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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strength

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | of the Lord hath wrought strength" (Ps. 117:16). Therefore 2 1, 3 | Trin. vii): "God, Who is strength, is not made ~up of things 3 1, 13 | only that God ~manifests strength in His works, as a lion 4 1, 13 | instance by courage, or ~strength, and those who thus participate 5 1, 13 | properties ~of Achilles, such as strength. On the other hand, forms 6 1, 14 | With Him is ~wisdom and strength, He hath counsel and understanding" ( 7 1, 33 | s nature, as courage, or strength, ~or the like; and of whom 8 1, 39 | this ~seem fitting; for "strength" is part of power, whereas 9 1, 39 | is part of power, whereas strength is found ~to be appropriated 10 1, 39 | to the text, "Christ the ~strength [*Douay: power] of God" ( 11 1, 39 | according to the words, "strength ~[*Douay: virtue] came out 12 1, 39 | beating on the wall." "Strength" is appropriated to the 13 1, 39 | done by an agent is its strength.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 14 1, 48 | swiftness of the roe, or the strength of a lion. But the ~absence 15 1, 49 | perfect the fire is in strength, so much the more perfectly 16 1, 52 | mover, because no one man's strength is sufficient for ~moving 17 1, 75 | body; so that ~excessive strength of the sensible corrupts 18 1, 39 | this ~seem fitting; for "strength" is part of power, whereas 19 1, 39 | is part of power, whereas strength is found ~to be appropriated 20 1, 39 | to the text, "Christ the ~strength [*Douay: power] of God" ( 21 1, 39 | according to the words, "strength ~[*Douay: virtue] came out 22 1, 39 | beating on the wall." "Strength" is appropriated to the 23 1, 39 | done by an agent is its strength.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 24 1, 49 | swiftness of the roe, or the strength of a lion. But the ~absence 25 1, 50 | perfect the fire is in strength, so much the more perfectly 26 1, 53 | mover, because no one man's strength is sufficient for ~moving 27 1, 74 | body; so that ~excessive strength of the sensible corrupts 28 1, 91 | woman is naturally of less strength and dignity than ~man; " 29 1, 96 | more water is added, the strength of ~the wine is diminished, 30 1, 98 | would have had perfect ~strength of body as to the use of 31 1, 98 | would have ~had perfect strength of the body, as to the use 32 1, 98 | at birth have sufficient strength to use ~their members. But 33 1, 98 | it natural to man to have strength to use his members at birth; 34 1, 98 | sin that he has not that strength.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 35 1, 98 | if children had not full strength in the use of their ~limbs, 36 1, 98 | should not have sufficient ~strength for the use of their limbs 37 1, 98 | not have had sufficient ~strength for the use of their limbs 38 1, 98 | that a small ~amount of strength suffices them.~Aquin.: SMT 39 1, 107 | a certain excellence of strength; and ~thus it is the proper 40 1, 107 | certain virile ~and immovable strength"; first, in regard of those 41 1, 107 | and this seems to imply strength of mind.~Aquin.: SMT FP 42 1, 107 | material seats is displayed strength, forasmuch as a person sits 43 1, 107 | name expressed a certain strength, giving ~efficacy to the 44 1, 112 | works, which are sources of strength or weakness to others. But 45 2, 2 | longevity, by the lion in strength, by the stag in fleetness. ~ 46 2, 7 | orator adds authority and strength to his argument." But ~oratorical 47 2, 7 | OBJ 1: The orator gives strength to his argument, in the 48 2, 7 | pointedly that the orator "adds strength ~to his argument," as though 49 2, 17 | reason, in proportion to the strength or ~weakness of the imaginative 50 2, 37 | on the ~other hand, the strength of the evil be such as to 51 2, 40 | man's power; e.g. riches, strength, ~and, among others, experience: 52 2, 43 | Further, contests arise from strength not from defect. But "those ~ 53 2, 43 | contrary causes. But "wealth, ~strength, a multitude of friends, 54 2, 43 | to the second, power and strength are, of themselves, the 55 2, 45 | our own power, as bodily ~strength, experience of dangers, 56 2, 48 | spends itself proves the ~strength of its fervor: for as a 57 2, 51 | of ~health, but give new strength to the health he had before.~ 58 2, 54 | in respect of nature ~is strength or weakness; whereas, if 59 2, 55 | In English we should say 'strength,' which is the ~original 60 2, 55 | horse-power, to indicate its 'strength'] is put at a ~hundredweight, 61 2, 55 | 56: "The virtue [Douay: ~'strength'] of sin is the Law." Therefore 62 2, 65 | moderation to temperance, and strength of ~mind to fortitude, in 63 2, 65 | connection is evident: for strength of ~mind is not commended 64 2, 66 | justice there is the ~greatest strength [virtus]." Therefore it 65 2, 68 | Counsel is worthless, when the strength of ~fortitude is lacking 66 2, 73 | justice there is the greatest strength." Now, as ~Our Lord says ( 67 2, 77 | movements is ~evidence of strength rather than of weakness. 