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obedience 2
obedient 2
obey 5
object 43
objection 4
objections 3
objectors 1
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44 part
44 pleasure
43 might
43 object
43 rather
42 although
42 law
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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object

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| are some, then, likely to object to this work of mine, because 2 pref, 0| my finger to point out an object, it is out of my power to 3 pref, 0| that I am pointing, or the object at which I point. ~ 4 pref, 0| itself that no one can justly object to this undertaking of mine, 5 pref, 0| mine, which has no other object than to be of service, yet 6 1, arg | use and enjoy. The only object which ought to be enjoyed 7 1, 4 | desires, if it is a proper object of desire; for an unlawful 8 1, 5 | 5. The Trinity the true object of enjoyment~ 9 1, 5 | who enjoy Him, if He is an object, and not rather the cause 10 1, 22 | sake of Him who is the true object of enjoyment. For a man 11 1, 22 | love finds its most worthy object, no other man has a right 12 1, 22 | wish to enjoy some other object, but that whatever else 13 1, 22 | suggest itself to us as an object worthy of love is to be 14 1, 24 | life we must make it an object to have the carnal habit 15 1, 24 | had in two, unless some object was to be attained which 16 1, 31 | and that nothing is a true object of enjoyment except that 17 1, 35 | Scripture, is the love of an object which is to be enjoyed, 18 1, 35 | enjoyed, and the love of an object which can enjoy that other 19 1, 37 | that he shall attain the object of his love. And so these 20 1, 38 | eternal, that a temporal object is valued more before we 21 1, 38 | in eternity: an eternal object, on the other hand, is loved 22 1, 38 | than while it is still an object of desire, for no one in 23 2, 2 | necessary to my present object. ~ 24 2, 7 | he has gazed upon this object shining from afar, and has 25 2, 23 | brings forth young, or an object is struck by lightning, 26 2, 31 | and learned man, with the object of making the person from 27 2, 37 | difficulty in attaining the object for the sake of which these 28 3, 9 | homage to, any significant object without knowing what it 29 3, 18 | the sake of an ulterior object, than on the man who enjoys 30 3, 18 | the man aims at a useful object suited to the circumstances 31 3, 25 | is an example of the same object being taken, not in opposite, 32 4, 11 | have succeeded in their object, find the plain truth pleasant 33 4, 12 | rejoice when you point out an object for joy; if he pity those 34 4, 15 | that if he succeed in this object, and so far as he succeeds, 35 4, 20 | way. It is enough for its object that warmth of feeling should 36 4, 21 | subdued style, because the object he has in view demands, 37 4, 23 | of the majestic; for its object is to gratify, never to 38 4, 25 | speak persuasively, and its object is to persuade, an eloquent 39 4, 25 | eloquence has not secured its object. Now in the subdued style, 40 4, 25 | there in attaining such an object as this last? They may desire 41 4, 25 | performances, where the object is not to instruct the hearer, 42 4, 26 | course, being its primary object. ~ 43 4, 28 | ill-conditioned mind is a more painful object than if his body too were


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