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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| individual, by any means shrink from contemplating the fate of 2 Intro, 0| Nothing can be further from the truth. Probably at no 3 Intro, 0| formula of excommunication from the Church Militant, a sentence 4 Intro, 0| a sentence of exclusion from the Church Triumphant, " 5 Intro, 0| he was held to be exempt from many of the limitations 6 Intro, 0| with lips touched by coal from the altar denounced iniquity 7 Intro, 0| have descended as a bride from airy regions, and lightly 8 Intro, 0| clustering towers. As seen from the vineyards which clothe 9 Intro, 0| against the evening sky from the neighboring heights 10 Intro, 0| represents, long desisted from such minor matters. Its 11 Intro, 0| town has never recovered from the plague which, in the 12 Intro, 0| world very remote indeed from anything with which the 13 Intro, 0| made eternal. And not far from that ancient fortress-home, 14 Intro, 0| who have borne His yoke from the dawn of their days forms 15 Intro, 0| reward of her infant piety. From the day that she could walk 16 Intro, 0| something or give some message from their mother Lapa. Their 17 Intro, 0| they were on the way back from their sister's house to 18 Intro, 0| Catherine, as if waking from a heavy sleep, lowered her 19 Intro, 0| you would not distract me from so sweet a vision!' and 20 Intro, 0| heel. Assuredly it was not from Christian bishops who would 21 Intro, 0| time when his departure from Rome was resolved upon, 22 Intro, 0| relations costly presents from Philip; he placed the papal 23 Intro, 0| much adroit manipulation, from the writings of Abbot Joachim, 24 Intro, 0| new dispensation, to fly from the contamination of her 25 Intro, 0| starving population with corn from Sicily and Africa, thus 26 Intro, 0| an unnecessary digression from our subject to work out 27 Intro, 0| pursued them excludes him from that Pantheon of gracious 28 Intro, 0| she would induce to turn from evil. Similarly the ugliness 29 Intro, 0| Saint in ecstasy. Apart from the extraordinary circumstances 30 Intro, 0| value lies in the fact that from first to last it is nothing 31 1, 1 | I remember having heard from a handmaid of God, namely, 32 1, 1 | was not wont to conceal, from the eye of her intellect, 33 1, 2 | understood this the better from a letter, which she had 34 1, 2 | which she had received from the spiritual Father of 35 1, 3 | grief. Infinite grief I wish from My creature in two ways: 36 1, 3 | spiritual or corporeal, from wherever it may come, receives 37 1, 4 | soul has drawn her love from Him, and virtuously follows 38 1, 4 | will know Me and yourself, from which knowledge you will 39 1, 4 | you will learn, is derived from Me, since I have loved both 40 1, 6 | injury; for he cuts off from himself grace, and injures 41 1, 6 | performs should proceed from the charity which he has 42 1, 6 | and thus, all evils derive from the soul's deprivation of 43 1, 6 | virtue, that is, pleasure from sensual self-love, which 44 1, 6 | not only prevents a man from helping his neighbor, but 45 1, 7 | sort of trouble proceed from this perverse root of self-love, 46 1, 7 | benefits which she has received from Me, all of which she considers 47 1, 7 | love towards him issues from Me. This is the means which 48 1, 7 | the conception of virtue, from which she has drawn the 49 1, 7 | that they have received from Me. Whether man will or 50 1, 8 | when he receives injuries from him. ~ 51 1, 8 | heart of the angry, and so from hatred often comes benevolence, 52 1, 8 | endeavor to turn a man aside from following the road and the 53 2, 1 | discretion receives life from humility, and renders to 54 2, 1 | sweet works which I seek from My servants; these are the 55 2, 1 | because humility proceeds from self-knowledge. And I have 56 2, 1 | and knows she has received from Me; and rendering to herself 57 2, 1 | she has received by grace from Me, and every other grace 58 2, 1 | humility which proceeds from self-knowledge." ~ 59 2, 2 | should grow in, and issue from the circle of true self-knowledge 60 2, 2 | humility, bringing forth from its side the off-shoot of 61 2, 2 | I have already told you, from the heart of the tree, that 62 2, 2 | who come to receive fruit from My servants; and to Me she 63 2, 2 | these fruits cannot be taken from her without her will, inasmuch 64 2, 3 | and the works which I seek from the soul, the proving, namely, 65 2, 3 | which, when it has issued from the mouth, is no more, unless 66 2, 3 | be in an evil case, who, from some legitimate reason, 67 2, 3 | discretion (which proceeds from love, as I have told you) 68 2, 3 | to save the whole world from Hell, or to obtain one great 69 2, 3 | discretion which proceeds from charity. So you see how 70 2, 3 | be beaten, a perseverance from end to end, stretching from 71 2, 3 | from end to end, stretching from Heaven to earth, that is, 72 2, 3 | Heaven to earth, that is, from knowledge of Me to knowledge 73 2, 3 | to knowledge of self, and from love of Me to love of others. 