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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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life

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 4| of our condition in this life of mortality. We have wandered 2 1, 8| unworthy who think of Him as life itself; and, whatever may 3 1, 8| recognize that it is by life it lives or does not live, 4 1, 8| distinct thing from the life by which it is quickened; 5 1, 8| quickened; and who look upon the life as incomparably superior 6 1, 8| look into the nature of the life itself, if they find it 7 1, 8| they find it mere nutritive life, without sensibility, such 8 1, 8| it inferior to sentient life, such as that of cattle; 9 1, 8| they place intelligent life, such as that of men. And, 10 1, 8| again, that unchangeable life, which is not at one time 11 1, 8| entire confidence prefer a life which is unchangeably wise 12 1, 8| affirm the unchangeable life to be the more excellent, 13 1, 9| How do you know that a life of unchangeable wisdom is 14 1, 11| show us a pattern of holy life in the form of our own humanity. 15 1, 14| well as to restore us to life. The disease was brought 16 1, 15| freely He laid down His life for us when He had it in 17 1, 15| the adversities of this life we may retain our confidence 18 1, 19| habits and former ways of life, and which comes through 19 1, 19| the former principle of life. And just as the soul, after 20 1, 21| good to receive eternal life. ~ 21 1, 22| enjoyment of it consists a happy life, the hope of which at least, 22 1, 22| state as when his whole life is a journey towards the 23 1, 22| towards the unchangeable life, and his affections are 24 1, 22| your thoughts, your whole life, and your whole intelligence 25 1, 22| means that no part of our life is to be unoccupied, and 26 1, 24| all eternity; even in this life we must make it an object 27 1, 27| is a man of just and holy life who forms an unprejudiced 28 1, 29| whom is true happiness of life, to whom all who love Him 29 1, 30| more we enjoy Him in this life as through a glass darkly, 30 1, 34| and to rest in eternal life. For He says: "I am the 31 1, 34| and the truth, and the life;" that is, by me men come, 32 1, 39| far as is possible in this life; for, in comparison with 33 1, 39| comparison with the future life, the life of no just and 34 1, 39| with the future life, the life of no just and holy man 35 2, 6| holy and just men whose life and conversation the Church 36 2, 7| annoyances which beset this life. Such a son ascends to wisdom 37 2, 9| in them, whether rules of life or rules of faith, are to 38 2, 9| faith and the manner of life, to wit, hope and love, 39 2, 16| creature, because of the life and the body. For the life 40 2, 16| life and the body. For the life consists of three parts, 41 2, 21| nor sought to possess, in life. For where a place was vacant, 42 2, 22| predict the events of a life~ 43 2, 22| them has a most fortunate life, the other a most unfortunate. 44 2, 25| necessary intercourse of life, the Christian is not by 45 2, 37| the true secret of a happy life. Still, it sometimes happens 46 2, 39| seeking for happiness of life, not to venture heedlessly 47 2, 39| the necessities of this life we must not neglect the 48 2, 40| is indispensable in this life, we must take and turn to 49 3, arg| inconsistent either with purity of life or correctness of doctrine 50 3, 5| killeth, but the spirit giveth life." For when what is said 51 3, 10| referred either to purity of life or soundness of doctrine, 52 3, 10| as figurative. Purity of life has reference to the love 53 3, 11| and immortality, eternal life; but unto them that are 54 3, 12| report which is earned by a life of good works; and the man 55 3, 13| matter of duty, to spend this life, is to be turned by good 56 3, 14| unacquainted with other modes of life than their own meet with 57 3, 14| and adornments of human life, appear sinful to the people 58 3, 16| drink His blood, ye have no life in you." This seems to enjoin 59 3, 16| says, "He who loveth his life shall lose it," we are not 60 3, 16| man's duty to care for his life, but that He says in a figurative 61 3, 16| sense, "Let him lose his life" that is, let him destroy 62 3, 16| which he now makes of his life, and through which his desires 63 3, 17| higher grade of spiritual life, thinks that the commands 64 3, 17| example, if he has embraced a life of celibacy and made himself 65 3, 18| present time as a habit of life. For no one will do this 66 3, 22| the act to his habits of life. For many things which were 67 3, 34| the possession of sentient life; and by sentient he understood 68 3, 34| he understood intelligent life. And thus the spiritual 69 3, 36| there follows "The tree of life also was in the midst of 70 3, 36| not to long after the past life which they have renounced? 71 3, 37| until they depart from this life, or until the chaff is separated 72 4, arg| and practice it in his life. Finally, he exhorts the 73 4, arg| office he holds, to lead a life in harmony with his own 74 4, 16| the things that pertain to life with God, until God makes 75 4, 18| matter relating to man's life or liberty comes up. Cases, 76 4, 18| things that pertain to this life? If, then, ye have judgments 77 4, 18| things pertaining to this life, set them to judge who are 78 4, 20| given which could have given life, verily righteousness should 79 4, 20| patience all the evils of this life. It is a great subject, 80 4, 20| that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, 81 4, 21| food such as will support life, but not minister to appetite." 82 4, 24| tears, finally by change of life. ~ 83 4, 27| chap. 27. The man whose life is in harmony with his teaching 84 4, 27| majesty of the style, the life of the speaker will count 85 4, 28| of modesty, because his life protects him against contempt. 86 4, 28| while he pursues an upright life, he takes care to maintain 87 4, 29| cannot do even this, let his life be such as shall not only 88 4, 29| common with his manner of life. And so God has said that


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