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Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
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501 14 | the Lord, for fear some Isaiah should cry out, for fear 502 29 | their knees; and when they issue from their layers and lairs, 503 6 | For the Lord had withal issued His edict, "Seek ye first 504 9 | at the moment when it was issuing out of the Divine mouth, 505 22 | on the nature of the word itself--what is the meaning of " 506 4 | IV. THE THIRD CLAUSE.~According 507 9 | IX. RECAPITULATION.~In summaries 508 5 | beneath the altar cry in jealousy unto the Lord "How long, 509 17 | sound? How, then, could Jonah's prayer find way out unto 510 11 | is forbidden us? For even Joseph, when dismissing his brethren 511 12 | holy Spirit, nor a sad by a joyful, nor a lettered by a free. 512 22 | ostentation of yourself, do you judge others? Is it that, by your 513 26 | faith will forthwith be judged. Or else how will you--according 514 7 | it: nor does it evade the justice of exaction, unless the 515 17 | too, went his way "more justified" than the shameless Pharisee. 516 18 | your fast to be entirely kept secret. But wherever else 517 15 | saints in the Babylonian king's furnace praying in their 518 5 | hand is the heart of all kings? But whatever we wish for 519 29 | beasts pray and bend their knees; and when they issue from 520 7 | destined for a victim? The Lord knew Himself to be the only guiltless 521 6 | even that nocturnal knocker knocked for "bread." Moreover, He 522 6 | Nay, even that nocturnal knocker knocked for "bread." Moreover, 523 22 | business to entrust to the knowledge of God alone that which 524 29 | issue from their layers and lairs, they look up heavenward 525 7 | of Cain, but in that of Lamech "seventy-seven times."~ 526 17 | heard for our noise, how large windpipes should we need! 527 29 | when they issue from their layers and lairs, they look up 528 3 | begin even here on earth to learn by heart that strain hereafter 529 22 | forthwith veiled what they had learnt to know? At all events, 530 8 | is, suffer us not to be led into it, by him (of course) 531 15 | in prayer that Paul had left his cloak with Carpus! God, 532 10 | after beginning with the legitimate and customary prayers as 533 6 | nations seek after." The like lesson He both inculcates by examples, 534 12 | a sad by a joyful, nor a lettered by a free. No one grants 535 22 | which the apostle wrote his letters, it is usual to say, "women" 536 15 | ground, that they put us on a level with Gentiles. As, e.g., 537 7 | after contemplating the liberality of God, we should likewise 538 7 | the same servant, after liberated by his lord, does not equally 539 19 | the example of military life--for we withal are God's 540 13 | necessary, that they may be "lifted up pure" from falsehood, 541 25 | admonition, on the entrance of light and of night. But, withal, 542 14 | Israel washed daily all his limbs over, yet is he never clean. 543 21 | he would have made his limit absolute for every woman; 544 29 | in mid-fires, nor muzzle lions, nor transfer to the hungry 545 6 | the Bread of Life;"and, a little above, "The Bread is the 546 17 | with not even our hands too loftily elevated, but elevated temperately 547 25 | had ascended into the more lofty parts of the house, for 548 5 | jealousy unto the Lord "How long, Lord, dost Thou not avenge 549 29 | their layers and lairs, they look up heavenward with no idle 550 28 | has required, which He has looked forward to for Himself! 551 29 | to open prison-bars, to loose the bonds of the innocent. 552 11 | perseverance in anger, to lose your prayer?~ 553 22 | yourself run the risk of losing, if you boast; and you drive 554 22 | were already wedded ant had lost their virginity--were the 555 17 | advantage will they who pray too loudly gain, except that they annoy 556 22 | excelling in beauty and finding lovers? Nay, let us see whether 557 22 | virgins alone whom they lusted after; since Scriptures 558 11 | angry, our anger must not be maintained beyond sunset, as the apostle 559 22 | the elder; or else let the male "virgins," too, be veiled, 560 8 | overthrow it. Infirmity and malice' are characteristics of 561 22 | as he excepts nought of manhood either from not being covered; 562 5 | we expect. And