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1 pref, 0| dependent on some one else, when he finds a book, to tell 2 1, 1 | making known the meaning when it is ascertained. We shall 3 1, 1 | supply what is yet wanting when once I have begun to use 4 1, 1 | among the hungry people. But when once they began to distribute 5 1, 2 | things and signs, I shall, when I speak of things, speak 6 1, 6 | the Latin tongue are led, when that sound reaches their 7 1, 7 | For when the one supreme God of gods 8 1, 8 | and animated by it. Then, when they go on to look into 9 1, 10 | light, and to rest in it when it is perceived. And let 10 1, 11 | humanity. Yet, since we when we come to Him do wisely, 11 1, 11 | come to Him do wisely, He when He came to us was considered 12 1, 11 | foolishly. And since we when we come to Him become strong, 13 1, 11 | to Him become strong, He when He came to us was looked 14 1, 12 | present to the inner eye when it is sound and clear, He 15 1, 13 | dwelt among us"? Just as when we speak, in order that 16 1, 14 | them. And just as surgeons, when they bind up wounds, do 17 1, 15 | laid down His life for us when He had it in His power thus 18 1, 15 | hope of believers animated, when they reflect how great He 19 1, 15 | were still in unbelief! And when men look for Him to come 20 1, 15 | will bestow at the last, when we consider that for our 21 1, 16 | wholesome afflictions, that when He has transplanted it from 22 1, 17 | Further, when we are on the way, and that 23 1, 18 | for him than to be evil, when he has ceased to have faith 24 1, 20 | conformed to the truth, falls when the body dies into a more 25 1, 22 | never in so good a state as when his whole life is a journey 26 1, 22 | best, because he is better when his mind is fully fixed 27 1, 22 | unchangeable good, than when he turns from that to enjoy 28 1, 22 | all that you bring. For when He says, "With all thy heart, 29 1, 23 | the unchangeable God. But when it aspires to lord it even 30 1, 24 | hated his own flesh." And when some people say that they 31 1, 24 | statement of the apostle when he says, "No man ever yet 32 1, 26 | commandments. For though, when the love of God comes first, 33 1, 26 | love for ourselves; yet when it is said, "Thou shalt 34 1, 30 | by the Apostle Paul. For when the man to whom our Lord 35 1, 30 | admitted the truth of this when he was himself interrogated 36 1, 30 | offices of mercy may be denied when our Lord extends the rule 37 1, 30 | the Apostle Paul teaches when he says: "For this, Thou 38 1, 31 | And on this ground, when we say that we enjoy only 39 1, 32 | our fashion of using. For when we use objects, we do so 40 1, 32 | reference only to His goodness. When we take pity upon a man 41 1, 33 | and the holy angel, even when we are weary and anxious 42 1, 33 | But when you have joy of a man in 43 1, 33 | use with delight." For when the thing that we love is 44 1, 34 | And mark that even when He who is Himself the Truth 45 1, 34 | come, in me they rest. For when we come to Him, we come 46 1, 34 | should detain us on the way, when not even our Lord Himself, 47 1, 38 | hand, shall wax greater when these others fail. For if 48 1, 38 | much more shall we love it when we begin to see! And if 49 1, 38 | much more shall we love it when we reach it! For there is 50 1, 38 | loved with greater ardour when it is in possession than 51 1, 38 | comparatively worthless when he finds it of less value 52 1, 38 | any man may set upon it when he is on his way to possess 53 1, 38 | possess it, he will find it, when it comes into his possession, 54 1, 39 | these is charity:" because, when a man shall have reached 55 2, 1 | As when I was writing about things, 56 2, 1 | something else, so now, when I come in its turn to discuss 57 2, 1 | consequence of itself: as when we see a footprint, we conclude 58 2, 1 | this is has passed by; and when we see smoke, we know that 59 2, 1 | there is fire beneath; and when we hear the voice of a living 60 2, 1 | feeling in his mind; and when the trumpet sounds, soldiers 61 2, 1 | as, for