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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| instruments, we, who are not Germans, have come to take 2 Intro, 0| solely ad narrandum, is not history; the historian's 3 Intro, 0| the historian's task is not over when he has disinterred 4 Intro, 0| successfully, must be based, not only upon insight into human 5 Intro, 0| It must not be thought, however, that 6 Intro, 0| the Divine Justice, could not, in his own person, escape 7 Intro, 0| hierarchical Church was not considered as the sole manifestation 8 Intro, 0| the legitimate guardian. Not infrequently indeed that 9 Intro, 0| needless to say that they were not revolutionaries -- had they 10 Intro, 0| has been made eternal. And not far from that ancient fortress-home, 11 Intro, 0| as a twin-sister, who did not survive. Her parents, Giacomo 12 Intro, 0| with such love, forgetting not only the road she was on, 13 Intro, 0| the vision lasted, had she not been violently diverted 14 Intro, 0| you doing here? why do you not come?' Then Catherine, as 15 Intro, 0| seen what I see, you would not distract me from so sweet 16 Intro, 0| had granted it, and she, not being able to endure this 17 Intro, 0| over Italy, and last, but not least, with the distant 18 Intro, 0| their heel. Assuredly it was not from Christian bishops who 19 Intro, 0| the city of St. Peter. But not many years passed before 20 Intro, 0| decline in its position could not fail to affect even its 21 Intro, 0| Rome herself had produced not a few popes whose lives 22 Intro, 0| Domino, who had derived it, not without much adroit manipulation, 23 Intro, 0| use and wont religion," not assuredly in the entirety 24 Intro, 0| large tracts of country, not only in Italy, but also 25 Intro, 0| history of the Church, is not wanting in such instances. 26 Intro, 0| spiritualized imagination, not, as too often in these days 27 Intro, 0| offer us, our hearts do not run to meet them, as they 28 Intro, 0| positive purity of heart, which not only sees God, but diffuses 29 Intro, 0| well-intentioned no doubt, but not endowed with the higher 30 Intro, 0| mental faculties, whom it is not unfair to describe as the 31 1, 1 | elevation of mind, God was not wont to conceal, from the 32 1, 1 | considered that a soul could not be of use, whether in doctrine, 33 1, 1 | her neighbor, if she did not first profit herself, that 34 1, 1 | herself, that is, if she did not acquire virtue in herself -- 35 1, 3 | How finite works are not sufficient for punishment 36 1, 3 | herself, saying: "Do you not know, dear daughter, that 37 1, 3 | that you should know, that not all the pains that are given 38 1, 3 | is, by true contrition, not through the finite pain 39 1, 3 | body to be burned, and have not love, it would be worth 40 1, 3 | shows that finite works are not valid, either as punishment 41 1, 4 | for the guilt only, and not the penalty. ~ 42 1, 4 | daughter, that the guilt is not punished in this finite 43 1, 4 | contrition of the heart; not by virtue of the pain, but 44 1, 4 | that, in yourself, you do not even exist; for your very 45 1, 4 | continues in constant pain; not, however, a pain which afflicts 46 1, 4 | loves Me; for, if she did not love Me, she would not be 47 1, 4 | did not love Me, she would not be obliged to do so; whence 48 1, 4 | are effaced, and I shall not remember that you ever offended 49 1, 4 | that their obstinacy should not be so great in their despair 50 1, 4 | for their loss. But I do not, in general, grant to these 51 1, 4 | their guilt, since they are not disposed, on their side, 52 1, 4 | of My servants. They do not receive their grief with 53 1, 4 | contrition, wherefore they have not, as others, remission of 54 1, 4 | guise of correction, and do not resist over much the clemency 55 1, 4 | their own ruin and judgment, not through defect of mercy, 56 1, 4 | diamond, which, if it be not broken by the Blood, can 57 1, 4 | no remedy, because he has not used the dowry which I gave 58 1, 4 | stench, inasmuch as they have not satisfied for their sins 59 1, 4 | guilt by perfect contrition, not through the finite pain; 60 1, 4 | contrition in perfection satisfy not only for the guilt, but 61 1, 4 | receive grace, and have not sufficient contrition and 62 1, 4 | of