74 2, 3 | cannot take her virtues from such a soul, but all their 75 2, 4 | through Your infinite goodness from the clouds of mortal sin, 76 2, 4 | clouds of mortal sin, and from eternal damnation; and then 77 2, 4 | and never will I depart from before Your presence until 78 2, 5 | of original sin was taken from him by virtue of the Blood, 79 2, 5 | Blood, which stain he drew from his origin, when he was 80 2, 5 | remains, which sin you take from your father and your mother 81 2, 5 | But this mark is removed from the soul, though not altogether, 82 2, 5 | original sin is taken away from her, and grace is infused 83 2, 5 | inclination to sin, which remains from the original corruption, 84 2, 5 | consent. He has been redeemed from slavery, and made free in 85 2, 5 | benefit which he has received from Me! A benefit so great, 86 2, 6 | not grateful, but, going from bad to worse, and from guilt 87 2, 6 | going from bad to worse, and from guilt to guilt, even persecuting 88 2, 6 | occasion to receive injuries from Me, as if I desired anything 89 2, 6 | great obligations to Him from whom he receives more. ~ 90 2, 6 | humanity, and, freeing you from the service of the devil, 91 2, 6 | tears and your sweat, drawn from the fountain of My divine 92 2, 7 | him weariness and trouble from himself, the devil, and 93 2, 8 | inasmuch as it reaches from earth to Heaven. ~ 94 2, 8 | thereof, for it reaches from Heaven to earth, that is, 95 2, 8 | that this Bridge reaches from Heaven to earth, and constitutes 96 2, 8 | offered to Me to take death from you and to give you life. ~ 97 2, 10 | yet it is not separated from the earth; and how these 98 2, 10 | understood: "If I am lifted up from the earth, I will draw all 99 2, 10 | that the Bridge reaches from Heaven to earth; this is 100 2, 10 | Mouth, where she finds peace from the terrible war she has 101 2, 10 | then, lifting her feet from the affections of the earth, 102 2, 10 | re-made, in order to free you from death, and to restore you 103 2, 11 | of virtue were prevented from arriving at their journey' 104 2, 11 | been proved in Him, and from Him all virtues have their 105 2, 11 | by a life of grace, but from Him, that is, without following 106 2, 11 | the mercy which descended from Heaven in the Incarnation 107 2, 11 | grace, and cannot faint from hunger, because the Truth 108 2, 11 | and being kept by them far from Me, the soul drowns, for 109 2, 11 | created things are taken from the sight of My creatures. 110 2, 13 | Bridge, namely Himself, arose from the earth, that is, from 111 2, 13 | from the earth, that is, from among the conversation of 112 2, 13 | meant when He said, 'I came from the Father, and I return 113 2, 13 | that you might be saved from the river and attain to 114 2, 13 | destroyed or taken away from him who wishes to follow 115 2, 13 | and stable, and proceeds from Me, who am immovable. ~ 116 2, 13 | that they may receive mercy from Me." ~ 117 2, 14 | Oh, Mercy, who proceeds from Your Eternal Father, the 118 2, 14 | descended to Limbo, to withdraw from their pain Your servants, 119 2, 15 | are fallen by their fault, from which cause, they have first 120 2, 15 | because he has not drawn life from grace. Inside the tree is 121 2, 15 | should have been humility, from the roots of pride, and 122 2, 16 | the light of the intellect from man, so much as does this 123 2, 17 | of the evils that proceed from it. ~ 124 2, 17 | profit. Avarice proceeds from and feeds pride, the one 125 2, 17 | feeds pride, the one follows from the other, because the miser 126 2, 17 | its own opinions, goes on from bad to worse. It is a fire 127 2, 17 | for his own reputation, from whence proceeds his desire 128 2, 17 | she has separated herself from Me, like an adulteress, 129 2, 19 | considers