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Council of Trent

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1 1 | to confirm within us the hope of heavenly things; the 2 1 | having an almost assured hope that, when assembled there 3 1 | who, however, we still hope will cast a more favourable 4 1 | commonweal. It was, indeed, this hope of peace, thus held out 5 1 | wishes of those princes; a hope which was greatly increased 6 1 | confirmed us in our good hope, that we believed that God, 7 1 | now no longer scarcely any hope of peace, and the scheme 8 1 | were unwilling that our hope should be any longer delayed 9 1 | eternity. But if, which we hope may not be the case, they 10 7,1 | of God, are raised unto hope, confiding that God will 11 7,1 | be an heir according to hope of life everlasting. ~Of 12 7,1 | infused at once, faith, hope, and charity. For faith, 13 7,1 | charity. For faith, unless hope and charity be added thereto, 14 7,1 | everlasting, which, without hope and charity, faith cannot 15 7,1 | Lord, increase of faith, hope, and charity." ~CHAPTER 16 7,1 | place and repose a most firm hope in God's help. For God, 17 7,1 | they are born again unto a hope of glory, but not as yet 18 7,1 | his help, man can believe, hope, love, or be penitent as 19 7,1 | done in God, to expect and hope for an eternal recompense 20 13 | provinces; and conceiving a firm hope that very many other prelates, 21 14,1 | the closest bond of faith, hope, and charity, that we might 22 14,4 | salutary concord of one faith, hope, and charity, (and) yielding 23 15,1 | declares that if, with the hope of pardon, it exclude the 24 16,1 | following Session, an assured hope being held out that they 25 17,1 | and there was no slight hope that those Germans who had 26 17,1 | interrupt its course, and all hope was taken away of further 27 17,2 | conceived the strongest hope that, by the said means 28 22,2 | seems to be no longer any hope left of their amendment; ( 29 24,2 | deacons. They shall have a hope, with God's help, to be 30 24,2 | and inclination afford a hope that they will always serve 31 25,3 | separated, and be without hope of obtaining a dispensation; 32 25,4 | be subjected, without any hope of pardon, to the other 33 26,2 | Gentiles who placed their hope in idols; but because the 34 26,11| danger ; and whereas no hope remains that the heretics, 35 27 | great and well nigh assured hope that greater fruits will


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