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St. Augustine
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1 pref, 0| and willing to learn, if God our Lord do not withhold 2 pref, 0| the unassisted grace of God. ~ 3 pref, 0| me, and pray instead that God would grant them the sight 4 pref, 0| justly they may rejoice in God's great gift, yet it was 5 pref, 0| admonished by the voice of God from heaven, was yet sent 6 pref, 0| been much more degraded if God had not chosen to make use 7 pref, 0| written, "The temple of God is holy, which temple ye 8 pref, 0| which temple ye are," if God gave forth no oracles from 9 pref, 0| illuminated by the grace of God without the interposition 10 pref, 0| contrary, at the suggestion of God, Philip, who did understand 11 pref, 0| the Scriptures. Did not God talk with Moses, and yet 12 pref, 0| Truth, the unchangeable God. ~ 13 pref, 0| himself, but is the gift of God. For so he seeks God's glory, 14 pref, 0| of God. For so he seeks God's glory, not his own. But 15 pref, 0| rather send them direct to God, that they too may learn 16 1, arg | be enjoyed is the Triune God, who is our highest good 17 1, arg | by our sins from enjoying God; and that our sins might 18 1, arg | that all objects, except God, are for use; for, though 19 1, arg | but to have reference to God. And we ourselves are not 20 1, arg | objects of enjoyment to God: he uses us, but for our 21 1, arg | show that love the love of God for His own sake and the 22 1, arg | love of our neighbour for God's sake is the fulfilment 23 1, 1 | undertaken in dependence on God's aid.~ 24 1, 4 | We have wandered far from God; and if we wish to return 25 1, 4 | the invisible things of God may be clearly seen, being 26 1, 5 | this way: The Trinity, one God, of whom are all things, 27 1, 5 | of these by Himself, is God, and at the same time they 28 1, 5 | same time they are all one God; and each of them by Himself 29 1, 6 | Chap. 6. In what sense God is ineffable~ 30 1, 6 | Have I spoken of God, or uttered His praise, 31 1, 6 | except from the fact that God is unspeakable? But what 32 1, 6 | have been spoken. And so God is not even to be called " 33 1, 6 | away by speech. And yet God, although nothing worthy 34 1, 6 | that He is called Deus (God). For the sound of those 35 1, 7 | men understand by the term God~ 36 1, 7 | For when the one supreme God of gods is thought of, even 37 1, 7 | the universe itself, is God of gods: or if they try 38 1, 7 | think that there is no one God supreme above the rest, 39 1, 7 | to reach a conception of God, place Him above all visible 40 1, 7 | exalt the excellence of God: nor could any one be found 41 1, 7 | there exists a superior is God. And so all concur in believing 42 1, 7 | concur in believing that God is that which excels in 43 1, 8 | Chap. 8. God to be esteemed above all 44 1, 8 | since all who think about God think of Him as living, 45 1, 10 | Chap. 10. To see God, the soul must be purified~ 46 1, 11 | But "the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the 47 1, 11 | men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men." And 48 1, 12 | what sense the Wisdom of God came to us~ 49 1, 12 | after that, in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew 50 1, 12 | world by wisdom knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness 51 1, 12 | knew not God, it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching 52 1, 12 | Thus, in the wisdom of God, the world by wisdom knew 53 1, 12 | world by wisdom knew not God. Why then did He come, seeing 54 1, 12 | except that it pleased God through the foolishness 55 1, 14 | Chap. 14. How the wisdom of God healed man~ 56 1, 14 | the same way the Wisdom of God in healing man has applied 57 1, 14 | free by the foolishness of God. Moreover, just as the former 58 1, 14 | folly of those who despised God, so the latter is called 59 1, 19 | shall inherit the kingdom of God (for that is impossible), 60 1, 22 | chap. 22. God alone to be enjoyed~ 61 1, 22 | image and similitude of God, not as respects the mortal 62 1, 22 | at himself in relation to God, but turns his mind in upon 63 1, 22 | if you love him too for God's sake. For this is the 64 1, 22 | but, "Thou shalt