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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius
On the workmanship of God

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1 1intro| enjoyments of the earth as great or true blessings, since 2 1intro| to understand with what great power of providence each 3 3 | possessed of a body which is not great, and of slight strength, 4 3 | state, and o would with great outcries eagerly demand 5 4 | thing was foreseen with great reason, that he might be 6 4 | their consistency in so great an opposition of circumstances? 7 4 | of divine providence, how great it has been in those things 8 6 | designs to construct some great building, first of all considers 9 7 | that divine, that in so great a multitude of living creatures 10 7 | adapted to his head; for what great deformity there would be 11 10 | has been provided by the great Artificer, that if there 12 10 | has been divided by the great Artificer into two ears, 13 10 | sinews for firmness: the great strength of the upper-arms 14 10 | holding any object, afford great adornment. But this is convenient 15 16 | you may understand how great is the magnitude off the 16 16 | should be employed in so great a light of reason and intelligence; 17 16 | within a mortal body, is so great, that it can in no way be 18 16 | this very circumstance how great is the power of God, because 19 19 | be able to gain life. For great is the power, great the 20 19 | For great is the power, great the reason, great the mysterious 21 19 | power, great the reason, great the mysterious purpose of 22 20 | venture to undertake so great a deed. Shall we then suffer 23 20 | know? I seem to promise a great thing; but there is need


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