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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| the Scriptures to memory through hearing them read by others, 2 pref, 0| the art of reading simply through prayer that it might be 3 pref, 0| request that he might read through a book presented to him 4 pref, 0| to have done everything through the instrumentality of angels, 5 pref, 0| by voices from heaven, or through the ministration of angels? 6 pref, 0| one who boasts that he, through divine illumination, understands 7 pref, 0| men teach others, either through speech or writing, what 8 1, 4 | the beauty of the country through which we pass, and the very 9 1, 5 | of whom are all things, through whom are all things, in 10 1, 6 | mouths, and has desired us through the medium of our own words 11 1, 12 | except that it pleased God through the foolishness of preaching 12 1, 13 | leave in our minds may enter through the ear into the mind of 13 1, 14 | Seeing, then, that man fell through pride, He restored him through 14 1, 14 | through pride, He restored him through humility. We were ensnared 15 1, 14 | The disease was brought in through a woman's corrupted soul: 16 1, 14 | corrupted soul: the remedy came through a woman's virgin body. To 17 1, 14 | woman to deliver us who fell through a woman: He came as a man 18 1, 17 | that not a way that lies through space, but through a change 19 1, 17 | lies through space, but through a change of affections, 20 1, 19 | of life, and which comes through repentance, so also the 21 1, 19 | owe as a debt contracted through sin, shall at the resurrection 22 1, 23 | need the goodness of God through our instrumentality, such 23 1, 26 | us but connected with us, through a law of nature which has 24 1, 27 | for the body only lives through the soul, and it is by the 25 1, 30 | enjoy Him in this life as through a glass darkly, the more 26 1, 34 | the Father also, because through an equal an equal is known; 27 1, 36 | intended, goes astray, but not through any falsehood in Scripture. 28 1, 36 | high road, but yet reaches through the fields the same place 29 1, 37 | believes and loves, then through good works, and through 30 1, 37 | through good works, and through diligent attention to the 31 2, 1 | sign that it is so, but through attention to experience 32 2, 2 | Scriptures, were made known to us through men those, namely, who wrote 33 2, 3 | standards and flags convey through the eyes the will of the 34 2, 3 | it is true, gave a sign through the odour of the ointment 35 2, 3 | blood He signified His will through the sense of taste; and 36 2, 3 | countless multitude of the signs through which men express their 37 2, 5 | fit season be disseminated through the whole world, was interpreted 38 2, 5 | whom it was written, and through these to find out the will 39 2, 6 | superstitions, and making them through their imitation of good 40 2, 6 | and who rising thence do, through the implanting of the Holy 41 2, 6 | have knowledge communicated through figures and that what is 42 2, 7 | the Scriptures that he, through being entangled in the love 43 2, 7 | delightful, still it is only through a glass darkly that we are 44 2, 12 | of them;" that is, that through emulation of those who had 45 2, 14 | gradually come to know them through being accustomed to read 46 2, 15 | concerned; for it is reported through all the more learned churches 47 2, 16 | skin by squeezing itself through a narrow hole, and thus 48 2, 16 | put it off, too, by coming through a narrow place, according 49 2, 23 | and deceptions is, that through these superstitious and 50 2, 28 | more likely that Plato was through Jeremiah's means initiated 51 2, 37 | are learnt, than in going through the very intricate and thorny 52 2, 37 | them while they are going through them, or to understand when 53 2, 39 | like a system of nerves through the whole structure of Scripture, 54 3, 1 | when he has become meek through piety, so as to have no 55 3, 9 | among the people of Israel through whose instrumentality the 56 3, 12 | the present time, except through lust. And everything of 57 3, 15 | overthrown, charity reigns through its supremely just laws 58 3, 16 | now makes of his life, and through which his desires are fixed 59 3, 21 | after he had attained it through spiritual love, he lost 60 3, 21 | spiritual love, he lost it through carnal lust. ~ 61 3, 22 | cannot now be done except through lust. ~ 62 3, 25 | The serpent beguiled Eve through his subtilty." Bread is 63 3, 27 | intention of the author through whom the Holy Spirit spake, 64 3, 27 | assuredly the Holy Spirit, who through him spake these words, foresaw 65 3, 30 | so that a man travelling through the vast forest of prophecy 66 3, 33 | the grace of God which is through our Lord Jesus Christ and 67 3, 34 | and they were dispersed through the countries: according 68 4, 7 | stream of eloquence flows through them. ~ 69 4, 14 | compared His own word spoken through His holy prophets. God forbid, 70 4, 16 | aids of teaching, applied through the instrumentality of man, 71 4, 20 | it would be tedious to go through it all. ~ 72 4, 20 | are more than conquerors, through Him that loved us. For I 73 4, 20 | me at all. Ye know how, through infirmity of the flesh, 74 4, 21 | of the people failed, yet through one man God would deliver 75 4, 21 | styles of speech, scattered through their various writings and 76 4, 29 | of Jeremiah the prophet, through whom God denounces those


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