love God with all thy heart, and 65 1, 22 | that he too should love God with his whole heart, and 66 1, 22 | the channel of the love of God, which suffers no stream 67 1, 23 | in a common relation to God, such as a man or an angel, 68 1, 23 | to need the goodness of God through our instrumentality, 69 1, 23 | to attain the favour of God. As, then, there are four 70 1, 23 | which is properly due to God only. Now such love of itself 71 1, 23 | is, to the unchangeable God. But when it aspires to 72 1, 26 | 26. The command to love God and our neighbour includes 73 1, 26 | injunctions upon us in regard to God above us, and our neighbour 74 1, 26 | He says, "the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and 75 1, 26 | that twofold, the love of God and the love of our neighbour. 76 1, 26 | though, when the love of God comes first, and the measure 77 1, 27 | to be loved as a man for God's sake; but God is to be 78 1, 27 | man for God's sake; but God is to be loved for His own 79 1, 27 | for His own sake. And if God is to be loved more than 80 1, 27 | each man ought to love God more than himself. Likewise 81 1, 27 | be loved in reference to God, and another man can have 82 1, 27 | with us in the enjoyment of God, whereas our body cannot; 83 1, 27 | by the soul that we enjoy God. ~ 84 1, 29 | endeavour that all men may love God~ 85 1, 29 | all who can with us enjoy God, we love partly those to 86 1, 29 | all join with us in loving God, and all the assistance 87 1, 29 | fellowship of the love of God, the enjoyment of whom is 88 1, 30 | And on this ground even God Himself, our Lord, desired 89 1, 30 | nature, the command to love God is distinct from that to 90 1, 31 | chap. 31. God uses rather than enjoys 91 1, 31 | requires explanation. For God loves us, and Holy Scripture 92 1, 31 | to the LORD, Thou art my God, for Thou neediest not my 93 1, 32 | chap. 32. In what way God uses man~ 94 1, 32 | enjoyment of the goodness of God. God, however, in His use 95 1, 32 | of the goodness of God. God, however, in His use of 96 1, 32 | so. That use, then, which God is said to make of us has 97 1, 32 | natural consequence, for God does not leave the mercy 98 1, 33 | which they have received of God for us or for themselves; 99 1, 33 | neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase." 100 1, 33 | you have joy of a man in God, it is God rather than man 101 1, 33 | joy of a man in God, it is God rather than man that you 102 1, 33 | Supreme and Unchangeable God. ~ 103 1, 34 | Christ the first way to God~ 104 1, 34 | way, and following after God who called him to the reward 105 1, 34 | supreme and unchangeable God. And hence we may learn 106 1, 35 | Scripture is the love of God and our neighbour~ 107 1, 35 | framed by the providence of God that we might know this 108 1, 36 | up this twofold love of God and our neighbour, does 109 1, 40 | shall discuss, as far as God shall give me light, the 110 2, 2 | which have been given us of God, and which are contained 111 2, 5 | to find out the will of God, in accordance with which 112 2, 6 | good and true servants of God, have come to the baptismal 113 2, 6 | love, a love, that is, of God and their neighbour; how 114 2, 7 | should be led by the fear of God to seek the knowledge of 115 2, 7 | nothing else in them but that God is to be loved for His own 116 2, 7 | sake, and our neighbour for God's sake; and that God is 117 2, 7 | for God's sake; and that God is to be loved with all 118 2, 7 | should have reference to God. And on these two commandments 119 2, 7 | away from such a love for God and such a love for his 120 2, 7 | think of the judgment of God, and that piety which gives 121 2, 7 | eye itself which can see God, so far as God can be seen 122 2, 7 | which can see God, so far as God can be seen by those who 123 2, 7 | tranquility. For the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. 