Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
bursting 1
busies 1
but 543
by 787
c 1
calamitous 1
call 9
Frequency    [«  »]
881 my
865 they
805 it
787 by
783 me
767 have
753 he
St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

IntraText - Concordances

by

1-500 | 501-787

    Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0| imagination, was thawed by the somewhat rhetorical 2 Intro, 0| conquered at last rather by a conspiracy of the slowly 3 Intro, 0| forces of his time than by the superior skill or strength 4 Intro, 0| office and the individual, by any means shrink from contemplating 5 Intro, 0| steward. In a "Last Judgment" by Angelico at Florence, the 6 Intro, 0| that the priesthood, aided by the ignorance of the people, 7 Intro, 0| the destinies of the soul by quasi-magical agencies and 8 Intro, 0| of that Idea was the life by which the Church lived, 9 Intro, 0| the Church lived, and that by that Idea all Christians, 10 Intro, 0| be constantly transcended by the power that dwelt within 11 Intro, 0| him; he was often accepted by the people as the bearer 12 Intro, 0| cloisters, and with lips touched by coal from the altar denounced 13 Intro, 0| Church was Divine; it was by the sacred responsibilities 14 Intro, 0| were, visibly interpreted by the deeper truth of an art 15 Intro, 0| immortal life given her by the poet? In her moment 16 Intro, 0| her incredible assertions by the steadfastness of her 17 Intro, 0| sports were joyously shared by the Divine Child Himself. 18 Intro, 0| a certain valley, called by the people Valle Piatta, 19 Intro, 0| been violently diverted by others. But while the Lord 20 Intro, 0| the Church were governed by papal legates, mostly men 21 Intro, 0| the only one who profited by the exile of the Pope. Whatever 22 Intro, 0| and gratified their spite by insulting their exiled rulers. 23 Intro, 0| should fortify his position by recourse to the heretical 24 Intro, 0| although crushed for the time by the iron hand of Pope Boniface, 25 Intro, 0| the Pope were complicated by his temporal preoccupations. 26 Intro, 0| come about in this world, by what seems to have been 27 Intro, 0| instinct of government was his by hereditary right. He had 28 Intro, 0| verbose, are marked rather by a sort of canonized common 29 Intro, 0| canonized common sense than by exalted flights of spirituality. 30 Intro, 0| enterprise was characterized by a shrewd and gracious condescension 31 Intro, 0| acquire in an Italy deserted by the Empire, and, but for 32 Intro, 0| property on the Roman Church. By the end of the sixth century 33 Intro, 0| the Bishop of Rome held, by the right of such donations 34 Intro, 0| out in detail the stages by which the Pope came to take 35 Intro, 0| to the Popolana of Siena, by the effect of her eloquence 36 Intro, 0| Great ends may be pursued by essentially small means, 37 Intro, 0| God, but diffuses Him, as by some natural law of refraction, 38 Intro, 0| dictated to her secretaries by the Saint in ecstasy. Apart 39 Intro, 0| purified and sublimated by prayer, imposed itself on 40 Intro, 0| the devout are cut through by the keen logic of one who 41 Intro, 0| whose names were preceded by the title of Saint. In the 42 Intro, 0| perfection that this book is held by critics to be one of the 43 1, 1 | How a soul, elevated by desire of the honor of God, 44 1, 1 | The soul, who is lifted by a very great and yearning 45 1, 1 | salvation of souls, begins by exercising herself, for 46 1, 1 | brilliant a light therefrom, as by means of humble and continuous 47 1, 1 | Christ Crucified, and thus, by desire and affection, and 48 1, 1 | places we find similar words, by which we can see that it 49 1, 1 | adorned with many virtues, by which they are united with 50 1, 1 | unites herself with God by the affection of love. ~ 51 1, 2 | intolerable dolor caused by offenses against God, and 52 1, 3 | penalty can be expiated by the desire of the soul, 53 1, 3 | desire of the soul, that is, by true contrition, not through 54 1, 3 | that is, are joined to Me by an affection of love, and 55 1, 4 | punished in this finite time by any pain which is sustained 56 1, 4 | that the guilt is punished by the pain which is endured 57 1, 4 | contrition of the