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1 Int, 1 | the Lord, the giver of life." She professes this in 2 Int, 1 | given to us with the new life, as Jesus foretells and 3 Int, 1 | water welling up to eternal life,"3 and in his conversation 4 Int, 1 | Spirit, as the giver of life, the one in whom the inscrutable 5 Int, 1 | them the source of eternal life. ~ ~ 6 Int, 2 | Holy Spirit as the giver of life. In this we are helped and 7 Int, 2 | precisely the giver of life. ~The Church feels herself 8 Int, 2 | water welling up to eternal life,"14 as truth and saving 9 1, 9 | mystery of God, of the divine life, which is the Father, the 10 1, 9 | brings about sharing in the life of the Triune God, for it 11 1, 9 | sharing in the inscrutable life of God. ~ ~ 12 1, 10 | 10. In his intimate life, God "is love,"36 the essential 13 1, 10 | Holy Spirit the intimate life of the Triune God becomes 14 1, 22 | breath" of God which gives life, as a supernatural "living 15 1, 22 | the intimate source of the life and messianic activity of 16 1, 25 | 18). He is the Spirit of life, the fountain of water springing 17 1, 25 | springing up to eternal life (cf. Jn 4:14; 7:38ff.), 18 1, 25 | whom the Father restores life to those who are dead through 19 2, 37 | This participation means a life in union with God, who is " 20 2, 37 | with God, who is "eternal life."138 But man, under the 21 2, 37(138)| concerning the "tree of life"; cf. also Jn 3:36; 4:14; 22 2, 39 | opposition to the Father of life and the Spirit of truth. ~ 23 2, 40 | in the whole of Christ's life lead us to see this text 24 2, 40 | the world, in his hidden life and in his public ministry. 25 2, 41 | back again to share in the life that is in God himself. ~ 26 2, 41 | gift of new and eternal life. ~This truth about the Holy 27 2, 41 | Spirit your death brought life to the world...." And in 28 2, 43 | which arise both in the life of individuals and from 29 2, 43 | whatever is opposed to life itself, such as any type 30 2, 43 | characterizes "all of human life, whether individual or collective."169 31 2, 44 | and summoned to a higher life. Pulled by manifold attractions, 32 2, 44 | man's personal and social life. But at the same time it 33 2, 46 | forgiven either in this life or in the next, it is because 34 2, 46 | not important for one's life. This is a state of spiritual 35 2, 48 | which the Spirit that gives life is revealed. ~Those who 36 2, 48 | as the Spirit of eternal life. ~ ~ 37 3 | III - THE SPIRIT WHO GIVES LIFE~ ~ 38 3, 49 | perish but have eternal life."195 "When the time had 39 3, 52 | of the Spirit "who gives life" reaches its highest point. 40 3, 52 | is not possible to give life, which in its fullest form 41 3, 52 | except by making it the life of a Man, as Christ is in 42 3, 52 | the source of this divine life in the history of mankind: 43 3, 52 | that Word in whom) was life and the life was the light 44 3, 52 | in whom) was life and the life was the light of men...to 45 3, 52 | and source of man's new life: divine, supernatural life ~ 46 3, 52 | life: divine, supernatural life ~The giving of this new 47 3, 52 | The giving of this new life is as it were God's definitive 48 3, 52 | mystery of creation gives life to man and the cosmos in 49 3, 52 | invisible, again renews this life through the mystery of the 50 3, 52 | divine nature."219 Thus human life becomes permeated, through 51 3, 52 | participation, by the divine life, and itself acquires a divine, 52 3, 52 | There is granted the new life, in which as a sharer in 53 3, 52 | between the Spirit who gives life and sanctifying grace and 54 3, 53 | by Christ and given new life to human beings, bringing 55 3, 54 | penetrating it and giving it life from within. This is especially 56 3, 54 | infinite grace, source of life, has been made visible in 57 3, 54 | The Church's entire life, as will appear in the great 58 3, 54 | with the Spirit "who gives life." ~ ~ 59 3, 55 | that St. Paul makes between life "according to the Spirit" 60 3, 55 | according to the Spirit" and life "according to the flesh" 61 3, 55 | contrast: that between "life" and "death." "To set the 62 3, 55 | the mind on the Spirit is life and peace"; hence the warning: " 63 3, 55 | truth as the one who gives life. For the body is "dead because 64 3, 55 | unceasing self-giving of divine life in the Holy Spirit.- Who 65 3, 57 | includes the contrast between "life" and "death." This is a 66 3, 57 | it can be said that human life is nothing but an "existence 67 3, 57 | the attacks against human life by terrorism, organized 68 3, 57 | materialistic systems of thought and life, there remains the Christian 69 3, 58 | especially as he who gives life: "He who raised Christ from 70 3, 58 | from the dead will give life to your mortal bodies also 71 3, 58 | Christ the Church proclaims life, which manifested itself 72 3, 58 | the limits of death, the life which is stronger than death. 73 3, 58 | proclaims him who gives this life: the Spirit, the Giver of 74 3, 58 | the Spirit, the Giver of Life; she proclaims him and cooperates 75 3, 58 | cooperates with him in giving life. For "although your bodies 76 3, 58 | Resurrection the Church serves the life that comes from God himself, 77 3, 58 | from which the new life springs. This is man's life 78 3, 58 | life springs. This is man's life in God, which, as a fruit 79 3, 58 | Spirit, man enters a "new life," is brought into the supernatural 80 3, 58 | supernatural reality of the divine life itself and becomes a "dwelling-place 81 3, 58 | supernatural level of divine life. Man lives in God and by 82 3, 59 | into practice in his own life by the power of the Spirit, 83 3, 59 | individual and community life. In this regard Jesus himself " 84 3, 59 | the living man, yet man's life is the vision of God" 260: 85 3, 59 | man, living a divine life, is the glory of God, and 86 3, 59 | hidden dispenser of this life and this glory. The Holy 87 3, 60 | dimension of their being and life, both as individuals and 88 3, 60 | light and strength of new life in the "freedom of the children 89 3, 60 | God." Man's growth in this life is hindered by the conditionings 90 3, 60 | the Spirit, which gives life in Christ Jesus,"262 and 91 3, 60 | family strives to make its life more humane and to render 92 3, 61 | action in the spiritual life are accomplished in the 93 3, 62 | the divine sense of human life, as spoken of by the Council: 94 3, 63 | Redemption," constantly gives life. As the Church becomes ever 95 3, 63 | comes and works: "He gives life." For the sacraments signify 96 3, 63 | confer grace: they signify life and give life. The Church 97 3, 63 | they signify life and give life. The Church is the visible 98 3, 63 | invisible dispenser of the life which they signify. Together 99 3, 64 | the Holy Spirit who gives life. ~When we use the word " 100 3, 64 | Spirit, who alone gives life: the Church is the sign 101 3, 64 | with the breath of divine life permeates man's earthly 102 3, 65 | The breath of the divine life, the Holy Spirit, in its 103 3, 65 | spiritual and religious life. Many times, through the 104 3, 65 | atheistic character of public life. Prayer always remains the 105 3, 65 | participates in the divine life. ~Our difficult age has 106 3, 65 | praise of God and to the life of prayer, especially in 107 3, 65 | renewal of their spiritual life. This is a significant and 108 3, 65 | nourishment for their interior life, and that they will succeed 109 3, 66 | by participation in the life of the Trinity. The Holy 110 Conc, 67 | water welling up to eternal life."289 He comes here as the 111 Conc, 67 | communication of the divine life, to which the Father has


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