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28 day
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28 majestic
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28 question
28 saying
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St. Augustine
On Christian Doctrine

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power

   Book, Chapter
1 pref, 0| have attained a certain power of interpreting the sacred 2 pref, 0| object, it is out of my power to open men's eyes that 3 pref, 0| rightly believes, that this power is not his own, in the sense 4 1, 5 | the same majesty, the same power. In the Father is unity, 5 1, 10 | purified that it may have power to perceive that light, 6 1, 15 | us when He had it in His power thus to take it up again. 7 2, 7 | when, to the extent of his power, he has gazed upon this 8 2, 15 | much of the presence and power of the Holy Spirit in their 9 2, 15 | with the assistance of the power of King Ptolemy, made known 10 2, 16 | cleansing the lungs, nor the power it is said to have of piercing 11 2, 21 | either compelled by royal power or impelled by human folly 12 2, 38 | it is not in any man's power to determine at his pleasure 13 4, arg | to excel in eloquence and power of speech. After detailing 14 4, 2 | erroneous opinions, are by their power of speech to awe, to melt, 15 4, 5 | words, may gain strength and power from the confirming testimony 16 4, 10 | conversation any one has the power of asking a question; but 17 4, 13 | but to subdue him by the power of eloquence. ~ 18 4, 18 | without either eloquence or power, but in a subdued and humble 19 4, 19 | matters must be spoken of with power, and in a manner calculated 20 4, 19 | ought to speak out with power and impressiveness, show 21 4, 20 | subject, and is treated with power, and the ornaments of speech 22 4, 20 | the word of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of 23 4, 20 | treats this subject with both power and beauty: "We know," he 24 4, 21 | in these respects by the power of a majestic eloquence. ~ 25 4, 21 | thou wish to have greater power so as to bring to nought 26 4, 21 | pointedly, and with beauty and power of expression, many examples 27 4, 26 | of style, and persuasive power, we are not to understand 28 4, 26 | temperate, and persuasive power to the majestic. On the


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