heart; not by virtue of the pain, but 58 1, 4 | virtue of the pain, but by virtue of the desire of 59 1, 4 | pains satisfy for the fault, by the sweet and intimate love 60 1, 4 | contrition of heart acquired by knowledge of one's self 61 1, 4 | Truth continued: "See how, by contrition of the heart, 62 1, 4 | which are done against Me by My Creatures, and you further 63 1, 4 | knowledge of yourself, and, by humbling yourself in the 64 1, 4 | teaches the truth to him, who, by self-knowledge, dissipates 65 1, 4 | for their sins. So that, by means of prayer, and their 66 1, 4 | destine for them, constrained by the prayers of My servants, 67 1, 4 | Life. And so I draw them by these, and by many other 68 1, 4 | draw them by these, and by many other ways, for the 69 1, 4 | am constrained to do so by that inestimable love of 70 1, 4 | inestimable love of Mine, by which I created them, and 71 1, 4 | which I created them, and by the love, desire, and grief 72 1, 4 | indeed the truth, that, by that way which I have told 73 1, 4 | have told you, that is, by the light of conscience, 74 1, 4 | light of conscience, and by other things, satisfaction 75 1, 4 | which, if it be not broken by the Blood, can in no way 76 1, 4 | has obscured his intellect by his disordinate will. Let 77 1, 4 | suffering satisfies for guilt by perfect contrition, not 78 1, 4 | measure of love, obtained by the desire and prayer of 79 1, 5 | have already told you that, by the increase of love, grows 80 1, 5 | proved in any other way than by suffering, and patience 81 1, 6 | every defect is obtained by means of our neighbor. ~ 82 1, 6 | every virtue is obtained by means of your neighbor, 83 1, 6 | and injures his neighbor, by depriving him of the benefit 84 1, 6 | every evil also, is done by means of his neighbor, for, 85 1, 6 | which he ought to help him by means of prayer and holy 86 1, 6 | obliged to help one another by word and doctrine, and the 87 1, 6 | towards his neighbor; and, by not doing it, he does him, 88 1, 6 | does him evil, not only by not doing him the good that 89 1, 6 | that he might do him, but by doing him a positive injury 90 1, 6 | sometimes this is done by the arbitrary use of power, 91 1, 6 | power, and at other times by cheating and fraud, his 92 1, 6 | person of his neighbor, by which he becomes a brute 93 1, 6 | these corpses, so that, by prayer, the bands of their 94 1, 7 | virtues are accomplished by means of our neighbor, and 95 1, 7 | all sins are accomplished by means of your neighbor, 96 1, 7 | of herself, knowing that, by My grace, I have drawn her 97 1, 7 | and acceptable to Me, but by conceiving, hatred of sin 98 1, 7 | when she has thus conceived by the affection of love, she 99 1, 7 | proves that you possess Me by grace in your soul, producing 100 1, 7 | this unitive love in Me, by means of which, she truly 101 1, 7 | has done good to herself by the conception of virtue, 102 1, 7 | than to other virtues, and, by the effect of this virtue, 103 1, 8 | are proved and fortified by their contraries. ~ 104 1, 8 | neighbor, and manifest, by that service, the love which 105 1, 8 | justice is not diminished by the wicked man's injustice, 106 1, 8 | themselves in a time of wrath by the same sweet patience 107 1, 8 | benevolence, and that this is by virtue of the love and perfect 108 1, 8 | these virtues are proved by the long endurance of the 109 1, 8 | wicked men, who, whether by injuries or by flattery, 110 1, 8 | whether by injuries or by flattery, constantly endeavor 111 1, 8 | of itself, being tested by many contrarieties, it would 112 2, 1 | those virtues which are done by means of the body, that 113 2, 1 | of herself, accompanied by true humility and perfect 114 2, 1 | foster-mother and nurse of charity, by whose means this tree remains 115 2, 1 | self and of My goodness, by which the soul immediately, 116 2, 1 | she knows she has received by grace from Me, and every 117 2, 2 | soul is a tree existing by love, and that it can live 118 2, 2 | love, and that it can live by nothing else than love; 119 2, 3 | be alone, but accompanied by true discretion, using corporal 120 2, 3 | sensuality, which are acquired by self-knowledge. This is 121 2, 3 | words, and many actions; by the use of