example, smoke when it indicates fire. For it 62 2, 1 | that fire is beneath, even when nothing but smoke can be 63 2, 2 | desires in their mind. For when the poultry-cock has discovered 64 2, 3 | to the other senses. For, when we nod, we give no sign 65 2, 3 | the sense of taste; and when by touching the hem of His 66 2, 6 | please his hearer so much as when he draws the same meaning 67 2, 6 | it is said of the Church, when it is being praised under 68 2, 6 | learn anything more than when he listens to the same thought 69 2, 6 | contemplating holy men, when I view them as the teeth 70 2, 7 | Holy Scripture, whether when understood it strikes at 71 2, 7 | at some of our sins, or, when not understood, we feel 72 2, 7 | touched in the previous book when I was treating about things. 73 2, 7 | And when, to the extent of his power, 74 2, 7 | love of his neighbour; and when he has reached the point 75 2, 8 | others with greater safety when built up in the belief of 76 2, 9 | previous book. After this, when we have made ourselves to 77 2, 10 | They are called proper when they are used to point out 78 2, 10 | point out, as we say bos when we mean an ox, because all 79 2, 10 | name. Signs are figurative when the things themselves which 80 2, 10 | the apostle's explanation, when it says: "Thou shalt not 81 2, 12 | ourselves, namely, the Word. When now the meaning of the two 82 2, 12 | despise our kinsmen, because when one brings the expression " 83 2, 12 | expression of the apostle, when he says, "If by any means 84 2, 13 | greater delight in things when even the signs of those 85 2, 14 | the corrected, at least when they are copies of the same 86 2, 16 | not acquainted with. And when these names have been investigated 87 2, 16 | expressions obscure, as when we do not know the nature 88 2, 16 | the dove brought with it when it returned to the ark, 89 2, 16 | this number ten, therefore, when it is placed before us in 90 2, 16 | connection with time, that is, when it is taken four times, 91 2, 16 | resurrection of our Lord, when the nets were cast out on 92 2, 16 | undefinable musical sound, and when referred to the structure 93 2, 17 | instruments that give their sound when struck. ~ 94 2, 18 | over and avoid men who, "when they knew God, glorified 95 2, 20 | fingers, or telling you when you hiccup to hold your 96 2, 20 | body should jump, or if, when friends are walking arm-in-arm, 97 2, 20 | tread upon the threshold when you go out in front of the 98 2, 20 | if any one should sneeze when you are putting on your 99 2, 20 | return home if you stumble when going to a place; when your 100 2, 20 | stumble when going to a place; when your clothes are eaten by 101 2, 20 | witty saying of Cato, who, when consulted by a man who told 102 2, 21 | a miserable bondage. For when any freeman goes to an astrologer 103 2, 21 | is not to be wondered at, when we consider that even in 104 2, 21 | distinguished and varied. And when any one is born, it is easy 105 2, 22 | constellations, at the time when the person was born about 106 2, 22 | discover the difference when he examines the constellations, 107 2, 22 | carelessly brings into disrepute, when there is no difference in 108 2, 23 | unusual in the occurrence, as when a mule brings forth young, 109 2, 24 | letter in a different sense when writing to a Greek from 110 2, 24 | that in which he uses it when writing to a Latin. And 111 2, 24 | vegetable among the Latins; and when I say, lege, these two syllables 112 2, 25 | But when all these have been cut 113 2, 25 | significance among men, except when they have mutually agreed 114 2, 25 | superfluous devices of men, unless when it is a matter of importance 115 2, 25 | for what reason, where, when, and by whose authority 116 2, 27 | on testimony, or perceive when they are pointed out to 117 2, 28 | was forty-six years of age when He suffered, that being 118 2, 28 | about thirty years of age when He was baptized; but the 119 2, 28 | Ambrose has set at rest! For, when the readers and admirers 120 2, 28 | the illustrious bishop, when by his investigations into 121 2, 28 | journey into Egypt at the time when Jeremiah the prophet was 122 2, 28 | our Lord came. And thus, when we reflect upon the dates, 123 2, 28 | And even when in the course of an historical 124 2, 29 | efficacious it may seem to be. But when the reason why a thing is 125 2, 29 | the moon's age can tell, when he has found out her age 126 2, 30 | something is made which, when the effort of the workman 127 2, 30 | Scripture means to convey when it employs figures of speech 128 2, 31 | people, but clever men too, when they are not on their guard. 