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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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1 pref, 0| they follow. For no one ought to consider anything as 2 1, arg | necessary to know what things we ought to teach to the Christian 3 1, arg | enjoy. The only object which ought to be enjoyed is the Triune 4 1, 1 | not yet possessed as it ought to be possessed. The Lord 5 1, 3 | to enjoy those which we ought to use, are hindered in 6 1, 4 | desire; for an unlawful use ought rather to be called an abuse. 7 1, 4 | turning these things which we ought to use into objects of enjoyment, 8 1, 22 | important question, whether men ought to enjoy, or to use, themselves, 9 1, 22 | Neither ought any one to have joy in himself, 10 1, 22 | clearly, because no one ought to love even himself for 11 1, 22 | himself. Wherefore if you ought not to love even yourself 12 1, 22 | loves his neighbour aright, ought to urge upon him that he 13 1, 25 | Man, therefore, ought to be taught the due measure 14 1, 27 | he neither loves what he ought not to love, nor fails to 15 1, 27 | nor fails to love what he ought to love, nor loves that 16 1, 27 | nor loves that more which ought to be loved less, nor loves 17 1, 27 | loves that equally which ought to be loved either less 18 1, 27 | that less or more which ought to be loved equally. No 19 1, 27 | more than any man, each man ought to love God more than himself. 20 1, 27 | than himself. Likewise we ought to love another man better 21 1, 29 | whom we look for none. We ought to desire, however, that 22 1, 30 | if every one to whom we ought to show, or who ought to 23 1, 30 | we ought to show, or who ought to show to us, the of offices 24 1, 35 | able to act upon it; and we ought to use that dispensation, 25 1, 36 | yet understand them as he ought. If, on the other hand, 26 2, 14 | anxious to know the Scriptures ought in the first place to use 27 2, 18 | or is not so, still we ought not to give up music because 28 2, 18 | spiritual things. For we ought not to refuse to learn letters 29 2, 18 | form of stones things that ought to have their place in the 30 2, 18 | their place in the heart, ought we on that account to forsake 31 2, 23 | in their honour, that we ought to feel in regard to all 32 2, 26 | important objects to which they ought to be subservient. ~ 33 2, 28 | done, another to show what ought to be done. History narrates 34 2, 28 | kind, aim at teaching what ought to be done or observed, 35 2, 37 | describe minutely the way you ought to move the hinges of the 36 2, 40 | fellowship of the heathen, ought to abhor and avoid; but 37 2, 40 | fellowship of these men, ought to take away from them, 38 3, 2 | uncertain in what way it ought to be punctuated or pronounced, 39 3, 14 | defile his own dwelling; he ought not, therefore, to defile 40 3, 14 | he himself, therefore, ought not to do injury to another. ~ 41 3, 25 | because only plain instances ought to be used as examples. 42 3, 25 | uncertain in what sense they ought to be taken, as for example, " 43 3, 26 | darts of the wicked." Nor ought we, on the other hand, in 44 3, 29 | give an absurd meaning, we ought forthwith to inquire whether 45 3, 32 | with Him in eternity. We ought, therefore, to say that 46 3, 34 | am the Lord," the reader ought now carefully to observe 47 3, 34 | spirit. And therefore we ought to take this saying "And 48 3, 36 | is the day in which men ought to give heed to these sayings: 49 3, 37 | these venerable documents ought to be counselled not only 50 4, arg | be learned elsewhere, and ought not to be neglected, being 51 4, arg | essential quality of style, and ought to be cultivated with especial 52 4, 3 | urgent necessity, or which ought evidently to take precedence 53 4, 5 | work that I am speaking of ought to be undertaken by one 54 4, 5 | of Lights, how much more ought we to feel it who are the 55 4, 5 | own speech, the more he ought to draw on the riches of 56 4, 8 | of these writers, then, ought not to express themselves 57 4, 8 | same authority; but they ought in all their deliverances 58 4, 10 | though good teachers have, or ought to have, so great an anxiety 59 4, 10 | this account the speaker ought to be especially careful 60 4, 10 | given, the subject discussed ought to be turned over and over, 61 4, 10 | he says is understood, he ought either to bring his address 62 4, 10 | men who desire to learn ought to be taught. And the best 63 4, 10 | appear right to do this, it ought to be done so moderately 64 4, 12 | not telling them what they ought to do, but urging them to 65 4, 12 | do what they already know ought to be done. ~ 66 4, 12 | when this is needful, it ought to be done. And it is needful 67 4, 12 | people, knowing what they ought to do, do it not. Therefore, 68 4, 15 | and holy, and good (and he ought never to say anything else), 69 4, 15 | gifts of oratory; and so he ought to pray for himself, and 70 4, 15 | come that he must speak, he ought, before he opens his mouth, 71 4, 15 | can make us say what we ought, and in the way we ought, 72 4, 15 | ought, and in the way we ought, except Him in whose hand 73 4, 16 | three apostolic epistles ought to be constantly before 74 4, 16 | he not say that a bishop ought to "hold fast the faithful 75 4, 18 | the place of authority, ought to have reference to men' 76 4, 18 | unimportant, and justice ought assuredly to be observed, 77 4, 18 | men advice as to how they ought to conduct secular cases, 78 4, 19 | And yet, while our teacher ought to speak of great matters, 79 4, 19 | speak of great matters, he ought not always to be speaking 80 4, 19 | are speaking to those who ought, but are not willing, to 81 4, 19 | be learnt about Him? Or ought he who is teaching the Trinity 82 4, 19 | preference to Him, then we ought to speak out with power 83 4, 21 | whether the cup of the Lord ought to contain water only, or 84 4, 21 | every one of these things ought ye, holy virgins, to obscene, 85 4, 21 | purity. For a good house ought to be known for such at 86 4, 21 | those who have taken vows ought to be. To prevail on any 87 4, 22 | is to be long continued, ought not to be unvaried, but 88 4, 24 | them do what they knew they ought to do but were unwilling 89 4, 25 | what they are aware they ought to do, but do not; in the 90 4, 25 | him pleasure. We, however, ought to make that end subordinate 91 4, 26 | speech, whatever its style, ought constantly to aim at, and 92 4, 26 | Christian teacher speaker ought, when he uses the subdued 93 4, 28 | the sort of man a bishop ought to be: "that he may be able 94 4, 30 | or read to the people, he ought to pray God to put into 95 4, 30 | her mouth, how much more ought he to pray for the same 96 4, 30 | others compose for them ought, before they receive their 97 4, 30 | they have received it, they ought to pray both that they themselves 98 4, 30 | has a happy issue, they ought to render thanks to Him 99 4, 31 | but the sort of man he ought to be who desires to labour


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