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2002 3, 19 | lust, either wander about steeping themselves in a multitude 2003 1, 17 | crucified for us to remove the stern decrees that barred the 2004 1, 15 | ascension of Christ, and is stimulated by His coming to judgment~ 2005 3, 19 | praise, or pierced by the stings of insult; but let them 2006 1, 24 | derived from its parent stock, and which has grown in 2007 3, 3 | in the Greek we find not "stome" [mouth], but "osteon" [ 2008 3, 1 | languages, so as not to be stopped by unknown words and forms 2009 2, 42 | But just as poor as the store of gold and silver and garments 2010 pref, 0| any one thinks that these stories are false, I do not strongly 2011 3, 23 | men so eminent both the storms that are to be avoided and 2012 4, 26 | when any one narrates a story, even in the subdued style, 2013 2, 7 | we continue to wander as strangers in this world, even though 2014 3, 36 | heads, the sources of four streams; and all this has reference 2015 3, 10 | these tend to nourish and strengthen charity, and to overcome 2016 pref, 0| Apostle Paul himself, although stricken down and admonished by the 2017 2, 8 | are the books which are strictly called the Prophets: twelve 2018 4, 20 | our translator, with more strictness, preferred to retain even 2019 4, 20 | necessities, in distresses, in strifes, in imprisonments, in tumults, 2020 2, 4 | pass away as soon as they strike upon the air, and last no 2021 2, 16 | chords to have just so many strings; or whether, if there be 2022 3, 12 | shamefully wicked thing to strip the body naked at a banquet 2023 4, 31 | have in these four books striven to depict, not the sort 2024 1, 29 | contempt of his favourite, and strives in every way he can to remove 2025 4, 22 | be on our guard, lest, in striving to carry to a higher point 2026 2, 23 | men in private and selfish strivings after temporal things. Accordingly, 2027 pref, 0| stories are false, I do not strongly insist on them. For, as 2028 4, 24 | whomsoever he could), I strove with all the vehemence of 2029 1, 34 | over them quickly, and to struggle to attain unto Himself, 2030 4, 13 | is not enough for those stubborn minded men who both understand 2031 2, 39 | which of the above-mentioned studies attention should be given, 2032 2, 9 | How we should proceed in studying Scripture~ 2033 3, 36 | upon the housetop, and his stuff in the house, let him not 2034 2, 20 | slippers; to return home if you stumble when going to a place; when 2035 3, 6 | in their minds, that in subjecting themselves to such a bondage 2036 2, 42 | learnt only in the wonderful sublimity and wonderful simplicity 2037 4, 27 | they cease to listen with submission to a man who does not listen 2038 4, 26 | you would be heard with a submissive mind. ~ 2039 2, 7 | option but to believe in and submit to the authority of Scripture, 2040 4, 25 | ought to make that end subordinate to another, viz., the effecting 2041 3, 10 | self and one's neighbour in subordination to God; by lust I mean that 2042 4, 14 | such as we find in his subsequent letters, a style which is 2043 4, 17 | three directions should subserve: "He, then, shall be eloquent, 2044 2, 6 | obscurities and ambiguities, substituting one meaning for another; 2045 4, 28 | to no profit, but to the subverting of the hearers." Now this 2046 4, 11 | and who, when they have succeeded in their object, find the 2047 3, 3 | methods is applied with success, they will remain doubtful, 2048 2, 23 | observances, and ensnared by these successes, they become more eagerly 2049 2, 28 | Pythagoras himself, from whose successors these men assert Plato learnt 2050 4, 25 | boast of panegyrics, and suchlike performances, where the 2051 3, 4 | the original tongue, will suffice to explain. ~ 2052 1, 8 | the bodily form that has suggested itself to them, recognize 2053 pref, 0| on the contrary, at the suggestion of God, Philip, who did 2054 2, 12 | likely sense of the words suggests itself, viz., that the command 2055 1, 35 | about things, this is the sum: that we should clearly 2056 3, 1 | chap. 1. Summary of the foregoing books, 2057 2, 16 | the annual in the spring, summer, autumn, and winter months. 