so, if the manifestation of the Lord's kingdom pertains 563 3 | and more openly, "I have manifested Thy name to men." That name, 564 22 | hereby a class of the sex, is marked). So, since at that time 565 23 | the remaining customary marks of humility; for (then) 566 22 | in falsely assuming the married character, if you veil your 567 22 | he is teaching touching marrying), he sufficiently predicates 568 5 | our hope. The souls of the martyrs beneath the altar cry in 569 22 | Every man." As, then, in the masculine sex, under the name of" 570 17 | abysses, through so huge a mass of sea? What superior advantage 571 10 | with remembrance of the Master's precepts.~ 572 16 | maintain that also as a matter for observance? Of course 573 15 | else of the apostles. For matters of this kind belong not 574 23 | XXIII. OF KNEELING.~In the mattter of kneeling also prayer 575 25 | unprofitable--those common hours, I mean, which mark the intervals 576 24 | public? In every place, he means, which opportunity or even 577 22 | constancy "above my small measure" pronounce and attest that 578 12 | BE FREE LIKEWISE FROM ALL MENTAL PERTURBATION,~Nor merely 579 22 | veiled, because they are not mentioned by name. Let "man" and " 580 20 | the pride of gold, and the meretricious elaboration of the hair.~ 581 1intro| the Lord Christ's--as this method of praying is--that is not 582 29 | station the angel of dew in mid-fires, nor muzzle lions, nor transfer 583 19 | name from the example of military life--for we withal are 584 19 | for we withal are God's military--of course no gladness or 585 22 | naming the sex generally, mingled "daughters" and species 586 29 | wall of faith: her arms and missiles against the foe who keeps 587 22 | before men? Will you be more modest in public than in the church? 588 18 | observance, and thereby be mollified for transacting with their 589 6 | careful thought about the morrow, what ye are to eat." To 590 3 | published to none. Even Moses, who had interrogated Him 591 28 | saith He, "(bring ye) me the multitude of your sacrifices? I am 592 17 | And I do understand the mute, and plainly hear the speechless 593 26 | house," unless you exchange mutual peace with them who are 594 29 | of dew in mid-fires, nor muzzle lions, nor transfer to the 595 22 | So completely has Paul by naming the sex generally, mingled " 596 16 | view to the order of the narration, not as a model of discipline. 597 24 | which opportunity or even necessity, may have rendered suitable: 598 17 | except that they annoy their neighbours? Nay, by making their petitions 599 29 | birds too, rising out of the nest, upraise themselves heavenward, 600 25 | temple, with John, at the ninth hour," when he restored 601 25 | the third, the sixth, the ninth--which we may find in the 602 6 | their father. Nay, even that nocturnal knocker knocked for "bread." 603 17 | are to be heard for our noise, how large windpipes should 604 | none 605 29 | makes robbers stand aghast, nourishes the poor, governs the rich, 606 25 | for the refreshments and nourishments of the spirit are to be 607 | nowhere 608 9 | Name;" the offering of obedience in the "Will;" the commemoration 609 3 | still waiting; that we may obey this precept, too, in "praying 610 2 | praying, we are likewise obeying the precept. Happy they 611 22 | their virginity--were the objects of angelic concupiscence, 612 1intro| superinducing the Gospel, the obliterator of the whole ancient bygone 613 22 | observes; but if Israel did not observe it, our Law, amplified and 614 22 | custom, in short, even Israel observes; but if Israel did not observe 615 28 | hymns, unto God's altar, to obtain for us all things from God.~ 616 29 | faith may know what she obtains from the Lord, understanding 617 | OFF 618 18 | practice, still, lest you offend against this precept, you 619 1intro| in faith, that it should offer its religious homage to 620 9 | faith in the "Name;" the offering of obedience in the "Will;" 621 29 | and hear, and believe! Old-world prayer, indeed, used to 622 8 | He confirms by subsequent ones, saying, "Pray that ye be 623 29 | purge the possessed, to open prison-bars, to loose the 624 13 | spirit, are effected by the operation of the hands. These are 625 23 | yield, or else indulge their opinion without offence to others. 