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Martyrdom of Bartholomew

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1 16 | to heaven, said: God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob, 2 | according 3 19 | about weeping and making accusations before the king. Then King 4 1 | damage, violence, and much affliction; and when any one sacrificed 5 2 | to those who were in the agonies of death on their account, 6 15 | crowbars, and were not at all aide to take down the idol. Then 7 3 | with him angels of God, who allow him neither to be weary, 8 | although 9 1 | them, and rather have them altogether in their power; and thinking 10 | among 11 | another 12 3 | soon as you ask me, and I answer you about him, behold, he 13 7 | shut up in her chamber, the archangel Gabriel appeared, gleaming 14 19 | in a rage sent a thousand armed men along with those priests, 15 15 | heard. And straightway he arose at the word of the apostle, 16 18 | Spirit. And the king laid aside his diadem, and followed 17 2 | sacrificed, they demanded, asking why their god Astaruth had 18 23 | right opinions, he fell asleep in peace, and went to the 19 1 | that they might the more assail them, and rather have them 20 12 | we may thus also make an assault upon their souls when they 21 7 | woman said to him, Eat, he ate; and thus the first man 22 6 | him, he brought everything back to his palace.~ 23 20 | was informed that this god Baldad and all the other idols 24 7 | cast out of paradise, and banished to this life. From him have 25 3 | his head, with a yellow beard, a few grey hairs, of middle 26 20 | apostle Bartholomew to be beaten with rods; and after having 27 3 | a fair skin, large eyes, beautiful nostrils, his ears hidden 28 7 | alone with the king in his bed-chamber, and said to him: Why didst 29 | before 30 20 | been thus scourged, to be beheaded.~ 31 | behind 32 3 | old. Seven times a day he bends the knee to the Lord, and 33 2 | give a response, and was of benefit neither to those that sacrificed 34 5 | our force, and dost thou bid us loose her? The apostle 35 23 | people made King Polymius bishop; and in the name of our 36 23 | And he remained in the bishopric twenty years; and having 37 5 | came near her, she used to bite, and no one dared to come 38 9 | where there is eternal blessedness, and ineffable joy, and 39 1 | thinking that they were cured bodily, those that sacrificed to 40 3 | with a white undercloak bordered with purple, and upon his 41 | both 42 7 | And He answered: Not on bread alone shall man live, but 43 2 | no longer either speak or breathe. They said to him: And who 44 17 | angel of the Lord, shining brighter than the sun, winged, and 45 19 | who were in them, and they broke in pieces the dumb and senseless 46 8 | of man nor opened for the burial of any one. The earth, then, 47 4 | Bartholomew, thy prayers are burning me up. Then said the apostle 48 6 | Then the king loaded camels with gold and silver, precious 49 | can 50 7 | nothing earthly, nothing carnal. Wherefore I wish to teach 51 19 | to him: Art thou he who caused our gods to be broken in 52 9 | devil himself by his own art causes the men to be sick, and 53 19 | has become disciple to a certain magician, who has taken 54 7 | when she was shut up in her chamber, the archangel Gabriel appeared, 55 23 | things, and governed the church well, and guided it in right 56 23 | of the apostle, all the clergy of the people made King 57 3 | his shoulders a very white cloak; and his clothes have been 58 3 | very white cloak; and his clothes have been worn twenty-six 59 6 | precious stones, pearls, and clothing, and sought to see the apostle; 60 17 | eves like fire, sparks coming out of his mouth; and out 61 2 | their account, they were compelled to go to another city, where 62 12 | to us. Fort then we have complete power over them, when they 63 1 | at Media, and the third completes the country; and the one 64 7 | the Lord, and thou shall conceive. And she cast off fear, 65 7 | a virgin's womb. He was conceived in the womb of the virgin; 66 11 | being afraid of him, they condemned him to death. And he put 67 19 | perverted him, but have converted him to God. The king says 68 17 | angels holding up the four corners of the temple; and with 69 2 | persons who had come from far countries were lying there. When, 70 7 | beginning, and everything created, whether in things visible 71 15 | place, where neither winged creature utters a cry, nor voice 72 16 | Then all cried out with one voice, saying: 73 15 | people brought ropes and crowbars, and were not at all aide 74 1 | thinking that they were cured bodily, those that sacrificed 75 2 | persons, who sacrificed to him daily, Astaruth could give no 76 1 | them troubles, infirmities, damage, violence, and much affliction; 77 12 | me. At the same time, I dare not utter more when the 78 5 | him: And who is it that dares to touch her? The apostle 79 1 | portion of it ends in the dark, and the other in the ocean. 80 7 | and the following day was dawning, the sun having risen, the 81 16 | expel demons, and raise the dead: for He said to us, Verily 82 9 | redeem His people from the deception of the devil; and one of 83 7 | thee that the Son of God deigned to be born as a man out 84 5 | therefore, as thou hast delivered him who suffered for many 85 2 | having there sacrificed, they demanded, asking why their god Astaruth 86 19 | thou hast made my brother deny his gods, and believe in 87 7 | therefore, when the angel had departed from her, she escaped the 88 9 | gold and silver, but rather despise them, because we labour 89 8 | having fasted, and shall destroy thy power, so that thou 90 18 | the king laid aside his diadem, and followed Bartholomew 91 7 | bed-chamber, and said to him: Why didst thou seek me yesterday the 92 22 | against the apostle, and thus died by an evil fate.~ 93 1 | knowledge, but rather from the difficulty of going to any other, they 94 3 | years, but neither are they dirty, nor have they waxed old. 95 19 | brother Polymius has become disciple to a certain magician, who 96 1 | sacrificed to them were the more diseased in soul.~ 97 12 | are lying here from heavy diseases? The demon answered: The 98 7 | having tasted of the tree of disobedience, when the woman said to 99 1 | Historians declare that India is divided into three parts; and the 100 17 | soot; his face sharp like a dog's, thin-cheeked, with hair 101 19 | they broke in pieces the dumb and senseless idols, that 102 17 | showed them the demon who dwelt in the temple, like an Ethiopian, 103 5 | food, let her rest, and early to-morrow bring her to me. 104 3 | beautiful nostrils, his ears hidden by the hair of his 105 6 | apostle; and having made many efforts, and not found him, he brought 106 19 | Astreges the king, who was the eider brother of the king who 107 | either 108 2 | where their great and most eminent god was called Becher. And 109 1 | and the one portion of it ends in the dark, and the other 110 9 | the kingdom of Him alone endureth for ever, where neither 111 5 | them: Behold, I keep her enemy bound, and are you even 112 9 | and wishest thyself to be enlightened, I will make thee behold 113 16 | His own blood all of us enslaved by sin, and declare us to 114 1 | And the people were in entire ignorance of the true God; 115 7 | had departed from her, she escaped the temptation of the devil, 116 9 | has place; where there is eternal blessedness, and ineffable 117 16 | Thou existest always to eternity God without end: one God, 118 1 | first is said to end at Ethiopia, and the second at Media, 119 17 | dwelt in the temple, like an Ethiopian, black as soot; his face 120 9 | and ineffable joy, and everlasting exultation, and perpetual 121 17 | with hair down to his feet, eves like fire, sparks coming 122 9 | and learn from how great evils thou hast been redeemed. 123 8 | again takes Jesus to an exceeding high mountain, and shows 124 | except 125 7 | from the time that man existed from the beginning of the 126 16 | the true God, that Thou existest always to eternity God without 127 16 | to cure paralytics, to expel demons, and raise the dead: 128 9 | ineffable joy, and everlasting exultation, and perpetual repose. Wherefore 129 3 | head, a fair skin, large eyes, beautiful nostrils, his 130 17 | with your finger seal your faces, and these evil things will 131 3 | black hair, a shaggy head, a fair skin, large eyes, beautiful 132 8 | give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me. The 133 20 | all the other idols had fallen down, and were broken in 134 1 | all fled for refuge to the false god. And he brought upon 135 2 | persons who had come from far countries were lying there. 