the word 'many' 122 2, 3 | infinitely, and yet I do not, by this, exclude words, I merely 123 2, 3 | virtue and profit to others, by means of the guilt of sin. 124 2, 3 | who are finite and created by Me, should be saved through 125 2, 3 | the soul escapes dangers by her true humility, and, 126 2, 3 | her true humility, and, by her prudence, flies all 127 2, 3 | glorious light; knowing, by it, her own fragility, she 128 2, 3 | been at first conceived by the virtue of love, as has 129 2, 3 | exist and give fruit except by means of the neighbor, even 130 2, 3 | all of which are committed by means of the neighbor." ~ 131 2, 4 | How this soul grew by means of the divine response, 132 2, 4 | this has been given her by grace, and not as her due. 133 2, 4 | stains of her own face, by the purity which she sees 134 2, 4 | her sorrow was diminished by the hope which the Supreme 135 2, 4 | she not been surrounded by the strength of Him who 136 2, 4 | soul then, being purified by the fire of divine love, 137 2, 4 | will not only be praised by my wretched self, who have 138 2, 4 | desire, then, and beg of You, by Your grace, that You have 139 2, 4 | adjure You that You do this by Your uncreated love which 140 2, 4 | to receive Your benefits, by which he participates in 141 2, 4 | originally placed him, and by his rebellion against You, 142 2, 4 | Therefore, You, moved by that same fire of love with 143 2, 4 | and You have become ours, by this union which You have 144 2, 4 | and man has become God. By this ineffable love of Yours, 145 2, 5 | Himself to be constrained by her tears, and bound by 146 2, 5 | by her tears, and bound by the chain of her holy desire, 147 2, 5 | which will be followed by punishment, unless he correct 148 2, 5 | original sin was taken from him by virtue of the Blood, which 149 2, 5 | origin, when he was generated by his father and mother. ~ 150 2, 5 | grace which you had lost by sin; for I was incapable 151 2, 5 | in the flesh of Adam, but by virtue of the Eternal Deity, 152 2, 5 | with the divine nature, by the fire of divine love 153 2, 5 | satisfy for guilt, but only by virtue of the divine nature. 154 2, 5 | little ones debilitated by guilt. I say therefore that 155 2, 5 | when you were generated by them. But this mark is removed 156 2, 5 | though not altogether, by Holy Baptism, which has 157 2, 5 | communicating the life of grace by means of that glorious and 158 2, 5 | discretion is come, the soul can, by her free will, make choice 159 2, 5 | has this liberty been made by virtue of this glorious 160 2, 6 | and to the Holy Church, by means of the prayers and 161 2, 6 | the treasure of the Blood, by which they have been procreated 162 2, 6 | render Me glory and praise by following in the steps of 163 2, 6 | fall into, and therefore, by divine justice, the greater 164 2, 6 | feels himself being consumed by the worm of conscience, 165 2, 6 | I have reconciled them, by means of the Blood of My 166 2, 6 | wrath -- that is to say, by means of My servants, if 167 2, 6 | jealous to constrain Me by their desire. You see, therefore, 168 2, 6 | souls, so that, constrained by their tears, I may mitigate 169 2, 6 | I promise you, that, by this means, her beauty will 170 2, 6 | be restored to her, not by the knife nor by cruelty, 171 2, 6 | her, not by the knife nor by cruelty, but peacefully, 172 2, 6 | cruelty, but peacefully, by humble and continued prayer, 173 2, 6 | humble and continued prayer, by the sweat and the tears 174 2, 6 | sweat and the tears shed by the fiery desire of My servants, 175 2, 7 | made of His Son a Bridge by which man could pass. ~ 176 2, 7 | that the road was broken by the sin and disobedience 177 2, 9 | show her those who cross by the aforesaid Bridge, and 178 2, 9 | Who would not be inflamed by such great love? What heart 179 2, 9 | me who are those who go by the Bridge and those who 180 2, 10 | these pierced Feet are steps by which you can arrive at 181 2, 10 | drew everything to Himself by this means, namely, by showing 182 2, 10 | Himself by this means, namely, by showing the ineffable love, 183 2, 10 | man being always attracted by love. Greater love, then, 184 2, 10 | was treated in this way by love, in order that ignorant 185 2, 10 | the heart of man is drawn by the affection of love, as 186 2, 10 | pleasing, and joined together by the effect of love, because 187 2, 11 | those who attempted to walk by the road of virtue were 188 2, 11 | and the fire of love; and, by My power, these stones of 189 2, 11 | can have the virtue given by a life of grace, but from 190 2, 11 | justice, for he is sheltered by the mercy which descended 191 2, 11 | through weariness, faint by the way; and for this reason 192 2, 11 | man can come to Me if not by Him,' and so indeed it is. 193 2, 11 | loving them, and being kept by them far from Me, the soul 194 2, 11 | creatures that he loves pass by, and yet he is passing himself 195 2, 11 | either, through death, by which he has to leave them, 196 2, 11 | through my disposition, by which these created things 197 2, 11 | and, because they pass by the door of falsehood, they 198 2, 12 | soul feels in traveling by the Bridge. ~ 199 2, 12 | water. For those who cross by the Bridge, being still 200 2, 12 | relate the delight felt by him who goes on this road, 201 2, 12 | earnest money of Hell, walking by the lower road with great 202 2, 12 | have shown you, that is -- by the union of height and 203 2, 13 | and ascended into Heaven by virtue of the Divine Nature 204 2, 13 | is the way made for you by this Bridge. For first, 205 2, 13 | doctrine and made the road by His actions, giving you 206 2, 13 | giving you His doctrine by example rather than by words; 207 2, 13 | doctrine by example rather than by words; for He practiced, 208 2, 13 | Christ crucified, reproving, by this means, the world of 209 2, 13 | of Christ I made a Bridge by the union of the divine 210 2, 13 | road which was taught you by the example and life of 211 2, 13 | spoken to you, confirmed by the Apostles, declared by 212 2, 13 | by the Apostles, declared by the blood of the martyrs, 213 2, 13 | the martyrs, illuminated by the light of doctors, confessed 214 2, 13 | light of doctors, confessed by the confessors, narrated 215 2, 13 | narrated in all its love by the Evangelists, all of 216 2, 13 | deprive his reason of light by his inordinate self-love. 217 2, 13 | His bodily presence, but by His power, when the Holy 218 2, 13 | but the way of falsehood, by which walk the wicked, of 219 2, 14 | Your power the whole world, by You were we created, in 220 2, 14 | do battle for us, hanging by His arms on the wood of 221 2, 14 | finally conquered? Death! By what means? Mercy! Your 222 2, 14 | Mercy gives light and life, by which Your clemency is known 223 2, 14 | Mercy You temper Justice. By Mercy You have washed us 224 2, 14 | washed us in the Blood, and by Mercy You wish to converse 225 2, 15 | baseness of those who pass by the river under the Bridge; 226 2, 15 | passes underneath, is called by God the tree of death, whose 227 2, 15 | heart in the mercy of God, by these words, she humbly 228 2, 15 | to which they are fallen by their fault, from which 229 2, 15 | when it is moved and lifted by others, so those, who are 230 2, 15 | so far as she is helped by Me. It is true indeed, that 231 2, 15 | govern the world, is governed by that which is not, that 232 2, 15 | that which is not, that is by sin, for sin in itself is 233 2, 15 | pride, which is nourished by their own sensitive self-love. 234 2, 15 | in mortal sin, is blinded by self-love, and therefore 235 2, 16 | that they are sustained by Me, who am Supreme Purity, 236 2, 16 | the philosophers knew, not by the light of grace, because 237 2, 16 | Christian, who has lost grace by sin." ~ 238 2, 17 | living in her at first by grace, and hiding Myself 239 2, 18 | who hold their heads high by their position of authority, 240 2, 18 | themselves -- to themselves by not paying the debt of virtue, 241 2, 18 | of virtue, and towards Me by not paying the debt of honor 242 2, 19 | By these and by other sins 243 2, 19 | By these and by other sins men fall into 244 2, 19 | continually being scandalized by My works, which are all 245 2, 19 | enemies say: 'This man works by virtue of Beelzebub.' Thus 246 2, 19 | and power were given you by the Word, My only-begotten 247 2, 19 | Cross to confound pride. By His death He destroyed every 248 2, 19 | This was meant by My Truth when He