignified 80 4, 18 | before the church courts, we would rightly advise them to conduct 81 4, 20 | concupiscentiis feceritis", the ear would no doubt be gratified with 82 4, 20 | this species of harmony would take the closing sentences 83 4, 20 | enlarged," and so on; it would be tedious to go through 84 4, 20 | it had been possible, ye would have plucked out your own 85 4, 20 | but not well; yea, they would exclude you, that ye might 86 4, 21 | yet through one man God would deliver His people from 87 4, 21 | haunts of men that pity would not blush for, nor modesty 88 4, 21 | surely the first artist would feel deeply insulted, and 89 4, 21 | insulted, and his indignation would be justly roused. Dost thou, 90 4, 21 | the colour of thy hair: I would that, with a prophetic look 91 4, 21 | the color of flame." It would be too long to quote all 92 4, 23 | even where the majestic would be allowable, in order that 93 4, 24 | incur blame. But no one would say that all who are thus 94 4, 26 | hearer; and therefore we would be listened to, not with 95 4, 26 | intelligible and pleasing, if you would be heard with a submissive 96 4, 27 | do not perform; but they would do good to very many more 97 4, 27 | immediately the course by which he would avoid contempt: "but be 98 4, 28 | truth. For where, then, would be what he says when he 99 4, 29 | they steal His words who would appear good by speaking 100 4, 29 | things?" And from this it would appear that even what they 101 4, 30 | welfare of her race, that God would put fit words into her mouth,


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