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108 2 Tim. iv. 7.

109 2 Tim. iv. 6.

110 2 Cor. xii. 8, 9.

111 2 Cor. xii. 7.

112 Ps. xcix. 6.

113 Ps. xcix. 8.

114 Prov. iii. 12; Heb. xii. 6.

115 Matt. vi. 12, 14; Luke xi. 4.

116 Matt. xix. 12.

117 See above, chs. 7 and 8.

118 See above, chs. 7 and 8.

119 Jer. x. 23.

120 Jer. x. 24.

121 Ps. cxix. 175.

122 See below, in ch. 33: also De Naturâ et Gratiâ, 29-32; and De Corrept. et Gratia, 10.

123 [Augustin appears to say, in this obscure passage, that had there been two persons, instead of two natures only, in our blessed Lord's person, then no doubt salvation would have been due partly to a human cause.-W.]

124 Ps. lxxxv. 12.

125 Rom. v. 5.

126 1 Cor. iv. 7.

127 See De Gratiâ Christi, 52: and De Gratiâ et Libero Arbi.

128 Prov. viii. 35.

129 Ps. xxxvii. 23.

130 Phil. ii. 13.

131 Isa. xlv. 25: Jer. ix. 23, 24; 1 Cor. i. 31.

132 Ps. lxxxiv. 11.

133 Ps. lxxxv. 10.

134 Ps. xxv. 10.

135 John i. 14.

136 Ps. ci. 1.

137 Matt. xx. 1-16.

138 i.e., the soil of their hearts; see above, at the end of ch. 27.

139 Ps. lxxxv. 4.

140 Ps. ciii. 10.

141 Ps. cxliii. 2.

142 See above, chs. 7, 8, 26.

143 See above, chs. 8, 9.

144 Gen. ii. 17.

145 Prov. iii. 18.

146 Gen. i. 31.

147 Gen. ii 25.

148 i.e. "Parts of shame."

149 Rom. vii. 17, 23.

150 Gen. iii. 7.

151 Gen. xxi. 19.

152 Rom. vii. 24, 25.

153 John i. 12, 13.

154 John i. 14.

155 John i. 1.

156 Medietatem.

157 De maternâ carne peccati, which is the reading of the best and oldest Mss. Another reading has, De naturâ carnis peccati ("of the nature of sinful flesh"); and a third, De materiâ carnis peccati ("of the matter of sinful flesh") . Compare Contr. Julianum, v. 9, and De Gen. ad. Lit. x. 18-20.

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