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1 pref, 0| of the sacred writings, but also from themselves opening 2 pref, 0| meditations on this subject. But before I enter upon this 3 pref, 0| not necessary for any one, but that everything rightly 4 pref, 0| just able to see my finger, but cannot see the stars at 5 pref, 0| But now as to those who talk 6 pref, 0| But if any one thinks that these 7 pref, 0| from the apostle's hands, but was also instructed by him 8 pref, 0| instrumentality of angels, but the condition of our race 9 pref, 0| oracles from His human temple, but communicated everything 10 pref, 0| the man who devised it, but to Him who is the Truth, 11 pref, 0| originating with himself, but is the gift of God. For 12 pref, 0| God's glory, not his own. But reading and understanding, 13 pref, 0| only what they understand, but also the rules of interpretation 14 pref, 0| open the secret to him, but, holding fast by certain 15 1, arg | is not to rest in them, but to have reference to God. 16 1, arg | enjoyment to God: he uses us, but for our own advantage. He 17 1, 1 | counting on my own strength; but since my hope of accomplishing 18 1, 1 | this subject, I do not fear but that He will go on to supply 19 1, 1 | among the hungry people. But when once they began to 20 1, 2 | about things or about signs; but things are learnt by means 21 1, 2 | first and signs afterwards. But we must carefully remember 22 1, 4 | enjoyment is to commence. But the beauty of the country 23 1, 5 | the Father nor the Son: but the Father is only Father, 24 1, 6 | that God is unspeakable? But what I have said, if it 25 1, 6 | knowledge of His nature; but yet all who know the Latin 26 1, 7 | supreme above the rest, but that there are many or even 27 1, 8 | foolish, at another time wise, but on the contrary is wisdom 28 1, 8 | attaining wisdom, unwise. But wisdom itself never was 29 1, 9 | the other hand, who sees, but shrinks from this truth, 30 1, 10 | Him who is in every place, but by the cultivation of pure 31 1, 11 | But of this we should have been 32 1, 11 | was looked upon as weak. But "the foolishness of God 33 1, 12 | sense of traversing space, but because He appeared to mortal 34 1, 12 | world was made by Him." But, because men, who in their 35 1, 13 | In what way did He come but this, "The Word was made 36 1, 13 | lose itself in the sound, but remains complete in itself, 37 1, 14 | it not in a slovenly way, but carefully, that there may 38 1, 14 | same bandage to all limbs, but puts like to like; in the 39 1, 14 | former was called wisdom, but was in reality the folly 40 1, 14 | latter is called foolishness, but is true wisdom in those 41 1, 15 | not only without a murmur, but even with delight? ~ 42 1, 17 | that lies through space, but through a change of affections, 43 1, 18 | not be remitted to him; but that whosoever should believe, 44 1, 19 | for that is impossible), but that this corruptible shall 45 1, 20 | for a heavenly habitation, but to endure the penalty of 46 1, 21 | suffers complete extinction, but that the wicked rise again 47 1, 22 | in which he is clothed, but as respects the rational 48 1, 22 | commanded to love one another: but it is a question whether 49 1, 22 | comfort in the present time. But a curse is pronounced on 50 1, 22 | himself for his own sake, but for the sake of Him who 51 1, 22 | himself in relation to God, but turns his mind in upon himself, 52 1, 22 | yourself for your own sake, but for His in whom your love 53 1, 22 | thy neighbour as thyself;" but, "Thou shalt love God with 54 1, 22 | enjoy some other object, but that whatever else may suggest 55 1, 23 | all, however, to be loved, but those only which are either 56 1, 23 | own body; and so it cannot but love both itself and its 57 1, 23 | to the unchangeable God. But when it aspires to lord 58 1, 24 | ever raised by any sect. But neither does any man hate 59 1, 24 | For it is not their body, but its corruptions and its 60 1, 24 | And so it is not no body, but an uncorrupted and very 61 1, 24 | light body, that they want. But they think a body of that 62 1, 24 | may get rid of their body, but that they may have it in 63 1, 24 | not to destroy the body, but to eradicate the lust of 64 1, 24 | struggling, not in hatred, but for the mastery, because 65 1, 24 | struggling, not in hatred, but because of the bondage of 66 1, 24 | own flesh." He adds too, "but nourisheth and cherisheth 67 1, 25 | something more than his body, but does not therefore hate 68 1, 25 | good to himself, nobody but a fool would doubt. He is 69 1, 25 | they valued more highly. But no one is to be told not 70 1, 25 | and desires to heap up, but it is because he values 71 1, 25 | on a point so very plain, but this is just what the error 72 1, 26 | and what is beneath us but connected with us, through 73 1, 27 | as a man for God's sake; but God is to be loved for His 74 1, 28 | are to be loved equally. But since you cannot do good 75 1, 29 | not for their own sakes, but for the sake of him whom 76 1, 29 | for any gain to Himself, but that those who love Him 77 1, 29 | away from us what we love; but we pity them rather, because 78 1, 30 | long for its termination. But it is not irrational to 79 1, 30 | his goods. And as nobody but a fool would say this, it 80 1, 30 | But now, if every one to whom 81 1, 30 | been my friend or brother." But as the Divine nature is 82 1, 30 | account of His own goodness, but we show pity to one another 83 1, 31 | does not enjoy us then, but makes use of us. For if 84 1, 32 | But neither does He use after 85 1, 32 | reference to His own advantage, but to ours only; and, so far 86 1, 32 | his advantage we do so; but somehow or other our own 87 1, 33 | others fixed upon them. But, on the contrary, the holy 88 1, 33 | neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase." 89 1, 33 | But when you have joy of a man 90 1, 33 | not added "in the Lord," but had only said, "Let me have 91 1, 33 | to say that you enjoy it. But if you cling to it, and 92 1, 34 | had completed the journey, but also to be Himself the way 93 1, 34 | is willing to detain us, but wishes us rather to press 94 1, 35 | were a good to rest in, but with a transient feeling 95 1, 36 | Scriptures, or any part of them, but puts such an interpretation 96 1, 36 | people who intend to deceive, but nobody who wishes to be 97 1, 36 | writer intended, goes astray, but not through any falsehood 98 1, 36 | mistake quits the high road, but yet reaches through the 99 1, 37 | does not believe to exist. But if he both believes and 100 1, 38 | But sight shall displace faith; 101 1, 39 | hope, charity, these three; but the greatest of these is 102 1, 40 | against anything being loved but that which is worthy of 103 2, 1 | against attending to anything but what they are in themselves, 104 2, 1 | they are in themselves, but to the fact that they are 105 2, 1 | it a sign that it is so, but through attention to experience 106 2, 1 | beneath, even when nothing but smoke can be seen. And the 107 2, 1 | design to discuss at present. But as it comes under this division 108 2, 3 | frequently give not only a sweet but a significant sound, yet 109 2, 3 | wanting in significance. But the countless multitude 110 2, 3 | have briefly touched upon, but I could by no effort express 111 2, 4 | But because words pass away 112 2, 4 | not of course as sounds, but by means of certain signs. 113 2, 4 | having not their minds only, but their tongues besides, thrown 114 2, 6 | But hasty and careless readers 115 2, 6 | But why I view them with greater 116 2, 6 | finding. For those who seek but do not find suffer from 117 2, 7 | find nothing else in them but that God is to be loved 118 2, 7 | which gives him no option but to believe in and submit 119 2, 7 | makes a man not boastful, but sorrowful. And in this frame 120 2, 7 | to it they see Him not. But yet, although that light 121 2, 7 | not only more tolerable, but even more delightful, still 122 2, 8 | But let us now go back to consider 123 2, 8 | not following one another, but running parallel, so to 124 2, 8 | certain resemblance of style, but the most likely opinion 125 2, 9 | counts for a great deal; but if the memory be defective, 126 2, 10 | ordinarily called by that name; but then further by that ox 127 2, 11 | Hosanna that of a joyful man. But the