129 2, 31 | adds: "I am a man;" and when the other has given his 130 2, 31 | him to give up his error, when he finds that if he wishes 131 2, 31 | not draw true conclusions when he said, "Then is Christ 132 2, 32 | same way, he who says, "When the consequent is false, 133 2, 32 | dead. This rule, then, that when the consequent is removed, 134 2, 33 | This being admitted, then, when it has been proved that 135 2, 33 | voice, it follows (since when the consequent is proved 136 2, 33 | admitted the antecedent, when he sees that its logical 137 2, 33 | But he is not just;" and when we admit this too, he draws 138 2, 33 | it is not true that, as when the consequent is proved 139 2, 33 | antecedent is also false, so when the antecedent is proved 140 2, 34 | connection with one another; but when propositions that we are 141 2, 34 | become certain. Now some, when they have ascertained the 142 2, 35 | falsehood itself is defined when we say that falsehood is 143 2, 36 | hearer, or that a narrative, when it is short and clear, is 144 2, 37 | This art, however, when it is learnt, is not to 145 2, 37 | setting forth the meaning when it is ascertained. But the 146 2, 37 | error of supposing that when they have learnt these things 147 2, 37 | through them, or to understand when they are told about them. 148 2, 40 | garments, which the same people when going out of Egypt appropriated 149 2, 40 | which every one of us, when going out under the leadership 150 2, 40 | therefore, the Christian, when he separates himself in 151 2, 40 | blessed martyr, was loaded when he came out of Egypt? How 152 2, 40 | especially in those times when, kicking against the yoke 153 2, 41 | But when the student of the Holy 154 2, 41 | time in type and shadow, when they were ordered to mark 155 2, 42 | the books of the heathen when compared with the knowledge 156 2, 42 | When, then, the reader is possessed 157 2, 42 | to be a hindrance to him; when he is meek and lowly of 158 3, 1 | knowledge of His will. And when he has become meek through 159 3, 1 | have no love of strife; when furnished also with a knowledge 160 3, 1 | the matter of correction; when thus prepared, let him proceed 161 3, 2 | But when proper words make Scripture 162 3, 2 | pronunciation. Accordingly, if, when attention is given to the 163 3, 2 | treated at sufficient length when I was speaking in the first 164 3, 3 | less clear. But sometimes when the sound of a syllable 165 3, 4 | in form; and accordingly, when we look into the original, 166 3, 4 | vocative case was meant when he heard "propterea consolationem 167 3, 5 | spirit giveth life." For when what is said figuratively 168 3, 5 | the death of the soul than when that in it which raises 169 3, 5 | constant succession; and when he hears of a sacrifice, 170 3, 6 | our Lord's neglect of them when the time for their revelation 171 3, 9 | the time of his bondage, when it is not yet expedient 172 3, 10 | word of God that cannot, when taken literally, be referred 173 3, 10 | to God. Again, what lust, when unsubdued, does towards 174 3, 10 | the vices come first; for when these have exhausted the 175 3, 11 | destruction of their lust. When, however, the dominion of 176 3, 12 | believe, for example, that when our Lord's feet were anointed 177 3, 12 | is often a sin, becomes, when ascribed to God or a prophet, 178 3, 12 | for example, is one thing when it is the result of abandoned 179 3, 12 | abandoned manners, another thing when done in the course of his 180 3, 14 | But when men unacquainted with other 181 3, 14 | customs. And this precept, when it is referred to the love 182 3, 14 | God, destroys all vices; when to the love of one's neighbour, 183 3, 15 | the reign of love. Now, if when taken literally it at once 184 3, 16 | distress. In the same way, when our Lord says, "He who loveth 185 3, 18 | the advent of our Lord, when the time not of casting 186 3, 18 | difficulty in abstaining unless when there is lust in enjoying. 