136 2 | your god Astaruth is held fast by chains of fire, and can 137 22 | and thus died by an evil fate.~ 138 7 | Mary; for thou hast found favour in the sight of the Lord, 139 17 | thin-cheeked, with hair down to his feet, eves like fire, sparks 140 23 | it in right opinions, he fell asleep in peace, and went 141 | few 142 17 | fiery chains, and he was firmly kept in. And the angel of 143 1 | going to any other, they all fled for refuge to the false 144 17 | and these evil things will flee from you. Then he showed 145 17 | And when he let him go, he flew away, groaning and weeping, 146 18 | laid aside his diadem, and followed Bartholomew the apostle 147 5 | when she has partaken of food, let her rest, and early 148 1 | person in trouble; and the foolish people, seeing this, believed 149 5 | she is bound with all our force, and dost thou bid us loose 150 3 | always glad and rejoicing; he foresees everything, he knows and 151 8 | was called Adam; he was formed out of the earth. And the 152 12 | when they sacrifice to us. Fort then we have complete power 153 15 | and lifted it up from its foundations; and in that same hour all 154 2 | He answered: He is the friend of the Almighty God, and 155 8 | commandment of God. I have fulfilled the righteousness of God 156 2 | And when the temple was full of sick persons, who sacrificed 157 7 | her chamber, the archangel Gabriel appeared, gleaming like 158 8 | me. The Lord says to him, Get thee behind me, Satan; for 159 7 | angel answered her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and 160 7 | and raiment? For these gifts those persons long for who 161 3 | and his heart are always glad and rejoicing; he foresees 162 8 | Lord that thou hearest me gladly. The first man, then, was 163 7 | archangel Gabriel appeared, gleaming like the sun; and when she 164 1 | rather from the difficulty of going to any other, they all fled 165 8 | heart, and who serve Him by good works. The devil himself, 166 23 | prospered in all things, and governed the church well, and guided 167 23 | Jesus Christ he received the grace of healing, and began to 168 3 | with a yellow beard, a few grey hairs, of middle height, 169 9 | where neither trouble, nor grief, nor groaning, nor death, 170 5 | saying: My daughter is grievously torn; I implore thee, therefore, 171 23 | governed the church well, and guided it in right opinions, he 172 11 | me free to go into other habitations.~ 173 3 | yellow beard, a few grey hairs, of middle height, and neither 174 23 | he received the grace of healing, and began to do signs. 175 14 | that all these may receive health, take down this idol, and 176 8 | thanks to the Lord that thou hearest me gladly. The first man, 177 12 | that are lying here from heavy diseases? The demon answered: 178 3 | few grey hairs, of middle height, and neither tall nor stunted, 179 | herself 180 3 | beautiful nostrils, his ears hidden by the hair of his head, 181 1 | Historians declare that India is divided 182 4 | said the apostle to him: Hold thy peace, and come out 183 17 | winged, and other four angels holding up the four corners of the 184 7 | life. From him have been horn the whole human race. Then 185 12 | came I am punished, kept hound in chains of fire. And for 186 7 | have been horn the whole human race. Then the Son of God 187 3 | neither to be weary, nor to hunger, nor to thirst; his face, 188 1 | the people were in entire ignorance of the true God; and from 189 | indeed 190 9 | eternal blessedness, and ineffable joy, and everlasting exultation, 191 1 | was supposed to heal the infirm, but rather the more injured 192 1 | brought upon them troubles, infirmities, damage, violence, and much 193 17 | been purified from all your infirmity, so also this temple shall 194 20 | thus spoken, the king was informed that this god Baldad and 195 9 | hear also by what means he injures all those who are lying 196 21 | And innumerable multitudes came from all 197 7 | whether in things visible or invisible. And as this virgin did 198 16 | God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob, who for the 199 21 | remains were carried into the island of Liparis.