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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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sake

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| love of God for His own sake and the love of our neighbour 2 1, arg| our neighbour for God's sake is the fulfilment and the 3 1, 4| satisfaction in it for its own sake. To use, on the other hand, 4 1, 22| loved by man for his own sake, or for the sake of something 5 1, 22| his own sake, or for the sake of something else. If it 6 1, 22| else. If it is for his own sake, we enjoy him; if it is 7 1, 22| enjoy him; if it is for the sake of something else, we use 8 1, 22| he is to be loved for the sake of something else. For if 9 1, 22| to be loved for its own sake, then in the enjoyment of 10 1, 22| even himself for his own sake, but for the sake of Him 11 1, 22| his own sake, but for the sake of Him who is the true object 12 1, 22| loves himself for his own sake, he does not look at himself 13 1, 22| even yourself for your own sake, but for His in whom your 14 1, 22| you love him too for God's sake. For this is the law of 15 1, 27| loved as a man for God's sake; but God is to be loved 16 1, 27| to be loved for His own sake. And if God is to be loved 17 1, 29| their own sakes, but for the sake of him whom they admire 18 1, 31| which we love for its own sake, and that nothing is a true 19 1, 35| we are borne only for the sake of that towards which we 20 2, 7| to be loved for His own sake, and our neighbour for God' 21 2, 7| our neighbour for God's sake; and that God is to be loved 22 2, 7| the truth, either for the sake of pleasing men or with 23 2, 11| is necessary, not for the sake of a few words like these 24 2, 16| is to say, that for the sake of our head, which is Christ, 25 2, 16| all joy in time, for the sake of that eternity in which 26 2, 37| attaining the object for the sake of which these sciences 27 2, 39| and luxurious. But for the sake of the necessities of this 28 2, 39| on many subjects for the sake of a few items of knowledge, 29 3, 10| enjoyment of God for His own sake, and the enjoyment of ones 30 3, 15| love to God for His own sake, and love to one's self 31 3, 15| one's neighbour for God's sake. Accordingly, in regard 32 3, 17| the kingdom of heaven's sake, he contends that the commands 33 3, 18| fruitfulness of many wives for the sake of an ulterior object, than 34 3, 18| of one wife for its own sake. For in the former case 35 3, 18| food and drink only for the sake of bodily health, used marriage 36 3, 18| used marriage only for the sake of offspring. And, accordingly, 37 3, 18| the kingdom of heaven's sake. For there is no difficulty 38 3, 33| but also to suffer for His sake." Who, then, can doubt that 39 4, 10| understand us for whose sake we speak? He, therefore, 40 4, 10| well known are told for the sake of the pleasure they give, 41 4, 13| But for the sake at those who are so fastidious 42 4, 13| when it is only for the sake of securing his consent 43 4, 14| assent, but merely for the sake of being read with pleasure. 44 4, 15| in those who for Christ's sake are delivered to the persecutors; 45 4, 18| all this is done for the sake of justice, charity, and 46 4, 20| is urging that, for the sake of the ministry of the gospel, 47 4, 20| As it is written, For Thy sake we are killed all the day


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