626 24 | every place, he means, which opportunity or even necessity, may have 627 13 | even to set ourselves in opposition to the example of His surrenderer, 628 17 | The demon of the Pythian oracle says: "And I do understand 629 9 | rite of prayer therefore, ordained by Himself, and animated, 630 8 | presides over and is the originator of temptation." This passage 631 22 | assigned hair as a tegument and ornament to women, "teaches that 632 20 | Touching modesty of dress and ornamentation, indeed, the prescription 633 22 | received it? " Why, by your ostentation of yourself, do you judge 634 3 | Himself He sanctifies all others--He to whom that surrounding 635 10 | as it were--of rearing an outer superstructure of petitions, 636 17 | not even our countenance over-boldly uplifted. For that publican 637 8 | any, or else were eager to overthrow it. Infirmity and malice' 638 22 | his predecessor is to be overturned." Many yield up their own 639 25 | hour," when he restored the paralytic to his health. Albeit these 640 18 | that they may themselves participate in our observance, and thereby 641 19 | point is secured, both the participation of the sacrifice and the 642 23 | since this dissension is particularly on its trial before the 643 26 | XXVI. OF THE PARTING OF BRETHREN.~You will not 644 11 | how rash is it either to pass a day without prayer, while 645 8 | originator of temptation." This passage He confirms by subsequent 646 22 | In fact, all the other passages are in consonance herewith. 647 14 | our model from the Lord's passion? even in prayer we confess 648 18 | too, on the day of the passover, when the religious observance 649 29 | the departed from the very path of death, to transform the 650 11 | the memory of His precepts paves for our prayers a way unto 651 7 | over to the tormentor to pay the uttermost farthing-- 652 7 | admits his guilt. Thus, too, penitence is demonstrated acceptable 653 23 | Similarly, too, in the period of Pentecost; which period we distinguish 654 1intro| fulfilled, as Prophecy; or else perfected, as faith itself. For the 655 22 | the character wholly, and perform the whole function of a " 656 22 | drive others unto the same perils What is assumed from love 657 11 | by an evil word does He permit it to be vented. Ever if 658 6 | daily bread," we ask for perpetuity in Christ, and indivisibility 659 29 | temptations, extinguishes persecutions, consoles the faint-spirited, 660 29 | supplication on behalf of persecutors. Is it wonder if it knows 661 11 | your brother; or else, by perseverance in anger, to lose your prayer?~ 662 22 | of "women" both in their persons and in their functions. 663 5 | manifestation of the Lord's kingdom pertains unto the will of God and 664 6 | is my body.'' And so, in petitioning for "daily bread," we ask 665 16 | down after adoring their petty images; even on this account 666 17 | justified" than the shameless Pharisee. The sounds of our voice, 667 29 | prayer used to call down plagues, scatter the armies of foes, 668 8 | enjoin that he should hold no pledges of affection dearer than 669 22 | when her betrothed had been pointed out, veiled herself for 670 15 | brand likewise on the other points against which the reproach 671 13 | murder, from cruelty, from poisonings, from idolatry, and all 672 28 | ought to escort with the pomp of good works, amid psalms 673 6 | the parable of the man who pondered on an enlargement of his 674 29 | stand aghast, nourishes the poor, governs the rich, upraises 675 29 | restore the sick, to purge the possessed, to open prison-bars, to 676 23 | against kneeling, but every posture and office of solicitude; 677 25 | his health. Albeit these practices stand simply without any 678 29 | all pray; every creature prays; cattle and wild beasts 679 4 | we are now provoked; to preach, to work, to endure even 680 4 | the Lord accomplished in preaching, in working, in enduring: 681 26 | will you--according to the precept--say, "Peace to this house," 682 22 | that the institution of his predecessor is to be overturned." Many 683 22 | marrying), he sufficiently predicates that his remark is made 684 4 | So by this expression we premonish our own selves unto patience. 