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The Little Flowers of Saint Francis of Assisi
by Brother Ugolino

CHAPTER XIV
OF THE HAND WHICH BROTHER JUNIPER SAW IN THE AIR




Brother Juniper being one day in prayer, and, it may be, proposing to himself to do great things for God, he saw a hand in the air, and heard with his bodily ears a voice, which said thus to him: "O Brother Juniper, with this hand thou canst do nothing." Then he arose immediately, and with his eyes raised to heaven, he went round the convent, repeating aloud: "True indeed, most true indeed!" and this he repeated many times.











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