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The fifth Act, concerning the Devil that took up his abode in the Woman

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The Apostle went into the city, the multitudes accompanying him; and he was thinking of going to the house of the family of the youth whom he had brought to life, because he had begged this earnestly of him. And a fair woman cried with a loud voice and said to him: "Apostle of the new God, who has come to India, servant of the holy God. When the Apostle saw the instigation of the enemy, lifted up his voice and said: "O evil that cannot be repressed O enemy that is never at rest O envious one who is never quiet." And when the Apostle had said these things the enemy came and stood before him, no one seeing him except the Apostle and the woman, and cried with a loud voice, whilst all those who were there heard him.

Keywords: Apostle; fair woman; new God



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