Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
murray 1
must 37
my 881
myself 57
mysteries 4
mysterious 1
mystery 3
Frequency    [«  »]
59 earth
59 things
57 glory
57 myself
57 two
57 words
56 after
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

IntraText - Concordances

myself

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 1 | commandment, will I manifest Myself; and he shall be one thing 2 1, 1 | of God) "they are another Myself, inasmuch as they have lost 3 1, 2 | Eternal Father, I accuse myself before You, in order that 4 2, 2 | term of her being, that is Myself, her God, who am Eternal 5 2, 5 | with My dignity, joined Myself to the baseness of your 6 2, 6 | the debt of love both of Myself and of their neighbor, with 7 2, 17 | first by grace, and hiding Myself within her, and making of 8 2, 25 | that good that I have in Myself, everyone according to his 9 2, 27 | know that I then showed you Myself under the figure of a Tree, 10 2, 27 | shown them the Truth, making Myself visible to them, and I have 11 2, 37 | deserts, but I do not reveal Myself to them, because secrets 12 2, 37 | love, I do not manifest Myself to them. If they, through 13 2, 37 | friend. And I will manifest Myself to them, as My Truth said 14 2, 37 | him, and I will manifest Myself to him and we will dwell 15 2, 38 | you know how I manifest Myself to the soul who loves Me 16 2, 38 | Acceptor of holy desires, and Myself in the soul in that precise 17 2, 38 | Me. Sometimes I manifest Myself (and this is also a part 18 2, 39 | Father," but "I will manifest myself." ~ 19 2, 39 | so it is that I manifest Myself to you, because We are one 20 2, 39 | Truth said, 'I will manifest Myself to you,' He said the truth, 21 2, 39 | Father,' but 'I will manifest Myself,' being one thing with the 22 2, 39 | manifest to you, by means of Myself, Me and Him. The third reason 23 2, 39 | I, the Invisible, made Myself, as it were, visible by 24 2, 39 | rather, 'I will manifest Myself to you,' as if He should 25 2, 39 | himself to Me, will I manifest myself to you, for in this manifestation 26 2, 40 | these two states, withdraw Myself from time to time, not in 27 2, 40 | imperfection, I withdraw Myself from her sentiment, depriving 28 2, 40 | soul by grace, withdraw Myself from her by sentiment, which 29 2, 40 | perceives that I have withdrawn Myself, she does not, on that account, 30 2, 41 | same reason do I withdraw myself from the soul by sentiment, 31 3, 2 | darkness, but I will hide myself in the wounds of Christ 32 3, 2 | Christ crucified, and bathe myself in His Blood and so shall 33 3, 9 | Trinity, I dispossessed him of Myself, because on Me can no pain 34 3, 14 | and in that Sea, which is Myself, the Supreme and Eternal 35 3, 14 | loved you without being Myself loved, and without any consideration 36 3, 14 | without any consideration of Myself whatsoever, for I loved 37 3, 16 | himself there is nothing but Myself, the Eternal God. Therefore 38 3, 17 | I would humbly confine myself to the sign of virtue. These 39 3, 18 | to receive My grace, and Myself the True Good. See then 40 3, 22 | I do not beseech You for myself alone, Father, but for the 41 3, 25 | consecration, and I manifested Myself to you, and you saw issue 42 3, 32 | spoke as being anything of myself, I should be lying by my 43 3, 32 | solicitous desire, knowing myself and Your goodness and the 44 4, 9 | can comprehend and value Myself truly. And in My own estimate 45 4, 9 | estimate and comprehension of Myself I rejoice, and this joy, 46 4, 9 | the good which I have in Myself, I share with you, and with 47 4, 10 | I invite you to endure, Myself lamenting with you over 48 4, 11 | creature, for, looking at myself in You, I saw myself to 49 4, 11 | at myself in You, I saw myself to be Your image, my life 50 4, 11 | of love, that I may see myself, who am Your creature, there 51 4, 11 | light I know to represent to myself You -- the Supreme and Infinite 52 Lette, 0| guilty sinner, recommend myself to your holy prayers as 53 Lette, 0| desire; and although I know myself to be but little fitted 54 Lette, 0| You honor, and to spend myself in labors for my neighbor, 55 Lette, 0| to abandon all thought of myself and to consider solely the 56 Lette, 0| most holy Cross, to comfort myself? But I have sought my own 57 Lette, 0| did ever invite me to bind myself to You alone by sweet, loving,


IntraText® (V89) Copyright 1996-2007 Èulogos SpA