not its own dignity! From being great you have become 130 2, 19 | great you have become small, from a ruler you have become 131 2, 19 | glorious Bridge, He drawing you from out of your servitude when 132 2, 19 | remedies are ready to save men from eternal death, and they 133 2, 20 | others, who are descended from them, following the truth 134 2, 22 | torments of the damned, from which follow all the others; 135 2, 23 | was therefore separated from human nature, but I let 136 2, 25 | the pain of hunger are far from her. In love, the Blessed 137 2, 25 | moreover, both proceed from the same love. And they 138 2, 25 | My mercy, she is raised from the earth with the plenitude 139 2, 25 | rejoice in tasting the desire, from the certainty they feel 140 2, 25 | not having that delight from now to the general Judgment, 141 2, 26 | that they have received from Me, their reproof will seem 142 2, 27 | before she is separated from the body. ~ 143 2, 27 | their virtue, and receive from Me the glory of victory. 144 2, 27 | before the soul be separated from the body. Others who have 145 2, 27 | possess it before they depart from the body, at the extremity 146 2, 27 | obtained thereby. For the soul, from her nature, always relishes 147 2, 27 | there was a certain thorn, from which thorn all those who 148 2, 27 | and I do not draw away from any creature who wants to 149 2, 28 | the Truth, preventing it from seeing Me face to face. 150 2, 28 | as I told you pain is far from the desire, and weariness 151 2, 28 | the desire, and weariness from the satisfaction of it. 152 2, 30 | patience, which it drew from holy hatred. The virtues 153 2, 30 | disordinate love, cut it off from Me; you have also in you 154 2, 30 | soul is free, liberated from sin by the Blood of My Son, 155 2, 33 | climb in order to issue from the river without drowning, 156 2, 33 | Because he is separated from My grace and the love of 157 2, 35 | arisen with servile fear from the vomit of mortal sin, 158 2, 35 | life, the soul is separated from the body, wherefore while 159 2, 35 | He ought, then, to arise from servile fear, and arrive 160 2, 37 | imperfection, I withdraw from their minds My consolation 161 2, 37 | them thus, without drawing from them consolation indeed, 162 2, 37 | truth, everything proceeds from Me, that no leaf of a tree 163 2, 37 | in which they are washed from their iniquities. By this 164 2, 37 | or consolation withdrawn from them: this happens because 165 2, 37 | a pure love, prescinding from themselves, is necessary, 166 2, 37 | eternal life to fly sin from fear of punishment, or to 167 2, 37 | punishment, or to embrace virtue from the motive of one's own 168 2, 37 | herself is at first imperfect, from which imperfection she must 169 2, 38 | benefits which they receive from Me. The second mode of manifestation, 170 2, 38 | manifestation, which is developed from the first, is peculiar to 171 2, 39 | He and I are not separate from each other, on which account 172 2, 39 | that which He had, He had from Me, I having nothing from 173 2, 39 | from Me, I having nothing from Him; wherefore, again, He 174 2, 39 | because My Son proceeds from Me, not I from Him, though 175 2, 39 | proceeds from Me, not I from Him, though I with Him and 176 2, 39 | anything He had not received from Me, the Father. These words, 177 2, 39 | you should be separated from your bodies. Then, indeed, 178 2, 39 | the Word, face to face. From now until after the general 179 2, 40 | becomes a friend and how, from a friend, he grows into 180 2, 40 | receives his inheritance from Me, the Eternal Father, 181 2, 40 | and every virtue proceeds from charity, and charity is 182 2, 40 | humility, which results from the knowledge and holy hatred 183 2, 40 | They remained barred in from fear, because the soul always 184 2, 40 | perfection, after she has risen from the guilt of mortal sin, 185 2, 40 | what it is, begins to weep from fear of the penalty, whence 186 2, 40 | states, withdraw Myself from time to time, not in grace 187 2, 40 | clemency, which proceeds from Me the Father, and from 188 2, 40 | from Me the Father, and from the Son. Now, as I told 189 2, 40 | order to raise the soul from imperfection, I withdraw 190 2, 40 | imperfection, I withdraw Myself from her sentiment, depriving 191 2, 40 | she had separated herself from Me, and I deprived her of 192 2, 40 | by grace, withdraw Myself from her by sentiment, which 193 2, 40 | soul