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suffering 30
sufferings 7
suffers 1
sufficient 20
sufficiently 1
suffocates 1
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20 showing
20 sight
20 speak
20 sufficient
20 understand
20 wicked
20 worthy
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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sufficient

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 1, 3 | How finite works are not sufficient for punishment or recompense 2 1, 4 | you will endure will be sufficient, through the virtue of love, 3 1, 4 | receive grace, and have not sufficient contrition and love to satisfy 4 1, 7 | without desire, was not sufficient to punish a fault. ~ 5 2, 5 | suffering. But man was not sufficient to satisfy it, for, even 6 2, 5 | with the divine nature, was sufficient to satisfy for the whole 7 2, 5 | way. Thus human nature was sufficient to satisfy for guilt, but 8 2, 8 | of human nature was not sufficient to satisfy for guilt, to 9 2, 8 | Deity, so that it might be sufficient to satisfy for the whole 10 2, 12 | The tongue would not be sufficient to relate the delight felt 11 2, 22 | daughter, the tongue is not sufficient to narrate the pain of these 12 2, 25 | of your intellect is not sufficient to see, nor your ear to 13 2, 35 | How servile fear is not sufficient, without the love of virtue, 14 2, 35 | servile fear alone is not sufficient to give eternal life. But 15 2, 35 | But love with holy fear is sufficient, because the law is founded 16 3, 5 | contrition of heart is sufficient for this baptism, the hand 17 3, 14 | knowing that fear alone is not sufficient to give her eternal life, 18 3, 16 | a state of grace is not sufficient to merit eternal life, as 19 3, 28 | Your tongue would not be sufficient to relate their virtues, 20 Lette, 0| presence, nor have I given them sufficient examples of the good life


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