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38 whatever
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37 like
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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hope

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| reading or preaching, in the hope that we shall be carried 2 pref, 0| proper objects of faith, hope, and love. And without doubt 3 1, arg | grace, we may await with hope the resurrection of the 4 1, arg | adding a few words about hope, he shows, in conclusion, 5 1, arg | conclusion, that faith, hope, and love are graces essentially 6 1, 1 | own strength; but since my hope of accomplishing the work 7 1, 15 | adding a great buttress of hope. For it clearly shows how 8 1, 15 | assurance, then, is the hope of believers animated, when 9 1, 19 | better pattern, so we must hope and believe that the body, 10 1, 22 | consists a happy life, the hope of which at least, if not 11 1, 22 | pronounced on him who places his hope in man. ~ 12 1, 33 | the road, and place our hope of happiness in man or angel. 13 1, 33 | and are glad to have the hope of others fixed upon them. 14 1, 33 | presence you place your hope of joy. And accordingly, 15 1, 33 | implied that he fixed his hope of happiness upon him, although 16 1, 37 | of morality, he comes to hope also that he shall attain 17 1, 37 | are subservient: faith, hope, love. ~ 18 1, 38 | shall displace faith; and hope shall be swallowed up in 19 1, 38 | to see! And if we love by hope that which as yet we have 20 1, 39 | He who is mature in faith hope and love, needs Scripture 21 1, 39 | who is resting upon faith, hope and love, and who keeps 22 1, 39 | says: "Now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three; but 23 1, 40 | conscience," in reference to hope; for, if a man has the burthen 24 1, 40 | are able to indulge the hope that our hope shall not 25 1, 40 | indulge the hope that our hope shall not be in vain. For 26 2, 7 | the knowledge of a good hope makes a man not boastful, 27 2, 9 | manner of life, to wit, hope and love, of which I have 28 2, 41 | with constancy to Him, to hope for heaven, and not to desecrate 29 3, 10 | Every man, moreover, has hope in his own conscience, so 30 3, 18 | design, that mere of good hope may learn the salutary lesson, 31 4, 7 | experience; and experience, hope: and hope maketh not ashamed; 32 4, 7 | and experience, hope: and hope maketh not ashamed; because 33 4, 7 | experience out of patience, and hope out of experience. Another 34 4, 7 | third, "and experience, hope." Then the period which 35 4, 7 | which the first is, "and hope maketh not ashamed;" the 36 4, 18 | doing works of mercy in hope of an eternal reward? ~ 37 4, 20 | serving the Lord; rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation;


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