187 3, 18 | proved by Tobit's prayer when he was married to his wife. 188 3, 19 | because they themselves when they are honoured and praised, 189 3, 20 | faith were neither puffed up when they were honoured by men, 190 3, 20 | honoured by men, nor cast down when they were despised. And 191 3, 21 | But when King David had suffered 192 3, 21 | after he was subdued; and when he was baffled in this design, 193 3, 21 | appears chiefly in this, that when this same king, carried 194 3, 21 | crime by a prophet, who, when he had come to show him 195 3, 21 | though he had many, yet when a guest came to him spared 196 3, 21 | wittingly committed. And when he had been shown this, 197 3, 21 | possessed a number of wives when he was forced to punish 198 3, 23 | And when he reads of the sins of 199 3, 23 | despise others as sinners, when he sees in the case of men 200 3, 24 | literal or figurative. For when it is ascertained to be 201 3, 24 | interpretation, especially when we bring to our aid experience 202 3, 25 | And when it is shown to be figurative, 203 3, 25 | both in a bad sense, as when He said, "Beware of the 204 3, 25 | and in a good sense, as when He said, "The kingdom of 205 3, 25 | contraries, for example, when they are used metaphorically 206 3, 27 | When, again, not some one interpretation, 207 3, 28 | When, however, a meaning is evolved 208 3, 28 | Holy Scripture; so that when we wish to examine the passages 209 3, 29 | we desire to convey; as when we say to a man who is behaving 210 3, 29 | a law of contraries, as when we ask in a place for what 211 3, 29 | difficulties of Scripture; because when the words taken literally 212 3, 30 | their author, do indeed, when carefully considered, afford 213 3, 30 | author himself, however, when commending these rules, 214 3, 30 | that it would appear as if, when they were thoroughly known 215 3, 31 | then are Abraham's seed," when there is but one seed of 216 3, 31 | need not be in a difficulty when a transition is made from 217 3, 32 | reader to be on his guard when Scripture, although it has 218 3, 32 | woman." And in the same way, when God says of the good part 219 3, 32 | the gospel, whose lord, when he comes, "shall cut him 220 3, 33 | is the name I made use of when writing a book on this subject. 221 3, 33 | these is the gift of God, when he learns from this passage, 222 3, 34 | which are more suitable when applied to all nations; 223 3, 34 | only properly understood when applied to Christ and His 224 3, 34 | even to it exclusively. But when Scripture, having up to 225 3, 34 | the prophet Ezekiel says: "When the house of Israel dwelt 226 3, 34 | to the same peep]e. But when the prophet begins to say, " 227 3, 34 | that saying of the apostle, when he is commending the grace 228 3, 34 | was given to the fathers when it was promised to them 229 3, 34 | grace as given at a time when those to whom it was to 230 3, 34 | land of the age to come, when there will be a new heaven 231 3, 34 | if it were itself given, when it is firmly settled that 232 3, 35 | in reference to the time when, in the presence of only 233 3, 35 | exactly the same, either when multiplied by ten, as seventy 234 3, 35 | sojourner among aliens); or when multiplied into themselves, 235 3, 36 | the continuity of events, when it really goes back without 236 3, 36 | arrangements of the garden. And when this is finished, there 237 3, 36 | In the same book, again, when the generations of the sons 238 3, 36 | their nations." And, again, when the sons of Shem are enumerated: " 239 3, 36 | indicate that at the time when the nations were scattered 240 3, 36 | thus shall it be in the day when the Son of man is revealed. 