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wholesome 9
wholesomeness 2
wholly 8
whom 97
whomsoever 1
whose 35
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98 truth
97 whom
96 some
96 speak
95 use
St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| prevail with others (over whom they might have influence, 2 pref, 0| barbarian slave Christianus, of whom I have lately heard from 3 pref, 0| not let us tempt Him in whom we have believed, lest, 4 1, 5 | The Trinity, one God, of whom are all things, through 5 1, 5 | are all things, through whom are all things, in whom 6 1, 5 | whom are all things, in whom are all things. Thus the 7 1, 7 | believe that any being to whom there exists a superior 8 1, 9 | a blind man in the sun, whom it profits nothing that 9 1, 15 | confidence in, and love for, Him whom as yet we see not; and that 10 1, 22 | own sake, but for His in whom your love finds its most 11 1, 22 | intelligence upon Him from whom you derive all that you 12 1, 28 | 28. How we are to decide whom to aid~ 13 1, 28 | presented themselves, neither of whom had either from need or 14 1, 29 | we love partly those to whom we render services, partly 15 1, 29 | by us, partly those upon whom we confer no advantage and 16 1, 29 | confer no advantage and from whom we look for none. We ought 17 1, 29 | but for the sake of him whom they admire in common; and 18 1, 29 | of God, the enjoyment of whom is true happiness of life, 19 1, 29 | true happiness of life, to whom all who love Him owe both 20 1, 29 | they bear Him, concerning whom we have no fear that any 21 1, 29 | eternal reward, even Himself whom they love? And hence it 22 1, 29 | they separated from Him whom we love. For if they would 23 1, 30 | in the enjoyment of Him whom we long to enjoy; and the 24 1, 30 | Paul. For when the man to whom our Lord delivered those 25 1, 30 | two commandments, and to whom He said that on these hang 26 1, 30 | interrogated in turn. To whom our Lord says, "Go and do 27 1, 30 | that he is our neighbour whom it is our duty to help in 28 1, 30 | to help in his need, or whom it would be our duty to 29 1, 30 | of any one as a person to whom the offices of mercy may 30 1, 30 | But now, if every one to whom we ought to show, or who 31 1, 33 | Him, in the enjoyment of whom we find our common happiness. 32 1, 33 | is his Master, and under whom he himself is a fellow-servant. ~ 33 1, 33 | enjoy. For you enjoy Him by whom you are made happy, and 34 1, 34 | the Truth and the Word, by whom all things were made, had 35 1, 36 | meaning which the author whom he reads intended to express 36 1, 36 | course, that the man to whom he lies should place confidence 37 1, 37 | meaning which the author whom he is reading did not intend, 38 2, 3 | to the eyes of the man to whom we wish by this sign to 39 2, 5 | thought and will of those by whom it was written, and through 40 2, 7 | himself, because not him whom he loves as himself. Accordingly, 41 2, 11 | speak the Latin tongue, of whom are those I have undertaken 42 2, 12 | very often a translator, to whom the meaning is not well 43 2, 14 | with a more learned man of whom we can inquire, or with 44 2, 22 | the person was born about whom these wretched men are consulted 45 2, 23 | by the false angels, to whom the lowest part of the world 46 2, 25 | remembered by many old men from whom we have frequently heard 47 2, 28 | begotten Son of God, by whom all things were made, condescended 48 2, 28 | that Hebrew race, among whom the worship of one God sprang 49 2, 28 | one God sprang up, and of whom as concerning the flesh 50 2, 31 | lays before another with whom he is talking, the proposition, " 51 2, 31 | the error of the man with whom one is arguing; and these 52 2, 33 | admission of the man with whom one is arguing. And thus, 53 2, 38 | love of the one God from whom he knows that all things 54 2, 41 | himself addresses to those whom He sees toiling in Egypt 55 2, 41 | my burden is light." To whom is it light but to the meek 56 2, 41 | meek and lowly in heart, whom knowledge does not puff 57 2, 41 | equal to the Father, by whom all things, were made, " 58 3, 6 | did believe, from among whom the first Church at Jerusalem 59 3, 8 | comes by Christ took those whom it found under bondage to 60 3, 8 | Those, on the other hand, whom it found in bondage to useless 61 3, 11 | overturned in a man over whom it had held sway, this plain 62 3, 12 | the custom of those among whom he lives, is either temperate 63 3, 12 | the customs of those among whom we live, but frequently 64 3, 13 | the habits of those with whom we are either compelled 65 3, 18 | enjoyments. And those men to whom the apostle permitted as 66 3, 18 | And assuredly those men of whom I speak knew that wantonness 67 3, 20 | hatred towards their sons, by whom they knew that their wives 68 3, 25 | lion, walketh about seeking whom he may devour." In the same 69 3, 27 | intention of the author through whom the Holy Spirit spake, whether 70 3, 30 | angels of the churches to whom John is commanded to write; 71 3, 32 | is that wicked servant of whom we are told in the gospel, 72 3, 34 | at a time when those to whom it was to be given were 73 3, 36 | and there He put the man whom He had formed. And out of 74 3, 36 | garden, and there put the man whom He had formed, the narrative 75 4, arg | for the Christian teacher, whom it behoves to excel in eloquence 76 4, 9 | chap. 9. How, and with whom, difficult passages are 77 4, 12 | for joy; if he pity those whom you present to him as objects 78 4, 12 | pity, and shrink from those whom you set before him as men 79 4, 16 | been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them." 80 4, 19 | the utmost in praising Him whom no one can adequately praise, 81 4, 20 | the seed should come to whom the promise was made; and 82 4, 20 | all their dues: tribute to whom tribute is due; custom to 83 4, 20 | tribute is due; custom to whom custom; fear to whom fear; 84 4, 20 | to whom custom; fear to whom fear; honour to whom honour." 85 4, 20 | to whom fear; honour to whom honour." And these also, 86 4, 20 | according to His purpose. For whom He did foreknow, He also 87 4, 20 | many brethren. Moreover, whom He did predestinate, them 88 4, 20 | them He also called; and whom He called, them He also 89 4, 20 | them He also justified; and whom He justified, them He also 90 4, 20 | My little children, of whom I travail in birth again 91 4, 21 | the way to the Lord, to whom you have pledged your vows. 92 4, 21 | Now in these two authors whom I have selected as specimens 93 4, 26 | the assistance of Him of whom it is said, "Thy testimonies 94 4, 29 | Jeremiah the prophet, through whom God denounces those who 95 4, 29 | own, for God is theirs, to whom belongs all that they say; 96 4, 30 | well, and that those to whom they address it may give 97 4, 30 | render thanks to Him from whom they know such blessings


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