Sixteen Revelations of Divine Love

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Page 61 - And all shall be well and All manner of thing shall be well When the tongues of flame are in-folded Into the crowned knot of fire And the fire and the rose are one.
Page 29 - And after this I saw God in a Point, that is to say, in mine understanding, — by which sight I saw that He is in all things.
Page 71 - Christendom and liveth unchristian life and so dieth out of charity : all these shall be damned to hell without end, as Holy Church teacheth me to believe. And...
Page 134 - And the high goodness of the Trinity is our Lord, and in him we are enclosed and he in us. We are enclosed in the Father, and we are enclosed in the Son, and we are enclosed in the Holy Spirit.
Page 137 - God to see in him, and to wit, to understand and to know, that our soul is a made Trinity, like to the unmade blessed Trinity, known and loved from without beginning; and in the making oned to the Maker, as it is before said.
Page 90 - And when we shall undertake our bliss, it shall be given us for a degree of joy, with endless worshipful thanking of him ; full glad and merry is our Lord of our prayer : and he looketh thereafter, and he will have it ; for with his grace it...
Page 11 - What may this be? And it was answered generally thus: It is all that is made. I marvelled how it might last, for methought it might suddenly have fallen to naught for little[ness]. And I was answered in my understanding: It lasteth, and ever shall [last] for that God loveth it. And so All-thing hath the Being by the love of God.
Page 81 - For in every soul that shall be saved is a Godly Will that never assented to sin, nor ever shall. Right as there is a beastly will in the lower part that may will no good, right so there is a Godly Will in the higher part, which will is so good that it may never will evil, but ever good.
Page 12 - It lasteth, and ever shall (last) for that God loveth it. And so All-thing hath the Being by the love of God. In this Little Thing I saw three properties. The first is that God made it, the second is that God loveth it, the third, that God keepeth it.
Page 22 - For truly it was not shewed me that God loved me better than the least soul that is in grace; for I am certain that there be many that never had Shewing nor sight but of the common teaching of Holy Church, that love God better than I.

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