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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the start I have thought good to make on the road I am 2 1, arg | God, who is our highest good and our true happiness. 3 1, 18 | worse, as if no greater good remained for him than to 4 1, 21 | inconceivable punishment, and the good to receive eternal life. ~ 5 1, 22 | For a man is never in so good a state as when his whole 6 1, 22 | up in, the unchangeable good, than when he turns from 7 1, 24 | peace which springs out of a good habit. Nevertheless, not 8 1, 25 | himself, and does desire to do good to himself, nobody but a 9 1, 28 | But since you cannot do good to all, you are to pay special 10 1, 28 | you cannot consult for the good of them all, you must take 11 1, 29 | even as the very greatest good, he is fond of all who join 12 1, 29 | love Him as the supreme good, and love us too as partakers 13 1, 30 | Love your enemies, do good to them that hate you." ~ 14 1, 31 | us, He must be in need of good from us, and no sane man 15 1, 31 | will say that; for all the good we enjoy is either Himself, 16 1, 32 | For it is because He is good we exist; and so far as 17 1, 32 | as we truly exist we are good. And, further, because He 18 1, 32 | entirely to Him, and are good only so far as He has given 19 1, 35 | delight as if it were a good to rest in, but with a transient 20 1, 37 | and loves, then through good works, and through diligent 21 1, 40 | of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith 22 1, 40 | And he joins with this "a good conscience," in reference 23 2, 6 | through their imitation of good men members of its own body; 24 2, 6 | its own body; men who, as good and true servants of God, 25 2, 7 | For the knowledge of a good hope makes a man not boastful, 26 2, 13 | dwell in, whether it be good or bad: and what cities 27 2, 18 | virtue. Nay, but let every good and true Christian understand 28 2, 28 | whatever they said that was good and true from our literature, 29 2, 31 | are sometimes drawn by a good and learned man, with the 30 2, 33 | this man is just, he is good," and we admit its truth. 31 2, 33 | conclusion, "Therefore he is not good." Now although every one 32 2, 37 | them an advantage over the good and innocent. ~ 33 2, 39 | committed to writing by good and learned Christians), 34 2, 40 | themselves, were not making a good use of; in the same way 35 2, 40 | And what else have many good and faithful men among our 36 2, 40 | interpretation that may be as good, or better. ~ 37 2, 41 | symbolized, viz., to do good works in Christ, to cling 38 3, 3 | of Nathanael's, "Can any good thing come out of Nazareth?" 39 3, 12 | bounds of the custom of the good men about him, either has 40 3, 12 | the sweet odour means the good report which is earned by 41 3, 12 | which is earned by a life of good works; and the man who wins 42 3, 13 | life, is to be turned by good and great men to some prudent 43 3, 18 | useful design, that mere of good hope may learn the salutary 44 3, 18 | spurn can be turned to a good use, and that which they 45 3, 19 | even to honour and praise good and holy men, because they 46 3, 20 | chap. 20. Consistency of good men in all outward circumstances~ 47 3, 22 | which are now condemned by good men~ 48 3, 22 | repugnant to the habits of the good men who since our Lord's 49 3, 23 | vaunt himself in his own good deeds, and in comparison 50 3, 25 | the Pharisees," I and in a good sense, as when He said, " 51 3, 25 | metaphorically at one time in a good sense, at another in a bad, 52 3, 25 | the serpent is used in a good sense, "Be wise as serpents;" 53 3, 25 | subtilty." Bread is used in a good sense, "I am the living 54 3, 29 | Beware of him, for he is a good man." And what illiterate 55 3, 32 | both; and this because the good fish and the bad are for 56 3, 32 | way, when God says of the good part of the Church, "I will 57 3, 32 | bad that is mixed with the good, "They shall be turned back." 58 3, 33 | clear up this point were good, but not complete. For, 59 3, 36 | pleasant to the sight, and good for food." Now here it seems 60 3, 36 | pleasant to the sight, and good for food. Here there follows " 61 3, 36 | the tree of knowledge of good and evil." Next the river 62 4, arg | teaching, and to show a good example to all. ~ 63 4, 1 | learnt elsewhere; and if any good man should happen to have 64 4, 2 | wrong or right, why do not good men study to engage it on 65 4, 7 | injuries he suffered and the good return he made. And, indeed, 66 4, 10 | vulgarity of speech; though good teachers have, or ought 67 4, 11 | distinctive features of good intellects not to love words, 68 4, 15 | what is just, and holy, and good (and he ought never to say 69 4, 17 | aims at enforcing what is good, should not despise any 70 4, 20 | cleave to that which is good. Be kindly affectioned one 71 4, 20 | dishonour, by evil report and good report: as deceivers, and 72 4, 20 | things work together for good to them that love God, to 73 4, 20 | might affect them. But it is good to be zealously affected 74 4, 20 | zealously affected always in a good thing, and not only when 75 4, 21 | picture of purity. For a good house ought to be known 76 4, 22 | far as is consistent with good taste. For when we keep 77 4, 22 | style, we can return with good effect to that which must 78 4, 25 | when what we have to say is good and useful, and when the 79 4, 25 | persuade men to cultivate good habits and give up evil 80 4, 25 | they have already begun a good course, we may induce them 81 4, 25 | him in the pursuit of the good end which we hold out before 82 4, 27 | compelled them to say what was good, though they did what was 83 4, 27 | Now these men do good to many by preaching what 84 4, 27 | perform; but they would do good to very many more if they 85 4, 28 | takes care to maintain a good reputation as well, providing 86 4, 29 | indeed, some men who have a good delivery, but cannot compose 87 4, 29 | belong to another. For the good things he says seem to be 88 4, 29 | His words who would appear good by speaking God's words, 89 4, 29 | really themselves who say the good things they say. For how 90 4, 29 | can ye, being evil, speak good things?" And from this it 91 4, 29 | say, when they say what is good, it is not themselves who 92 4, 29 | forth to be delivered by a good man who is not eloquent;


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