your desire, and let not a moment pass without crying 63 1, 5 | others in you, and you did not remark that you were really 64 1, 5 | unless you do so, you will not prove yourselves to be spouses 65 1, 6 | man therefore, who does not love, does not help him, 66 1, 6 | who does not love, does not help him, and thereby does 67 1, 6 | neighbor, for, if he do not love Me, he cannot be in 68 1, 6 | and then to his neighbor, not against Me, for no evil 69 1, 6 | neighbor. Him he injures in not paying him the debt, which 70 1, 6 | self-love; and he (a man not loving God) does not do 71 1, 6 | man not loving God) does not do this, because he has 72 1, 6 | towards his neighbor; and, by not doing it, he does him, as 73 1, 6 | injury. And he does him evil, not only by not doing him the 74 1, 6 | does him evil, not only by not doing him the good that 75 1, 6 | still further, that is, not content with not giving 76 1, 6 | that is, not content with not giving an example of virtue, 77 1, 6 | origin in cupidity, which not only prevents a man from 78 1, 6 | and in this case he does not poison one only, but whoever 79 1, 7 | alone, without desire, was not sufficient to punish a fault. ~ 80 1, 7 | different way, that is to say not all to one, but to one, 81 1, 7 | and graces of virtue, and not only in the case of spiritual 82 1, 7 | indifferently, and I have not placed them all in one soul, 83 1, 8 | harm; his infidelity does not diminish the faith or the 84 1, 8 | servant, because he does not love Me, placing his faith 85 1, 8 | My faithful servant does not leave him because he does 86 1, 8 | leave him because he does not faithfully love Me, or because 87 1, 8 | love Me, or because he does not constantly seek, with hope 88 1, 8 | neighbor, and so, justice is not diminished by the wicked 89 1, 8 | say, also, to you, that, not only is virtue proved in 90 1, 8 | and, if fortitude were not able to make that good proof 91 1, 8 | contrarieties, it would not be a serious virtue founded 92 2, 1 | How the affection should not place reliance chiefly on 93 2, 1 | as I have told you. They not only consist of those virtues 94 2, 1 | indeed, if the soul perform not her penance with discretion, 95 2, 1 | because her penance will not be done in the light of 96 2, 1 | discretion, and she will not seize hold of My truth; 97 2, 1 | otherwise the tree would not produce the virtue of discretion, 98 2, 1 | fruit of life, if it were not planted in the virtue of 99 2, 1 | merited, knowing that she does not even exist of herself, and 100 2, 1 | and attributing to Me, and not to herself, her being, which 101 2, 1 | negligent, in that she has not made the most of her time, 102 2, 1 | for, were this humility not in the soul, the soul would 103 2, 2 | that if this soul have not in very truth the divine 104 2, 2 | otherwise, the circle would not be without end and beginning, 105 2, 2 | if this knowledge were not contained in Me). Then the 106 2, 3 | arriving at virtue, and not as the principal affection 107 2, 3 | with many penances, and not his own will, did not give 108 2, 3 | and not his own will, did not give Me much pleasure; but 109 2, 3 | observed merely as means, and not as the fundamental affection 110 2, 3 | because such a work would not be alone, but accompanied 111 2, 3 | corporal works as means, and not as the principal foundation; 112 2, 3 | foundation; for it would not be becoming that that principal 113 2, 3 | continued then to do them, she not only would receive no merit, 114 2, 3 | adopt them as a means, and not as an end. For, if she takes 115 2, 3 | then are they who give Me not only words but manifold 116 2, 3 | infinitely, and yet I do not, by this, exclude words, 117 2, 3 | instruments of virtue, and not as a principal end in themselves. ~ 118 2, 3 | being ordered aright, does not cause the injury of sin 119 2, 3 | virtue, the motive would not be a rightly ordered or 120 2, 3 | rather indiscreet, for it is not lawful to perform even one 121 2, 3 | restricted love, as I have said, not doing herself the injury 122 2, 3 | Because, when perfection is not in the soul, everything 123 2, 3 | others is imperfect. It would not, therefore, be just that 124 2, 3 | you, that, if virtue were not visible and did not shine 125 2, 3 | were not visible and did