~ 200 | its 201 16 | Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob, who for the salvation of 202 11 | the Son of God, whom the Jews crucified: for, being afraid 203 9 | blessedness, and ineffable joy, and everlasting exultation, 204 17 | there until the great day of judgment. And when he let him go, 205 5 | says to them: Behold, I keep her enemy bound, and are 206 11 | now, who has bound me, and keeps me in subjection. I implore 207 8 | mountain, and shows Him all the kingdoms of the world, and says, 208 3 | times a day he bends the knee to the Lord, and seven times 209 8 | virgin fasting forty days, he knew in truth that He was the 210 1 | true God; and from want of knowledge, but rather from the difficulty 211 8 | given Himself out to be known, except to those who are 212 9 | despise them, because we labour to be rich in that place 213 18 | and country, and whatever land his kingdom ruled over, 214 3 | shaggy head, a fair skin, large eyes, beautiful nostrils, 215 9 | make thee behold Him, and learn from how great evils thou 216 14 | heavens, and do not believe in lifeless stones and stocks. And if 217 15 | word of the apostle, and lifted it up from its foundations; 218 5 | to tear in pieces all her limbs; and if any one came near 219 21 | carried into the island of Liparis.~ 220 8 | And the Lord answered him, Listen, devil; although thou mayst 221 7 | on bread alone shall man live, but by every word of God. 222 1 | temple of Astaruth, and lived there as one of the pilgrims 223 16 | our Lord, with whom Thou livest and reignest in unity of 224 6 | Then the king loaded camels with gold and silver, 225 7 | these gifts those persons long for who seek earthly things; 226 4 | returned, and set to work to look into every face of the pilgrims 227 7 | remain a virgin through the love of God, pure and undefiled. 228 7 | the first among women who loved this in her heart, said, 229 5 | demoniac, that is to say, a lunatic. And he heard about the 230 19 | become disciple to a certain magician, who has taken down our 231 14 | bodies. Hear even now your Maker who dwells in the heavens, 232 | makes 233 19 | they set about weeping and making accusations before the king. 234 17 | commanded me, that I may manifest Him to you. And when ye 235 8 | Listen, devil; although thou mayst lord it over man, because 236 9 | same time hear also by what means he injures all those who 237 1 | Ethiopia, and the second at Media, and the third completes 238 5 | had been healed, and sent messengers to the apostle, saying: 239 3 | beard, a few grey hairs, of middle height, and neither tall 240 3 | neither tall nor stunted, but middling, clothed with a white undercloak 241 22 | overpowered by a demon and miserably strangled; and all the priests 242 7 | woman made a vow of this mode of life; but she, as she 243 8 | earth. And the earth, his mother out of which he was, was 244 8 | Jesus to an exceeding high mountain, and shows Him all the kingdoms 245 | much 246 21 | And innumerable multitudes came from all the cities, 247 3 | speaks every tongue of every nation. And behold now, as soon 248 | none 249 | nowhere 250 21 | from all the cities, to the number of twelve thousand, who 251 7 | for the salvation of many, observed this-that she might remain 252 1 | dark, and the other in the ocean. To this India, then, the 253 | off 254 7 | this in her heart, said, I offer to Thee, O Lord, my virginity. 255 3 | dirty, nor have they waxed old. Seven times a day he bends 256 | once 257 11 | out: Refrain, ye wretched ones, from sacrificing to me, 258 8 | by the blood of man nor opened for the burial of any one. 259 23 | and guided it in right opinions, he fell asleep in peace, 260 5 | happened to be standing opposite the apostle; and he had 261 23 | presbyters who had been ordained by the holy apostle Bartholomew. 