685 9 | Spirit, ascends, by its own prerogative, into heaven, commending 686 20 | ornamentation, indeed, the prescription of Peter likewise is plain, 687 24 | Paul, who in the ship, in presence of all, "made thanksgiving 688 8 | demonstrated who it is that presides over and is the originator 689 25 | establish some definite presumption, which may both add stringency 690 1intro| spirit, by which alone it prevails, even John had taught his 691 18 | Another custom has now become prevalent. Such as are fasting withhold 692 4 | some power withstanding to prevent God's will being done, and 693 6 | this day," seeing He had previously said, "Take no careful thought 694 20 | glory of garments, and the pride of gold, and the meretricious 695 28 | true adorers and the true priests, who, praying in spirit, 696 29 | purge the possessed, to open prison-bars, to loose the bonds of the 697 24 | in the audience of the prisoners, "began praying and singing 698 28 | which has abolished the pristine sacrifices. "To what purpose," 699 22 | ignorant of its sex retain the privilege of simplicity. For both 700 14 | hereditary culprits from their privity to their fathers' crimes, 701 29 | which was ante able to procure its fires? Prayer is alone 702 7 | small: corresponds with our profession that "we also remit to our 703 7 | For what will aliments profit us, if we are really consigned 704 11 | the Law," openly adds the prohibition of anger against a brother 705 6 | fruits, and on seasons of prolonged security; but that very 706 21 | But that point which is promiscuously observed throughout the 707 22 | above my small measure" pronounce and attest that they are 708 28 | spirit, prayer,--a victim proper and acceptable to God, which 709 1intro| Law; or else fulfilled, as Prophecy; or else perfected, as faith 710 22 | saith he, "praying and prophesying with head uncovered, dishonoureth 711 4 | the will of God; even if, proportionably to each one's deserts, somewhat 712 23 | would hesitate every day to prostrate himself before God, at least 713 9 | temptation in the request for "Protection." What wonder? God alone 714 5 | hastened, not our servitude protracted. Even if it had not been 715 5 | how do some pray for some protraction of the age, when the kingdom 716 8 | sake not of tempting, but proving, his faith; in order through 717 4 | unto exemplars, we are now provoked; to preach, to work, to 718 27 | XXVII. OF SUBJOINING A PSALM.~The more diligent in prayer 719 17 | over-boldly uplifted. For that publican who prayed with humility 720 3 | God the Father" had been published to none. Even Moses, who 721 29 | to restore the sick, to purge the possessed, to open prison-bars, 722 15 | XV. Of PUTTING OFF CLOAKS.~But since we 723 17 | inspector. The demon of the Pythian oracle says: "And I do understand 724 7 | And when Peter had put the question whether remission were to 725 29 | knows how to extort the rains of heaven--(prayer) which 726 3 | that strain hereafter to be raised unto God, and the function 727 11 | apostle admonishes. But how rash is it either to pass a day 728 15 | and of curious rather than rational ceremony; deserving of restraint, 729 4 | flesh's infirmity, by the reality of suffering, said, "Father, 730 5 | cry, hastening toward the realization of our hope. The souls of 731 7 | aliments profit us, if we are really consigned to them, as it 732 10 | foundation, as it were--of rearing an outer superstructure 733 22 | mind through volition. And Rebecca is example enough for us, 734 29 | knows nothing save how to recall the souls of the departed 735 9 | IX. RECAPITULATION.~In summaries of so few 736 6 | find, too, that His body is reckoned in bread: "This is my body.'' 737 22 | herself for marriage merely on recognition of him.~ 738 2 | precept. Happy they who recognize their Father! This is the 739 1intro| discourse of the Lord, every record of His Discipline; so that, 740 22 | woman" from the very first records of the sacred writings. 741 5 | Thy kingdom come" has also reference to that whereto "Thy will 742 5 | whereto "Thy will be done" refers--in us, that is. For when 743 22 | this concession ought to reflect on the nature of the word 744 11 | without prayer, while you refuse to make satisfaction to 745 22 | know? At all events, with regard to those in whom girlhood 746 20 | DRESS.