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1 pref, 0| beforehand. And if, after all, men should still be found 2 pref, 0| To reply briefly to all these. To those who do not 3 pref, 0| then, suppose we advise all our brethren not to teach 4 pref, 0| except perhaps what is false. All truth is of Him who says, " 5 1, arg | author goes on to show that all objects, except God, are 6 1, arg | fulfilment and the end of all Scripture. After adding 7 1, 1 | are two things on which all interpretation of Scripture 8 1, 2 | All instruction is either about 9 1, 2 | not a thing is nothing at all. Every thing, however, is 10 1, 5 | one Being, supreme above all, and common to all who enjoy 11 1, 5 | above all, and common to all who enjoy Him, if He is 12 1, 5 | not rather the cause of all objects, or indeed even 13 1, 5 | even if He is the cause of all. For it is not easy to find 14 1, 5 | Trinity, one God, of whom are all things, through whom are 15 1, 5 | things, through whom are all things, in whom are all 16 1, 5 | all things, in whom are all things. Thus the Father 17 1, 5 | at the same time they are all one God; and each of them 18 1, 5 | substance, and yet they are all one substance. The Father 19 1, 5 | is only Holy Spirit. To all three belong the same eternity, 20 1, 5 | these three attributes are all one because of the Father, 21 1, 5 | one because of the Father, all equal because of the Son, 22 1, 5 | because of the Son, and all harmonious because of the 23 1, 6 | knowledge of His nature; but yet all who know the Latin tongue 24 1, 7 | Chap. 7. What all men understand by the term 25 1, 7 | they think that superior to all others. Or if they think 26 1, 7 | of God, place Him above all visible and bodily natures, 27 1, 7 | natures, and even above all intelligent and spiritual 28 1, 7 | that are subject to change. All, however, strive emulously 29 1, 7 | superior is God. And so all concur in believing that 30 1, 7 | which excels in dignity all other objects. ~ 31 1, 8 | God to be esteemed above all else because He is unchangeable 32 1, 8 | And since all who think about God think 33 1, 8 | however it may outshine all others in splendour, overtop 34 1, 9 | Chap. 9. All acknowledge the superiority 35 1, 9 | unchangeably fixed in the minds of all men, and presented to their 36 1, 14 | fit the same bandage to all limbs, but puts like to 37 1, 16 | which has many members, and all performing different functions, 38 1, 17 | merciful, except to forgive us all our sins, and by being crucified 39 1, 19 | after that death which we all owe as a debt contracted 40 1, 22 | Among all these things, then, those 41 1, 22 | Thou shalt love God with all thy heart, and with all 42 1, 22 | all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy 43 1, 22 | with all thy soul, and with all thy mind:" so that you are 44 1, 22 | that you are to concentrate all your thoughts, your whole 45 1, 22 | Him from whom you derive all that you bring. For when 46 1, 22 | For when He says, "With all thy heart, and with all 47 1, 22 | all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy 48 1, 22 | with all thy soul, and with all thy mind," He means that 49 1, 23 | are objects of use are not all, however, to be loved, but 50 1, 23 | unchangeable Light, the Ruler of all things, does so that it 51 1, 23 | sinful soul to desire above all things, and to claim as 52 1, 24 | kind would be no body at all, because they think such 53 1, 24 | live in perfect peace to all eternity; even in this life 54 1, 26 | the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all 55 1, 26 | all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy 56 1, 26 | with all thy soul, and with all thy mind; and thou shalt 57 1, 26 | these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets." 58 1, 26 | terms that it is evident all other things are to find 59 1, 27 | than our own body, because all things are to be loved in 60 1, 28 | Further, all men are to be loved equally. 61 1, 28 | since you cannot do good to all, you are to pay special 62 1, 28 | consult for the good of them all, you must take the matter 63 1, 29 | desire and endeavour that all men may love God~ 64 1, 29 | Now of all who can with us enjoy God, 65 1, 29 | however, that they should all join with us in loving God, 66 1, 29 | with us in loving God, and all the assistance that we either 67 1, 29 | greatest good, he is fond of all who join with him in admiration 68 1, 29 | comparatively indifferent, he does all he can to excite his interest 69 1, 29 | happiness of life, to whom all who love Him owe both their 70 1, 30 | said that on these hang all the law and the prophets, 71 1, 31 | makes us happy, and that all other things are for use, 72 1, 31 | sane man will say that; for all the good we enjoy is either 73 1, 32 | sent me unto you;" So that all other things that exist, 74 1, 32 | fully enjoy Him, and that all who enjoy Him should enjoy 75 1, 34 | Truth and the Word, by whom all things were made, had been 76 1, 34 | need of it; yet by this way all must commence their journey 77 1, 35 | Of all, then, that has been said 78 1, 35 | the end of the Law, and of all Holy Scripture, is