262 15 | Then the king gave orders, and all the people brought 263 | others 264 22 | that the king Astreges was overpowered by a demon and miserably 265 7 | power of the Most High shall overshadow thee; wherefore also that 266 6 | brought everything back to his palace.~ 267 16 | to heal the sick, to cure paralytics, to expel demons, and raise 268 5 | loose her; and when she has partaken of food, let her rest, and 269 7 | happened, when the night had passed, and the following day was 270 7 | virgin, and having become perfect man, and having been baptized, 271 22 | strangled by demons, and perished on account of their rising 272 9 | everlasting exultation, and perpetual repose. Wherefore also the 273 1 | appeared to give a cure to the person in trouble; and the foolish 274 19 | same to my God, thou canst persuade me also to sacrifice to 275 8 | for he takes Him up to the pinnacle of the temple, and says, 276 8 | because it had neither been polluted by the blood of man nor 277 17 | with wings spined like a porcupine; and his hands were bound 278 1 | the country; and the one portion of it ends in the dark, 279 21 | apostle with singing of praise and with all glory, and 280 4 | the Lord, Bartholomew, thy prayers are burning me up. Then 281 23 | and were baptized by the presbyters who had been ordained by 282 12 | more when the apostle is present, neither I nor our rulers.~ 283 7 | did not know man, so she, preserving her virginity, vowed a vow 284 11 | our king, and he bound our prince in chains of fire; and on 285 16 | begotten, the Holy Spirit proceeding; and in Thee the Father, 286 16 | Bartholomew the apostle proclaims. Then the holy Bartholomew, 287 23 | twenty years; and having prospered in all things, and governed 288 9 | And if thou wishest to prove that it is so, I order him 289 12 | Apostle Bartholomew came I am punished, kept hound in chains of 290 11 | condemned him to death. And he put to death Death himself, 291 18 | Then the king, and also the queen, with their two sons, and 292 7 | been horn the whole human race. Then the Son of God having 293 19 | Then King Astreges in a rage sent a thousand armed men 294 7 | precious stones, pearls, and raiment? For these gifts those persons 295 16 | paralytics, to expel demons, and raise the dead: for He said to 296 10 | the day, the priests are ready to sacrifice in the temple, 297 12 | chains of fire. And for this reason I speak, because he has 298 23 | our Lord Jesus Christ he received the grace of healing, and 299 9 | great evils thou hast been redeemed. At the same time hear also 300 11 | devil began to cry out: Refrain, ye wretched ones, from 301 1 | other, they all fled for refuge to the false god. And he 302 2 | apostle Bartholomew into the regions here, your god Astaruth 303 16 | with whom Thou livest and reignest in unity of the Holy Spirit 304 19 | so I also will make you reject thy God and believe in my 305 3 | heart are always glad and rejoicing; he foresees everything, 306 7 | observed this-that she might remain a virgin through the love 307 23 | began to do signs. And he remained in the bishopric twenty 308 20 | in pieces. Then the king rent the purple in which he was 309 9 | exultation, and perpetual repose. Wherefore also the demon 310 9 | in your temple, who makes responses to you, is kept in chains 311 1 | believed in him. But the demons retired, not because they wished 312 1 | sacrificed to him, the demon, retiring, appeared to give a cure 313 9 | it is so, I order him to return into the idol, and I will 314 4 | held his peace. And they returned, and set to work to look 315 9 | because we labour to be rich in that place where the 316 23 | church well, and guided it in right opinions, he fell asleep 317 8 | God. I have fulfilled the righteousness of God in having fasted, 318 7 | dawning, the sun having risen, the apostle appeared alone 319 22 | perished on account of their rising against the apostle, and 320 20 | Bartholomew to be beaten with rods; and after having been thus 321 21 | and they laid them in the royal tomb, and glorified God. 322 18 | whatever land his kingdom ruled over, were saved, and believed, 323 12 | answered: The devil, our ruler, he who is bound, he sends 324 12 | present, neither I nor our rulers.