not shine in the time of trial, 126 2, 3 | time of trial, it would not have been truly conceived; 127 2, 3 | conceived a child, if she do not bring it forth, so that 128 2, 3 | Spouse of the soul, if she do not produce the child of virtue, 129 2, 3 | that, in truth, she has not conceived virtue at all; 130 2, 4 | given her by grace, and not as her due. In that same 131 2, 4 | the soul; so that, had she not been surrounded by the strength 132 2, 4 | Supreme Strength, it would not have been possible for her 133 2, 4 | damnation; and then You will not only be praised by my wretched 134 2, 4 | when it is my own sins, and not those of Your other creatures, 135 2, 5 | breasts of Holy Church; and, not only should they feed themselves, 136 2, 5 | say, It gives death and not life; not through defect 137 2, 5 | gives death and not life; not through defect of the Blood, 138 2, 5 | because his evil would not spoil nor defile the Blood 139 2, 5 | receives it unworthily, not through defect of the Blood, 140 2, 5 | stuff, were corrupted and not disposed to the possession 141 2, 5 | demanded suffering. But man was not sufficient to satisfy it, 142 2, 5 | satisfied for himself, and not for other rational creatures, 143 2, 5 | was enfeebled, and could not satisfy for the above reason, 144 2, 5 | for the whole human race, not only on account of the pain 145 2, 5 | medicine, which man could not drink on account of his 146 2, 5 | strong, and the child is not fit to endure its bitterness. 147 2, 5 | removed from the soul, though not altogether, by Holy Baptism, 148 2, 5 | mud like a brute, and does not learn this great benefit 149 2, 6 | as I have said, men are not grateful, but, going from 150 2, 6 | continue to give them, that, not only do they not attribute 151 2, 6 | that, not only do they not attribute what they have 152 2, 6 | devil, I made you free. And, not only did I give you liberty, 153 2, 6 | you above, and if they do not do it, the greater their 154 2, 6 | though, in truth, he is not consumed, because the damned 155 2, 6 | consumed, because the damned do not lose their being through 156 2, 6 | through their fault, but not their natural existence. 157 2, 6 | will be restored to her, not by the knife nor by cruelty, 158 2, 6 | darkness of perverse man, not fearing the world's persecutions, 159 2, 7 | Life. Wherefore men did not render Me glory in the way 160 2, 7 | ought to have, as they did not participate in that Good 161 2, 7 | created them, and My truth was not fulfilled. This truth is 162 2, 7 | which I had placed him. He, not remaining therein, transgressed 163 2, 7 | across the flood, you may not be drowned, which flood 164 2, 7 | and how ignorant he is, not to take the remedy which 165 2, 8 | life; but the Bridge could not be made of earth sufficiently 166 2, 8 | earth of human nature was not sufficient to satisfy for 167 2, 8 | And observe, that it is not enough, in order that you 168 2, 9 | Bridge, and those who do not. ~ 169 2, 9 | all sweetness! Who would not be inflamed by such great 170 2, 9 | creature, as if You could not live without him, and yet 171 2, 9 | us, Your greatness does not increase through our good, 172 2, 9 | Bridge and those who do not; should it please Your goodness 173 2, 10 | lifted on high, yet it is not separated from the earth; 174 2, 10 | consumed, because He does not love you for His own profit, 175 2, 10 | water, running beneath, may not touch it; for, in My Son, 176 2, 10 | being lifted on high, He was not lifted out of the earth, 177 2, 10 | Greater love, then, I could not show you, than to lay down 178 2, 10 | the rational creature has not been made for them, but 179 2, 11 | if the rain come, it may not impede the traveler. Do 180 2, 11 | virtues. These stones were not built into the walls before 181 2, 11 | end, because Heaven was not yet unlocked with the key 182 2, 11 | the rain of Justice did not let them pass; but, after 183 2, 11 | there is no virtue which has not been proved in Him, and 184 2, 11 | on their pilgrimage, may not, through weariness, faint 185 2, 11 | he who follows Me does not walk in darkness, but in 186 2, 11 | no man can come to Me if not by Him,' and so indeed it 187 2, 11 | But he, who walks not on this road, goes under 188 2, 11 | Wherefore, if the affection is