2058 3, 4 | Thessalonians: "Propterea consolati sumus fratres in vobis". Now it 2059 2, 13 | bona est an nequam; et quae sunt civitates, in quibus ipsi 2060 4, 21 | sparingness in food, her superabundance in duty, the one falling 2061 4, 21 | sacrament of the Lord's supper prefigured in the case of 2062 pref, 0| to him; after three days' supplication obtaining his request that 2063 1, 1 | rests on Him who has already supplied me with many thoughts on 2064 3, 27 | from blame so long as he is supported by the testimony of some 2065 4, 14 | intertwined, creep amongst the supporting reeds, the leafy covering 2066 1, 30 | neighbour." Whoever then supposes that the apostle did not 2067 4, 7 | form being most elegantly suppressed: "in labours more abundant, 2068 3, 15 | charity reigns through its supremely just laws of love to God 2069 2, 20 | in hot haste for a real surgeon. To this class, too, belong 2070 1, 14 | restore them. And just as surgeons, when they bind up wounds, 2071 2, 14 | study of Holy Scripture, are surprised at other forms of speech, 2072 2, 40 | it held useful, if it had suspected they were about to turn 2073 4, 7 | altogether, or whether he suspend his voice at the first, 2074 4, 7 | short period; for, by a suspension of the voice, "of the Jews 2075 4, 20 | ministry of the gospel, and sustained by the consolations of God' 2076 1, 25 | bodily health which the bread sustains. It is superfluous to argue 2077 4, 5 | world." And as we must often swallow wholesome bitters, so we 2078 1, 38 | faith; and hope shall be swallowed up in that perfect bliss 2079 4, 21 | beauty of diction, nor the swaying of the mind by the stir 2080 4, 5 | sweet wholesomeness? For the sweeter we try to make such things, 2081 4, 5 | always avoid unwholesome sweets. But what is better than 2082 3, 19 | are honoured and praised, swell with pride, becoming the 2083 3, 7 | not food for men, but for swine. He who knows the gospel 2084 2, 41 | that the breast may not be swollen with that knowledge which 2085 4, 20 | nakedness, or peril, or sword? (As it is written, For 2086 2, 28 | temple (which He took as a symbol of His body) was in building. 2087 2, 41 | all Christian action is symbolized, viz., to do good works 2088 4, 14 | prophet Jeremiah says of the synagogue of the Jews: "A wonderful 2089 2, 39 | Scripture, in the Hebrew, and Syrian, and Egyptian, and other 2090 4, 7 | the third, the luxurious table. ~ 2091 2, 31 | another with whom he is talking, the proposition, "What 2092 4, 21 | passionately upon women to avoid tampering with their appearance by 2093 4, 21 | than thine; for adultery tampers with modesty, but thou with 2094 4, 11 | be flavoured to meet the tastes of the majority. ~ 2095 3, 3 | non est absconditum a te ossum meum", than have the 2096 4, 2 | friendly, or attentive, or teachable frame of mind, while the 2097 4, 20 | ministering; or he that teacheth, on teaching; or he that 2098 2, 6 | the teeth of the Church, tearing men away from their errors, 2099 2, 1 | mind is betrayed by the telltale countenance, even though 2100 4, 3 | quick intellect and glowing temperament find it easier to become 2101 2, 29 | at least in healing or in tempering bodies, whether in medicine 2102 1, 4 | of what is material and temporary we may lay hold upon that 2103 pref, 0| jealousy. And do not let us tempt Him in whom we have believed, 2104 pref, 0| beware of such dangerous temptations of pride, and let us rather 2105 4, 25 | making them adhere to it more tenaciously. For as the function of 2106 4, 21 | was uncovered within his tent, and his nakedness was exposed 2107 1, 7 | all men understand by the term God~ 2108 4, 20 | expressed in single clauses, are terminated by a period of two members: " 2109 2, 8 | continuous regular history which terminates with the books of Kings 2110 2, 13 | thus expressed: "Quae est terra in qua isti insidunt super 2111 4, 7 | bestowed upon them ample territory, to show their ingratitude 2112 1, 15 | and dead, it strikes great terror into the careless, so that 2113 4, 21 | If thou art plain, why test thou lyingly pretend to 2114 4, 18 | frequent and so abrupt, testify to the depth of his emotion? 