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  The Sermon of All Creation: An Introduction Back to the List of Slideshows
"…Providence reaches down even to these earthly things below: all of which things…"
    
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From the supreme God, whose beauty is unseen and ineffable, Providence reaches down even to these earthly things below: all of which things, so transitory and momentary, could not have their peculiar, richly assorted beauties, but from that intellectual and immutable Beauty forming them all.

Augustine of Hippo (354-430)



All that is sweet, delightful, and amiable in this world, in the serenity of the air, the fineness of seasons, the joy of light, the melody of sounds, the beauty of colors, the fragrancy of smells, the splendor of precious stones, is nothing else but Heaven breaking through the veil of this world, manifesting itself in such a degree and darting forth in such variety so much of its own nature.

William Law (1686-1761)


The day of my spiritual awakening was the day I saw, and knew I saw, all things in God and God in all things.

Mechthild of Magdeburg (1210-1297)


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