not placed on the stones, but 189 2, 11 | that he loves), but he does not succeed, either, through 190 2, 12 | punished. The tongue would not be sufficient to relate 191 2, 13 | day of the Ascension, did not for that reason have the 192 2, 13 | wisdom of My Son -- 'Do not stand here any longer, for 193 2, 13 | will return to you, I will not leave you orphans, but will 194 2, 13 | because the Holy Spirit came not alone, but with the power 195 2, 13 | See then how He returns, not in actual flesh and blood, 196 2, 13 | the less, returned to you, not in His bodily presence, 197 2, 13 | bodily presence He will not return until the last Day 198 2, 13 | walk over the Bridge, and not underneath it, because underneath 199 2, 13 | it, because underneath is not the way of truth, but the 200 2, 14 | like one intoxicated, could not contain herself, but standing 201 2, 14 | of Your creatures! I do not wonder that You say of those 202 2, 14 | and return to You, 'I do not remember that you have ever 203 2, 14 | Oh, ineffable Mercy! I do not wonder that You say this 204 2, 14 | shines, for the damned do not receive the pains they deserve; 205 2, 14 | Oh, Loving Madman! was it not enough for You to become 206 2, 14 | that You must also die? Was not death enough, that You must 207 2, 14 | commemorating You, should not lose the memory of Your 208 2, 15 | of their intellect sees not and knows not My Truth, 209 2, 15 | intellect sees not and knows not My Truth, because their 210 2, 15 | governed by that which is not, that is by sin, for sin 211 2, 15 | of death, because he has not drawn life from grace. Inside 212 2, 15 | the river, and she does not see that the water does 213 2, 15 | see that the water does not support her." ~ 214 2, 16 | This the philosophers knew, not by the light of grace, because 215 2, 16 | grace, because they had it not, but because nature gave 216 2, 16 | the thought of them should not occupy their heart. Not 217 2, 16 | not occupy their heart. Not so does the ignorant and 218 2, 17 | in their memory they have not the remembrance of My mercy, 219 2, 17 | if they had it they would not be cruel to themselves or 220 2, 17 | riches, so that she cares not to observe My commandments. ~ 221 2, 17 | boasting in that which does not belong to it. It is a root 222 2, 17 | always gnawing, and does not let the miser have any happiness 223 2, 17 | so brutish, that they do not consider their children 224 2, 17 | mercy I sustain them, I do not command the earth to swallow 225 2, 17 | of souls, when they will not give their substance? Would 226 2, 17 | she does because she does not consider the benefit of 227 2, 18 | themselves -- to themselves by not paying the debt of virtue, 228 2, 18 | virtue, and towards Me by not paying the debt of honor 229 2, 18 | and ignorant men who do not recognize Me in themselves 230 2, 18 | themselves so that they did not recognize the Truth, My 231 2, 18 | begotten Son, and rendered not His due to the Eternal Truth, 232 2, 18 | among you.' But they knew it not, because, in the aforesaid 233 2, 18 | reason, and so they did not pay their debt of honor 234 2, 19 | generation in that it considers not its own dignity! From being 235 2, 19 | any vice remained that was not punished and beaten out 236 2, 20 | virtue, and this truth has not been shown them by an angel, 237 2, 20 | cannot offend, and feels not the vexations of the flesh 238 2, 20 | now as then. My power is not weakened, and cannot become 239 2, 20 | them. Wherefore, if they do not amend while they have time, 240 2, 21 | and grieve for her fault, not on account of the pain of 241 2, 21 | and of false judgment, and not so much of general injustice 242 2, 21 | because the soul would not be pardoned, depreciating 243 2, 21 | over My displeasure, and do not render to Me that which 244 2, 22 | daughter, the tongue is not sufficient to narrate the 245 2, 22 | without the torments and not to see Me. ~ 246 2, 22 | that the heart of man could not imagine it. And if you remember 247 2, 22 | you have seen, even you do not know well how horrible he 248 2, 22 | This fire burns and does not consume, for the being of 249 2, 22 | consumed, because it is not a material thing that fire 250 2, 22 | others. Now because they did not amend themselves after the 251 2, 