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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| this work themselves, will give it as their opinion that 2 pref, 0| these classes had better give up blaming me, and pray 3 1, 1 | shall be given." I He will give, then, to those who have; 4 1, 28 | commodity, and felt bound to give it away to somebody who 5 1, 28 | by lot to which you would give what could not be given 6 1, 29 | assistance that we either give them or accept from them 7 1, 34 | Christ, desiring not only to give the possession to those 8 1, 40 | discuss, as far as God shall give me light, the subject of 9 2, 3 | senses. For, when we nod, we give no sign except to the eyes 10 2, 3 | movements of all their limbs give certain signs to the initiated, 11 2, 3 | and the lyre frequently give not only a sweet but a significant 12 2, 7 | if we could be wiser and give better commands ourselves. 13 2, 14 | uncorrected ones should give way to the corrected, at 14 2, 15 | expressed it, I think we must give way to the dispensation 15 2, 17 | all other instruments that give their sound when struck. ~ 16 2, 18 | so, still we ought not to give up music because of the 17 2, 22 | in any way that would not give both the same constellation. 18 2, 25 | movements mean, he will give his whole attention to them 19 2, 31 | and of thus leading him to give up his error, when he finds 20 2, 37 | just as if a man wishing to give rules for walking should 21 2, 37 | to say, that they do not give those who have learnt them 22 2, 39 | their several classes, and give an account of the unknown 23 2, 41 | heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon 24 3, 1 | signs, I so far as I can give him instruction (it may 25 3, 1 | to say, so far as I can give instruction, let him who 26 3, 2 | there are more than two), give a meaning in harmony with 27 3, 11 | be clear, we are not to give it some secondary reference, 28 3, 16 | feed him; if he thirst, give him drink;" and this is 29 3, 16 | eternal. It is written: "Give to the godly man, and help 30 3, 29 | the words taken literally give an absurd meaning, we ought 31 3, 30 | that he was unwilling to give them up altogether), wrote 32 3, 34 | A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will 33 3, 34 | of your flesh and I will give you a heart of flesh. And 34 3, 34 | A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will 35 3, 34 | of your flesh, and I will give you an heart of flesh." 36 3, 36 | revealed that men are to give heed to these sayings, and 37 3, 36 | present rather the time to give heed to them, that when 38 3, 36 | day in which men ought to give heed to these sayings: for 39 4, 3 | enough that boys should give attention to it; and even 40 4, 6 | heathen orators and poets that give me such unspeakable delight 41 4, 7 | under figures of speech, give the greater pleasure when 42 4, 9 | and if not understood, give no trouble to those who 43 4, 10 | be especially careful to give assistance to those who 44 4, 10 | sake of the pleasure they give, if the attention be directed 45 4, 12 | and delighted, and yet not give his consent. And what will 46 4, 12 | Neither is it a necessity to give pleasure; for when, in the 47 4, 12 | the style should of itself give pleasure; but the truth 48 4, 13 | know them is enough, to give one's assent implies nothing 49 4, 13 | not only teach so as to give instruction, and please 50 4, 16 | of advantage, who could give the gospel to man even without 51 4, 17 | either to teach, or to give pleasure, or to move, and 52 4, 17 | subdued style, in order to give instruction, moderate things 53 4, 17 | temperate style, in order to give pleasure, and great things 54 4, 18 | address such as I wish to give shape to is concerned with. 55 4, 18 | upon anything, but only to give him pleasure, occupy as 56 4, 20 | least; though, in order to give an accurate rendering of 57 4, 20 | not with Him also freely give us all things? Who shall 58 4, 21 | again and said, Who shall give us flesh to eat?' When the 59 4, 23 | quiet style, in order to give greater effect to certain 60 4, 24 | with heart and voice to give praise and thanks to God. 61 4, 25 | of action, but merely to give him pleasure. We, however, 62 4, 25 | cultivate good habits and give up evil ones, if they are 63 4, 26 | plain that he can neither give pleasure nor enforce conviction? 64 4, 26 | and intelligible, but to give pleasure and to bring home 65 4, 26 | perspicuity this style cannot give pleasure. And so the three 66 4, 30 | whom they address it may give ear; and when the discourse 67 4, 31 | its length. I, however, give thanks to God that with


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