68 2, 85 | as it weakens the soul's strength and clogs the ~reason. Bede, 69 2, 88 | a man is ignorant of the strength of the wine, or of his own ~ 70 2, 102 | the calf, to denote the strength of the cross; in the lamb, 71 2, 105 | useful animal and full of strength, ~especially before it has 72 2, 109 | nature man needs a gratuitous strength ~superadded to natural strength 73 2, 109 | strength ~superadded to natural strength for one reason, viz. in 74 2, 109 | exceeding the ~proportion of its strength. Now to love God above all 75 2, 114 | eternal ~life, not by its own strength, but by the help of grace; 76 2, 114 | according to Ps. ~70:9: "When my strength shall fail, do not Thou 77 2, 10 | increased much ~more in strength, and confounded the Jews," 78 2, 19 | the day of ~distress, thy strength shall be diminished," says: " 79 2, 42 | soul, and with thy ~whole strength"?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 80 2, 42 | soul, and with thy whole strength" (Dt. 6:5). For heart does 81 2, 42 | OBJ 2: Further, a man's strength whether spiritual or corporal 82 2, 42 | unnecessary to add, "with all thy ~strength."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 83 2, 42 | soul," and "with ~thy whole strength." In Mt. 22 we find two 84 2, 42 | while "with thy whole ~strength" is omitted, but "with thy 85 2, 42 | which is the same ~as "strength." Moreover, these four are 86 2, 42 | 10, where in ~place of "strength" or "force" we read "with 87 2, 42 | renders "with thy whole strength."]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] 88 2, 42 | executive power signified by "strength," ~"force" or "might." Accordingly 89 2, 42 | love God with our whole "strength," "force" or ~"might."~Aquin.: 90 2, 56 | pleasures, fortitude is strength of ~mind in bearing with 91 2, 64 | think more of external ~strength which is evidenced in robbery, 92 2, 80 | because he leans on His ~strength.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 93 2, 88 | whom he can compel on the strength of the oath they ~have taken.~ 94 2, 93 | combatants be very unequal in ~strength or skill.~ 95 2, 104 | and innocence to his own ~strength; that so he should love 96 2, 110 | his boasting, and that the strength thereof is not according 97 2, 121 | s grace, which ~has more strength to raise the soul to the 98 2, 122 | find words to proclaim the strength of your courage?" Now a ~ 99 2, 122 | with souls unmoved, and ~strength divine." Wherefore it is 100 2, 126 | and these are, "courage, strength of will, ~magnanimity, manliness, 101 2, 126 | Macrobius, "magnanimity." "Strength of will" is ~the same as 102 2, 126 | forbearance, for he says that "strength of will ~is a habit that 103 2, 126 | assurance, for he defines it as "strength of soul ~in the accomplishment 104 2, 127 | confidence ~denotes a certain strength of hope arising from some 105 2, 127 | confidence denotes a certain strength of hope, wherefore it ~is 106 2, 127 | just as confidence denotes strength of hope. Now, as hope directly ~ 107 2, 130 | strong man glory in his strength, and let not the ~rich man 108 2, 134 | De Patientia iv), "the strength of ~desire helps a man to 109 2, 140 | concupiscence, if indulged, gathers strength: wherefore Augustine says ~( 110 2, 140 | just as it is a greater strength that does not succumb to 111 2, 144 | by abstaining a man gains strength for overcoming the onslaughts 112 2, 147 | there is not sufficient ~strength of mind to resist concupiscence. 113 2, 148 | excused if he knows not the ~strength of the wine, so too is he 114 2, 148 | many times experienced the strength ~of wine and his own liability 115 2, 149 | in the greatest need of strength of mind.~Aquin.: SMT SS 116 2, 149 | concupiscence and weakens the ~strength of the mind. Hence Augustine 117 2, 153 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The strength or weakness of concupiscence 118 2, 153 | diminishes merit, whereas strength of ~concupiscence increases 119 2, 153 | other hand, weakness or strength of ~concupiscence arises 120 2, 153 | vehemence of charity, or the strength of reason, as in the case 121 2, 153 | increases merit, whereas strength of concupiscence diminishes 122 2, 154 | the ~passions gain such strength as to take away the use 123 2, 155 | fortitude in a ~certain "strength of mind," those of temperance 124 2, 156 | pre-eminence on account ~of the strength and quickness of its movement, 125 2, 158 | tempering on account of their strength, ~thus we temper strong 126 2, 159 | justice wins not by its own strength, but by that of humility: ~ 127 2, 170 | that "sometimes the mere strength of the soul is ~sufficiently 128 2, 184 | poverty, but ~it gathers strength in those who have wealth, 129 2, 186 | that trust in their own strength, and glory in the multitude 130 2, 187 | considered in relation to the strength ~of the person who intends 131 2, 187 | Lord ~shall renew their strength, they shall take wings as 132 3, 1 | Weakness is assumed by strength, lowliness by majesty, mortality ~ 133 3, 1 | he might know his natural strength; and when he failed in it, 134 3, 1 | nature, the disease gained strength; so that having recognized 135 3, 1 | race, "on account of the strength and fervor of faith, which ~ 136 3, 7 | can ~never equal the sun's strength, so the grace of a man, 137 3, 9 | cannot reach it of its ~own strength; but in another way it is 138 3, 13 | water in the perfection and strength it had in fire. ~Therefore, 139 3, 13 | Christ in the perfection and strength they had in the Divine Nature. 