22 | that, in death, they would not hope in Me, nor grieve for 252 2, 23 | with Divine Power, He will not come like a poor one, as 253 2, 23 | pain and torment like man, not that My divine nature was 254 2, 23 | for your guilt. He will not come thus in that last moment, 255 2, 23 | one in that Day who will not tremble. To the miserable 256 2, 23 | reverence with great joy; not that His face changes, because 257 2, 23 | healthy eye light (and it is not the defect of the light 258 2, 23 | confusion, and in hatred, not through defect of My Divine 259 2, 24 | This, certainly, he did not do out of love or compassion 260 2, 24 | deprived of love and could not desire good, either for 261 2, 25 | loves Me, and her desire is not in vain -- being hungry, 262 2, 25 | life everlasting, they have not lost their love, but have 263 2, 25 | universal good, and I would not that you should think that 264 2, 25 | themselves alone, for it is not so, but it is shared by 265 2, 25 | the soul in their good. Not that her vessel or theirs 266 2, 25 | the neighbor, they have not left it behind, but, with 267 2, 25 | or his mother in Hell, do not trouble themselves, and 268 2, 25 | when you ignorant ones do not resist My mercy. They have 269 2, 25 | body, but this desire does not afflict them, as they do 270 2, 25 | afflict them, as they do not actually feel it, but they 271 2, 25 | fulfilled. Their desire does not afflict them, because, though 272 2, 25 | because, though they have it not yet fulfilled, no bliss 273 2, 25 | them. Wherefore they feel not the pain of desire. And 274 2, 25 | pain of desire. And think not, that the bliss of the body 275 2, 25 | lacking to them. So it is not the body that gives bliss 276 2, 25 | nor fire can injure it, not by virtue of itself, but 277 2, 25 | eye of your intellect is not sufficient to see, nor your 278 2, 25 | glorified body, though, not having that delight from 279 2, 25 | general Judgment, they have not, on that account, pain, 280 2, 25 | endure for them eternally. Not that they can work any good, 281 2, 25 | These then do not await, with fear, the Divine 282 2, 25 | the Face of My Son will not seem to them terrible, or 283 2, 25 | that the transformation is not in His Face, when He comes 284 2, 26 | the dye upon the cloth, not by virtue of the body but 285 2, 26 | that is, by the river, not turning back to see their 286 2, 26 | as blind and mad, and do not perceive it, because they 287 2, 27 | and molest My creatures, not for My creatures to be conquered, 288 2, 27 | slays you. But if man do not give this knife of his will 289 2, 27 | Devil, that is, if he do not consent to his temptations 290 2, 27 | being proved. For one does not arrive at virtue except 291 2, 27 | goodness, so that it does not yield to these thoughts. 292 2, 27 | tempt, through love, and not through hatred, that you 293 2, 27 | that you may conquer, and not that you may be conquered, 294 2, 27 | may be proved, for it is not proved except by its contrary. 295 2, 27 | prove virtue in the soul. Not that it is the intention 296 2, 27 | virtue in you (for he has not love), but rather to deprive 297 2, 27 | he cannot do, if you do not wish it. Now you see, then, 298 2, 27 | the lordship of the Devil (not that they were forced to 299 2, 27 | with an ordinary charity (not in that great perfection), 300 2, 27 | who keep by the river, and not by the aforesaid Bridge, 301 2, 27 | catch them, for they would not allow themselves to be caught 302 2, 27 | blinded by self- love, does not know and discern what is 303 2, 27 | they are blinded and do not know or see the Truth, as, 304 2, 27 | the end, so that you did not see that the roots were 305 2, 27 | seemed to be of corn and was not, and, therefore, as you 306 2, 27 | unchangeable,' and I do not draw away from any creature 307 2, 27 | travel by the lower way. Not that My servants pass without 308 2, 27 | Bridge, so that you might not be drowned. ~ 309 2, 27 | your God, immovable, who am not an Acceptor of persons but 310 2, 28 | who those are whom they do not harm; although no one passes 311 2, 28 | harm, and to whom they do not. And as, so far, I have 312 2, 28 | are free, that is, they do not feel the weariness of the 313 2, 28 | pupil of faith she would not see, except as a man who 314 2, 28 | it by self-love, she does not see, but only has the form 315 2, 28 | over the thorns, which do not hurt them, their feet being 316 2, 28 | suffered corporally but not mentally, because the sensitive 317 2, 28 | dead. Wherefore, the will not being there, neither is 318 2, 28 | tribulations through love, and not through hatred. And they 319 2, 28 | thorns they pass through do not touch their heart, because 320 2, 28 | walk on thorns, they are not pricked, because as I told 321 2, 30 | delightful daughter, I am not a Despiser, but the Fulfiller 322 2, 30 | light of faith, and one is not lost without the other. 