2115 2, 18 | not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their 2116 2, 25 | such follies goes into the theatre, unless some one tells him 2117 1, 29 | that one end. For in the theatres, dens of iniquity though 2118 2, 18 | busy ourselves with their theatrical trumpery because we enter 2119 2, 28 | men assert Plato learnt theology, lived at a date prior to 2120 4, 3 | But the theories and rules on this subject ( 2121 2, 40 | worshipping the One God, and thereby overturning the vain worship 2122 2, 42 | if it is useful, it is therein contained. And while every 2123 4, 20 | disannulleth, or addeth thereto. Now to Abraham and his 2124 2, 6 | shroud the meaning in the thickest darkness. And I do not doubt 2125 1, 30 | Jerusalem to Jericho, fell among thieves, and was severely wounded 2126 3, 23 | Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest 2127 4, 21 | satisfied the hearts of His thirsting people. And so it was at 2128 2, 7 | in which he hungers and thirsts after righteousness. For 2129 4, 15 | his mouth, to lift up his thirsty soul to God, to drink in 2130 1, 17 | past sins like a hedge of thorns barred against us, what 2131 2, 37 | through the very intricate and thorny discipline of such rules. 2132 pref, 0| meditation to have arrived at a thorough understanding of them; or 2133 4, 7 | concern my infirmities." The thoughtful and attentive perceive how 2134 4, 18 | upbraids, and chides, and threatens? Why is it that the changes 2135 4, 12 | promises, and awed by your threats; If he reject what you condemn, 2136 4, 17 | chap. 17. Threefold division of the various 2137 2, 20 | hiccup to hold your left thumb in your right hand. ~ 2138 4, 22 | forcibly, thus making the tide of eloquence to ebb and 2139 2, 29 | whether the thing that is tied or fixed in any way to the 2140 3, 2 | perficientes sanctificationem in timore Dei capite nos" [and perfecting 2141 4, 3 | of ability will acquire a tinge of the eloquence with which 2142 2, 8 | another, such as Job, and Tobias, and Esther, and Judith, 2143 3, 18 | intemperance, as is proved by Tobit's prayer when he was married 2144 2, 29 | he has found out her age today, what her age was any number 2145 2, 41 | addresses to those whom He sees toiling in Egypt under Pharaoh: " 2146 1, 24 | they strive by a kind of toilsome exercise of the body itself 2147 2, 6 | just as if they had been torn off and masticated by the 2148 2, 24 | full of hurtful curiosity, torturing anxiety, and deadly slavery. 2149 2, 16 | their meaning is to be traced partly by the knowledge 2150 4, 18 | conversation, whether in tracts, or in books, or in letters 2151 4, 8 | with a view to exercise and train the minds of their readers, 2152 2, 7 | which he enjoys in peace and tranquility. For the fear of God is 2153 2, 19 | they have noted, either as transacted in the past or as instituted 2154 3, 18 | not figuratively, can be transferred to the present time as a 2155 3, 35 | disciples, our Lord was transfigured on the mount, so that His 2156 3, 12 | hand, uses them so as to transgress the bounds of the custom 2157 4, 20 | It was added because of transgressions, till the seed should come 2158 1, 35 | good to rest in, but with a transient feeling rather, such as 2159 2, 13 | the language which they translate; and since the translator, 2160 1, 16 | afflictions, that when He has transplanted it from this world to the 2161 2, 41 | which is indicated by the transverse wood on which the hands 2162 4, 20 | little children, of whom I travail in birth again until Christ 2163 3, 30 | elucidated, so that a man travelling through the vast forest 2164 pref, 0| on the road I am about to traverse in this book. ~ 2165 1, 12 | Not then in the sense of traversing space, but because He appeared 2166 2, 23 | covenants of a false and treacherous friendship. Not as if the 2167 