The art of knowing ourselves: or, The looking-glass which does not deceive. With Twelve considerations on death by L. La Nuza, and Four on eternity by J.B. Manni. Tr. by the author of St. Willibrord
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Page 62 - Enter not into judgment with thy servant, O Lord, for in Thy sight shall no man living be justified.
Page 85 - He that will save his life shall lose it, and he that shall lose his life for My sake, shall
Page 23 - From the sole of the feet to the crown of the head there is no soundness in him, but wounds and bruises and putrefying sores.
Page 62 - Of every idle word that men shall speak they shall give account in the Day of Judgment.
Page 53 - Nescit homo finem suum, sed sicut pisces capiuntur hamo, et aves laqueo comprehenduntur, sic capiuntur homines in tempore malo, cum eis extemplo supervenerit.
Page 61 - If these things be done in the green wood, what shall be done in the dry?
Page 67 - that a millstone be hung about his neck and that he be cast into the depths of the sea.