323 2, 30 | account of its blindness, does not discern, and knows not the 324 2, 30 | does not discern, and knows not the truth, it errs, seeking 325 2, 30 | delights there where they are not. ~ 326 2, 30 | to Me when your will does not, by disordinate love, cut 327 2, 31 | three aforesaid powers are not united, there cannot be 328 2, 32 | the Water of Life.' He did not say 'Go to the Father and 329 2, 32 | is made for you a Bridge, not being turned back by any 330 2, 32 | perseverance, otherwise you shall not drink, for perseverance 331 2, 33 | He who has no thirst will not persevere, for either fatigue 332 2, 33 | or pleasure, and he does not care to carry the vessel 333 2, 33 | persecution, for he loves it not. He is afraid because he 334 2, 33 | he accompanied he would not fear, and had he ascended 335 2, 33 | the three steps he would not have been alone, and would, 336 2, 33 | more'? Because there are not two without three, nor three 337 2, 33 | is alone in self-love, is not mentioned by My Truth and 338 2, 33 | mentioned by My Truth and is not acceptable to Me. He says 339 2, 33 | said to you that two were not without three, nor three 340 2, 33 | two, and if these two are not observed the Law is not 341 2, 33 | not observed the Law is not observed. The two commandments 342 2, 33 | when touched, resounds, but not so when it is full. So memory, 343 2, 33 | delights of the world, will not resound with disordinate 344 2, 33 | without which thirst he would not be able to arrive at the 345 2, 35 | How servile fear is not sufficient, without the 346 2, 35 | mortal sin, but, if they do not arise with love of virtue, 347 2, 35 | virtue, servile fear alone is not sufficient to give eternal 348 2, 35 | alone. The new law does not break the old law, but rather 349 2, 35 | as said My Truth, 'I come not to destroy the law, but 350 2, 35 | the fear of offending, not on account of one's own 351 2, 35 | servile fear; and this does not mean that sin is not punished, 352 2, 35 | does not mean that sin is not punished, but that the punishment 353 2, 36 | holy faith, which looks, not only at the punishment of 354 2, 36 | will become faithful and not unfaithful servants, serving 355 2, 36 | serving Me through love and not through fear, and if, with 356 2, 36 | Christ crucified, they do not arrive at the second step 357 2, 37 | consolation indeed, but not grace. At such a time these 358 2, 37 | themselves, This labor does not profit me. All this they 359 2, 37 | imperfectly, for she has not yet unwound the bandage 360 2, 37 | for perfection, they do not recognize this imperfection 361 2, 37 | impossible that they should not turn back. For those who 362 2, 37 | is necessary, for it is not enough for eternal life 363 2, 37 | disgraceful was his fall, that, not only could he not bear any 364 2, 37 | that, not only could he not bear any pain himself, but 365 2, 37 | wherefore, if these souls do not abandon the exercise of 366 2, 37 | their deserts, but I do not reveal Myself to them, because 367 2, 37 | thing with his friend, and not to a servant. Yet it is 368 2, 37 | of mercenary love, I do not manifest Myself to them. 369 2, 39 | Why Christ did not say "I will manifest My 370 2, 39 | Himself. But why did He not say, 'I will manifest My 371 2, 39 | to show that He and I are not separate from each other, 372 2, 39 | to Judas, 'My doctrine is not Mine, but My Father's who 373 2, 39 | My Son proceeds from Me, not I from Him, though I with 374 2, 39 | For this reason He did not say 'I will manifest the 375 2, 39 | manifesting Himself to you, He did not present to you anything 376 2, 39 | present to you anything He had not received from Me, the Father. 