124 2, 9 | these books those who fear God and are of a meek and pious 125 2, 9 | disposition seek the will of God. And in pursuing this search 126 2, 13 | the man who is beseeching God, in any way at all that 127 2, 13 | Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the 128 2, 13 | men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men 1 Cor. 129 2, 13 | hominum" (What is foolish of God is wiser of men, and what 130 2, 13 | men, and what is weak of God is stronger of men), a quick 131 2, 13 | or stronger than that of God. But indeed even the expression " 132 2, 16 | save the body we deny our God! Or again, the statement 133 2, 16 | three parts, whence also God is to be loved with the 134 2, 18 | men who, "when they knew God, glorified him not as God, 135 2, 18 | God, glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; 136 2, 18 | glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like 137 2, 19 | past or as instituted by God. The former kind, that which 138 2, 20 | or of some part of it as God, or to consultations and 139 2, 21 | still there are stars which God has made and set in order 140 2, 23 | by a secret judgment of God, delivered over to be mocked 141 2, 23 | subjection by the law of God's providence, and in accordance 142 2, 23 | our advantage, the Word of God is not silent about this 143 2, 23 | sacrifice to devils and not to God; and I would not that ye 144 2, 23 | or its parts instead of God, or which are connected 145 2, 23 | these are not appointed by God as the public means of promoting 146 2, 23 | of promoting love towards God and our neighbour, but they 147 2, 23 | then, from the stars which God created and ordained, men 148 2, 23 | under the government of God's providence, if there chance 149 2, 27 | into the arrangements of God's providence. And of these, 150 2, 28 | the only begotten Son of God, by whom all things were 151 2, 28 | whom the worship of one God sprang up, and of whom as 152 2, 28 | course of time, of which God is the author and governor. 153 2, 30 | which, so to speak, assist God in His operations, as medicine, 154 2, 32 | and has its origin with God. For as the man who narrates 155 2, 38 | praise and love of the one God from whom he knows that 156 2, 39 | able young men, who fear God and are seeking for happiness 157 2, 40 | authority, but by the command of God, the Egyptians themselves, 158 2, 40 | to the worship of the One God are found among them. Now 159 2, 40 | dug out of the mines of God's providence which are everywhere 160 2, 40 | most faithful servant of God, Moses, had done the same 161 2, 40 | use of worshipping the One God, and thereby overturning 162 2, 40 | garments to the people of God as they were going out of 163 2, 41 | with all the fullness of God." There is besides in hyssop 164 3, arg | not promote the love of God and the love of man. The 165 3, 1 | The man who fears God seeks diligently in Holy 166 3, 2 | Word, and the Word was with God,and God was), so as to make 167 3, 2 | the Word was with God,and God was), so as to make the 168 3, 2 | was in the beginning with God), arises out of unwillingness 169 3, 2 | confess that the Word was God. But this must be rejected 170 3, 2 | verbum" (and the Word was God); and then to add: "hoc 171 3, 2 | was in the beginning with God). ~ 172 3, 2 | holiness in the fear of God. Receive us; we have wronged 173 3, 2 | of spirit in the fear of God, receive us]. Such ambiguities 174 3, 3 | example, if our faith that God will not bring any charges 175 3, 3 | anything to the charge of God's elect?" might be pronounced 176 3, 3 | answer to this question, "God who justifieth," and to 177 3, 3 | anything to the charge of God's elect?" what follows will 178 3, 3 | an interrogative: "Shall God who justifieth?" the answer " 179 3, 3 | even at the right hand of God? who also maketh intercession 180 3, 3 | not inherit the kingdom of God." Now if he had only said, " 181 3, 6 | that in all these the One God was put before their minds. 182 3, 6 | pleasure of the one invisible God of all. And the apostle 183 3, 6 | the way the Jews did was God, or came from God. But those 184 3, 6 | did was God, or came from God. But those who did believe, 185 3, 6 | on the worship of the One God who made heaven and earth. 186 3, 6 | to adore the One Eternal God,) were filled with such 187 3, 6 | consecrated themselves wholly to God as a new temple, of which 188 3, 7 | itself to be considered a god, but only as representing 189 3, 7 | like to take is as much god to me as the wide ocean. 