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St. Augustine
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   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| Lord do not withhold from me, while I write, the thoughts 2 pref, 0| is wont to vouchsafe to me in my meditations on this 3 pref, 0| fly into a passion with me on that account. As for 4 pref, 0| had better give up blaming me, and pray instead that God 5 pref, 0| surely they cannot blame me if I likewise teach not 6 1, 1 | who has already supplied me with many thoughts on this 7 1, 1 | has already vouchsafed to me with a view to undertaking 8 1, 22 | we use him. It seems to me, then, that he is to be 9 1, 32 | say to them, I AM has sent me unto you;" So that all other 10 1, 33 | Philemon, "Yea, brother, let me have joy of thee in the 11 1, 33 | but had only said, "Let me have joy of thee," he would 12 1, 34 | expression, "The Lord created me in the beginning of His 13 1, 34 | and the life;" that is, by me men come, to me they come, 14 1, 34 | that is, by me men come, to me they come, in me they rest. 15 1, 34 | come, to me they come, in me they rest. For when we come 16 1, 40 | as far as God shall give me light, the subject of signs. ~ 17 2, 8 | as the Lord shall grant me wisdom. The most skilful 18 2, 16 | out why it is said, Purge me with hyssop, and I shall 19 2, 39 | reasoning; but it seems to me it cannot, because this 20 2, 41 | under Pharaoh: "Come unto me, all ye that labour and 21 2, 41 | yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly 22 2, 41 | brought out from Egypt. "Purge me with hyssop," the psalmist 23 2, 41 | and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than 24 2, 41 | be whiter than snow. Make me to hear joy and gladness." 25 3, 1 | he can be instructed by me know, that the ambiguity 26 3, 7 | difference does it make to me, for instance, that the 27 3, 7 | mean. What profit is it to me, then, that the image of 28 3, 7 | to take is as much god to me as the wide ocean. I grant, 29 3, 30 | the things that occur to me, I consider none so necessary 30 3, 31 | as saying, "He has decked me as a bridegroom with ornaments, 31 3, 31 | with ornaments, and adorned me as a bride with jewels;" 32 3, 33 | This, however, seems to me to be a great question in 33 3, 34 | doings: their way was before me as the uncleanness of a 34 3, 37 | of diction, it seems to me, is too widely spread to 35 3, 37 | so far as God has given me light, the means of communicating 36 4, 1 | not look for any such from me. Not that I think such rules 37 4, 1 | learning them, he is not to ask me to teach them either in 38 4, 6 | well. A question which to me, and to those who think 39 4, 6 | to those who think with me, is very easily settled. 40 4, 6 | these writers, it seems to me not only that nothing can 41 4, 6 | orators and poets that give me such unspeakable delight 42 4, 7 | says, "Let no man think me a fool: if otherwise, yet 43 4, 7 | otherwise, yet as a fool receive me, that I may boast myself 44 4, 7 | that which comets upon me daily, the care of all the 45 4, 7 | again, let no man think me a fool." The next has three 46 4, 7 | otherwise, yet as a fool receive me, that I may boast myself 47 4, 7 | that which comets upon me daily, the care of all the 48 4, 16 | which thou hast heard of me?" And is he not there told: " 49 4, 16 | addressed in the psalm: "Teach me to do Thy will; for Thou 50 4, 20 | Paul, where he says: "Tell me, ye that desire to be under 51 4, 20 | which is better known to me than it is to others, and 52 4, 20 | than that of others is to me), while I do not in my own 53 4, 20 | are: ye have not injured me at all. Ye know how, through 54 4, 20 | nor rejected; but received me as an angel of God, even 55 4, 20 | and have given them to me. Am I therefore become your 56 4, 27 | do yourself what you bid me do? And thus they cease


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