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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| Holy Spirit? No, no; rather let us put away false pride 2 pref, 0| be learnt from man; and let him who teaches another 3 pref, 0| without jealousy. And do not let us tempt Him in whom we 4 pref, 0| Let us beware of such dangerous 5 pref, 0| temptations of pride, and let us rather consider the fact 6 1, 10 | when it is perceived. And let us look upon this purification 7 1, 33 | Philemon, "Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee in the 8 1, 33 | Lord," but had only said, "Let me have joy of thee," he 9 1, 40 | others or by myself. And so let this be the end of the present 10 2, 8 | But let us now go back to consider 11 2, 18 | justice and virtue. Nay, but let every good and true Christian 12 2, 18 | their religious literature, let him reject the figments 13 2, 18 | figments of superstition, and let him grieve over and avoid 14 2, 33 | such way as the following. Let us suppose some man to have 15 2, 39 | and covenants about signs, let these he utterly rejected 16 2, 39 | and held in detestation. Let the young men also withdraw 17 2, 41 | upon his investigations, let him constantly meditate 18 2, 41 | up, but charity edifieth? Let them remember, then, that 19 2, 42 | knowledge cannot puff him up, let him then approach the consideration 20 3, 1 | correction; when thus prepared, let him proceed to the examination 21 3, 1 | I can give instruction, let him who is in such a state 22 3, 2 | punctuated or pronounced, let the reader consult the rule 23 3, 2 | promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from 24 3, 2 | coinquinatione carnis et spiritus" [let us cleanse ourselves from 25 3, 2 | omni coinquintione carnis" [let us cleanse ourselves from 26 3, 16 | display of superiority, let charity on the contrary 27 3, 16 | in a figurative sense, "Let him lose his life" that 28 3, 16 | lose his life" that is, let him destroy and lose that 29 3, 18 | glorious name for ever; let the heavens bless Thee, 30 3, 19 | them on the rocks of crime. Let them, then, learn how trying 31 3, 19 | the stings of insult; but let them not measure others 32 3, 20 | Let them believe, on the contrary, 33 3, 22 | of the divine commands, let him refer the figure to 34 3, 22 | its interpretation, but let him not transfer the act 35 3, 23 | figure of things to come, let him yet put the literal 36 3, 23 | the apostle: "Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth 37 3, 36 | his stuff in the house, let him not come down to take 38 3, 36 | he that is in the field, let him likewise not return 39 4, 7 | I say again," he says, "Let no man think me a fool: 40 4, 7 | have more: "I say again, let no man think me a fool." 41 4, 7 | of all genius? Therefore let us acknowledge that the 42 4, 14 | says, then, in one place, "Let us seek this abode: the 43 4, 15 | hour for speech arrives, let him reflect upon that saying 44 4, 16 | rebuke with all authority. Let no man despise thee. Put 45 4, 20 | to us, whether prophecy, let us prophesy according to 46 4, 20 | proportion of faith; or ministry, let us wait on our ministering; 47 4, 20 | exhortation: he that giveth, let him do it with simplicity; 48 4, 20 | mercy, with cheerfulness. Let love be without dissimulation. 49 4, 20 | spent, the day is at hand: let us therefore cast off the 50 4, 20 | the works of darkness, and let us put on the armour of 51 4, 20 | on the armour of light. Let us walk honestly, as in 52 4, 21 | must have an expositor. Let us, then, study these various 53 4, 21 | sacrificed for us: therefore let us keep the feast, not with 54 4, 27 | Timothy, after telling him, "Let no man despise thy youth," 55 4, 28 | should govern his words, not let the words govern him. This 56 4, 29 | he cannot do even this, let his life be such as shall 57 4, 29 | an example to others; and let his manner of living be


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