~ 325 8 | And how is it that thou saidst just now that she was the 326 17 | the people, and said: Thus saith the Lord who hath sent me, 327 11 | lest ye suffer worse for my sake; because I am bound in fiery 328 14 | baptism of the Lord, and sanctified you, I will save all.~ 329 14 | you have done this, I will sanctify this temple in the name 330 8 | him, Get thee behind me, Satan; for it is written, Thou 331 20 | and after having been thus scourged, to be beheaded.~ 332 17 | also do ye with your finger seal your faces, and these evil 333 17 | with his finger the one sealed the temple and the people, 334 1 | and the foolish people, seeing this, believed in him. But 335 16 | earth, and in the sea, who seekest the salvation of men through 336 5 | and went with them. And he sees the king's daughter bound 337 7 | and as he through want of self-restraint had conquered the first 338 12 | ruler, he who is bound, he sends us against men, that, having 339 19 | broke in pieces the dumb and senseless idols, that all men might 340 3 | said: He has black hair, a shaggy head, a fair skin, large 341 | shalt 342 17 | black as soot; his face sharp like a dog's, thin-cheeked, 343 17 | appeared an angel of the Lord, shining brighter than the sun, winged, 344 3 | with purple, and upon his shoulders a very white cloak; and 345 17 | will flee from you. Then he showed them the demon who dwelt 346 8 | exceeding high mountain, and shows Him all the kingdoms of 347 23 | healing, and began to do signs. And he remained in the 348 16 | blood all of us enslaved by sin, and declare us to be Thy 349 | since 350 21 | remains of the apostle with singing of praise and with all glory, 351 9 | Wherefore also the demon sitting in your temple, who makes 352 3 | hair, a shaggy head, a fair skin, large eyes, beautiful nostrils, 353 17 | his nostrils came forth smoke like sulphur, with wings 354 | some 355 3 | God. His voice is like the sonnet of a strong trumpet; there 356 3 | nation. And behold now, as soon as you ask me, and I answer 357 17 | like an Ethiopian, black as soot; his face sharp like a dog' 358 6 | pearls, and clothing, and sought to see the apostle; and 359 17 | his feet, eves like fire, sparks coming out of his mouth; 360 19 | And while they were thus speaking and weeping, behold, again 361 3 | everything, he knows and speaks every tongue of every nation. 362 17 | like sulphur, with wings spined like a porcupine; and his 363 20 | And when he had thus spoken, the king was informed that 364 16 | holy Bartholomew, having spread forth his hands to heaven, 365 5 | country, happened to be standing opposite the apostle; and 366 2 | of Christ, Bartholomew, stayed there, Astaruth gave no 367 9 | that they may say to the stock and the stone, Thou art 368 14 | believe in lifeless stones and stocks. And if you wish that I 369 9 | say to the stock and the stone, Thou art our God. But that 370 7 | And she cast off fear, and stood up, and said, How shall 371 15 | has ever been heard. And straightway he arose at the word of 372 23 | Lord: to whom be glory and strength for ever and ever. Amen. ~ ~ 373 3 | is like the sonnet of a strong trumpet; there go along 374 3 | height, and neither tall nor stunted, but middling, clothed with 375 | such 376 11 | sacrificing to me, lest ye suffer worse for my sake; because 377 13 | we do not take away the sufferings of their bodies, but retire 378 17 | nostrils came forth smoke like sulphur, with wings spined like 379 11 | implore you, therefore, supplicate him on my account, that 380 1 | called Astaruth, which was supposed to heal the infirm, but 381 19 | certain magician, who has taken down our temples, and broken 382 3 | middle height, and neither tall nor stunted, but middling, 383 7 | when at rest. For, having tasted of the tree of disobedience, 384 7 | carnal. Wherefore I wish to teach thee that the Son of God 385 5 | chains, for she used to tear in pieces all her