140 3, 13 | Christ had most ~perfect strength as regards both the imagination 141 3, 14 | Arise, arise, put ~on Thy strength, O Thou Arm of the Lord." 142 3, 14 | man's weakness ~healed, by strength than by weakness. Therefore 143 3, 14 | Fathers did not ~desire bodily strength in Christ, but spiritual 144 3, 14 | in Christ, but spiritual strength, wherewith He ~vanquished 145 3, 15 | spirit is shown, if by its strength the flesh is ~thoroughly 146 3, 15 | Father and his mother, the strength of Damascus . . . shall 147 3, 15 | mother" (i.e. Mary), "the strength of Damascus . . . ~shall 148 3, 15 | knowledge) - literally, "the strength of Damascus ~and the spoils 149 3, 15 | flesh, He ~received the strength of Damascus, i.e. the riches 150 3, 15 | form of ~our body by the strength of His power." But as regards 151 3, 29 | These two reasons add strength to our faith.~Aquin.: SMT 152 3, 39 | Christ, who ~is the Rock of strength. Lastly, the dove has a 153 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, strength of soul mitigates pain, 154 3, 46 | Christ had most perfect strength of soul. Therefore it seems 155 3, 47 | His life, He preserved the strength of His ~bodily nature, so 156 3, 57 | in the greatness of his strength." Also Gregory says in a ~ 157 3, 59 | a judge unless thou have strength enough to extirpate ~iniquities." 158 3, 64 | anything is he who gives it strength ~and power: as in the case 159 3, 65 | brought to perfect size and strength: and ~corresponding to this 160 3, 65 | nourishment, whereby life and strength are preserved to man; and ~ 161 3, 70 | has lost nothing of its strength through the ~commandment 162 3, 72 | given for the spiritual strength which belongs to the perfect 163 3, 72 | Holy Ghost is given for strength in the spiritual combat. ~ 164 3, 72 | conferring ~fulness of spiritual strength which cause is the Blessed 165 3, 72 | second is the spiritual strength itself bestowed on man unto 166 3, 72 | man can receive spiritual strength to confess the Faith of 167 3, 72 | Confirmation, which is spiritual strength, presupposes the ~effect 168 3, 72 | given to the baptized for strength: just as He was given to 169 3, 72 | children, by reason of the strength of the Holy Ghost which ~ 170 3, 72 | sacrament is given for spiritual strength, as ~stated above (AA[1], 171 3, 72 | AA[1],2,4). But spiritual strength is situated principally ~ 172 3, 72 | receives ~the Holy Ghost for strength in the spiritual combat, 173 3, 72 | sacrament is given for spiritual strength, which ~has more vigor in 174 3, 72 | sacrament is given to ~man for strength in the spiritual combat. 175 3, 79 | drank, and walked in the strength of that food forty days 176 3, 79 | forgiveness of our sins; or that strength be ~bestowed on us to avoid 177 3, 84 | men ~at various times, and strength to many infirm, thereby 178 3, 89 | is not on account of the strength of sinful deeds that ~deeds, 179 Suppl, 15| strengthened, our body's strength is weakened"; hence ~we 180 Suppl, 29| sacrament is deprived of his strength, so that he needs ~to be 181 Suppl, 30| sacrament. Since, however, this strength is given by ~grace, which 182 Suppl, 32| in so far as they gather strength, so to speak, from ~actual 183 Suppl, 32| according to Job 40:11: "His strength is in ~his loins, and his 184 Suppl, 47| simply," as when by bodily strength one forces a ~person to 185 Suppl, 64| when the disease ~gains strength. Now concupiscence may possibly 186 Suppl, 64| concupiscence may possibly gain strength on a feast ~day. Therefore 187 Suppl, 77| which always weakens ~the strength of the wine, so that in 188 Suppl, 78| in the end, through the strength of the species being ~weakened 189 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The strength of the species is said to 190 Suppl, 78| the male sex but to the strength of soul which ~will be in 191 Suppl, 78| regards both vigor of soul and strength of body. After the ~resurrection, 192 Suppl, 87| judge, unless thou have ~strength enough to extirpate iniquities." 193 Suppl, 93| owing to the exceeding strength of her virtue, her flesh 194 Suppl, 95| in need and to him ~whose strength faileth; who is in a decrepit


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