knowledge of these languages 128 2, 11 | to mark and to ask about, but, as has been said, on account 129 2, 11 | into Greek can be counted, but the Latin translators are 130 2, 12 | in sight, and is abiding, but faith feeds us as babes, 131 2, 12 | which does not pass away, but abides, our understanding 132 2, 12 | ye shall not understand;" but the other, "If ye will not 133 2, 12 | as this are not obscure, but false; and there is a wide 134 2, 12 | learn not to interpret, but to correct texts of this 135 2, 13 | But since we do not clearly 136 2, 13 | because these are sufficient, but because we may use them 137 2, 13 | For not only single words, but often whole phrases are 138 2, 13 | way, what is a barbarism but the pronouncing of a word 139 2, 13 | which tend to edification, but in that of signs, by which 140 2, 13 | floriet sanctificatio mea" (But upon himself shall my holiness 141 2, 13 | should say, not fliriet, but florebit. Nor does anything 142 2, 13 | with a right understanding. But take, on the other hand, 143 2, 13 | attain to the true meaning, but still a man of slower intelligence 144 2, 13 | faulty in the Latin tongue, but it is ambiguous too, as 145 2, 13 | stronger than that of God. But indeed even the expression " 146 2, 14 | have learnt from Scripture, but which are not to be found 147 2, 15 | number of men there was but one voice. And if, as is 148 2, 15 | suitable for the Gentiles. But nevertheless, as I said 149 2, 16 | conveys a secret sense; but yet if the evangelist had 150 2, 16 | if I may so speak, cannot but be anxious, for example, 151 2, 16 | Lord put on, not a false, but a true and human body. And 152 2, 17 | that begat the nine Muses, but three artists created three 153 2, 17 | of any of the citizens, but because it was obvious to 154 2, 18 | But whether the fact is as Varro 155 2, 18 | justice and virtue. Nay, but let every good and true 156 2, 18 | neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, 157 2, 19 | But to explain more fully this 158 2, 20 | And to this class belong, but with a bolder reach of deception, 159 2, 20 | the condition of the body, but to certain signs hidden 160 2, 20 | superstitious observances, but to be taking advantage of 161 2, 20 | are walking side by side. But it is delightful that the 162 2, 20 | replied, "That is not strange, but it would have been very 163 2, 21 | attention to birthdays, but are now commonly called 164 2, 21 | the names they now bear. But as the men were dead whose 165 2, 21 | men themselves to heaven. But whatever they may be called 166 2, 22 | But to desire to predict the 167 2, 22 | do or what they suffer, but often meet with fates so 168 2, 22 | the same constellation. But what a difference there 169 2, 22 | he looks into anxiously but in vain? And so these notions 170 2, 23 | profess them speak lies, but it says, "Even if what they 171 2, 23 | spirit on that account, but rebuked and cast it out, 172 2, 23 | anything," says the apostle; "but because the things which 173 2, 23 | towards God and our neighbour, but they waste the hearts of 174 2, 24 | were, the common language, but they are all full of hurtful 175 2, 24 | that they were attended to, but it was by attending to and 176 2, 24 | the Latins, not by nature, but by agreement and prearrangement 177 2, 24 | were already significant, but on the contrary they are 178 2, 25 | But when all these have been 179 2, 25 | association with devils, but by men in association with 180 2, 25 | the things they signify. But because one thing may resemble 181 2, 25 | But in regard to pictures and 182 2, 25 | executed by skilled artists, but every one, as soon as he 183 2, 25 | by any means to neglect, but on the contrary should pay 184 2, 27 | But, coming to the next point, 185 2, 27 | arrangements of their own, but as the resell of investigation 186 2, 28 | age when He was baptized; but the number of years He lived 187 2, 28 | faithfully and with advantage; but the books of the haruspices, 188 2, 29 | description, in which not a past but an existing state of things 189 2, 29 | efficacious it may seem to be. But when the reason why a thing 190 2, 29 | not a matter of narration, but of