does in order to rise from imperfection and arrive 194 2, 40 | perfection, that I withdraw from her, not by grace but by 195 2, 41 | and perfection is acquired from Me, so is it manifested 196 2, 41 | without expecting any return from him, and what you do to 197 2, 41 | conversation turned aside from him, or himself deprived 198 2, 41 | love was originally drawn from Me, the Fountain of all 199 2, 41 | water, in order to drink from it. It is because his love 200 2, 41 | reason do I withdraw myself from the soul by sentiment, that 201 3, 1 | prayer, separated entirely from the consolations of the 202 3, 1 | herself in? She does so from fear, knowing her own imperfections, 203 3, 1 | imperfections, and also from the desire, which she has, 204 3, 1 | whatever it be, nor rises from holy prayer, for any reason 205 3, 1 | soul can defend herself from every adversary, if grasped 206 3, 2 | and how the soul proceeds from vocal to mental prayer, 207 3, 2 | thought or movement coming from her own body, or of the 208 3, 2 | such ardor and nourishment from prayer, if she pray only 209 3, 2 | and, in order to escape from his deceit, and to be pleasing 210 3, 2 | which is never withheld from him who will receive it) 211 3, 2 | Me, and she will arrive, from the vocal imperfect prayer, 212 3, 2 | to loosen her affection from herself, and fasten it in 213 3, 3 | the soul separates herself from imperfect love, and attains 214 3, 3 | the soul raises herself from imperfection and attains 215 3, 3 | her own consolations. But from this hatred, founded in 216 3, 3 | good, I withdraw delight from her mind. And if her sensuality, 217 3, 3 | things that in reality come from Me, which is what My sweet 218 3, 4 | Spirit, when they came forth from the house, and fearlessly 219 3, 4 | the fourth state, that is, from the third state, which is 220 3, 5 | latter have issued forth from the house, which is a sign 221 3, 5 | sign that they have arisen from imperfection and arrived 222 3, 5 | of the soul's affection, from thence arriving at the Side, 223 3, 5 | by finite pain. I poured from it Blood and Water, to show 224 3, 5 | the grace which he drew from Holy Baptism in virtue of 225 3, 5 | when the Soul was separated from the Body; but the fruit, 226 3, 6 | endure privation, and I take from him the goods of the world 227 3, 8 | Word, the Son, had borne from the beginning when I sent 228 3, 8 | the Sea Pacific, raised from imperfection, far from satiety, 229 3, 8 | raised from imperfection, far from satiety, and arrived at 230 3, 9 | he desired to be loosened from the body, as they do, who 231 3, 9 | his soul was not separated from his body, except through 232 3, 10 | And when I depart from the soul in the aforesaid 233 3, 10 | charity is a fire proceeding from Me, ravishing their heart 234 3, 11 | sacrifices, ravishing away from them their darkness, give 235 3, 11 | were formed, wherefore, from the intellect came science, 236 3, 11 | New Testament proceeded from the same light, the new 237 3, 11 | fear alone, being taken from it, by the coming of the 238 3, 11 | Every light that comes from Holy Scripture comes and 239 3, 11 | Scripture comes and came from this supernatural light. 240 3, 11 | course the natural light from whence proceeds science. 241 3, 11 | may appear to you, that, from what he says, the Scriptures 242 3, 11 | the soul being separated from the body, as I told you 243 3, 12 | devout soul seeks knowledge from God concerning the state 244 3, 12 | nevertheless she had joy from the hope of the promise 245 3, 12 | tears, she wished to learn from the Truth concerning the 246 3, 12 | the fruit that resulted from weeping. Wishing then to 247 3, 12 | Wishing then to know this from the Sweet, Supreme and First 248 3, 12 | the truth cannot be learnt from any other than from the 249 3, 12 | learnt from any other than from the Truth Himself, and nothing 250 3, 13 | belong to men who abandon sin from fear of punishment, and 251 3, 13 | in one soul, who, rising from fear and imperfect love, 252 3, 14 | of these tears, arising from the explanation of the aforesaid 253 3, 14 | that every tear proceeds from the heart, for there is 254 3, 14 | death, because proceeding from the heart, they are caused 255 3, 14 | disordinate love distinct from the love of Me; for such 256 3, 14 | weep, which tears issue from the very fountain of her 257 3, 14 | the consolation received from Me, the external being that 258 3, 14 | being that which she had from the creature, and when temptations 259 3, 14 | finally perfect self-hatred. From this she draws true knowledge 260 3, 14 | indeed been able to pass from the stormy ocean to Me, 261 3, 14 | union with Me), developed from the grief belonging to the 262 3, 14 | would fall at once, vomited from the heights to the depths. 