2, 20 | the following rules: To tread upon the threshold when 2168 2, 10 | shalt not muzzle the ox that treadeth out the corn." ~ 2169 3, 23 | might everywhere and always tremble at that saying of the apostle: " 2170 2, 37 | cannot prove them by making trial of them. And in the same 2171 4, 18 | the apostle spoke about trials in regard to secular affairs ( 2172 4, 7 | following passage: "We glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation 2173 3, 17 | his virgin unmarried, he tries to put a figurative interpretation 2174 2, 38 | a square, or are not the triple of three, nor one and a 2175 3, 30 | himself, has written most triumphantly against the Donatists (and 2176 1, arg | ought to be enjoyed is the Triune God, who is our highest 2177 4, 18 | lose his reward, is very trivial and unimportant. Or that 2178 3, 37 | even though the name of the trope is not to be found in the 2179 3, 30 | would be too tedious and troublesome to collect all the passages 2180 2, 7 | be hidden, is better and truer than anything we could devise 2181 2, 18 | ourselves with their theatrical trumpery because we enter upon an 2182 2, 1 | in his mind; and when the trumpet sounds, soldiers know that 2183 2, 17 | blowing, as in the case of trumpets and flutes; or by striking, 2184 4, 7 | show their ingratitude in trusting to the mountain of Samaria, 2185 pref, 0| from very respectable and trustworthy witnesses, who, without 2186 4, 20 | strifes, in imprisonments, in tumults, in labours, in watchings, 2187 2, 6 | bearing twins, i.e., the twin commandments of love, and 2188 2, 20 | characters, or in hanging or tying on or even dancing in a 2189 4, 21 | and our Lord's sufferings typically set forth, in the case of 2190 4, 21 | wine is the blood of Christ typified, that blood which is foreshadowed 2191 3, 15 | The tyranny of lust being thus overthrown, 2192 3, 34 | of the Gentiles, such as Tyre or Babylon, are things said 2193 4, 21 | what testimony to thine ugliness can we find, O woman, that 2194 3, 12 | to interpret as bearing ultimately upon the end of love towards 2195 2, 25 | even now, if any one who is unaccustomed to such follies goes into 2196 4, 23 | susceptible of ornament are left unadorned and expressed in the quiet 2197 4, 2 | defenders is to take its stand unarmed against falsehood? For example, 2198 4, 26 | its first statement to be unassailable; especially when all this 2199 pref, 0| could be better done by the unassisted grace of God. ~ 2200 1, 15 | while they were still in unbelief! And when men look for Him 2201 4, 18 | brother, and that before the unbelievers. Now therefore there is 2202 4, 21 | praise, a work unbroken and unblemished, the image of God answering 2203 3, 7 | mighty ocean flowing forth unceasingly, and whose hair is the winding 2204 3, 34 | way was before me as the uncleanness of a removed woman. Wherefore 2205 3, 34 | also save you from all your uncleannesses." Now that this is a prophecy 2206 2, 14 | of the texts, so that the uncorrected ones should give way to 2207 1, 24 | it is not no body, but an uncorrupted and very light body, that 2208 4, 21 | and was drunken, and was uncovered within his tent, and his 2209 2, 16 | forty-six has a certain undefinable musical sound, and when 2210 4, 6 | was designed to profit our understandings, not only by the discovery 2211 3, 27 | the writer intended remain undiscovered, there is no danger if it 2212 2, 28 | past and gone and cannot be undone are to be reckoned as belonging 2213 1, 19 | being the source of no uneasiness because it can feel no want, 2214 3, 34 | commonly known, so that even uneducated people understand what is 2215 4, 26 | difficulty, and throws an unexpected light upon them; when it 2216 2, 22 | fortunate life, the other a most unfortunate. As, for example, we are 2217 2, 34 | the true opinions have an unfounded contempt for themselves, 2218 2, 4 | arrogance of spirit; and the ungodly men concerned in it justly 2219 2, 38 | instructed, at other times uninstructed), although it holds a middle 2220 4, 6 | chap. 6. The sacred writers