description. Very few 191 2, 29 | of forebodings and omens, but by way of sure calculation; 192 2, 29 | fashion of the genethliaci, but only as to the motions of 193 2, 30 | do not touch at present), but with a view to forming a 194 2, 31 | not to the bodily senses, but to the intellect, among 195 2, 31 | deceive not only dull people, but clever men too, when they 196 2, 31 | not intended to entrap, but only aims at verbal ornamentation 197 2, 31 | vain who had believed it. But all these false inferences 198 2, 31 | drawn not only from true but from false propositions, 199 2, 31 | the pale of the Church. But the truth of propositions 200 2, 32 | sequence is not devised but only observed by man~ 201 2, 32 | a thing devised by men, but is observed and noted by 202 2, 32 | says what is most true; but he does not himself make 203 2, 32 | Then Christ is not risen." But this consequence is false, 204 2, 32 | antecedent is also false. But the antecedent is, that 205 2, 32 | then is Christ not risen; but Christ is risen, therefore 206 2, 32 | removed, is not made by man, but only pointed out by him. 207 2, 33 | conclusion arrived at is true. But in the case of false conclusions, 208 2, 33 | this conclusion is false, but it is a true and valid inference 209 2, 33 | its truth. Then he adds, "But he is not just;" and when 210 2, 33 | an orator, he is a man." But if we add, "He is not an 211 2, 34 | connection with one another; but when propositions that we 212 2, 35 | framed by man's device, but is evolved from the reason 213 2, 35 | under any circumstances; but he who says that it rained 214 2, 36 | persuading men of what is false; but as they can be used to enforce 215 2, 36 | itself that is to be blamed, but the perversity of those 216 2, 37 | when it is ascertained. But the art previously spoken 217 2, 37 | cannot walk in any other way; but men find it easier to walk 218 2, 37 | not see the unsoundness, but much less does he grasp 219 2, 38 | of numbers not created, but only discovered, by man~ 220 2, 38 | was not created by man, but was discovered by investigation. 221 2, 38 | which were not made by man, but which the acuteness of ingenious 222 2, 38 | may seem to be learned, but wise he cannot in any sense 223 2, 39 | the happiness they seek; but soberly and carefully to 224 2, 39 | unnecessary and luxurious. But for the sake of the necessities 225 2, 39 | and learned Christians), but are either lost amid the 226 2, 39 | the theory of reasoning; but it seems to me it cannot, 227 2, 40 | only not to shrink from it, but to claim it for our own 228 2, 40 | Israel hated and fled from, but also vessels and ornaments 229 2, 40 | on their own authority, but by the command of God, the 230 2, 40 | ought to abhor and avoid; but they contain also liberal 231 2, 40 | did not create themselves, but dug out of the mines of 232 2, 40 | the vain worship of idols. But they gave their gold and 233 2, 41 | But when the student of the 234 2, 41 | Knowledge puffeth up, but charity edifieth." For so 235 2, 41 | light." To whom is it light but to the meek and lowly in 236 2, 41 | knowledge does not puff up, but charity edifieth? Let them 237 2, 42 | But just as poor as the store 238 2, 42 | to be found nowhere else, but can be learnt only in the 239 3, 1 | point out as childish), but yet, as I was going to say, 240 3, 2 | But when proper words make Scripture 241 3, 2 | first book about things. But if both readings, or all 242 3, 2 | confess that the Word was God. But this must be rejected by 243 3, 2 | But the following ambiguity 244 3, 2 | and to be with Christ]. But since there follows "multo 245 3, 2 | in a strait betwixt two, but also to have a desire for 246 3, 3 | they will remain doubtful, but so that the reader will 247 3, 3 | Christ Jesus who died." But as it would be the height 248 3, 3 | admits of many answers, but to an interrogative the 249 3, 3 | the succeeding context. But with whatever tone of voice 250 3, 3 | difference can be made. But neither sense is opposed 251 3, 3 | find not "stome" [mouth], but "osteon" [bone]. And for 252 3, 3 | passage in better Latin but the sense less clear. But 253 3, 3 | but the sense less