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enjoined 1
enjoining 2
enjoins 3
enjoy 34
enjoyed 9
enjoying 3
enjoyment 23
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35 understood
35 whose
34 art
34 enjoy
34 heart
34 here
34 light
St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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enjoy

   Book, Chapter
1 1, arg| and things which use and enjoy. The only object which ought 2 1, 3| used, others still which enjoy and use. Those things which 3 1, 3| We ourselves, again, who enjoy and use these things, being 4 1, 3| if we set ourselves to enjoy those which we ought to 5 1, 4| For to enjoy a thing is to rest with 6 1, 5| all, and common to all who enjoy Him, if He is an object, 7 1, 10| it is our duty fully to enjoy the truth which lives unchangeably, 8 1, 12| who in their eagerness to enjoy the creature instead of 9 1, 19| pure and happy, and shall enjoy unbroken peace. ~ 10 1, 22| former. We, however, who enjoy and use other things are 11 1, 22| question, whether men ought to enjoy, or to use, themselves, 12 1, 22| is for his own sake, we enjoy him; if it is for the sake 13 1, 22| unchangeable. And thus he does not enjoy himself at his best, because 14 1, 22| when he turns from that to enjoy even himself. Wherefore 15 1, 22| it were, for the wish to enjoy some other object, but that 16 1, 27| it is by the soul that we enjoy God. ~ 17 1, 29| Now of all who can with us enjoy God, we love partly those 18 1, 30| enjoyment of Him whom we long to enjoy; and the more we enjoy Him 19 1, 30| to enjoy; and the more we enjoy Him in this life as through 20 1, 30| pities us that we may fully enjoy Himself; we pity one another 21 1, 30| another that we may fully enjoy Him. ~ 22 1, 31| ground, when we say that we enjoy only that which we love 23 1, 31| that; for all the good we enjoy is either Himself, or what 24 1, 31| my goodness." He does not enjoy us then, but makes use of 25 1, 32| reward, that we should fully enjoy Him, and that all who enjoy 26 1, 32| enjoy Him, and that all who enjoy Him should enjoy one another 27 1, 32| all who enjoy Him should enjoy one another in Him. ~ 28 1, 33| rather than man that you enjoy. For you enjoy Him by whom 29 1, 33| that you enjoy. For you enjoy Him by whom you are made 30 1, 33| the immediate context to "enjoy" is used in the sense of 31 1, 33| language to say that you enjoy it. But if you cling to 32 1, 33| truly and properly said to enjoy it. And this we must never 33 1, 35| love of an object which can enjoy that other in fellowship 34 4, 21| beautiful, when thou can't not enjoy the pleasure of the lie


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