said: ' 249 2, 20 | is said, being fortified by My power, and illuminated 250 2, 20 | My power, and illuminated by the wisdom of My beloved 251 2, 20 | Son, reproved the world by the mouth of the Apostles, 252 2, 20 | that I make to the world by means of the Holy Scriptures, 253 2, 20 | has not been shown them by an angel, so that they cannot 254 2, 20 | and many other saints who, by one thing or another, have 255 2, 20 | who wishes to be succored by Me. Man wants My succor 256 2, 20 | of the river, and walks by the Bridge, following the 257 2, 20 | they will be condemned by the second condemnation 258 2, 21 | she is reproved cruelly by My Justice of injustice 259 2, 21 | offended Me. Tormented, I say, by My ministering devils whom 260 2, 22 | to say, they know that, by their own sin, they have 261 2, 22 | horrible he is, because, by Divine justice, he appears 262 2, 22 | fire can consume. But I, by Divine justice, have permitted 263 2, 23 | is renewed and increased by the union that the soul 264 2, 24 | mortal sin, their souls, by divine justice, remain forever 265 2, 24 | therefore, being gnawed by themselves, their pains 266 2, 24 | him, to be gnawed forever by hatred, because in hatred 267 2, 25 | not so, but it is shared by all the proved citizens, 268 2, 25 | themselves, which is refreshed by the knowledge that they 269 2, 25 | that soul. They see that, by My mercy, she is raised 270 2, 25 | which desire is fulfilled by Me, when you ignorant ones 271 2, 25 | fire can injure it, not by virtue of itself, but by 272 2, 25 | by virtue of itself, but by virtue of the soul, which 273 2, 25 | virtue is of Me, given to her by grace, and by the ineffable 274 2, 25 | given to her by grace, and by the ineffable love with 275 2, 25 | do any meritorious act, by which they could merit anything, 276 2, 25 | those who will be judged by Him. To the damned He will 277 2, 26 | They will be reproached by the Blood that was shed 278 2, 26 | that was shed for them, and by the works of mercy, spiritual 279 2, 26 | temporal, which I did for them by means of My Son, and which 280 2, 26 | work, good or bad, is done by means of the body. And, 281 2, 26 | be rendered eternal pains by means of their body, because 282 2, 26 | Angels, and themselves, by their own fault, sunk into 283 2, 26 | dye upon the cloth, not by virtue of the body but only 284 2, 26 | arrive at their end who go by the lower way, that is, 285 2, 26 | the lower way, that is, by the river, not turning back 286 2, 26 | elect and My sons, keeping by the way above, that is by 287 2, 26 | by the way above, that is by the Bridge, follow the Way 288 2, 26 | can go to the Father but by Me.' He is the Door and 289 2, 27 | because it is yours, given by Me. You therefore, with 290 2, 27 | he will never be injured by the guilt of sin in any 291 2, 27 | but will even be fortified by it, when the eye of his 292 2, 27 | as to arrive at virtue, by being proved. For one does 293 2, 27 | will, which is fortified by My goodness, so that it 294 2, 27 | for the devil is weak, and by himself can do nothing, 295 2, 27 | it is not proved except by its contrary. You see, then, 296 2, 27 | there, they take hold of it, by means of their lord the 297 2, 27 | those are deceived who keep by the river, and not by the 298 2, 27 | keep by the river, and not by the aforesaid Bridge, for, 299 2, 27 | true that the soul, blinded by self- love, does not know 300 2, 27 | Devil, seeing them blinded by self-love, iniquitously 301 2, 27 | following Me, that is, walking by the way of the Bridge, the 302 2, 27 | But they, as if blinded by the fog of disordinate love, 303 2, 27 | far less those who travel by the lower way. Not that 304 2, 27 | alleviated. And because -- by sin, as I said to you above -- 305 2, 27 | you how they are deceived by a disordinate fear, and 306 2, 28 | you how they are deceived by their own sensuality, now 307 2, 28 | themselves who are injured by the thorns. No one born 308 2, 28 | infidelity, drawn over it by self-love, she does not 309 2, 28 | below, and begin to ascend by the Bridge, and pass over 310 2, 28 | their sins, and understand by the light of faith, that 311 2, 28 | of them and united to Me by the affection of love. It 312 2, 29 | Then that soul, tormented by desire, considering her 313 2, 29 | disordinate affection, go under by the river and arrive at 314 2, 30 | of the soul, and is moved by the affection, and nourishes 315 2, 30 | she is made of love, and, by love, I created her. And 316 2, 30 | feeling itself awakened by the affection, says, as 317 2, 30 | would be no sin, for man, by his nature, cannot desire 318 2, 30 | the intellect is deluded by them, and the affection 319 2, 30 | that I cannot be offended by one without all the others 320 2, 30 | when your will does not, by disordinate love, cut it 321 2, 30 | free, liberated from sin by the Blood of My Son, and 322 2, 30 | will, which is controlled by her free choice, and when 323 2, 30 | itself with reason. I, then, by grace, rest in the midst 324 2, 30 | could come to Me except by Him, and therefore I made 325 2, 31 | no one who wishes to pass by the Bridge and doctrine 326 2, 31 | cannot persevere except by the union of her three powers. 327 2, 32 | generally and in particular, by My Truth, when He cried 328 2, 32 | the most perfect way or by dwelling in the life of 329 2, 32 | with perseverance, to keep by Him who is made for you 330 2, 32 | Bridge, not being turned back by any contrary wind that may 331 2, 32 | Giver of the Water of Life, by means of this sweet and 332 2, 32 | Giver of the Living Water, by means of the union of the 333 2, 32 | one can come to Me except by Him, as He told you in the 334 2, 32 | come to the Father except by Me.' ~ 335 2, 33 | The general method by which every rational creature 336 2, 33 | sea of the world, and go by the aforesaid holy Bridge. ~ 337 2, 33 | in your midst, reposing, by grace, in your souls. In 338 2, 33 | his neighbor, and being, by sin, deprived of Me, he 339 2, 33 | self-love, is not mentioned by My Truth and is not acceptable 340 2, 33 | which I have shown you by means of My only-begotten 341 2, 33 | am in the midst of them by grace, and a man, who is 342 2, 33 | with love, on being moved by the tribulations or delights 343 2, 33 | have been gathered together by his reason in My Name. And 344 2, 33 | finds herself accompanied by Me, who am her strength 345 2, 34 | feeling themselves pricked by servile fear, that is, fearing 346 2, 35 | of fear, that was given by Me to Moses, by which law 347 2, 35 | was given by Me to Moses, by which law they who committed 348 2, 35 | is the law of love, given by the Word of My only-begotten 349 2, 35 | penalty of the sins committed by humanity was taken away, 350 2, 36 | How, by exercising oneself in servile 351 2, 36 | the state of imperfection, by which is meant the first 352 2, 36 | you that no one could go by the Bridge or come out of 353 2, 36 | are those who are moved by servile fear, and have climbed 354 2, 36 | which should be exercised by the light of the intellect 355 2, 36 | render their debt to Me by such small degrees, and 356 2, 37 | neighbor, which grows weak by degrees, and oftentimes 357 2, 37 | washed from their iniquities. By this Blood they are enabled 358 2, 37 | either while she lives, by a generous love to Me with 359 2, 37 | a servant may so advance by the virtuous love, which 360 2, 37 | to correct mercenary love by the light of the holy faith, 361 2, 38 | It is manifested to them by the many and diverse benefits 362 2, 38 | a sentiment of the soul, by which they taste, know, 363 2, 38 | the second manifestation) by endowing men with the spirit 364 2, 38 | power, and I satisfy her by causing her to taste and 365 2, 38 | My Son, and I satisfy her by placing His wisdom before 366 2, 39 | thing with Me.' Because, by following His doctrine with 367 2, 39 | I will manifest to you, by means of Myself, Me and 368 2, 39 | invisible, could not be seen by you, until you should be 369 2, 39 | Myself, as it were, visible by sending you the Word, My 370 2, 40 | told you what was meant by the three powers of the 371 2, 40 | through servile fear, but, by exercise and perseverance, 372 2, 40 | This is a necessary stage, by which he must pass, who 373 2, 40 | and charity is nourished by humility, which results 374 2, 40 | window and vomits her filth, by holy confession. Then I, 375 2, 40 | having returned to the soul by grace, withdraw Myself from 376 2, 40 | withdraw Myself from her by sentiment, which I do in 377 2, 40 | thus watches, illumined by the knowledge of Me and 378 2, 40 | I withdraw from her, not by grace but by sentiment. 