clear. But sometimes when the sound 254 3, 3 | pronounced long or short. But as it is, it is clear that 255 3, 3 | not say, sicut praedicavi, but sicut praedixi. ~ 256 3, 4 | And not only these, but also those ambiguities that 257 3, 4 | faith to take it either way. But in the Greek language the 258 3, 4 | the words less literally, but there would have been less 259 3, 4 | habuimus fratres in vobis", But this is a rather dangerous 260 3, 5 | But the ambiguities of metaphorical 261 3, 5 | too: "The letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life." 262 3, 5 | secondary signification; but, if he hears of the Sabbath, 263 3, 5 | example, thinks of nothing but the one day out of seven 264 3, 6 | was God, or came from God. But those who did believe, from 265 3, 6 | temple they were serving was but the earthly type. ~ 266 3, 7 | to be considered a god, but only as representing the 267 3, 7 | it is not food for men, but for swine. He who knows 268 3, 7 | gods of the works of God. But the command is that we should 269 3, 8 | their slavery to such signs, but brought to nothing and cleared 270 3, 8 | signs of a useful kind, but rather that they might exercise 271 3, 9 | which is seen and temporal, but that to which all such signs 272 3, 9 | consolations of the Scriptures. But at the present time, after 273 3, 9 | which we now understand, but our Lord Himself, and apostolic 274 3, 9 | them not in carnal bondage, but in spiritual freedom. Now, 275 3, 9 | understand what a sign signifies, but yet knows that it is a sign, 276 3, 9 | be in bondage to unknown but useful signs than, by interpreting 277 3, 10 | But in addition to the foregoing 278 3, 10 | But as men are prone to estimate 279 3, 10 | their inherent sinfulness, but rather by reference to their 280 3, 10 | Scripture asserts nothing but the catholic faith, in regard 281 3, 10 | description of the present. But all these tend to nourish 282 3, 10 | and body, is called vice; but what it does to injure another 283 3, 10 | all sins may be divided. But the vices come first; for 284 3, 10 | own advantage is prudence; but what it does with a view 285 3, 11 | saying of the apostle: "But, after thy hardness and 286 3, 11 | immortality, eternal life; but unto them that are contentious, 287 3, 11 | and do not obey the truth, but obey unrighteousness, indignation 288 3, 11 | and also of the Gentile." But this is addressed to those 289 3, 11 | of God" and "crucified." But these are not so numerous, 290 3, 11 | properly called figurative. But in the saying addressed 291 3, 12 | the use of the objects, but the lust of the user, that 292 3, 12 | commoner kinds of food, but it does not follow that 293 3, 12 | nature of the things we use, but our reason for using them, 294 3, 12 | way become more fruitful, but, on the contrary, it is 295 3, 12 | historical and literal, but also in its figurative and 296 3, 12 | furnished with sleeves, but now it is disgraceful for 297 3, 12 | those among whom we live, but frequently also transgressing 298 3, 14 | But when men unacquainted with 299 3, 14 | thing as absolute right, but that every nation took its 300 3, 16 | command to do a kindness. But in what follows, "for in 301 3, 16 | duty to care for his life, but that He says in a figurative 302 3, 17 | not to be taken literally, but figuratively; and if he 303 3, 17 | state of health as a whole, but also upon the special weakness 304 3, 18 | not of casting stones away but of gathering them together 305 3, 18 | this my sister for lust, but uprightly: therefore have 306 3, 19 | But those who, giving the rein 307 3, 19 | procreation of children, but with the shameless license 308 3, 19 | temperance, looking to nothing but the duty, necessary in the 309 3, 19 | But these same men might say 310 3, 19 | by the stings of insult; but let them not measure others 311 3, 20 | reports of their persecutors. But the apostles used all these 312 3, 21 | But when King David had suffered 313 3, 21 | him in his mad passion, but mourned over him in his 314 3, 21 | was not his own injuries but the sins of his son that 315 3, 21 | because of his own loss, but because he knew to what 316 3, 21 | of the poor man who had but one ewe-lamb, and whose 317 3, 21 | to take of his own flock, but set his poor neighbour's 318 3, 21 | his sin in deep penitence. But yet in this parable it was 319 3, 21 | in regard to one woman. But in his case the immoderate 320 3, 21 | take up its abode with him, but was only a passing guest. 