unite eloquence with wisdom~ 2221 3, 35 | sort are often put for time universal; as, for example, "Seven 2222 2, 40 | and are perversely and unlawfully prostituting to the worship 2223 4, 7 | unto us"? Now were any man unlearnedly learned (if I may use the 2224 2, 22 | indeed, are only fit to be unlearnt again), this superstition 2225 3, 17 | determined to keep his virgin unmarried, he tries to put a figurative 2226 2, 16 | meaning so important would lie unnoticed. And we cannot doubt that, 2227 1, 22 | part of our life is to be unoccupied, and to afford room, as 2228 4, 11 | learnt, however rude and unpolished the form in which it is 2229 1, 27 | and holy life who forms an unprejudiced estimate of things, and 2230 2, 29 | by engaging the attention unprofitably is a hindrance rather; and 2231 4, 21 | find, O woman, that is more unquestionable than thine own, when thou 2232 4, 20 | what is obscure, and to unravel the difficulties of questions, 2233 2, 31 | service in searching into and unravelling all sorts of questions that 2234 4, 26 | naked simplicity, when it unravels questions of very great 2235 2, 7 | of mind he implores with unremitting prayers the comfort of the 2236 3, 11 | obey the truth, but obey unrighteousness, indignation and wrath, 2237 2, 16 | man, for example, has not unskilfully explained some metaphors 2238 4, 26 | accompanied by a natural, unsought grace of expression, and 2239 2, 37 | other hand, does not see the unsoundness, but much less does he grasp 2240 2, 16 | we are admonished to live unstained by, and not partaking of, 2241 4, 6 | and this itself would be unsuitable in any other, for it is 2242 4, 26 | altogether without ornament, nor unsuitably adorned, nor is it to make 2243 4, 7 | despise our prophets as untaught and unskilful of speech, 2244 2, 33 | consequences are utterly untenable. And hence it is easy to 2245 2, 11 | them, again, are said to be untranslatable into another tongue, of 2246 2, 11 | often find Hebrew words untranslated in the books, as for example, 2247 2, 23 | chance only to be something unusual in the occurrence, as when 2248 4, 22 | continued, ought not to be unvaried, but should alternate at 2249 4, 5 | so we must always avoid unwholesome sweets. But what is better 2250 3, 2 | with God), arises out of unwillingness to confess that the Word 2251 3, 21 | fourfold to the poor man; thus unwittingly condemning the sin he had 2252 4, 29 | say. But in another place, upbraiding such men, He says, "O generation 2253 4, 4 | reproaches, exhortations and upbraidings, and all the other means 2254 4, 18 | that he thus accuses, and upbraids, and chides, and threatens? 2255 4, 28 | For while he pursues an upright life, he takes care to maintain 2256 3, 12 | objects, but the lust of the user, that is to blame. Nobody 2257 2, 21 | dead of former times, the usual proceeding in such cases 2258 4, 19 | can task his powers to the utmost in praising Him whom no 2259 pref, 0| is not lawful for man to utter, or see the Lord Jesus Christ 2260 4, 20 | divine and authoritative utterances. Now our prophets were so 2261 2, 21 | life. For where a place was vacant, or not held in honour of 2262 1, 7 | brightness, and think of it vaguely as infinite, or of the most 2263 2, 41 | which puffeth up, nor boast vainly of the riches brought out 2264 4, 20 | jewels, he works feats of valor with those arms in the heat 2265 1, 9 | and pursue lower and less valuable objects in preference to 2266 1, 25 | up, but it is because he values more highly the bodily health 2267 1, 39 | there be knowledge, it shall vanish away." Yet by means of these 2268 1, 9 | wisdom to that which is variable~ 2269 3, 25 | the rule in regard to this variation has two forms. For things 2270 3, 30 | man travelling through the vast forest of prophecy shall, 2271 3, 23 | teach him not to dare to vaunt himself in his own good 2272 pref, 0| now as to those who talk vauntingly of Divine Grace, and boast 2273 2, 24 | Greeks, is the name of a vegetable among the Latins; and when 2274 4, 8 | with a view also to throw a veil over the minds of the godless 2275 2, 10 | being understood: its being veiled either under unknown, or 2276 4, 7 | are paid for them, and the vendors puff them magniloquently. 