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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 42 | As the Father gave Me commandment so do I." The ~Father also 2 1, 42 | As the Father gave Me commandment so do I." The ~Father also 3 2, 14 | concerning virgins I have no commandment of the Lord: but I give ~ 4 2, 19 | something contrary ~to God's commandment, he would not be bound to 5 2, 19 | reason ~is to scorn the commandment of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 6 2, 19 | when it abides by the ~commandment of God and the eternal law. 7 2, 19 | the eternal law and God's ~commandment are proposed to us by the 8 2, 19 | Further, to wish to keep God's commandment, belongs to a good ~will. 9 2, 33 | precept of charity: "Thy commandment is exceeding broad." ~But 10 2, 73 | sinning, departs from a commandment of the law. Now all the ~ 11 2, 77 | taking occasion by the ~commandment wrought in me all manner 12 2, 79 | free-will commits against the commandment of God, is not ~attributed 13 2, 84 | not being ~subject to His commandment; and thus, they say, it 14 2, 84 | away from God, to Whose ~commandment man refuses to be subject, 15 2, 88 | whoever ~sins breaks this commandment, because sin is not done 16 2, 88 | Consequently, since to break a commandment is to commit a mortal sin, 17 2, 93 | understanding the Divine commandment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] A[ 18 2, 96 | You have made void the commandment of ~God for your tradition." 19 2, 98 | without ~the law. But when the commandment came sin revived; and I 20 2, 98 | indeed ~is holy, and the commandment holy, and just, and good."~ 21 2, 98 | reason, as evidenced by the commandment, "Thou ~shalt not covet 22 2, 98 | taking ~occasion by the commandment, seduced me, and by it killed 23 2, 98 | setting aside of the former commandment, because of the weakness ~ 24 2, 98 | You have made void the commandment of God for ~your tradition." 25 2, 99 | If there be any other ~commandment, it is comprised in this 26 2, 99 | thyself." But this is only one commandment. Therefore the Old Law ~ 27 2, 99 | Old Law ~contained but one commandment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 28 2, 99 | Old Law contains but one ~commandment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 29 2, 99 | 1:5), "the end of the ~commandment is charity"; since every 30 2, 99 | is comprised in this one commandment, "Thou shalt love thy neighbor ~ 31 2, 99 | Hence the Apostle put this commandment in place of the two which ~ 32 2, 99 | an ~explanation of this commandment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 33 2, 99 | is holy," adds that "the commandment is just, and holy, and ~ 34 2, 100 | the ~Apostle speaks of the commandment about covetousness as though 35 2, 100 | his children. Moreover the commandment of charity extends ~to all 36 2, 100 | Tim. 1:5: "The end of the commandment is ~charity." Therefore 37 2, 100 | the sense of the ~first commandment, in the words "Thou shalt 38 2, 100 | is conveyed by the second commandment, "Thou shalt not take ~the 39 2, 100 | this ~belongs the third commandment of the sanctification of 40 2, 100 | sense is to be taken the commandment about honoring ~one's parents. 41 2, 100 | Conc. 1), by the first commandment we reverence the unity of 42 2, 100 | should be ~made in the third commandment only. Consequently it seems 43 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The commandment about the Sabbath was made 44 2, 100 | therein. ~Or again, the commandment about the Sabbath has a 45 2, 100 | charity ~is included in the commandment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 46 2, 100 | charity is included ~in the commandment.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 47 2, 100 | contrary, Whoever breaks a commandment sins mortally. If ~therefore 48 2, 100 | which is "the end of ~the commandment," as stated in 1 Tim. i, 49 2, 100 | that is to say ~that this commandment, "Honor thy father," does 50 2, 100 | enter into life, keep ~one commandment"; but "keep" all "the commandments": 51 2, 100 | among which is ~included the commandment concerning the love of God 52 2, 100 | corollaries. Thus the first commandment of the decalogue forbids 53 2, 100 | from the dead." ~The second commandment forbids perjury. To this 54 2, 100 | Dt. 13). To the third commandment are added all the ceremonial 55 2, 100 | precepts. ~To the fourth commandment prescribing the honor due 56 2, 100 | inferiors. To ~the fifth commandment, which forbids murder, is 57 2, 100 | thy heart." To the sixth commandment which ~forbids adultery, 58 2, 100 | beast." To the seventh ~commandment which prohibits theft, is 59 2, 100 | larceny. To the eighth ~commandment, forbidding false testimony, 60 2, 101 | setting aside of the former commandment because of the ~weakness 61 2, 102 | written (Ps. 18:9): "The commandment of the Lord ~is lightsome, 62 2, 102 | forbidden by the first commandment; but as a sign of their 63 2, 102 | idols, as expressed in the commandment of the Law ~(Dt. 7:25, seqq.). 