379 2, 40 | from her, not by grace but by sentiment. Once more do 380 2, 40 | consolation and afflicted by pain, she may recognize 381 2, 41 | Me, so is it manifested by means of the neighbor. And 382 2, 41 | withdraw myself from the soul by sentiment, that she may 383 3, 1 | faith to be recognized? By perseverance in virtue, 384 3, 1 | perseverance in virtue, and by the fact that the soul never 385 3, 1 | grasped with the hand of love, by the arm of free choice in 386 3, 2 | dearest daughter, how, by humble, continual, and faithful 387 3, 2 | of this she should pass by, by means of the virtue 388 3, 2 | this she should pass by, by means of the virtue of perseverance. 389 3, 2 | man, administered to you by the hand of My vicar, who 390 3, 2 | and the pilgrims, who pass by the way of the doctrine 391 3, 2 | when he communicates, both by desire of communion, and 392 3, 2 | desire of communion, and by contemplation of the Blood 393 3, 2 | and acquired perfection. By what means is this acquired? 394 3, 2 | means is this acquired? By perseverance seasoned with 395 3, 2 | The soul should advance by degrees, and I know well 396 3, 2 | may not be contaminated by the remembrance of particular 397 3, 2 | wished to overthrow you, by confusion, wishing to prove 398 3, 2 | God is, who is offended by me, and who I am, who offend 399 3, 2 | My charity, and sometimes by placing before her mind, 400 3, 2 | that she feels, as it were, by conscience, rather than 401 3, 2 | feels her mind disposed by My visitation, in the many 402 3, 2 | their minds drawn and raised by desire, they should so arrange 403 3, 2 | charity, which they taste by means of holy prayer, little 404 3, 2 | made at the appointed time by the soul who remains firm 405 3, 2 | whatever he may contribute, by words or deeds, towards 406 3, 2 | mental prayer is reached by exercise and perseverance, 407 3, 2 | exercise and perseverance, and by leaving vocal prayer for 408 3, 3 | Of the method by which the soul separates 409 3, 3 | arrives at perfect love by means of perseverance, barring 410 3, 3 | such evil emotions to get by it. Though sometimes the 411 3, 4 | Of the signs by which the soul knows she 412 3, 4 | perfect love. This is seen by the same sign that was given 413 3, 4 | she conceives the virtues by affection of love, participating 414 3, 4 | those souls who are bound by that imperfect love. She 415 3, 4 | on her neighbor. Not that by coming out to bring forth 416 3, 5 | intellect and see them running by the Bridge of the doctrine 417 3, 5 | only Son, Christ crucified, by which steps the soul, as 418 3, 5 | had not been able to show, by finite things, because My 419 3, 5 | loved than I could show you by finite pain. I poured from 420 3, 5 | There is yet another way by which the soul receives 421 3, 5 | the guilt of mortal sin, by which he loses the grace 422 3, 5 | love was infinite. How? By the Baptism of Blood, united 423 3, 5 | fire of My charity, and by the general baptism, given 424 3, 5 | whomsoever will receive it, and by the baptism of water, united 425 3, 7 | which they are deprived by their sins, but as My justiciars, 426 3, 8 | charity, which I showed you by means of Him, been terminated 427 3, 8 | you would not be, because by love you are made, and had 428 3, 8 | at perfection, satisfied by every good." ~ 429 3, 9 | vessel, disposed and reformed by My Goodness, and, on being 430 3, 9 | light of true contrition, by which he extirpated his 431 3, 10 | Christ crucified, and keeping by the Bridge of His doctrine, 432 3, 10 | mitigates the pain caused them by their desire to quit the 433 3, 11 | their intellect illuminated by supernatural light infused 434 3, 11 | supernatural light infused by grace. And how it is better 435 3, 11 | saints. They were illuminated by My Truth to know and understand 436 3, 11 | understand My Truth in darkness. By My Truth I mean the Holy 437 3, 11 | supernatural light, infused by grace, by which the doctors 438 3, 11 | light, infused by grace, by which the doctors and saints 439 3, 11 | all likewise illuminated by the aforesaid perfect light. 