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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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obedient

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 7| whereas they would have been obedient to him, had he remained 2 3, 11| charity and purity. To the obedient ones is declared, by it, 3 4, 1| eternal life if he be not obedient, for the door was unlocked 4 4, 1| humility; therefore a soul is obedient in proportion to her humility, 5 4, 2| continue to speak of the obedient and of the disobedient together, 6 4, 2| creature, and is therefore obedient, becoming subject to the 7 4, 3| and the excellence of the obedient are spoken of. ~ 8 4, 3| Contrariwise, My beloved sons, obedient and observers of the law, 9 4, 5| one dead, if she is truly obedient; that is to say, if she 10 4, 5| spiritual, for if he is truly obedient, and observes his order, 11 4, 5| disobedience, for had they been obedient and observed the vow of 12 4, 6| Of the excellence of the obedient, and of the misery of the 13 4, 6| disobedient and the virtue of the obedient, so that a man may better 14 4, 6| away. And because the truly obedient have seen with the light 15 4, 6| Wherefore the perfectly obedient man sees from afar with 16 4, 6| Wherefore the perfectly obedient man rises above himself 17 4, 6| obedience? Injuries? No, for the obedient man is patient, patience 18 4, 6| conversations of a truly obedient man are good and perfect, 19 4, 6| The obedient man wishes to be the first 20 4, 6| when he sees a brother more obedient than himself he regards 21 4, 6| from brotherly love. The obedient man does not leave the refectory, 22 4, 6| serving all with charity. The obedient man does not wish to fulfill 23 4, 6| the truly and perfectly obedient man does without pain and 24 4, 7| How the truly obedient receive a hundredfold for 25 4, 7| eternal life, in whom the obedient taste eternal life. It is 26 4, 7| with obedience, remains obedient until death." ~ 27 4, 8| what it would be for the obedient man. For how can this wretch 28 4, 8| of truth founded by the obedient Lamb, My only-begotten Son, 29 4, 8| children as does the truly obedient religious; you strive to 30 4, 8| Therefore the obedient have done well, who have 31 4, 8| in peace and quiet. The obedient religious does not think 32 4, 9| according to the labor of the obedient, nor according to the length 33 4, 9| promptitude of the truly obedient; and of the miracles which 34 4, 9| and reward of the truly obedient man. ~ 35 4, 9| intention. Wherefore the truly obedient man obeys rather the intention 36 4, 9| solid under the feet of the obedient man. And as for the obedience 37 4, 9| find that animals obey the obedient man; for a certain disciple, 38 4, 9| Me. Everything that the obedient man does is a source of 39 4, 9| The obedient man speaks words of peace 40 4, 9| to him. Thus, then, the obedient man, with the light of faith


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