190 3, 7 | make gods of the works of God. But the command is that 191 3, 7 | should love and serve the One God, who is the Maker of all 192 3, 8 | to the worship of the One God: not that they might now 193 3, 10 | there is in the word of God that cannot, when taken 194 3, 10 | reference to the love of God and one's neighbour; soundness 195 3, 10 | doctrine to the knowledge of God and one's neighbour. Every 196 3, 10 | the love and knowledge of God and his neighbour. Now all 197 3, 10 | aims at the enjoyment of God for His own sake, and the 198 3, 10 | neighbour in subordination to God; by lust I mean that affection 199 3, 10 | things, without reference to God. Again, what lust, when 200 3, 11 | seem to ascribe severity to God and the saints~ 201 3, 11 | ascribed in Holy Scripture to God or His saints, avails to 202 3, 11 | the righteous judgment of God; who will render to every 203 3, 11 | for example, "the wrath of God" and "crucified." But these 204 3, 12 | actions which are ascribed to God and the saints and which 205 3, 12 | and which are ascribed to God, or to men whose holiness 206 3, 12 | becomes, when ascribed to God or a prophet, the sign of 207 3, 12 | the end of love towards God or our neighbour, or both. 208 3, 14 | referred to the love of God, destroys all vices; when 209 3, 14 | to defile the dwelling of God, that is, himself. And no 210 3, 15 | supremely just laws of love to God for His own sake, and love 211 3, 15 | and one's neighbour for God's sake. Accordingly, in 212 3, 18 | incontinence, were less near to God than those who, though they 213 3, 18 | says: "Blessed art Thou, O God of our fathers, and blessed 214 3, 21 | had been shown this, and God's punishment had been denounced 215 3, 23 | not clearly written that God resisteth the proud and 216 3, 25 | this denotes the wrath of God, but not to the last extremity 217 3, 26 | understanding the words addressed to God, "Take hold of shield and 218 3, 26 | nothing but the favour of God. For we hear also of the 219 3, 27 | fruitful provision could God have made in regard to the 220 3, 32 | And in the same way, when God says of the good part of 221 3, 33 | that works were given us by God as the reward of faith, 222 3, 33 | did not come to us from God; not keeping in mind the 223 3, 33 | and love with faith, from God the Father and the Lord 224 3, 33 | against it the grace of God which is through our Lord 225 3, 33 | of these is the gift of God, when he learns from this 226 3, 34 | people, and I will be your God. I will also save you from 227 3, 34 | the Spirit of the living God; not in tables of stone, 228 3, 34 | and immutable purpose of God; for what the fathers believed 229 3, 34 | arrangement and purpose of God, which was to take place 230 3, 36 | Genesis we read, "And the Lord God planted a garden eastwards 231 3, 36 | the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that 232 3, 36 | mentioned took place after God had formed man and put him 233 3, 36 | briefly mentioned, viz., that God planted a garden, and there 234 3, 36 | that out of the ground God made to grow every tree 235 3, 36 | all this: "And the Lord God took the man, and put him 236 3, 36 | them as the judgment of God upon their arrogance; and 237 3, 37 | have got more or less from God of the gifts of intellect, 238 3, 37 | following book, so far as God has given me light, the 239 4, arg | sought in earnest prayer from God, though we are not to forget 240 4, 6 | are evidently inspired of God. With this eloquence they 241 4, 6 | the sacred writings which God in His goodness has provided 242 4, 7 | ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts 243 4, 7 | second, "because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts;" 244 4, 7 | he goes on to say: "The God and Father of our Lord Jesus 245 4, 7 | herdsman, and was called by God from that occupation, and 246 4, 7 | prophesy to the people of God. I shall not, however, follow 247 4, 7 | he may use the favours of God, who has bestowed upon them 248 4, 8 | aright have in the Church of God obtained an esteem, not 249 4, 14 | read with pleasure. But may God avert from His Church what 250 4, 14 | in pieces." For to this God Himself has by the same 251 4, 14 | through His holy prophets. God forbid, then, God forbid 252 4, 14 | prophets. God forbid, then, God forbid that with us the 253 4, 14 | false prophet, and that God's people should love to 254 4, 14 | should love to have it so. God forbid, I say, that with 255 4, 15 | lift up his thirsty soul to God, to drink in what he is 256 4, 15 | be heard saying, except God who knows the hearts of 257 4, 16 | not to be despised though God makes the true teacher~ 258 4, 16 | show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth 259 4, 16 | nor he who watereth, but God who giveth the increase? 