Concordance for A new treatise on the duty of a Christian towards God : being an enlarged and improved version of the original treatise / written by J.B. de La Salle ; translated from the French by Mrs. J. Sadlier.

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1.   couleur T Coloured ink (i.e. other than blue or black)/ Encre de couleur (i.e. autre
2. T Coloured ink (i.e. other than blue or black)/ Encre de couleur (i.e. autre que bleu
3. what constitutes the difference between red and yellow, green and blue ? Are we the
4. stitutes the difference between red and yellow, green and blue ? Are we then to deny t
5. the difference between red and yellow, green and blue ? Are we then to deny that the
6. rence between red and yellow, green and blue ? Are we then to deny that there are co
7. ing a fool, and having clothed him in a white robe by way of mockery, he sent him bac
8. r with their heavy blows, clad him in a purple robe, and placed on his head a crown of
9. nemies, who, having stripped him of his purple garment, put on his own clothes, laid t
10. came a new species of torment ; crown a red-h( the oth( frame, torment invincib mos
11. om. St. Lawrence, when stretched over a red-hot furnace, desired his executioners t
12. " says the Lord " Though your sins were red as scarlet, and your soul black : ; ; :
13. sins were red as scarlet, and your soul black : ; ; : We ; ; t:«;i.^?^ "<.*;•, ,*
14. umny. This crime has in it something so black and so malignant that it is truly re" T
15. child, the priest places on its head a white cloth, and in its hand a lighted taper,
16. was time to cover the baptized with the white robe, the soldiers, in order to carry o
17. suddenly appeared he had preserved the white robe wherewith Elpiphodorus had been co
18. thee at the judgment seat of God. Look white garment wherewith I clothed thee at the
19. riijie of his apostacy, he cast off the white robe which he wore,, and put on one of
20. robe which he wore,, and put on one of black, in token of his repentance thus attire
21. ; r^,:'>* <«.,.•: :.• . ' ... :> ; red from this that he who has made a bad co
22. lead a Christian life. At a time when a purple fever was making ravages, in the capita
23. his illness to procure a little broth. black, discoloured wall hung a crucifix, a ha

Author: Eric Lease Morgan <emorgan@nd.edu>
Date created: October 16, 2010
Date updated: August 23, 2016
URL: http://concordance.library.nd.edu/app/