241 3, 36 | Remember Lot's wife." Is it when our Lord shall have been 242 3, 36 | give heed to them, that when the Lord shall have been 243 3, 36 | time." The very time then when the gospel is preached, 244 3, 37 | and His body, directs us, when Scripture speaks of one 245 3, 37 | the art of rhetoric. And when an expression of this sort 246 3, 37 | trouble in understanding it; when it occurs, however, where 247 4, arg | styles may be mingled, and when and for what purposes they 248 4, 1 | making known the meaning when it is ascertained. I shall 249 4, 2 | it on the side of truth, when bad men use it to obtain 250 4, 3 | this subject (to which, when you add a tongue thoroughly 251 4, 3 | cannot always think of them when they are speaking so as 252 4, 3 | to eloquence at the time when they were speaking, whether 253 4, 3 | just as citybred men, even when illiterate, seize upon the 254 4, 5 | however, is the man who, when he wishes, can repeat the 255 4, 5 | his proof gives pleasure when he cannot please by his 256 4, 7 | call it scala (a ladder), when the words and ideas have 257 4, 7 | yet he does not spurn it when it comes after him. "I say 258 4, 7 | beautiful and delightful it is when after this outburst he rests 259 4, 7 | enough? All these things when taught by masters are reckoned 260 4, 7 | is our great orator. For when he says, "Though I be rude 261 4, 7 | give the greater pleasure when brought to light. In this 262 4, 7 | When, then, this rustic, or quondam 263 4, 7 | announced as approaching, when it is added: "Ye that are 264 4, 7 | sense of hearing. And here, when he had said, "Ye who chant 265 4, 7 | clauses are best pronounced when the voice is suspended on 266 4, 9 | or only on rare occasions when there is some urgent reason. 267 4, 10 | Whence a certain author, when dealing with speech of this 268 4, 10 | or ambiguous, but which when used according to the vulgar 269 4, 10 | of asking a question; but when all are silent that one 270 4, 10 | if a man gives pleasure when he throws light upon points 271 4, 10 | instruction, he becomes wearisome when he dwells at length upon 272 4, 10 | already well known, especially when men's expectation was fixed 273 4, 10 | they are told. Nay, even when the style itself is already 274 4, 10 | has forgotten anything, when he is reminded of it he 275 4, 10 | he shall understand. And when this point has been reached, 276 4, 11 | which it is put, and who, when they have succeeded in their 277 4, 12 | you commend; if he grieve when you heap up objects for 278 4, 12 | objects for grief, and rejoice when you point out an object 279 4, 12 | strength of eloquence. Yet when this is needful, it ought 280 4, 12 | done. And it is needful when people, knowing what they 281 4, 12 | called for; as, for example, when the hearer yields his assent 282 4, 12 | necessity to give pleasure; for when, in the course of an address, 283 4, 12 | pleasure; but the truth itself, when exhibited in its naked simplicity, 284 4, 12 | frequently a source of pleasure when they are brought to light 285 4, 13 | does not yield his consent, when it is only for the sake 286 4, 13 | confess that they are true. When, however, the truth taught 287 4, 13 | The eloquent divine, then, when he is urging a practical 288 4, 14 | moreover, such as is spoken of when it is said, "I will praise 289 4, 15 | he attempts to speak. And when the hour is come that he 290 4, 15 | suitable for a divine. But when the hour for speech arrives, 291 4, 16 | way contradict himself, when, though he says that men 292 4, 16 | teachers does not cease when the Holy Spirit is given, 293 4, 16 | advantage to the soul only when God works to make them of 294 4, 17 | with ready compliance. And when he does this with elegance 295 4, 18 | And when the apostle spoke about 296 4, 18 | sober mind are great, even when applied to matters the very 297 4, 18 | and unimportant. Or that when a preacher takes this saying 298 4, 18 | Is it not the case that when we happen to speak on this 299 4, 19 | tone, but in a subdued tone when he is teaching, temperately 300 4, 19 | is teaching, temperately when he is giving praise or blame. 