~So far, however, as regards the dress of women, the 747 25 | course, in addition to our regular prayers which are due, without 748 5 | course, their avenging is regulated by the end of the age. Nay, 749 15 | this kind belong not to religion, but to superstition, being 750 23 | without kneeling, and the remaining customary marks of humility; 751 22 | sufficiently predicates that his remark is made touching every woman, 752 4 | remove this Thy cup;" and remembering Himself, added, "save that 753 22 | the difference requires--remembers to make the distinction, ( 754 8 | supplicate not touching the remitting merely, but touching the 755 7 | seventy-seven times;" in order to remould the Law for the better; 756 4 | suffering, said, "Father, remove this Thy cup;" and remembering 757 24 | even necessity, may have rendered suitable: for that which 758 18 | Whom does peace impede when rendering service to his Lord? What 759 1intro| the new grace of God has renewed all things from carnal unto 760 6 | inculcates by examples, and repeatedly handles in parables, when 761 29 | Likewise it washes away faults, repels temptations, extinguishes 762 9 | dread of temptation in the request for "Protection." What wonder? 763 18 | thus you may satisfy the requirements of Discipline abroad and 764 28 | Spirit, and accordingly requires His adorers to be such." 765 22 | namely, where the difference requires--remembers to make the distinction, ( 766 19 | Body has been received and reserved? each point is secured, 767 27 | closes of which the company respond. And, of course, every institution 768 29 | to transform the weak, to restore the sick, to purge the possessed, 769 25 | the ninth hour," when he restored the paralytic to his health. 770 15 | rational ceremony; deserving of restraint, at all events, even on 771 23 | on the day of the Lord's Resurrection ought to guard not only 772 3 | name. To us it has been revealed in the Son, for the Son 773 16 | him whom you most of all revere and venerate; how much more, 774 22 | daughters of men" angels revolted from God. Who then, would 775 29 | nourishes the poor, governs the rich, upraises the fallen, arrests 776 10 | additional wants have the right--after beginning with the 777 29 | however, the prayer of righteousness avers all God's anger, keeps 778 29 | manner. Nay, the birds too, rising out of the nest, upraise 779 22 | even you yourself run the risk of losing, if you boast; 780 9 | prayed to. The religious rite of prayer therefore, ordained 781 29 | travellers, appeases waves, makes robbers stand aghast, nourishes 782 1intro| God are present beneath roofs, and extend even into the 783 6 | earthly necessities also room for a petition! For the 784 10 | separately, after delivering His Rule of Prayer, "Ask, and ye 785 22 | Nay, but even you yourself run the risk of losing, if you 786 29 | transfer to the hungry the rustics' bread; it has no delegated 787 1intro| what is the Lord Christ's--as this method of praying 788 23 | abstain from kneeling on the Sabbath; and since this dissension 789 22 | very first records of the sacred writings. Here they find 790 19 | must not be present at the sacrificial prayers, on the ground that 791 12 | by a holy Spirit, nor a sad by a joyful, nor a lettered 792 15 | plainly heard the three saints in the Babylonian king's 793 29 | understanding what--for God's name's sake--she suffers. But in days 794 4 | the sum of His will is the salvation of them whom He has adopted. 795 3 | seeing that of Himself He sanctifies all others--He to whom that 796 18 | the precept: thus you may satisfy the requirements of Discipline 797 4 | to do it, that we may be saved both in the heavens and 798 29 | used to call down plagues, scatter the armies of foes, withhold 799 7 | debt; for hither does the scope of the whole parable tend. 800 13 | the whole body. When I was scrupulously making a thorough investigation 801 17 | through so huge a mass of sea? What superior advantage 802 18 | kiss of peace, which is the seal of prayer, after prayer 803 13 | investigation of this practice, and searching into the reason of it, I 804 6 | forthcoming fruits, and on seasons of prolonged security; but 805 3 | III. THE SECOND CLAUSE.~The name of "God 806 1intro| touching the precept of praying secretly, whereby He exacted man' 807 19 | reserved? each point is secured, both the participation 808 22 | than in the church? If your self-devotion is a grace of God, and you 809 22 | was drawn up--has used the selfsame word in writing "women," 810 4 | expression we premonish our own selves unto patience. The Lord 811 10 | human necessities, said separately, after delivering His Rule 812 21 | one class of the sex, he separates another class by being silent. 