2277 2, 23 | detestable; and though the ventriloquist woman in the Acts of the 2278 2, 11 | little, of the two languages, ventured upon the work of translation. ~ 2279 4, 20 | which could have given life, verily righteousness should have 2280 2, 33 | valid seasonings, and vice versa~ 2281 2, 40 | and fled from, but also vessels and ornaments of gold and 2282 4, 21 | the woman who has been the victim of a pander shrinks from 2283 3, 5 | the customary offerings of victims from the flock, and of the 2284 2, 40 | Lactantius brought with him? And Victorious, and Optatus, and Hilary, 2285 4, 26 | irresistibly established, and so victoriously defended, naturally affords? 2286 4, 4 | truths they admit, greater vigour of speech is needed. Here 2287 4, 21 | part, and though she be vile, it is herself she sins 2288 3, 12 | fool will crave for the vilest food with a most disgusting 2289 1, 26 | nature which has never been violated, and which is common to 2290 4, 21 | yet, in corrupting and violating what is God's, thou provest 2291 4, 21 | of God's handiwork, and a violation of truth. Listen to the 2292 2, 7 | cleanses his soul, which is violently agitated, and disturbs him 2293 4, 29 | He says, "O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, 2294 2, 38 | investigation. For, though Virgil could at his own pleasure 2295 1, 14 | cured by the example of His virtues. On the other hand, the 2296 1, 10 | cultivation of pure desires and virtuous habits. ~ 2297 1, 9 | truth, is weak in his mental vision from dwelling long among 2298 2, 17 | because it had seen them in visions, nor because they had presented 2299 4, 21 | indigent? She is accustomed to visit only those haunts of men 2300 pref, 0| wished to be taught to men by voices from heaven, or through 2301 1, 22 | whose diversion its own volume would be diminished. ~ 2302 1, 40 | on this subject in other volumes, either by others or by 2303 1, 25 | For many have been found voluntarily to suffer both pains and 2304 4, 7 | themselves what it is right the voluptuaries should hear, "Ye who chant 2305 4, 7 | wise from the music of the voluptuary, he does not say, "Ye who 2306 4, 21 | gestures: her bearing is not voluptuous, nor her gait too free, 2307 3, 2 | carne necessarium propter vos" [nevertheless to abide 2308 1, 1 | which the Lord has already vouchsafed to me with a view to undertaking 2309 4, 10 | the shortness or length of vowels? And what advantage is there 2310 1, 10 | as a kind of journey or voyage to our native land. For 2311 4, 10 | ornament, it does not bring in vulgarity of speech; though good teachers 2312 4, 26 | and vehement applause that waits upon men who speak thus, 2313 4, 7 | senses to startle them into wakefulness: "Woe to you who are at 2314 3, 25 | devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about seeking whom he may 2315 1, 4 | Suppose, then, we were wanderers in a strange country, and 2316 1, 4 | we felt wretched in our wandering, and wishing to put an end 2317 4, 21 | bold in her words, nothing wanton in her gestures: her bearing 2318 4, 20 | enough for its object that warmth of feeling should suggest 2319 3, 30 | attributing more than is warranted by the facts to his very 2320 2, 23 | our neighbour, but they waste the hearts of wretched men 2321 3, 36 | which, with sufficient watchfulness, is discovered in difficult 2322 3, 36 | river is mentioned which watered the garden, and which was 2323 1, 38 | on the other hand, shall wax greater when these others 2324 1, 34 | press on; and, instead of weakly clinging to temporal things, 2325 1, 1 | a marvellous increase of wealth. ~ 2326 4, 20 | anger furnishes him with a weapon that he digs out of the 2327 4, 20 | brave man be armed with weapons adorned with gold and jewels, 2328 4, 10 | instruction, he becomes wearisome when he dwells at length 2329 1, 33 | angel, even when we are weary and anxious to stay with 