321 3, 21 | make a feast for his king, but for his guest. In the case 322 3, 21 | pass away like a guest, but reigned as a king. And about 323 3, 21 | Scripture is not silent, but accuses him of being a lover 324 3, 21 | with a desire for wisdom, but after he had attained it 325 3, 22 | taken not literally only, but figuratively as well, nevertheless 326 3, 22 | figure to its interpretation, but let him not transfer the 327 3, 25 | But as there are many ways in 328 3, 25 | denotes the wrath of God, but not to the last extremity 329 3, 25 | taken, not in opposite, but only in different significations: 330 3, 25 | in their signification, but each one of them denotes 331 3, 25 | them denotes not two only but sometimes even several different 332 3, 26 | it as signifying nothing but the favour of God. For we 333 3, 27 | some one interpretation, but two or more interpretations 334 3, 27 | meaning from the words, but one that is not opposed 335 3, 28 | the evidence of reason. But this is a dangerous practice. 336 3, 29 | understanding Scripture. But this is not the place to 337 3, 29 | which we have of them all), but the very names as well: 338 3, 29 | have learnt no grammar, but are content to use the vulgar 339 3, 29 | badly, "You are doing well." But it is not by the tone of 340 3, 29 | of what the words convey; but either the words in which 341 3, 30 | of the sacred writings; but still they do not explain 342 3, 30 | shut shall be laid open," but, "Many things that are shut 343 3, 30 | the author falls as a man, but chiefly on account of the 344 3, 31 | Abraham's seed," when there is but one seed of Abraham, and 345 3, 32 | of the body of the Lord; but this indeed is not a suitable 346 3, 32 | of Solomon, "I am black, but comely, as the tents of 347 3, 32 | black as the tents of Cedar, but am *now* comely as the curtains 348 3, 32 | different from the former; but as the two sets are for 349 3, 33 | up this point were good, but not complete. For, in discussing 350 3, 33 | as the reward of faith, but that faith itself was so 351 3, 33 | the Lord Jesus Christ." But he had not come into contact 352 3, 33 | only to believe on Him, but also to suffer for His sake." 353 3, 33 | besides which prove this. But I am not now treating of 354 3, 34 | regard to a single city, but in regard to a single province, 355 3, 34 | applied to all nations; but in regard to Judea also, 356 3, 34 | contains numerous cities, but still is not the whole world, 357 3, 34 | is not the whole world, but only a part of it, things 358 3, 34 | even to it exclusively. But when Scripture, having up 359 3, 34 | applying to the same peep]e. But when the prophet begins 360 3, 34 | of them shall be saved," but also the other nations which 361 3, 34 | written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living 362 3, 34 | not in tables of stone, but in fleshy tables of the 363 3, 34 | made up, not of one nation, but of all the nations which 364 3, 34 | in feeling, not in race; but the prophet, in his depth 365 3, 34 | as if we were enemies, but that he deals with us as 366 3, 34 | to Israel after the flesh but spiritually, as referring 367 3, 34 | according to our works, but according to His own purpose 368 3, 34 | before the world began; but is now made manifest by 369 3, 35 | settled by these numbers, but that their significance 370 3, 35 | not reference to times, but to men. ~ 371 3, 36 | which had been already told, but which in the strict order 372 3, 36 | one language in common; but this is evidently inconsistent 373 3, 37 | manifestly out of the way, but of those also who, though 374 3, 37 | remember them accurately, but also, what is especially 375 3, 37 | if it is wedded to piety. But about signs, so far as relates 376 4, 1 | think such rules of no use, but that whatever use they have 377 4, 3 | But the theories and rules on 378 4, 