813 7 | fact withal, that the same servant, after liberated by his 814 3 | But this petition also serves the turn of a blessing. 815 5 | reign be hastened, not our servitude protracted. Even if it had 816 8 | VIII. THE SEVENTH OR FINAL CLAUSE.~For the 817 1intro| skins, and a new breadth be sewn to a new garment. Besides, 818 22 | also to virgins? If "it is shameful" for a woman to be shorn 819 17 | more justified" than the shameless Pharisee. The sounds of 820 16 | inscribed with the title The Shepherd, had, after finishing his 821 24 | done by Paul, who in the ship, in presence of all, "made 822 22 | shameful" for a woman to be shorn it is similarly so to a 823 22 | female." This custom, in short, even Israel observes; but 824 8 | they were tempted, (as they showed) by de-setting their Lord, 825 29 | wholesome influences of the showers. Now, however, the prayer 826 6 | for bread?" For He thus shows what it is that sons expect 827 22 | blush. If you are a virgin, shrink from (the gaze of) many 828 14 | fear Christ should utterly shudder. We, however, not only raise, 829 22 | day forth on which they shuddered at the first bodily touch 830 29 | the weak, to restore the sick, to purge the possessed, 831 29 | keeps watch over us on all sides. And, so never walk we unarmed. 832 1intro| should be confident that the sight and hearing of Almighty 833 21 | separates another class by being silent. For, they say, he might 834 22 | retain the privilege of simplicity. For both Eve and Adam, 835 9 | on! How many duties are simultaneously discharged! The honour of 836 24 | prisoners, "began praying and singing to God") is not considered 837 7 | rather than the death of the sinner. Moreover, debt is, in the 838 16 | hand, it is irreverent to sit under the eye, and over 839 16 | there is a bed! Nay, whoever sits in a chair or on a bench, 840 1intro| should be laid up in new skins, and a new breadth be sewn 841 7 | the lord remitted to that slave in the parable his debt; 842 8 | had given way rather to sleep than prayer. The final clause, 843 19 | abolishes the "stations" of the soldiers: for gladness will carry 844 23 | distinguish by the same solemnity of exultation. But who would 845 23 | every posture and office of solicitude; deferring even our businesses 846 11 | with our brethren. For what sort of deed is it to approach 847 17 | the ears of God wait for sound? How, then, could Jonah' 848 17 | shameless Pharisee. The sounds of our voice, likewise, 849 7 | his lord, does not equally spare his own debtor; and, being 850 21 | either have named "virgins" specially; or generally, by a compendious 851 29 | spirit and truth?" How mighty specimens of its efficacy do we read, 852 17 | mute, and plainly hear the speechless one." Do the ears of God 853 5 | Thy kingdom come with all speed,--the prayer of Christians 854 6 | this day our daily bread," spiritually. For Christ is our Bread; 855 29 | arms of prayer guard we the standard of our General; await we 856 6 | a father give his son a stone when he asks for bread?" 857 19 | solemn if you have withal stood at God's altar? When the 858 3 | earth to learn by heart that strain hereafter to be raised unto 859 26 | your Lord;"--especially "a stranger," lest perhaps he be "an 860 25 | presumption, which may both add stringency to the admonition to, pray, 861 15 | but to superstition, being studied, and forced, and of curious 862 17 | voice, likewise, should be subdued; else, if we are to be heard 863 27 | XXVII. OF SUBJOINING A PSALM.~The more diligent 864 8 | This passage He confirms by subsequent ones, saying, "Pray that 865 3 | candidates for angelhood, if we succeed in deserving it, begin even 866 1intro| everywhere. Further, since wisdom succeeded in the following precept, 867 4 | and we pray for Him the successful achievement of His will; 868 29 | for God's name's sake--she suffers. But in days gone by, withal 869 22 | teaching touching marrying), he sufficiently predicates that his remark 870 4 | and on earth; because the sum of His will is the salvation 871 9 | IX. RECAPITULATION.