301 4, 19 | giving praise or blame. When, however, something is to 302 4, 19 | different times, quietly when it is being taught, temperately 303 4, 19 | being taught, temperately when its importance is being 304 4, 19 | being urged, and powerfully when we are forcing a mind that 305 4, 19 | may learn something? But when we come to praise God, either 306 4, 20 | cannot remove. And besides, when out of one question other 307 4, 20 | lest it turn up at a time when no one will be present to 308 4, 20 | does great execution, even when anger furnishes him with 309 4, 20 | good thing, and not only when I am preset with you. My 310 4, 21 | forth, in the case of Noah, when he drank wine, and was drunken, 311 4, 21 | following passage among others: "When Gideon was startled by the 312 4, 21 | mystery that the Lord Jesus, when crucified, should abolish 313 4, 21 | shall give us flesh to eat?' When the angel, then, stretched 314 4, 21 | joy; only be mindful of us when your virginity shall begin 315 4, 21 | temperate and ornamented style when he is holding up before 316 4, 21 | following reason, loving virtue. When did she wound her parents 317 4, 21 | parents even by a look? When did she quarrel with her 318 4, 21 | quarrel with her neighbours? When did she spurn the humble, 319 4, 21 | the days by fasting; and when the desire for refreshment 320 4, 21 | completion of some man, and that, when the portrait had been finished 321 4, 21 | truth continue to exist when what is sincere is polluted, 322 4, 21 | unquestionable than thine own, when thou art afraid to show 323 4, 21 | pretend to be beautiful, when thou can't not enjoy the 324 4, 22 | consistent with good taste. For when we keep monotonously to 325 4, 22 | hearer's attention; but when we pass from one style to 326 4, 22 | hearer's feelings with us, when once it has been sufficiently 327 4, 23 | order that the majestic when it is used may be the more 328 4, 23 | of the speech or writing, when knotty questions turn up 329 4, 23 | quiet style; for example, when, as I have said, a knotty 330 4, 23 | comes up to be settled, or when some points that are susceptible 331 4, 24 | their tears. For example, when at Caesarean in Mauritania 332 4, 24 | inveterate; it was not, however, when I heard their applause, 333 4, 24 | heard their applause, but when I saw their tears, that 334 4, 24 | that they were subdued. And when I saw their tears I was 335 4, 24 | Praise and censure, too, when they are eloquently expressed, 336 4, 25 | itself an adequate end; but when what we have to say is good 337 4, 25 | is good and useful, and when the hearers are both acquainted 338 4, 25 | what we aim at effecting when we use the majestic style. 339 4, 26 | testimonies are very sure"? And when any one narrates a story, 340 4, 26 | its own naked simplicity, when it unravels questions of 341 4, 26 | unexpected light upon them; when it worms out and brings 342 4, 26 | whence nothing was expected; when it seizes upon and exposes 343 4, 26 | unassailable; especially when all this is accompanied 344 4, 26 | Christian teacher speaker ought, when he uses the subdued style, 345 4, 26 | Again, when it becomes necessary to 346 4, 26 | this is always necessary when he admits that what you 347 4, 26 | Wherefore, in this style, too, when an obdurate heart is to 348 4, 28 | this does not mean that, when adversaries oppose the truth, 349 4, 28 | then, would be what he says when he is describing the sort 350 4, 29 | that even what they say, when they say what is good, it 351 4, 29 | who is not eloquent; and when this takes place, the former 352 4, 29 | belongs to himself. But when true believers render this 353 4, 30 | if Queen Esther prayed, when she was about to speak to 354 4, 30 | who are preparing it; and when they have received it, they 355 4, 30 | address it may give ear; and when the discourse has a happy


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