3 | at a fit and proper age. But only by those who can learn 379 4, 3 | usefulness in the Church, but only those who are not yet 380 4, 3 | he does not aim at this, but is solely intent on the 381 4, 3 | many who have learnt these; but we know no one who is eloquent 382 4, 4 | probable in the future. But once that his hearers are 383 4, 5 | But as some men employ these 384 4, 5 | speak with eloquence too. But we must beware of the man 385 4, 5 | committing them to memory, but by understanding them aright 386 4, 5 | read to remember the words, but are careless about knowing 387 4, 5 | retentive of the words, but see with the eyes of the 388 4, 5 | please by his mode of speech. But if a man desire to speak 389 4, 5 | speak not only with wisdom, but with eloquence also (and 390 4, 5 | not only with eloquence, but with wisdom also. For eloquent 391 4, 5 | multitude of the eloquent, but "the multitude of the wise 392 4, 5 | avoid unwholesome sweets. But what is better than wholesome 393 4, 5 | Scriptures, not only with wisdom, but with eloquence as well; 394 4, 6 | that nothing can be wiser, but also that nothing can be 395 4, 6 | not from empty inflation, but from solid merit) as it 396 4, 6 | apparent, I have no doubt but that it is of the same kind 397 4, 6 | the discovery of truth. but also by the exercise of 398 4, 6 | because of its majesty, but because of its inflation), 399 4, 6 | the blessed world above. But it is not the qualities 400 4, 7 | sections (membra et caesa), but the Greeks "koola" and " 401 4, 7 | which is given unto us." But these and other matters 402 4, 7 | how eloquently he speaks! But wisdom is his guide, eloquence 403 4, 7 | speak it not after the Lord, but as it were foolishly, in 404 4, 7 | speak it not after the Lord, but as it were foolishly, in 405 4, 7 | seed of Abraham? so am I." But a fourth section being put 406 4, 7 | another section (caesum) but in a clause (membrum): " 407 4, 7 | because they do not possess, but because they do not display, 408 4, 7 | But perhaps some one is thinking 409 4, 7 | am indeed rude in speech, but not in knowledge," we could 410 4, 7 | compelled to explain the matter, but only to commend the style. 411 4, 7 | in their translation;) but I shall follow the translation 412 4, 7 | of the speaker's voice. But it is more beautiful as 413 4, 7 | and not now speaking to, but of, these men, and to show 414 4, 7 | instruments of music like David;" but he first addresses to themselves 415 4, 7 | But now as to the sentence which 416 4, 7 | affliction of their brother;" but to put Joseph for brother, 417 4, 7 | learnt and used to teach. But how beautiful it is, and 418 4, 7 | have chosen as an example. But an intelligent reader will 419 4, 7 | composed by man's art and care, but it flowed forth in wisdom 420 4, 7 | writers are not only wise but eloquent also, with an eloquence 421 4, 8 | But although I take some examples 422 4, 8 | are themselves regarded, but coming next to it. The expositors 423 4, 8 | as of the same authority; but they ought in all their 424 4, 8 | their manner of expression, but in the difficulty and subtilty 425 4, 10 | becoming obscure or ambiguous, but which when used according 426 4, 10 | in the way the learned, but rather in the way the unlearned 427 4, 10 | the singular of "ossa", but as the singular of "ora", 428 4, 10 | person or with several, but much more in the case of 429 4, 10 | power of asking a question; but when all are silent that 430 4, 10 | to the things themselves, but to the way in which they 431 4, 10 | acquaintance with them, but reread with delight by those 432 4, 10 | reminded of it he is taught. But I am not now treating of 433 4, 10 | required further explanation; but perhaps some trouble may 434 4, 11 | teacher must speak clearly, but not inelegantly~ 435 4, 11 | do what they shrank from, but in making clear what was 436 4, 11 | intellects not to love words, but the truth in words. For 437 4, 11 | is shut is all we want? But as there is a certain analogy 438 4, 12 | his manner of saying it. But if he wishes to delight 439 4, 12 | any shape no matter what, but for that purpose the style 440 4, 12 | them what they ought