the love 79 1, 37 | the three things to which all knowledge and all prophecy 80 1, 37 | which all knowledge and all prophecy are subservient: 81 1, 40 | and is bent upon making all his understanding of Scripture 82 1, 40 | if our faith is free from all hypocrisy, then we both 83 2, arg | the author points out how all that is sound and useful 84 2, 3 | and actors by movements of all their limbs give certain 85 2, 3 | will of the commanders. And all these signs are as it were 86 2, 3 | a significant sound, yet all these signs are very few 87 2, 3 | been able to put into words all those signs, the various 88 2, 4 | make those signs common to all nations owing to the sin 89 2, 6 | And I do not doubt that all this was divinely arranged 90 2, 6 | those who come to it from all kinds of superstitions, 91 2, 6 | the church's body, with all their harshness softened 92 2, 6 | i.e., from baptism, and all bearing twins, i.e., the 93 2, 6 | again, who do not seek at all because they have what they 94 2, 7 | First of all, then, it is necessary that 95 2, 7 | is before us, and crucify all the motions of pride as 96 2, 7 | God is to be loved with all the heart. and with all 97 2, 7 | all the heart. and with all the soul, and with all the 98 2, 7 | with all the soul, and with all the mind, and one's neighbour 99 2, 7 | that is, in such a way that all our love for our neighbour, 100 2, 7 | for our neighbour, like all our love for ourselves, 101 2, 7 | each man should first of all find in the Scriptures that 102 2, 8 | first place has read them all and retained them in his 103 2, 8 | those that are received by all the catholic churches to 104 2, 8 | which are not received by all, he will prefer such as 105 2, 9 | In all these books those who fear 106 2, 9 | Scripture are to be found all matters that concern faith 107 2, 9 | there is no doubt to remove all hesitation in regard to 108 2, 10 | when we mean an ox, because all men who with us use the 109 2, 11 | Latin translators are out of all number. For in the early 110 2, 13 | could not be translated at all into the Latin idiom by 111 2, 13 | beseeching God, in any way at all that he can get the words 112 2, 13 | would not understand it at all, or would put an utterly 113 2, 14 | to the matter and learn all about it. So great, however, 114 2, 14 | comparison of their texts. Only all positive error must be removed. 115 2, 15 | for it is reported through all the more learned churches 116 2, 15 | the same order of words in all the rest, who dares put 117 2, 15 | labour and judgment of them all; even so, it would not be 118 2, 15 | them and had given them all one voice, thought most 119 2, 16 | posterity by explaining all these words without reference 120 2, 16 | Elijah, and our Lord Himself, all fasted for forty days. And 121 2, 16 | indicating the knowledge of all things, and that knowledge 122 2, 16 | must abstain and fast from all joy in time, for the sake 123 2, 17 | with equal beauty, that all nine pleased the state, 124 2, 17 | pleased the state, and that all were bought to be dedicated 125 2, 17 | poet gave names to them all. It was not Jupiter, therefore, 126 2, 17 | was obvious to remark that all sound, which is the material 127 2, 17 | of harps and drums, and all other instruments that give 128 2, 20 | All the arrangements made by 129 2, 20 | class we must place also all amulets and cures which 130 2, 21 | or rather, perhaps, of all the stars to which those 131 2, 22 | as to be in the mouth of all nations. ~ 132 2, 23 | All arts of this sort, therefore, 133 2, 23 | ought to feel in regard to all fancied signs which lead 134 2, 23 | Accordingly, in regard to all these branches of knowledge, 135 2, 24 | And all these omens are of force 136 2, 24 | common language, but they are all full of hurtful curiosity, 137 2, 24 | to a Latin. Now, just as all these signs affect the mind 138 2, 25 | But when all these have been cut away 139 2, 25 | association with one another. For all arrangements that are in 140 2, 25 | attention to them in vain. Yet all men aim at a certain degree 141 2, 25 | could not be carried on at all, or would be carried on 142 2, 26 | called shorthand writers. All these are useful, and there 143 2, 28 | begotten Son of God, by whom all things were made, condescended 144 2, 28 | Lord Jesus Christ learnt all those sayings of His, which 145 2, 28 | books of the haruspices, and all writings of the same kind, 146 2, 29 | To this species belongs all that has been written about 147 2, 29 | what my views are about all this knowledge, so far as 148 2, 30 | racing, and wrestling; in all these arts experience teaches 149 2, 31 | searching into and unravelling all sorts of questions that 150 2, 31 | other inferences which are all utterly false; for Christ 151 2, 31 | who had believed it. But all these false inferences followed 152 2, 32 | resurrection of the dead. Now all this is briefly expressed 153 2, 35 | things that cannot be true at all, the other in regard to 154 2, 37 | rules. And in regard to all these laws, we derive more 155 2, 38 | does not strive to make all things redound to the praise 156 2, 38 | from whom he knows that all things have