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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 1intro| necessities, you will be able to judge from this little 2 1intro| and others. For I am not able to forget myself, and especially 3 1intro| all these things which are able to entice as snares, and 4 1intro| to disregard, if you are able according to your virtue, 5 2 | they might more easily be able to endure the severity of 6 2 | animals, because wisdom was able to supply those things which 7 3 | this life; who is neither able to move himself from the 8 3 | been otherwise, for God is able to do all things: but it 9 3 | grants those things which are able to be the result of reason? 10 3 | when reason once granted is able to supply the office of 11 3 | strength, though they are able to bear patiently the inclemency 12 4 | reason, that he might be able to be harassed by diseases, 13 4 | since he is feeble, and not able to live by himself apart 14 5 | shape, that they might be able easily to put themselves 15 5 | knots, that they might be able more easily to be bound 16 5 | length that he might be able to touch the earth with 17 5 | limb, by which he might be able to grasp and lay hold of 18 6 | foresight, that they might be able to have their use. For what 19 8 | how little should we be able to see, if from the innermost 20 8 | together that they might be able not only to be altogether 21 10 | scarcely any other animal is able to lie upon its back. But 22 11 | that the tongue might be able to discharge its office, 23 11 | is not so open as to be able to send forth the full voice. 24 11 | because the nostrils are not able to endure the heat, the 25 11 | the nostrils, we may be able to draw the air through 26 14 | any one suppose that he is able to relate what is the advantage, 27 16 | see, yet it would not be able to perceive in what manner 28 19 | virtue, by which he might be able to gain life. For great 29 20 | many things as I shall be able, which have reference to


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