440 3, 11 | obedient ones is declared, by it, the obedience of the 441 3, 11 | New Testament; in the Old, by it, were seen by the eye 442 3, 11 | the Old, by it, were seen by the eye of the intellect, 443 3, 11 | declared to the faithful? By this same light. And because 444 3, 11 | alone, being taken from it, by the coming of the Word of 445 3, 11 | completing the old law by giving it love, and replacing 446 3, 11 | replacing the fear of penalty by holy fear. And, therefore, 447 3, 11 | declared to be the Truth? By this same supernatural light, 448 3, 11 | which was and is given by grace to all, who will receive 449 3, 11 | supernatural light, infused by grace, they neither see 450 3, 11 | the intellect is ravished by the fire of My charity, 451 3, 11 | will is dead in Christ, by which death her union was 452 3, 12 | as one intoxicated both by the union which she had 453 3, 12 | she had had with God, and by what she had heard and tasted 454 3, 12 | the Truth but what is seen by the eye of the intellect, 455 3, 13 | the imperfect tears caused by fear; but first rather of 456 3, 14 | the heart, they are caused by a disordinate love distinct 457 3, 14 | Having thus sweetly traveled by that Bridge, following the 458 3, 14 | Having crossed the river by means of the Eternal Word, 459 3, 14 | the Eternal Word, that is, by the doctrine of My only-begotten 460 3, 14 | this in her self-knowledge, by which self-knowledge, together 461 3, 14 | glory and praise rendered Me by My servants, so that the 462 3, 14 | of presumption, induced by the subtle breeze of love 463 3, 14 | which the soul obtained by knowing herself and My goodness 464 3, 14 | herself to be ineffably loved by Me, she loves every rational 465 3, 14 | feels herself to be loved by Me, and therefore endeavors 466 3, 14 | can perform all virtues by means of your neighbor, 467 3, 14 | Me, to be ministered unto by you; you should therefore 468 3, 14 | you without being loved by you -- before you existed; 469 3, 14 | neighbor without being loved by him and without consideration 470 3, 14 | because he has been loved by Me. ~ 471 3, 14 | to fulfill the law given by Me, the Eternal God, without 472 3, 14 | the feet of your affection by which the precepts and counsels 473 3, 14 | you, as I have told you, by My Truth, Christ crucified. 474 3, 14 | far as they are given her by My love, but in so far as 475 3, 14 | far as she desires them by reason of her appetite for 476 3, 14 | stage, which may please you by means of My Grace." ~ 477 3, 15 | heart, made green again by the renovation of grace 478 3, 15 | Infinite God, wish to be served by you with infinite service, 479 3, 16 | you of the fruit produced by tears shed with desire, 480 3, 16 | branches bowed down, and struck by various winds. This is the 481 3, 16 | for you have been made by Me for love. The soul who 482 3, 16 | which are all poisoned by many and diverse kinds of 483 3, 16 | even it will be spoiled by the foulness of its root, 484 3, 16 | for no good actions done by a soul in mortal sin are 485 3, 16 | grant him the life of grace by means of My servants who 486 3, 16 | first with regard to Me, by which men judge My secret 487 3, 16 | in which they can be fed by the earth; for their hunger 488 3, 16 | deprived of this satisfaction by his guilt, he remains in 489 3, 17 | Your only-begotten Son. By this abyss of Your fiery 490 3, 17 | to me the truth, so that, by the light thereof, I perceive 491 3, 17 | received on being visited by You -- the sign which revealed 492 3, 18 | from Me the True Light, by means of the eye of your 493 3, 18 | though you may have lost it by your own defects. For, in 494 3, 18 | faith you exercise in virtue by the light of reason, which 495 3, 18 | the path of truth, and, by its means, to arrive at 496 3, 18 | your Creator (not that by this law any man can be 497 3, 18 | creature should be conquered by it, but in order that he 498 3, 18 | cannot be proved, except by its contrary. Sensuality 499 3, 18 | to the spirit, and yet, by means of sensuality, the 500 3, 18 | caused her to be accompanied by the vilest of all things,


1-500 | 501-787

IntraText® (V89) Copyright 1996-2007 Èulogos SpA