their being; 157 2, 39 | number. And in regard to all these we must hold by the 158 2, 39 | men have done in regard to all words and names found in 159 2, 39 | may happen that some or all of these things have been 160 2, 40 | use of; in the same way all branches of heathen learning 161 2, 40 | have borrowed! And prior to all these, that most faithful 162 2, 40 | written that he was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians. 163 2, 40 | Egyptians. And to none of all these would heathen superstition ( 164 2, 41 | Pharaoh: "Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy 165 2, 41 | able to comprehend with all saints what is the breadth, 166 2, 41 | by this sign of the cross all Christian action is symbolized, 167 2, 41 | equal to the Father, by whom all things, were made, "that 168 2, 41 | that we may be filled with all the fullness of God." There 169 2, 42 | King Solomon, so poor is all the useful knowledge which 170 2, 42 | every man may find there all that he has learnt of useful 171 3, 2 | But if both readings, or all of them (if there are more 172 3, 2 | us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh 173 3, 2 | us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh 174 3, 2 | us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh], 175 3, 3 | And all the directions that I have 176 3, 6 | was in such a way that in all these the One God was put 177 3, 6 | the one invisible God of all. And the apostle describes 178 3, 6 | Holy Spirit that they sold all their goods, and laid their 179 3, 7 | representing the wide ocean, and all the other waters besides 180 3, 7 | God, who is the Maker of all those things, the images 181 3, 8 | and cleared out of the way all these signs themselves, 182 3, 9 | temporal, but that to which all such signs refer. Now such 183 3, 9 | patriarchs and the prophets, and all those among the people of 184 3, 10 | God and his neighbour. Now all these matters have been 185 3, 10 | description of the present. But all these tend to nourish and 186 3, 10 | the two classes into which all sins may be divided. But 187 3, 12 | he does, or is sinful. In all such matters it is not the 188 3, 12 | temperate than we are. For in all matters of this kind it 189 3, 14 | no such thing as right at all. Such men did not perceive, 190 3, 14 | the love of God, destroys all vices; when to the love 191 3, 14 | neighbour, puts an end to all crimes. For no one is willing 192 3, 17 | Some commands are given to all in common, others to particular 193 3, 17 | some commands are given to all in common, others to particular 194 3, 18 | heavens bless Thee, and all Thy creatures. Thou merriest 195 3, 20 | Consistency of good men in all outward circumstances~ 196 3, 20 | persecutors. But the apostles used all these things, as occasion 197 3, 22 | Therefore, although all, or nearly all, the transactions 198 3, 22 | although all, or nearly all, the transactions recorded 199 3, 24 | expressions used is above all to have weight~ 200 3, 25 | to be taken to signify in all other places. For our Lord 201 3, 26 | shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked." 202 3, 27 | understood in several senses, all of which are sanctioned 203 3, 29 | authors of our Scriptures use all those forms of expression 204 3, 29 | examples (which we have of them all), but the very names as 205 3, 29 | parable. However, nearly all these tropes which are said 206 3, 29 | would be tedious to go over all the rest in this way; for 207 3, 29 | vulgar makes use of them all, even of those more curious 208 3, 29 | although he knows nothing at all about either the nature 209 3, 30 | still they do not explain all the difficult passages for 210 3, 30 | and troublesome to collect all the passages in the canonical 211 3, 30 | should be able to interpret all the obscure passages in 212 3, 30 | commences this very book: "Of all the things that occur to 213 3, 34 | city he calls a species, all nations constitute the genus. 214 3, 34 | suitable when applied to all nations; but in regard to 215 3, 34 | both perform and endure all that is here referred to. 216 3, 34 | heathen, and gather you out of all countries, and will bring 217 3, 34 | ye shall be clean: from all your filthiness, and from 218 3, 34 | your filthiness, and from all your idols, will I cleanse 219 3, 34 | will also save you from all your uncleannesses." Now 220 3, 34 | see, is now imparted to all nations, no one who looks 221 3, 34 | not of one nation, but of all the nations which were promised 222 3, 34 | wrinkle, gathered out of all nations, and destined to 223 3, 36 | sources of four streams; and all this has reference to the 224 3, 36 | order of events came after all this: "And the Lord God 225 3, 36 | Eden." For it was after all these other things were 226 3, 36 | added in reference to them all: "These are the families 227 3, 36 | over the earth they had all one language in common; 228 3, 36 | have its own language if all had one language in common. 