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St. Augustine
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flesh

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| away, "The Word was made Flesh," our Lord suffered, and 2 1, 9| among the shadows of the flesh. And thus men are driven 3 1, 12| men in the form of mortal flesh, He is said to have come 4 1, 13| Chap. 13. The Word was made flesh~ 5 1, 13| this, "The Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us"? Just 6 1, 13| change of nature, yet became flesh, that He might dwell among 7 1, 19| a better form; not that flesh and blood shall inherit 8 1, 24| 24. No man hates his own flesh, not even those who abuse 9 1, 24| man ever yet hated his own flesh." And when some people say 10 1, 24| of what they read: "The flesh lusteth against the spirit, 11 1, 24| and the spirit against the flesh, and these are contrary 12 1, 24| this shall take place, "the flesh lusteth against the spirit, 13 1, 24| and the spirit against the flesh;" the spirit struggling, 14 1, 24| spirit, then, in subduing the flesh, is working as it were to 15 1, 24| man ever yet hated his own flesh." He adds too, "but nourisheth 16 1, 34| were made, had been made flesh that He might dwell among 17 1, 34| have known Christ after the flesh, yet now henceforth know 18 2, 7| motions of pride as if our flesh were nailed to the tree. 19 2, 12| do not despise thine own flesh." Each of these in turn 20 2, 12| explained by the other; because "flesh" may be taken in its literal 21 2, 12| seed " into relation with "flesh," kinsmen most naturally 22 2, 12| emulation them which are my flesh, and might save some of 23 2, 12| And he calls the Jews his "flesh," on account of the relationship 24 2, 28| of whom as concerning the flesh our Lord came. And thus, 25 3, 2| nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you." 26 3, 2| necessity to remain in the flesh. Now this ambiguity is resolved 27 3, 2| nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you]. ~ 28 3, 2| from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness 29 3, 2| from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit], in accordance 30 3, 2| from all filthiness of the flesh], so as to make the next 31 3, 5| put in subjection to the flesh by a blind adherence to 32 3, 7| signify, is bondage to the flesh, how much more so is it 33 3, 7| livery of bondage to the flesh. ~ 34 3, 11| Christ's have crucified the flesh, with the affections and 35 3, 16| figurative. "Except ye eat the flesh of the Son of man," says 36 3, 16| memory of the fact that His flesh was wounded and crucified 37 3, 34| Behold Israel after the flesh;" because the people of 38 3, 34| people of Israel after the flesh did both perform and endure 39 3, 34| stony heart out of your flesh and I will give you a heart 40 3, 34| will give you a heart of flesh. And I will put my Spirit 41 3, 34| stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you an 42 3, 34| will give you an heart of flesh." Now the heart of flesh 43 3, 34| flesh." Now the heart of flesh from which the apostle's 44 3, 34| referred to Israel after the flesh but spiritually, as referring 45 4, 7| that many glory after the flesh, I will glory also. For 46 4, 7| that many glory after the flesh, I will glory also." And 47 4, 20| woman was born after the flesh; but he of the free woman 48 4, 20| make not provision for the flesh, to fulfill the lusts thereof." 49 4, 20| through infirmity of the flesh, I preached the gospel unto 50 4, 20| temptation which was in my flesh ye despised not, nor rejected; 51 4, 21| divine nature, but to His flesh, whose ever-flowing fountain 52 4, 21| crucified, should abolish in His flesh the sins of the whole world, 53 4, 21| their hearts. For the kid's flesh refers to the guilt of the 54 4, 21| said, Who shall give us flesh to eat?' When the angel, 55 4, 21| was a sign that our Lord's flesh, filled with the Spirit


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