to do, but urging them to do what they 441 4, 12 | either to do or not to do. But who would say that it is 442 4, 12 | of itself give pleasure; but the truth itself, when exhibited 443 4, 12 | falsity that gives pleasure; but as it is true that they 444 4, 13 | But for the sake at those who 445 4, 13 | to keep up the attention, but he must also sway the mind 446 4, 13 | of style, nothing remains but to subdue him by the power 447 4, 14 | is it not our duty to do, but it is our duty to shun and 448 4, 14 | view to gaining assent, but merely for the sake of being 449 4, 14 | being read with pleasure. But may God avert from His Church 450 4, 14 | listened to with pleasure. But this, of course, cannot 451 4, 14 | says nothing that is false, but which buries small and unimportant 452 4, 14 | sought after with eagerness, but is not attained without 453 4, 14 | exuberance of language here; but it is too florid to be pleasing 454 4, 14 | pleasing to serious minds. But people who are fond of this 455 4, 14 | that men who do not use it, but employ a more chastened 456 4, 15 | is suitable for a divine. But when the hour for speech 457 4, 15 | it is not ye that speak, but the Spirit of your Father 458 4, 16 | there: "Rebuke not an elder, but entreat him as a father?" 459 4, 16 | There, too, he says: "But speak thou the things which 460 4, 16 | anything, nor he who watereth, but God who giveth the increase? 461 4, 16 | as teacher to disciple: "But continue thou in the things 462 4, 18 | judgment upon anything, but only to give him pleasure, 463 4, 18 | that not their temporal but their eternal salvation, 464 4, 18 | least, then, is very little; but to be faithful in that which 465 4, 18 | affairs (and what were these but matters of money?), he says: " 466 4, 18 | judge between his brethren? But brother goes to law with 467 4, 18 | his hands? God forbid. No; but all this is done for the 468 4, 18 | matters of little moment. But we are treating of the manner 469 4, 18 | either eloquence or power, but in a subdued and humble 470 4, 19 | them in a majestic tone, but in a subdued tone when he 471 4, 19 | speaking to those who ought, but are not willing, to do it, 472 4, 19 | he may learn something? But when we come to praise God, 473 4, 19 | praise Him in some measure! But if He be not worshipped, 474 4, 20 | But now to come to something 475 4, 20 | the other by a free woman. But he who was of the bond woman 476 4, 20 | was born after the flesh; but he of the free woman was 477 4, 20 | bondage with her children. But Jerusalem which is above 478 4, 20 | manner of men: Though it be but a man's covenant, yet if 479 4, 20 | And to seeds, as of many; but as of one, And to thy seed, 480 4, 20 | it is no more of promise: but God gave it to Abraham by 481 4, 20 | is not a mediator of one; but God is one." And here an 482 4, 20 | should have been by the law. But the Scripture has concluded 483 4, 20 | difficulties of questions, but also, while doing this, 484 4, 20 | to a man who is present but says nothing about it, it 485 4, 20 | style: "Rebuke not an elder, but entreat him as a father; 486 4, 20 | Mind not high things, but condescend to men of low 487 4, 20 | members: "Owe no man anything, but to love one another." And 488 4, 20 | not in strife and envying: but put ye on the Lord Jesus 489 4, 20 | more harmonious ending; but our translator, with more 490 4, 20 | beautiful even in our language, but especially beautiful in 491 4, 20 | which they boast so much. But care must be taken that, 492 4, 20 | ornaments that the other does; but if they do not happen to 493 4, 20 | because they are costly, but because they are arms; and 494 4, 20 | ministry be not blamed: but in all things approving 495 4, 20 | spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for us 496 4, 20 | cannot be called anything but powerful: "Ye observe days, 497 4, 20 | despised not, nor rejected; but received me as an angel 498 4, 20 | They zealously affect you, but not well; yea, they would 499 4, 20 | that ye might affect them. But it is good to be zealously 500 4, 21 | But these writings of the apostles,


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