263 3, 14 | graces each has received from Me, to be ministered unto 264 3, 14 | soul abandon the affection from which it has been developed, 265 3, 15 | infinite desire of your soul from which they proceed. I have 266 3, 15 | told you how tears come from the heart, and how the heart 267 3, 15 | when the soul is separated from the body and has reached 268 3, 15 | charity, and having passed from this life in a state of 269 3, 16 | of their own sensuality, from which comes damage to their 270 3, 16 | that every tear proceeded from the heart, and this is the 271 3, 16 | corrupt, everything that grows from it is corrupt also. Self-love 272 3, 16 | against a man's neighbor, from which often come many evils, 273 3, 16 | remove themselves far away from the love of My servants' 274 3, 16 | are the words which issue from their mouth in insult to 275 3, 16 | fault, because the heart from which they proceeded was 276 3, 16 | How much danger, apart from the spiritual privation 277 3, 17 | satisfaction which she had received from the Truth, concerning the 278 3, 17 | flee far in darkness away from Your doctrine, of which 279 3, 17 | judging keeps the soul far from You, so I do not wish to 280 3, 18 | three lights which issue from Me, the True Light. The 281 3, 18 | light of reason you draw from Me the True Light, by means 282 3, 18 | have two lights derived from this primary light, and 283 3, 20 | battle-field to deliver you from the hands of the Devil, 284 3, 20 | will, she shuns no labor from whatever source it comes, 285 3, 20 | seeking no reward, either from Me or from creatures, because 286 3, 20 | reward, either from Me or from creatures, because she is 287 3, 20 | and thus, rejoicing, draws from all the fragrance of the 288 3, 20 | daughter, never take offense from those they love, nor from 289 3, 20 | from those they love, nor from any rational creature, their 290 3, 20 | perfect purity, and be freed from stumbling-blocks, so that 291 3, 20 | and the further she is from Me, the more does her purity 292 3, 20 | for they are separated from Me, while the soul, who, 293 3, 20 | scandal separates the soul from Me, and prevents perfection, 294 3, 20 | benefits you have received from Me; and with the eye of 295 3, 21 | hunger without pain, for from that divine hunger pain 296 3, 21 | they desire, disgust is far from satiety, for I am the flawless 297 3, 22 | through grace and mercy, that, from today henceforward, I may 298 3, 22 | I may never again wander from the path of Your doctrine, 299 3, 22 | one of them may be taken from me by the hand of the infernal 300 3, 22 | me, miserable infirm one, from the beginning of my conversion 301 3, 22 | to You, because I know, from seeing what it has pleased 302 3, 22 | manifest, and still more from proof, that You are the 303 3, 23 | received and will receive from My goodness." ~ 304 3, 24 | be separated or divided from Me, as in the case of the 305 3, 24 | My power is not separated from His wisdom, nor the fiery 306 3, 24 | heat of the Holy Spirit from Me, the Father, or from 307 3, 24 | from Me, the Father, or from Him, the Son; for He is 308 3, 24 | the Holy Spirit proceeding from the Father and the Son, 309 3, 24 | for the benefits received from Me, the Eternal Father, 310 3, 24 | of these can be separated from each other, as I said to 311 3, 24 | nature, either by death or from any other cause. So that 312 3, 24 | you in order to take light from it -- the light itself does 313 3, 24 | nor can it be detached from its orbit. ~ 314 3, 24 | would not be separated from Me -- the True Sun, His 315 3, 24 | world came to take light from it, each would have it entire, 316 3, 25 | other benefits she receives from Me, the special Gift that 317 3, 25 | holy faith be taken away from her by infidelity. ~ 318 3, 25 | Divine nature, not detached from Me, as I revealed to you, 319 3, 25 | to you, and you saw issue from My breast a light, like 320 3, 25 | breast a light, like a ray from the sun, which proceeds 321 3, 25 | the sun, which proceeds from the circle of the sun without 322 3, 25 | without being separated from it, out of the midst of 323 3, 26 | seal, which, when lifted from the hot wax upon which it 324 3, 26 | was ever really separated from It, but constantly united 325 3, 28 | grace, which they have drawn from this True Light. With light 326 3, 28 | light cannot be separated from the warmth and color of 327 3, 28 | Sacraments, which draw their life from this Blood; this they do 328 3, 28 | the condition of the Sun from Me, the True Sun, because, 329 3, 28 | in deed, receiving virtue from Me. If you turn to Augustine, 330 3, 28 | servile fear, being free from it, and without any sin, 331 3, 28 | darkness of injustice, than from any other causes. ~ 332 3, 28 | on seeing one putrefying from the corruption of mortal 333 3, 28 | doing, he would cut him off from the congregation in order 334 3, 28 | other additional grace, from My Goodness. And therefore 335 3, 28 | love, they were in Me, and from Me they acquired the light 336 3, 28 | My only-begotten Son, and from Me they received the faculty 337 3, 28 | tyrants of the world, and from Me they had the fire of 338 3, 28 | rather recognized it to be from Me, and exercised it with 339 3, 28 | rested like good shepherds from putting the sheep into the 340 3, 28 | holy Cross, not fleeing from or refusing any labor, but 341 3, 29 | brought you a great treasure from which you obtained life, 342 3, 29 | that he should be cleansed from his foulness and properly 343 3, 29 | through their separation from My love, bring you great 344 3, 29 | Sacraments of the holy Church -- from which you obtain the life 345 3, 29 | grace which you receive from the great treasure, by which 346 3, 30 | fruit which love has drawn from the virtues. Oh, earthly 347 3, 30 | for the benefits received from Me, and have not been negligent 348 3, 31 | the darkness of self-love, from which has proceeded their 349 3, 31 | Your miseries are not hid from you now, for the worm of 350 3, 31 | death you may not escape from their hands, and therefore 351 3, 31 | mouth your heart was far from Me. Conscience also shows 352 3, 31 | receive both harm and fear from the appearance of the devils, 353 3, 31 | subjects, and suck the blood from My spouse, that is, the 354 3, 32 | above every other light, from whom issues all light! Oh! 355 3, 32 | bestowed upon me, I have from You, who give them to me 356 3, 32 | I may be cured and rise from my infirmity. You have soothed 357 3, 32 | Moreover, I have received light from Your Greatness and Charity, 358 3, 32 | a river of tears, drawn from the knowledge of Your infinite 359 3, 32 | streams of water issuing from You, the Sea Pacific. Thanks, 360 3, 32 | ought not and cannot refrain from opening to him who knocks 361 3, 32 | mercy. You have created us from nothing; now, therefore, 362 4, 1 | to Me, rising to Heaven from the conversation of men 363 4, 1 | Whence proceeded this love? From the clear vision with which 364 4, 1 | virtues draw their life from love, He possessed them 365 4, 1 | but in a different way from that in which you do. Among 366 4, 1 | perceiving it. For He has cast from Himself the darkness of 367 4, 1 | companion virtue proceeding from obedience and humility, 368 4, 1 | that disobedience comes from pride, which issues from 369 4, 1 | from pride, which issues from self-love depriving the 370 4, 2 | that you all derive grace from it, just as from disobedience 371 4, 2 | derive grace from it, just as from disobedience you all derive 372 4, 2 | humility, which saves you from coveting, contrary to My 373 4, 2 | so long that it reaches from earth to heaven and unlocks 374 4, 3 | the bit of obedience, go from bad to worse, from sin to 375 4, 3 | obedience, go from bad to worse, from sin to sin, from misery 376 4, 3 | worse, from sin to sin, from misery to misery, from darkness 377 4, 3 | from misery to misery, from darkness to darkness, from 378 4, 3 | from darkness to darkness, from death to death, until they 379 4, 3 | for it has seduced them from the way of Truth, leading 380 4, 4 | kind, which is not divided from the first, but is more perfect, 381 4, 5 | How a soul advances from general to particular obedience; 382 4, 5 | virtues draw their life from charily, nevertheless, as 383 4, 6 | wish to or not, they cast from them the load of their riches, 384 4, 6 | him for their own profit. From these relations they go 385 4, 6 | impurity, for if sometimes from shame or through lack of 386 4, 6 | perfectly obedient man sees from afar with the light of holy 387 4, 6 | which would come to him from temporal possessions and 388 4, 6 | temporal possessions and from walking weighed down by 389 4, 6 | for the soul has cut off from herself that which kept 390 4, 6 | those who are separated from My Will, it is not in order 391 4, 6 | with a holy envy, stealing from him the virtue in which 392 4, 6 | this he would be separated from brotherly love. The obedient 393 4, 7 | to except by recommencing from the first. So charity is 394 4, 7 | received this hundredfold from Me, they possess a wonderful 395 4, 8 | miserable fruits which proceed from disobedience. ~ 396 4, 8 | as has been said) issues from self-love. For him everything 397 4, 8 | only-begotten Son, who removed pain from it, so that he walks by 398 4, 8 | should be suddenly torn from the ship, which will happen 399 4, 8 | pride, which he has drawn from self-love. Wherefore everything 400 4, 8 | Wherefore everything that issues from this root -- flowers, leaves, 401 4, 8 | continence, which spring from the foot of the tree; that 402 4, 8 | death. And what stench comes from this fruit, sprung from 403 4, 8 | from this fruit, sprung from the flowers of the tree? 404 4, 8 | of children? This comes from your disobedience. You have 405 4, 8 | therefore are not led away from the sweet table of the refectory, 406 4, 8 | with his heart he is far from Me. He gladly escapes from 407 4, 8 | from Me. He gladly escapes from the chapter-house when he 408 4, 8 | die of hunger, taking away from him the food of the merit 409 4, 8 | his clothes are loosened from the ship at death, disobedience 410 4, 8 | with the devils who fell from heaven, because they rebelled 411 4, 8 | against obedience and cast from you the key which would 412 4, 9 | therefore his command comes from My dispensation, and from 413 4, 9 | from My dispensation, and from My will, wherefore I say 414 4, 9 | testimonies, for it proceeds from the height of faith. ~ 415 4, 9 | that that soul had risen from the dryness of disobedience, 416 4, 9 | that your body was raised from the earth, and an obedience 417 4, 9 | light he has slain and cast from him his humbled self-will, 418 4, 9 | have taken all darkness from him; he remains strong and 419 4, 9 | destroyed his own will, from which comes all feebleness 420 4, 9 | virtues), receives his end from Me, his Creator." ~ 421 4, 10 | beloved daughter, satisfied from the beginning to the end 422 4, 10 | darkness and persecutions from it, punishing its iniquities 423 4, 10 | figure of a Bridge, reaching from earth to heaven, through 424 4, 10 | you that all tears issue from the fountain of the heart, 425 4, 10 | made by divine providence, from the first beginning of the 426 4, 10 | Son, you have life, and as from that first old man you contracted 427 4, 11 | hands, nor turned Your face from me, nor despised my desires; 428 4, 11 | will Your face be hidden from my eyes? Melt at once the 429 4, 11 | Holy Spirit, who proceeds from You and Your Son, by whom 430 4, 11 | and holy life, and arise from my miserable sins, for through 431 Lette, 0| so violent a stroke that from that day onwards she was 432 Lette, 0| From that hour began new travail 433 Lette, 0| plaints which she exhaled from the depth of her heart appeared 434 Lette, 0| after communion, she arose from the earth in such a state 435 Lette, 0| the soul which she derived from the consideration of the 436 Lette, 0| committed against God, and from the dangers ever more grave 437 Lette, 0| full of intolerable pains, from the soles of her feet to 438 Lette, 0| skin, and so feeble was she from the waist downwards that 439 Lette, 0| herself, even a little, from one side to another. In 440 Lette, 0| show that she was suffering from grave assaults of demons, 441 Lette, 0| her face suddenly changed from gloom to angelic light, 442 Lette, 0| doubt that, like one saved from a deep sea, she was restored 443 Lette, 0| the contrary, have fled from labors, especially where 444 Lette, 0| with this food alone, taken from the table of the most holy 445 Lette, 0| chose me for Your spouse, from the beginning of my childhood, 446 Lette, 0| or again, passing them on from one to the other. After 447 Lette, 0| obtain a particular grace from God -- namely, that in these 448 Lette, 0| distract the holy virgin from the fervor of her prayer;


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