377 2, 39 | being invisible, could not be seen by you, until you 378 2, 39 | Therefore it was that He did not say 'I will manifest the 379 2, 39 | you understand why He did not say 'I will manifest the 380 2, 40 | Myself from time to time, not in grace but in feeling. 381 2, 40 | for the Holy Spirit did not return alone, but came with 382 2, 40 | Wherefore the sun of grace did not shine, not through its own 383 2, 40 | of grace did not shine, not through its own defect, 384 2, 40 | withdrawn Myself, she does not, on that account, look back, 385 2, 40 | How does she await me? Not in idleness, but in watching 386 2, 40 | and continued prayer, and not only with physical, but 387 2, 40 | that I withdraw from her, not by grace but by sentiment. 388 2, 40 | throne of conscience, and not permitting the sentiment 389 2, 41 | owe to Me, so that it is not of grace that you love Me, 390 2, 41 | I love you of grace, and not because I owe you My love. 391 2, 41 | object of his love does not satisfy or return his love, 392 2, 41 | the root of self-love has not been properly dug out. Wherefore 393 3, 1 | trouble than when the soul is not occupied in prayer. This 394 3, 2 | But do not think that the soul receives 395 3, 2 | appointed tale, they do not appear to think of anything 396 3, 2 | recitation, which the soul is not required to do, for, in 397 3, 2 | vocal prayer, since it does not seem to all that they are 398 3, 2 | is yet imperfect, so as not to fall into idleness. But 399 3, 2 | idleness. But she should not say her vocal prayers without 400 3, 2 | with true humility. I do not wish defects to be considered 401 3, 2 | general, so that the mind may not be contaminated by the remembrance 402 3, 2 | sins. But, as I said, I do not wish the soul to consider 403 3, 2 | arrive at eternal damnation, not only on account of her confusion, 404 3, 2 | to her, because she did not seize the arm of My mercy. 405 3, 2 | deluded, and that you had not followed My will, you did 406 3, 2 | offend Him.' Then the Devil, not being able to resist your 407 3, 2 | she had begun. She should not do so, for, in so doing, 408 3, 2 | resolved to say, but if she has not time to complete them, she 409 3, 2 | complete them, she ought not on that account to be troubled 410 3, 2 | course provided that it were not the Divine office which 411 3, 2 | rendering the office be not omitted. But, in any other 412 3, 2 | and therefore she should not abandon it, but use it in 413 3, 2 | Blood of Christ, although not sacramentally; that is, 414 3, 2 | that perfect prayer is not attained to through many 415 3, 2 | prayer, although it does not replace a prayer which one 416 3, 2 | the words, 'He who ceases not to work ceases not to pray.' 417 3, 2 | ceases not to work ceases not to pray.' It was for this 418 3, 3 | hold out reason against it, not allowing such evil emotions 419 3, 3 | corrects and reproves herself, not only for those things that 420 3, 4 | Word, My only-begotten Son, not fearing pain, but rather 421 3, 4 | glorying therein. They did not mind going before the tyrants 422 3, 4 | virtues on her neighbor. Not that by coming out to bring 423 3, 5 | intellect than Christ crucified, not the Father, as they do who 424 3, 5 | in imperfect love and do not wish to suffer pain, but 425 3, 5 | and torment, and yet I had not been able to show, by finite 426 3, 5 | Blood, even if they have not been able to have Holy Baptism, 427 3, 5 | who are baptized in fire, not being able to have Holy 428 3, 5 | through which he offends, not that he is obliged, through 429 3, 5 | you are able to, and do not, you will be deprived of 430 3, 5 | desiring to confess and not being able to, will receive 431 3, 5 | extremity of death, when he may not be able to do so. In which 432 3, 5 | so. In which case, it is not at all certain that I shall 433 3, 5 | all certain that I shall not say to him, in My Divine 434 3, 5 | Divine Justice: 'You did not remember Me in the time 435 3, 5 | when you could, now will I not remember you in your death.' ~ 436 3, 5 | operation be called infinite, not that My pain, neither the 437 3, 5 | receive it infinitely. Had it not been infinite, the whole 438 3, 5 | whole human generation could not have been restored to grace, 439 3, 6 | glory and