64 2, 102 | It also seems an absurd commandment set forth in Dt. ~23:13, 65 2, 102 | the Lord in giving this commandment was that they should be 66 2, 103 | need to give this special commandment to those who were ~converted 67 2, 104 | setting ~aside of the former commandment, because of the weakness 68 2, 105 | and a destroyer of the ~commandment of the Law [*Cf. Num. 15: 69 2, 105 | literal reason for this commandment, as Rabbi Moses ~declares ( 70 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This commandment is to be understood as referring 71 2, 108 | between a counsel and a commandment is ~that a commandment implies 72 2, 108 | a commandment is ~that a commandment implies obligation, whereas 73 2, 5 | fails whenever he breaks one commandment, according to ~James 2:10: " 74 2, 15 | expounding the words: "This is My commandment" (Jn. 15:12) says ~(Tract. 75 2, 16 | 1:5): "The end of the ~commandment is charity from a pure heart, 76 2, 21 | on Jn. 15:12, "This is My commandment, ~that you love one another" ( 77 2, 22 | shalt love" is ~"a general commandment," and "Thou shalt not covet," " 78 2, 22 | Tim. 1:5: "The end of the commandment is charity."~Aquin.: SMT 79 2, 23 | 1:5): "The end of the ~commandment is charity from a pure heart, 80 2, 24 | written (1 Jn. 4:21): "This commandment we have ~from God, that 81 2, 25 | love of others. Hence the commandment (Lev. 10:9), "He that ~curseth 82 2, 26 | love ~of God, for "this commandment we have from God, that he, 83 2, 30 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, every commandment is reducible to the precepts 84 2, 30 | they are fulfilling the ~commandment by so doing. This interpretation 85 2, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By the commandment of God (Ex. 20:12) we must 86 2, 41 | Sin taking occasion by the commandment wrought in ~me all manner 87 2, 42 | Tim. 1:5): "The end of the commandment is charity from a ~pure 88 2, 42 | written (1 Jn. 4:21): "This commandment we have ~from God, that 89 2, 42 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: The commandment that prescribes an act of 90 2, 42 | impossible." But God gave this commandment, as is clear from Dt. 6: 91 2, 42 | according to Ps. 18:9: "The commandment of the Lord is ~lightsome, 92 2, 42 | Mt. 22:39): "The second" commandment "is ~like to this: Thou 93 2, 58 | not," etc., says: "By this commandment our Lord ~does not forbid 94 2, 60 | the judge. Nor is this ~commandment to be kept now, because 95 2, 62 | this is in keeping with the commandment of God ~Himself: for it 96 2, 85 | precept to pay tithes. ~The commandment to pay tithes is contained 97 2, 85 | principle on which is based the commandment of the ~Church about the 98 2, 99 | he would be breaking the ~commandment prescribing the honoring 99 2, 102 | Amalekites against the ~commandment of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 100 2, 103 | according as the ~unfulfilled commandment is more in the intention 101 2, 103 | the disobedience of that ~commandment, because since God's will 102 2, 103 | Consequently he that disobeys the commandment of the love of God sins ~ 103 2, 103 | than one who disobeys the commandment of the love of our ~neighbor. 104 2, 103 | acts also against God's commandment. And if the divine precept ~ 105 2, 103 | involving ~contempt of God's commandment alone.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 106 2, 120 | Tim. 1:5, "The end of the commandment is charity": ~but they belong 107 2, 145 | mortal ~sin to disobey a commandment through contempt of the 108 2, 145 | if one fails to keep a ~commandment, when there is a reasonable 109 2, 145 | necessary thing by the ~commandment of the Church, it seems 110 2, 145 | righteous are not bound by the commandment of the ~Church to fast.~ 111 2, 145 | fasts appointed by the ~commandment of the Church are rather " 112 2, 145 | should not form part of the commandment to ~fast.~Aquin.: SMT SS 113 2, 150 | Concerning ~virgins I have no commandment of the Lord: but I give 114 2, 151 | nature, nor morals, nor a ~commandment": and he refers to the act 115 2, 151 | His, made this order and commandment, ~lest unlawful pleasures 116 2, 160 | namely contempt of the ~commandment. For sin is committed, not 117 2, 160 | Accordingly ~he who breaks God's commandment is said to pride himself 118 2, 165 | gave to every one of them commandment ~concerning his neighbor." 119 2, 166 | be willing to disobey a commandment of God or of the Church ~ 120 2, 168 | 1:5), "the end of the ~commandment is charity," which is enjoined 121 2, 182 | from the ~very form of the commandment, pointing, as it does, to 122 2, 182 | is that "the end of the commandment is charity," according to 123 2, 182 | shall we know this if no ~commandment declares it to us?" And 124 2, 182 | variously, one does not break a commandment ~through not fulfilling 125 2, 187 | if he had ~fulfilled this commandment, 'Thou shalt love thy neighbor 126 2, 187 | perfect observance of ~this commandment. Hence Origen says (Tract. 