limbs; 386 19 | who has taken down our temples, and broken our gods to 387 8 | says to him, Thou shall not tempt the Lord thy God. And the 388 7 | having fasted forty days, the tempter came and said to Him: If 389 7 | the sun; and when she was terrified at the sight, the angel 390 [Title]| Text~ 391 | than 392 8 | apostle answered: I give thanks to the Lord that thou hearest 393 | therein 394 17 | face sharp like a dog's, thin-cheeked, with hair down to his feet, 395 7 | wherefore also that holy thing which is born of thee shall 396 3 | weary, nor to hunger, nor to thirst; his face, and his soul, 397 22 | And it came to pass on the thirtieth day after the apostle was 398 7 | salvation of many, observed this-that she might remain a virgin 399 14 | Behold, the god whom you thought to cure you, does the more 400 1 | that India is divided into three parts; and the first is 401 8 | of the virgin earth, was thrice conquered by Christ, the 402 21 | this, ordered him to be thrown into the sea; and his remains 403 | together 404 21 | they laid them in the royal tomb, and glorified God. And 405 3 | he knows and speaks every tongue of every nation. And behold 406 5 | My daughter is grievously torn; I implore thee, therefore, 407 5 | who is it that dares to touch her? The apostle answered 408 23 | there was great fear and trembling, and all came to the Lord, 409 1 | And he brought upon them troubles, infirmities, damage, violence, 410 16 | and acknowledged to be truly one, the Father unbegotten, 411 3 | like the sonnet of a strong trumpet; there go along with him 412 21 | cities, to the number of twelve thousand, who had believed 413 23 | remained in the bishopric twenty years; and having prospered 414 3 | his clothes have been worn twenty-six years, but neither are they 415 9 | the Lord had conquered the tyrant, He sent His apostles into 416 16 | be truly one, the Father unbegotten, the Son begotten, the Holy 417 19 | And after these things the unbelievers of the Greeks, having come 418 12 | apostle answered: Confess, unclean demon, who is it that has 419 17 | shall be purified from all uncleanness, and from the demons dwelling 420 7 | the love of God, pure and undefiled. And suddenly, when she 421 3 | middling, clothed with a white undercloak bordered with purple, and 422 15 | the apostle says to them: Unfasten the ropes. And when they 423 15 | ropes. And when they had unfastened them, he said to the demon 424 16 | Thou livest and reignest in unity of the Holy Spirit for ever 425 | unless 426 | until 427 | unto 428 12 | the same time, I dare not utter more when the apostle is 429 15 | neither winged creature utters a cry, nor voice of man 430 16 | dead: for He said to us, Verily I say unto you, that whatever 431 1 | troubles, infirmities, damage, violence, and much affliction; and 432 7 | created, whether in things visible or invisible. And as this 433 7 | preserving her virginity, vowed a vow to the Lord God. And 434 3 | they dirty, nor have they waxed old. Seven times a day he 435 3 | allow him neither to be weary, nor to hunger, nor to thirst; 436 | well 437 | wherever 438 | whether 439 | whose 440 8 | he did conquer; for his wicked craft, through the eating 441 8 | will I give thee, if thou wilt fall down and worship me. 442 17 | smoke like sulphur, with wings spined like a porcupine; 443 1 | retired, not because they wished to cure men, but that they 444 13 | and sacrifice to us, God withdraws from those who sacrifice, 445 | within 446 | without 447 7 | she was the first among women who loved this in her heart, 448 10 | shall be able to see this wonderful work.~ 449 8 | and who serve Him by good works. The devil himself, therefore, 450 3 | and his clothes have been worn twenty-six years, but neither 451 11 | sacrificing to me, lest ye suffer worse for my sake; because I am 452 11 | to cry out: Refrain, ye wretched ones, from sacrificing to 453 8 | behind me, Satan; for it is written, Thou shall worship the 454 3 | hair of his head, with a yellow beard, a few grey hairs, 455 7 | Why didst thou seek me yesterday the whole day with gold


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