praise of My Name, not so much in the angelic nature 440 3, 6 | glory and praise to My Name, not that they do so in the way 441 3, 6 | I give them time, and do not order the earth to open 442 3, 7 | another's property, and not for the motive of making 443 3, 7 | wherefore they rendered not to Me glory through the 444 3, 7 | that they render Me glory, not as citizens of life eternal, 445 3, 8 | is ended, the desire is not. ~ 446 3, 8 | Pain in her is ended, but not love, as the tortured desire, 447 3, 8 | and ended then, you would not be, because by love you 448 3, 8 | drawn back, that is, had I not loved your being, you could 449 3, 8 | loved your being, you could not be, but My love created 450 3, 8 | ended in their death, but not so the affection of love. ~ 451 3, 9 | except that his soul was not separated from his body, 452 3, 10 | Nevertheless, as their will is not their own, but becomes one 453 3, 10 | to quit the body. These not only endure with patience, 454 3, 10 | they find pleasure, and not having it they suffer pain, 455 3, 10 | pain, fearing that I reward not their well-doing or that 456 3, 10 | sacrifice of their desires is not pleasing to Me; but when 457 3, 10 | without toil they would not want it. They would rather 458 3, 11 | seemed dark because it was not understood; not through 459 3, 11 | because it was not understood; not through any defect of the 460 3, 11 | who heard them, and did not understand them. Wherefore 461 3, 11 | darkness, give the light; not a natural light, but a supernatural, 462 3, 11 | disposed to know Me, for I do not despise dispositions. So 463 3, 11 | same light, the new law did not break the old law; rather 464 3, 11 | disciples, to show that He was not a breaker of laws: 'I came 465 3, 11 | breaker of laws: 'I came not to dissolve the law, but 466 3, 11 | other books; and they get not to the marrow of it, because 467 3, 11 | it for long; and this is not remarkable, because they 468 3, 12 | creatures, in that they did not know their Benefactor, or 469 3, 12 | Wherefore, knowing that she had not forgotten the teaching which 470 3, 13 | fruits of tears, and I have not despised your desire; open 471 3, 14 | tears, because the soul, not having yet arrived at perfect 472 3, 14 | knowing that fear alone is not sufficient to give her eternal 473 3, 14 | But, inasmuch as she has not yet arrived at great perfection, 474 3, 14 | the root of self-love is not sensual love, for that has 475 3, 14 | self-love; for her self-will is not yet crushed and destroyed 476 3, 14 | her neighbor's loss, and not for any penalty or loss 477 3, 14 | to herself; for she does not think of herself, but only 478 3, 14 | manfully received them all, not choosing them according 479 3, 14 | them according to Mine, and not only, as I said, enduring 480 3, 14 | third kind of grief does not prevent the fourth, that 481 3, 14 | to each other, for, had not this last grief (in which 482 3, 14 | neighborly love, it would not be perfect. Therefore it 483 3, 14 | and in the unitive state. Not that the other state is 484 3, 14 | should despise such things, not indeed in so far as they 485 3, 14 | In such a case let her not remain in the second stage, 486 3, 14 | grow in greater perfection, not indeed to another stage, 487 3, 15 | served as the Infinite, and not as anything finite. ~ 488 3, 15 | value can be infinite. I do not say that in this life your 489 3, 15 | reached Me, her End, she does not on that account abandon 490 3, 15 | your furnace. The water has not really been taken out of 491 3, 15 | her tears to fall, does not cease to offer Me her blessed 492 3, 16 | eternal life, for they are not done in grace. Let not, 493 3, 16 | are not done in grace. Let not, however, such a soul abandon 494 3, 16 | out of a state of grace is not sufficient to merit eternal 495 3, 16 | holy Faith, which they will not allow to see or know the 496 3, 16 | creatures, when he does not yet know himself. And, for 497 3, 16 | unfortunate creatures do not remember that the tongue 498 3, 16 | which they proceeded was not clean, but all spotted with 499 3, 16 | soul, of temporal loss may not occur! For you have all 500 3, 16 | having passed through a space not large enough for a knife. ~


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