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faults 6
favor 3
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fear 93
feared 3
fearing 9
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94 fire
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92 come
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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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fear

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 11 | and without any servile fear of the rain of Divine justice, 2 2, 20 | give them love and holy fear with hatred of vice and 3 2, 23 | the just it will cause the fear of reverence with great 4 2, 25 | then do not await, with fear, the Divine judgment, but 5 2, 27 | victory. And no one should fear any battle or temptation 6 2, 27 | deceived by a disordinate fear, and how I am your God, 7 2, 33 | accompanied he would not fear, and had he ascended the 8 2, 33 | securely without any servile fear, having ascended the first 9 2, 33 | is, with a holy and true fear, and love of virtue. He 10 2, 34 | themselves pricked by servile fear, that is, fearing their 11 2, 35 | How servile fear is not sufficient, without 12 2, 35 | life; and how the law of fear and that of love are united. ~ 13 2, 35 | have arisen with servile fear from the vomit of mortal 14 2, 35 | love of virtue, servile fear alone is not sufficient 15 2, 35 | life. But love with holy fear is sufficient, because the 16 2, 35 | founded in love and holy fear. The old law was the law 17 2, 35 | The old law was the law of fear, that was given by Me to 18 2, 35 | And He united the law of fear with that of love. Through 19 2, 35 | the imperfection of the fear of the penalty, and the 20 2, 35 | and the perfection of holy fear remained, that is, the fear 21 2, 35 | fear remained, that is, the fear of offending, not on account 22 2, 35 | therefore, no need for servile fear; and this does not mean 23 2, 35 | then, to arise from servile fear, and arrive at love and 24 2, 35 | arrive at love and holy fear of Me, otherwise there is 25 2, 36 | exercising oneself in servile fear, which is the state of imperfection, 26 2, 36 | who are moved by servile fear, and have climbed so far 27 2, 36 | and stripped of servile fear. And doing so, such souls 28 2, 36 | through love and not through fear, and if, with hatred of 29 2, 37 | fidelity without servile fear of punishment, but rather 30 2, 37 | come to naught through the fear of enduring pain, and those 31 2, 37 | eternal life to fly sin from fear of punishment, or to embrace 32 2, 37 | climbed this step with servile fear and mercenary love alone, 33 2, 37 | quell the motions of servile fear in their heart, and to correct 34 2, 40 | imperfectly through servile fear, but, by exercise and perseverance, 35 2, 40 | remained barred in from fear, because the soul always 36 2, 40 | Spirit, they lost their fear, and followed and preached 37 2, 40 | is, begins to weep from fear of the penalty, whence she 38 3, 1 | herself in? She does so from fear, knowing her own imperfections, 39 3, 2 | broadness of My mercy, for fear that otherwise she should 40 3, 4 | necessity she loses that fear of being deprived of her 41 3, 11 | the old law, founded in fear alone, being taken from 42 3, 11 | love, and replacing the fear of penalty by holy fear. 43 3, 11 | fear of penalty by holy fear. And, therefore, said My 44 3, 11 | it lacks, taking away the fear of penalty, and founding 45 3, 11 | founding it in love and holy fear. How was this declared to 46 3, 13 | imperfect tears caused by fear; but first rather of the 47 3, 13 | The former are those of fear, and belong to men who abandon 48 3, 13 | men who abandon sin from fear of punishment, and weep 49 3, 13 | punishment, and weep for fear. The third are the tears 50 3, 13 | one soul, who, rising from fear and imperfect love, reaches 51 3, 14 | guilt, set to weeping for fear of the penalty they have 52 3, 14 | virtue, begins to lose her fear, knowing that fear alone 53 3, 14 | lose her fear, knowing that fear alone is not sufficient 54 3, 15 | very truth, without any fear of ever losing that which 55 3, 17 | points, concerning which I fear that they are, or may become, 56 3, 22 | with due reverence and holy fear, for love of You, in a way 57 3, 28 | them without any servile fear, because they were not thinking 58 3, 28 | truth, they did not even fear death. They were true gardeners 59 3, 28 | them lived in holy, true fear, and grew up like sweet 60 3, 28 | them without any servile fear, being free from it, and 61 3, 28 | the people and caused holy fear to be with them, and unity 62 3, 28 | bear perverted and servile fear. Because they fear to lose 63 3, 28 | servile fear. Because they fear to lose their position or 64 3, 28 | and, fettered by servile fear, they make believe not to 65 3, 28 | delights of the world. They fear not to correct, for he who 66 3, 28 | lordship or prelacy will not fear to lose it, and will reprove 67 3, 28 | reprove him of guilt, does not fear. ~ 68 3, 28 | they were without servile fear that anything should diminish 69 3, 28 | himself, is that he does not fear with a servile fear. They 70 3, 28 | not fear with a servile fear. They who hope in themselves 71 3, 28 | themselves are the ones who fear, and are afraid of their 72 3, 28 | others all lost their every fear, because they were not alone 73 3, 30 | extinguishing his natural fear and overcoming it with holy 74 3, 30 | causes him no terror or fear, as it would do to another 75 3, 30 | give them trouble or any fear, because in them is not 76 3, 30 | sin. There is no servile fear in them, but holy fear. 77 3, 30 | servile fear in them, but holy fear. Wherefore they do not fear 78 3, 30 | fear. Wherefore they do not fear the demon's deception, because 79 3, 31 | Devil causes no harm or fear, for fear and harm can only 80 3, 31 | causes no harm or fear, for fear and harm can only be caused 81 3, 31 | sins, receive both harm and fear from the appearance of the 82 3, 31 | worm of conscience, and of fear and terror at their horrible 83 4, 2 | your loins with it, for fear you lose it. Know, My daughter, 84 4, 3 | evil, safety without any fear, riches without any poverty, 85 4, 5 | of virtue, others through fear, others through penance, 86 4, 5 | spreading the faith without any fear, to such an extent that 87 4, 6 | is with those who truly fear Me, and if he should converse 88 4, 6 | not of clothes; he has no fear that thieves will come to 89 4, 8 | chapter-house when he can through fear of penance. When he is obliged 90 4, 9 | having lost all weakness and fear, having destroyed his own 91 4, 9 | feebleness and disordinate fear. And what is the food of 92 4, 11 | not turbid, and causes no fear to the soul, for she knows 93 Lette, 0| unheard-of agony, I should fear to injure, by my explanations,


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