~In summaries of so few words, how many 872 11 | not be maintained beyond sunset, as the apostle admonishes. 873 10 | X. WE MAY SUPERADD PRAYERS OF OUR OWN TO THELORD' 874 1intro| carnal unto spiritual, by superinducing the Gospel, the obliterator 875 17 | huge a mass of sea? What superior advantage will they who 876 15 | not to religion, but to superstition, being studied, and forced, 877 13 | not those which most are superstitiously careful about, taking water 878 10 | were--of rearing an outer superstructure of petitions, yet with remembrance 879 15 | would not hear cloaked suppliants, who plainly heard the three 880 8 | in order that we should supplicate not touching the remitting 881 29 | sense of suffering; but it supplies the suffering, and the feeling, 882 4 | petition, then, that He supply us with the substance of 883 1intro| third grade of wisdom--is supported on the substance of a great 884 11 | way." He warned us, to be sure, at that time (for elsewhere 885 22 | not yet known a man, the surname "woman" and "female"--(" 886 22 | Christ: to Him you have surrendered your body; act as becomes 887 13 | opposition to the example of His surrenderer, and not, on that account, 888 3 | others--He to whom that surrounding circle of angels cease not 889 3 | enemies. And therefore with suspended utterance, not saying, " 890 1intro| the whole ancient bygone system; in which our Lord Jesus 891 1intro| words, who, we are certain, takes unsolicited foresight for 892 22 | another place where he is teaching touching marrying), he sufficiently 893 25 | may, as it were by a law, tear us out from our businesses 894 17 | loftily elevated, but elevated temperately and becomingly; and not 895 25 | apostle) was going into the temple, with John, at the ninth 896 8 | the Lord should seem to tempt, as if He either were ignorant 897 29 | washes away faults, repels temptations, extinguishes persecutions, 898 8 | son, for the sake not of tempting, but proving, his faith; 899 8 | by him (of course) who tempts; but far be the thought 900 7 | scope of the whole parable tend. For the fact withal, that 901 28 | whole heart, fed on faith, tended by truth, entire in innocence, 902 5 | which we pray may arrive, tends unto the consummation of 903 22 | grace of God effects in us, test we receive from man the 904 1intro| the disciples of the New Testament, a new form of prayer; for 905 24 | in presence of all, "made thanksgiving to God."~ 906 25 | businesses unto such a duty; so that--what we read to have been 907 10 | SUPERADD PRAYERS OF OUR OWN TO THELORD'S PRAYER.~Since, however, 908 | thereby 909 | Thine 910 13 | was scrupulously making a thorough investigation of this practice, 911 | Thou 912 25 | day, debtors as we are to Three--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: 913 25 | pray at least not less than thrice in the day, debtors as we 914 | throughout 915 7 | lord, is made over to the tormentor to pay the uttermost farthing-- 916 22 | shuddered at the first bodily touch of a man by kiss and hand. 917 | toward 918 1intro| must be approached with a train of words, who, we are certain, 919 18 | thereby be mollified for transacting with their brother touching. 920 29 | mid-fires, nor muzzle lions, nor transfer to the hungry the rustics' 921 22 | discipline; for they are being transferred to the rank of "women" both 922 29 | the very path of death, to transform the weak, to restore the 923 29 | the high-spirited, escorts travellers, appeases waves, makes robbers 924 21 | be veiled or no, must be treated of. For they who allow to 925 23 | dissension is particularly on its trial before the churches, the 926 15 | furnace praying in their trousers and turbans.~ 927 29 | we in prayer the angel's trump. The angels, likewise, all 928 15 | praying in their trousers and turbans.