260 4, 16 | that pertain to life with God, until God makes him ready 261 4, 16 | to life with God, until God makes him ready to learn 262 4, 16 | learn from Himself, that God who is thus addressed in 263 4, 16 | Thy will; for Thou art my God." And so the same apostle 264 4, 16 | fellow-men are of no avail except God gives them virtue (who can 265 4, 16 | advantage to the soul only when God works to make them of advantage, 266 4, 18 | not inherit the kingdom of God?" Why is it that the apostle 267 4, 18 | deserve so much at his hands? God forbid. No; but all this 268 4, 18 | people, and the presence of God is with us, so that what 269 4, 19 | there anything greater than God Himself? Is nothing, then, 270 4, 19 | But when we come to praise God, either in Himself, or in 271 4, 20 | was confirmed before of God in Christ, the law, which 272 4, 20 | no more of promise: but God gave it to Abraham by promise." 273 4, 20 | not a mediator of one; but God is one." And here an objection 274 4, 20 | against the promises of God?" He answers: "God forbid." 275 4, 20 | promises of God?" He answers: "God forbid." And he also states 276 4, 20 | brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies 277 4, 20 | sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable 278 4, 20 | sustained by the consolations of God's grace, we should bear 279 4, 20 | ourselves as the ministers of God, in much patience, in afflictions, 280 4, 20 | of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of righteousness 281 4, 20 | reliance on the help of God. And he treats this subject 282 4, 20 | for good to them that love God, to them who are the called 283 4, 20 | say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against 284 4, 20 | charge of Gods elect? It is God that justifieth; who is 285 4, 20 | even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession 286 4, 20 | separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus 287 4, 20 | received me as an angel of God, even as Christ Jesus. Where 288 4, 21 | priest of the most high God. And he blessed Abraham.' 289 4, 21 | message he had heard from God, that, though thousands 290 4, 21 | failed, yet through one man God would deliver His people 291 4, 21 | as soon as the angel of God touched it with the end 292 4, 21 | filled with the Spirit of God, should burn up all the 293 4, 21 | unblemished, the image of God answering to the holiness 294 4, 21 | having hearts at leisure for God and for Christ, and having 295 4, 21 | word; accustomed to look to God, not man, as the guide of 296 4, 21 | wickedness, such an insult to God the great artifices? For, 297 4, 21 | corrupting and violating what is God's, thou provest thyself 298 4, 21 | arts is an impeachment of God's handiwork, and a violation 299 4, 24 | give praise and thanks to God. And, lo, with the blessing 300 4, 28 | things honest in the sight of God and men, fearing God, and 301 4, 28 | of God and men, fearing God, and caring for men. In 302 4, 29 | the prophet, through whom God denounces those who steal 303 4, 29 | to them, but the word of God belongs to all who obey 304 4, 29 | his manner of life. And so God has said that they steal 305 4, 29 | appear good by speaking God's words, but are in fact 306 4, 29 | They profess that they know God, but in works they deny 307 4, 29 | speak what is their own, for God is theirs, to whom belongs 308 4, 30 | discourse with prayer to God~ 309 4, 30 | people, he ought to pray God to put into his mouth a 310 4, 30 | welfare of her race, that God would put fit words into 311 4, 31 | however, give thanks to God that with what little ability


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