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lies 10
life 88
lift 3
light 34
lightning 1
lights 1
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34 enjoy
34 heart
34 here
34 light
34 need
34 passages
33 according
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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light

   Book, Chapter
1 1, 9| that the splendour of its light, so clear and so near, is 2 1, 10| have power to perceive that light, and to rest in it when 3 1, 23| away from the unchangeable Light, the Ruler of all things, 4 1, 24| an uncorrupted and very light body, that they want. But 5 1, 31| as to the fact that the light stands in no need of the 6 1, 40| far as God shall give me light, the subject of signs. ~ 7 2, 7| cannot endure that matchless light, then in the fifth step 8 2, 7| But yet, although that light may begin to appear clearer, 9 2, 9| plainer expressions to throw light upon the more obscure, and 10 2, 12| of texts has often thrown light upon some of the more obscure 11 2, 16| its assailants how much light it throws upon the meaning 12 2, 16| nature of the serpent throws light upon many metaphors which 13 2, 16| shines in the dark, throws light upon many of the dark places 14 2, 38| ingenious men brought to light. ~ 15 2, 41| is easy, and my burden is light." To whom is it light but 16 2, 41| is light." To whom is it light but to the meek and lowly 17 2, 42| Christ, and loaded with His light burden, rooted and grounded 18 3, 1| greater clearness of the light he enjoys, he shall laugh 19 3, 5| it may drink in eternal light. ~ 20 3, 14| were able to awake into the light of wisdom have thought that 21 3, 19| flattery, and so become so light that a breath of rumour, 22 3, 28| far safer to walk by the light of Holy Scripture; so that 23 3, 29| called lucus from its want of light; or it is customary to use 24 3, 29| obscure passages have had light thrown upon them. ~ 25 3, 30| these rules as pathways of light, be preserved from going 26 3, 32| known; I will make darkness light before them, and crooked 27 3, 37| far as God has given me light, the means of communicating 28 4, 7| pleasure when brought to light. In this place, however, 29 4, 10| pleasure when he throws light upon points on which people 30 4, 12| when they are brought to light and exposed. It is not, 31 4, 20| us put on the armour of light. Let us walk honestly, as 32 4, 21| dark recess within, as the light of a lamp set inside sheds 33 4, 26| and throws an unexpected light upon them; when it worms 34 4, 26| worms out and brings to light some very acute observations


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