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CHAUCER

 

 

 

"O thou Eternal, Three and Two and One,
Reigning forever in One, Two and Three,
Boundless, but binding all through Father and Son,
From foes unseen and seen deliver me."
(Chaucer, 155, 1989)

"O thou great God, who innocents hast called / To give Thee praise, now shown is Thy great might!"

(Chaucer, 394)
 

"That Heaven’s God has dominion, up and down, Over all realms and everything therein."
(Chaucer, 438)

"God Almighty is all good; and therefore He forgives all or nothing."

(Chaucer, 505)

"Certainly the mercy of God is always available to every penitent, and this is the greatest of all Godís works."

(Chaucer, 527-528)
 

 

 

 

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