2330 2, 36 | men's attention without wearying them. And it is the same 2331 3, 37 | for knowledge, if it is wedded to piety. But about signs, 2332 2, 21 | so much that they could weigh the world, how did they 2333 2, 25 | measures, and the stamping and weighing of coins, which are peculiar 2334 2, 25 | and the arrangements as to weights and measures, and the stamping 2335 3, 11 | by patient continuance in well-doing, seek for glory, and honour, 2336 1, 24 | candidly seek the truth how well-founded is the statement of the 2337 3, 36 | The same day that Lot went out of Sodom it rained fire 2338 3, 37 | chaff is separated from the wheat at the last great winnowing. 2339 3, 34 | heaven and a new earth, wherein the unrighteous shall be 2340 2, 6 | came up from the washing, whereof every one bears twins, and 2341 3, 19 | will carry them into the whirlpool of vice or dash them on 2342 2, 41 | wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Make me to hear 2343 4, 24 | continuously, every one killing whomsoever he could), I strove with 2344 4, 27 | and eloquently, but lives wickedly, may, it is true, instruct 2345 3, 35 | significance is of much wider application, and extends 2346 pref, 0| being ensnared by such wiles of the enemy and by our 2347 2, 16 | which is Christ, we should willingly offer our body to the persecutors, 2348 4, 21 | thou, then, think that thou wilt carry off with impunity 2349 3, 37 | like the dust which the wind blows from the face of the 2350 3, 7 | unceasingly, and whose hair is the winding rivers." This husk shakes 2351 3, 30 | to make keys for, and put windows in, the secret places of 2352 4, 7 | as if panting for breath, winds up with a period of two 2353 3, 37 | wheat at the last great winnowing. For example, what is said 2354 3, 12 | good works; and the man who wins this, while following in 2355 2, 16 | spring, summer, autumn, and winter months. Now while we live 2356 3, 21 | denounced against him, he wiped out his sin in deep penitence. 2357 2, 39 | Let the young men also withdraw their attention from such 2358 pref, 0| if God our Lord do not withhold from me, while I write, 2359 4, 20 | so much feeling that, not withstanding the absence of any ornaments 2360 pref, 0| respectable and trustworthy witnesses, who, without any teaching 2361 3, 21 | condemning the sin he had wittingly committed. And when he had 2362 2, 20 | present loss. Whence that witty saying of Cato, who, when 2363 2, 22 | follows the other out of the womb so closely that there is 2364 2, 21 | men. And this is not to be wondered at, when we consider that 2365 pref, 0| write, the thoughts He is wont to vouchsafe to me in my 2366 4, 11 | objection is there to a wooden one if it can, seeing that 2367 1, 24 | in subduing the flesh, is working as it were to destroy the 2368 4, 26 | light upon them; when it worms out and brings to light 2369 1, 34 | these have been put on and worn by Him for our salvation, 2370 4, 21 | and sacrilegious hand thou wouldst fain change the colour of 2371 2, 31 | guard against the love of wrangling, and the childish vanity 2372 1, 22 | upon, and his affections wrapped up in, the unchangeable 2373 3, 7 | whose hoary temples are wreathed with the resounding sea, 2374 2, 30 | dancing, and racing, and wrestling; in all these arts experience 2375 2, 21 | who are rebuked by Holy Writ in these terms: "For if 2376 4, 21 | Cyprian of blessed memory writes in the subdued style in 2377 3, 2 | God. Receive us; we have wronged no man." It is doubtful 2378 3, 25 | dregs hereof is not yet wrung out." The following is an 2379 2, 24 | same figure of the letter X, which is made in the shape 2380 4, 24 | a certain season of the year for several days continuously, 2381 4, 12 | example, when the hearer yields his assent to one who simply 2382 4, arg | are not to forget to be zealous and diligent in study. He 2383 2, 8 | Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi; then there are 2384 2, 8 | Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi;


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