229 3, 36 | heaven, and destroyed them all. Even thus shall it be in 230 3, 37 | the earth, who sendeth to all nations," does not altogether 231 3, 37 | devil sends his angels to all nations, yet it is his body, 232 3, 37 | Now all these rules, except the 233 3, 37 | is especially and before all things necessary, to pray 234 4, arg | eloquence, far excelling all others in the combination 235 4, arg | and persuading the hearer. All these gifts are to be sought 236 4, arg | are mingled; and that they all have the same end in view, 237 4, arg | to show a good example to all. ~ 238 4, 1 | are two things on which all interpretation of Scripture 239 4, 1 | if possible to bring them all within the compass of one 240 4, 3 | never thoroughly learn it at all. Whether this be true or 241 4, 3 | and even of these, not all who are to be fitted for 242 4, 4 | exhortations and upbraidings, and all the other means of rousing 243 4, 4 | And all the methods I have mentioned 244 4, 6 | I venture to affirm that all who truly understand what 245 4, 6 | of its inflation), that all those powers and beauties 246 4, 7 | upon me daily, the care of all the churches. Who is weak, 247 4, 7 | upon me daily, the care of all the churches." And to this 248 4, 7 | think I had done enough? All these things when taught 249 4, 7 | the Philistines, and to all the best kingdoms of these: 250 4, 7 | the Philistines, and to all the best kingdoms of these: 251 4, 7 | the sentence which follows all these: "and they were not 252 4, 7 | Him who is the author of all genius? Therefore let us 253 4, 8 | authority; but they ought in all their deliverances to make 254 4, 9 | brought before the people at all, or only on rare occasions 255 4, 10 | that there is no use at all in speaking, if they do 256 4, 10 | who teaches will avoid all words that do not teach; 257 4, 10 | asking a question; but when all are silent that one may 258 4, 10 | that one may be heard, and all faces are turned attentively 259 4, 11 | to open what is shut is all we want? But as there is 260 4, 12 | himself, it is not said at all to the man who does not 261 4, 12 | shunned. I need not go over all the other things that can 262 4, 15 | say anything else), does all he can to be heard with 263 4, 15 | who knows the hearts of all? And who can make us say 264 4, 15 | and to teach should learn all that is to be taught, and 265 4, 16 | reprove, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and doctrine." 266 4, 16 | exhort, and rebuke with all authority. Let no man despise 267 4, 18 | like ours, however, where all things, and especially those 268 4, 18 | of the circle, viz., that all lines drawn from the centre 269 4, 18 | hands? God forbid. No; but all this is done for the sake 270 4, 19 | important matter is treated in all these ways at different 271 4, 20 | which is the mother of us all;" and so on. And in the 272 4, 20 | Scripture has concluded all under sin, that the promise 273 4, 20 | still others; if these be all discussed and solved, the 274 4, 20 | another." And how gracefully all this is brought to a close 275 4, 20 | afterwards: "Render therefore to all their dues: tribute to whom 276 4, 20 | It uses, indeed, nearly all the ornaments that the other 277 4, 20 | should bear with patience all the evils of this life. 278 4, 20 | ministry be not blamed: but in all things approving ourselves 279 4, 20 | nothing, and yet possessing all things." See him still burning: " 280 4, 20 | tedious to go through it all. ~ 281 4, 20 | We know," he says, "that all things work together for 282 4, 20 | delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him 283 4, 20 | Him also freely give us all things? Who shall lay any 284 4, 20 | For Thy sake we are killed all the day long, we are accounted 285 4, 20 | the slaughter.) Nay, in all these things we are more 286 4, 20 | ye have not injured me at all. Ye know how, through infirmity 287 4, 21 | foreshadowed and proclaimed in all the types and declarations 288 4, 21 | In this passage, and in all of the letter that follows, 289 4, 21 | Spirit of God, should burn up all the sins of the human race. 290 4, 21 | no one, wishing well to all; dutiful to her elders, 291 4, 21 | would be too long to quote all that follows. ~ 292 4, 21 | thoroughly imbued with them all. ~ 293 4, 24 | he could), I strove with all the vehemence of speech 294 4, 24 | But no one would say that all who are thus delighted change 295 4, 24 | in consequence, whereas all who are moved by the majestic 296 4, 24 | style act accordingly, and all who are taught by the quiet 297 4, 25 | From all this we may conclude, that 298 4, 25 | For as the function of all eloquence, whichever of 299 4, 26 | majestic. On the contrary, all speech, whatever its style, 300 4, 26 | as possible to display, all these three merits. For 301 4, 26 | unassailable; especially when all this is accompanied by a 302 4, 26 | pleasure its sole aim, which is all it professes to accomplish 303 4, 27 | Lord Himself, who says, "All therefore whatsoever they 304 4, 29 | yet not many teachers; for all deliver the discourse which 305 4, 29 | the word of God belongs to all who obey it; and it is the 306 4, 29 | theirs, to whom belongs all that they say; and even 307 4, 30 | blessings come, so that all the praise may be His "in


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