127 2, 187 | impossible to fulfil the commandment which ~says, Thou shalt 128 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The commandment of honoring our parents 129 2, 187 | religion can fulfil the commandment of ~honoring their parents, 130 3, 25 | should be given against the commandment of God. Therefore ~Christ' 131 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This commandment does not forbid the making 132 3, 28 | virginity was contrary to the commandment of the ~Old Law. But before 133 3, 28 | Concerning virgins I ~have no commandment of the Lord; but I give 134 3, 37 | Abraham, who had received ~the commandment of circumcision as a sign 135 3, 37 | time both his name and the commandment of circumcision. For this ~ 136 3, 38 | the ~subject of a general commandment set down in Sacred Writ, 137 3, 40 | mightest not disobey the commandment; He ate with sinners, that ~ 138 3, 47 | it up again: (and) this commandment have I received of My ~Father" - 139 3, 47 | the Father hath given ~Me commandment, so do I: arise, let us 140 3, 66 | Gentiles, when He gave the commandment: "Going, teach ye all ~nations."~ 141 3, 66 | gave His ~disciples the commandment concerning Baptism as related 142 3, 70 | in accordance with the commandment of the Lord, ~Who said to 143 3, 70 | its strength through the ~commandment of circumcision. Therefore 144 3, 76 | But, ~according to the commandment (Ex. 12:10), concerning 145 3, 78 | Ex. 24:7,8, "when ~every" commandment of the law "had been read" 146 3, 80 | a sin against the Fifth Commandment is greater than a ~sin against 147 3, 80 | or ~Seventh or any other Commandment, he is not on that account 148 3, 80 | dream against the Sixth ~Commandment.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 149 3, 83 | in one place. As to the commandment to make ~the altar of earth, 150 Suppl, 6 | the ~fulfillment of the commandment of the Church that he present 151 Suppl, 6 | sin to omit doing what a commandment bids us to ~do. If therefore 152 Suppl, 6 | proclaimed at the same time ~the commandment about making confession 153 Suppl, 6 | precept, so that before the commandment was made, there was ~still 154 Suppl, 6 | obligatory in virtue of the commandment of the Church; so ~that 155 Suppl, 8 | that he may fulfill the commandment about receiving ~the sacrament 156 Suppl, 11| not be observed, if the commandment be changed to the ~contrary. 157 Suppl, 13| in ~the past, since the commandment did not exact from him the 158 Suppl, 23| mortal sin to act against a commandment of the ~Church. But the 159 Suppl, 23| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The commandment of the Church regards spiritual 160 Suppl, 23| worship one acts against the commandment, and commits ~a mortal sin; 161 Suppl, 23| matters, one acts beside ~the commandment, and sins venially.~Aquin.: 162 Suppl, 26| which he is bound by a ~commandment of the Church; whereas the 163 Suppl, 53| 1~OBJ 2: Further, God's commandment is no less binding than 164 Suppl, 53| no less binding than the ~commandment of the Church. Now the commandment 165 Suppl, 53| commandment of the Church. Now the commandment of the Church is so ~binding 166 Suppl, 53| Therefore, since it is a Divine commandment to ~keep a vow, it would 167 Suppl, 53| relations is ~annulled by the commandment forbidding such marriages, 168 Suppl, 53| precisely ~because it is a commandment of God or of the Church, 169 Suppl, 53| her kinsman: whereas the commandment forbidding marriage after ~ 170 Suppl, 54| heareth Me." Therefore a commandment of the Church has the ~same 171 Suppl, 54| has the ~same force as a commandment of God. Now the Church sometimes 172 Suppl, 54| this can be done now by a ~commandment of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 173 Suppl, 54| joined together against the commandment of the Church, which has ~ 174 Suppl, 54| same binding force as a commandment of God.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 175 Suppl, 54| Wherefore the Church's ~commandment does not cause certain people 176 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: A commandment does not affect the past 177 Suppl, 54| be ~made incestuous by a commandment of the Church. In like manner, 178 Suppl, 54| account of the Church's commandment by reason of the ~former 179 Suppl, 59| degrees ~forbidden by a commandment of the Church, they can 180 Suppl, 64| should not be forbidden by a ~commandment of the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 181 Suppl, 64| for having disobeyed the commandment of the Church. It is thus ~ 182 Suppl, 65| natural law, disobeys ~a commandment, for the law of nature has 183 Suppl, 65| it was not contrary to a commandment" to have several wives, ~" 184 Suppl, 65| binding force of an absolute commandment, ~except when they have 185 Suppl, 73| described as coming "with commandment" (1 Thess. ~4:15). In this 186 Suppl, 95| forbidden by the Divine commandment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 187 Suppl, 96| turn ~back from that holy commandment which was delivered to them."


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