~ 929 3 | petition also serves the turn of a blessing. Otherwise, 930 29 | sides. And, so never walk we unarmed. By day, be we mindful of 931 5 | the kingdom, we should, unbidden, have sent forth that cry, 932 14 | at all events, are ever unclean, eternally dyed with the 933 22 | and prophesying with head uncovered, dishonoureth her own head." 934 29 | she obtains from the Lord, understanding what--for God's name's sake-- 935 27 | and honouring of God, aims unitedly to bring Him enriched prayer 936 25 | experienced the vision of Universal Community, (exhibited) in 937 3 | so wish. Plainly, it is universally becoming for God to be blessed" 938 25 | certain hours will not be unprofitable--those common hours, I mean, 939 1intro| who, we are certain, takes unsolicited foresight for His own. And 940 | until 941 22 | book Genesis, was drawn up--has used the selfsame word 942 16 | standing by unless we are upbraiding God that prayer has wearied 943 17 | countenance over-boldly uplifted. For that publican who prayed 944 29 | rising out of the nest, upraise themselves heavenward, and, 945 29 | poor, governs the rich, upraises the fallen, arrests the 946 20 | variety of observance compels us--men of no consideration 947 22 | wrote his letters, it is usual to say, "women" rather than " 948 3 | therefore with suspended utterance, not saying, "Hallowed be 949 9 | of so few words, how many utterances of the prophets, the Gospels, 950 12 | exercise of prayer to be free, uttered from a spirit such as the 951 14 | for fear Christ should utterly shudder. We, however, not 952 7 | the tormentor to pay the uttermost farthing--that is, every 953 5 | V. THE FOURTH CLAUSE.~"Thy 954 15 | against which the reproach of vanity may deservedly be laid; 955 29 | Prayer is alone that which vanquishes God. But Christ has willed 956 20 | the dress of women, the variety of observance compels us-- 957 22 | to women, "teaches that veiling is the duty of females," 958 16 | you most of all revere and venerate; how much more, on the other 959 1intro| duties of prayer, be it veneration of God or petition for man, 960 7 | better; because in Genesis vengeance was assigned "seven times" 961 11 | does He permit it to be vented. Ever if we must be angry, 962 25 | exhibited) in that small vessel, had ascended into the more 963 6 | VI. THE FIFTH CLAUSE.~But how 964 29 | mouth, making their breath vibrate after their own manner. 965 16 | bed," is simply put with a view to the order of the narration, 966 29 | of Station; by night, of vigil. Under the arms of prayer 967 7 | VII. THE SIXTH CLAUSE.~It was 968 8 | VIII. THE SEVENTH OR FINAL CLAUSE.~ 969 22 | and supplemented, would vindicate the addition for itself; 970 22 | much of widowhood as of virginity. So completely has Paul 971 22 | wedded ant had lost their virginity--were the objects of angelic 972 25 | which he experienced the vision of Universal Community, ( 973 22 | expectation; their mind through volition. And Rebecca is example 974 22 | veiled, at all events such as voluntarily are so should not be prohibited; 975 17 | one." Do the ears of God wait for sound? How, then, could 976 3 | the grace of God is still waiting; that we may obey this precept, 977 29 | standing. Prayer is the wall of faith: her arms and missiles 978 10 | individual; our additional wants have the right--after beginning 979 11 | not angry in the way." He warned us, to be sure, at that 980 13 | and not, on that account, wash our hands. Unless any defilement 981 29 | the innocent. Likewise it washes away faults, repels temptations, 982 29 | against the foe who keeps watch over us on all sides. And, 983 13 | superstitiously careful about, taking water at every prayer, even when 984 29 | escorts travellers, appeases waves, makes robbers stand aghast, 985 29 | death, to transform the weak, to restore the sick, to 986 16 | upbraiding God that prayer has wearied us!~ 987 17 | in his countenance too, went his way "more justified" 988 10 | prayers as a foundation, as it were--of rearing an outer superstructure 989 17 | heaven from the depth of the whale's belly, through the entrails 990 29 | the Lord, understanding what--for God's name's sake--she 991 20 | men of no consideration whatever--to treat, presumptuously 992 5 | has also reference to that whereto "Thy will be done" refers-- 993 | wherever 994 | whoever 995 29 | armies of foes, withhold the wholesome influences of the showers. 996 22 | maintain the character wholly, and perform the whole function 997 22 | named) are devoid as much of widowhood as of virginity. So completely 998 29 | creature prays; cattle and wild beasts pray and bend their 999 29 | vanquishes God. But Christ has willed that it be operative for 1000 19 | carry out discipline more willingly, sadness more carefully.~


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