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serpent 53
serpent-like 1
serpents 19
servant 163
servants 102
serve 123
served 33
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163 penitent
163 perhaps
163 sanctification
163 servant
162 experience
162 incorporeal
162 priesthood
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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servant

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | themselves, as "master" and "servant," "father," and "son," and ~ 2 1, 13 | Lord includes the idea of a servant and vice ~versa, these two 3 1, 13 | relative terms, "Lord" and "servant," are simultaneous ~by nature. 4 1, 20 | costly ~delicacy to a sick servant, that he does not give to 5 1, 21 | Thus the master owns the ~servant, and not conversely, for 6 1, 22 | a faithful and wise ~servant, whom his lord hath appointed 7 1, 23 | as ~a master through a servant. In this way God is helped 8 1, 28 | son, the master and ~the servant, and the like. Now as there 9 1, 43 | as the master sends the servant; or according to counsel, 10 1, 43 | as the master sends the servant; or according to counsel, 11 1, 113 | 16), Eliseus said to his servant: "Fear not, ~for there are 12 2, 2 | infinite, for it is the servant of disordered concupiscence, ~ 13 2, 14 | he would do through his ~servant.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 14 2, 20 | OBJ 3: Further, since a servant is an instrument, as it 15 2, 20 | were, of his ~master, the servant's action is his master's, 16 2, 20 | But it may happen that the servant's action ~result from his 17 2, 20 | from the ~evil will of the servant, and is therefore evil. 18 2, 20 | OBJ 3: The action of the servant, in so far as it proceeds 19 2, 20 | proceeds from ~the will of the servant, is not the master's action: 20 2, 20 | Wherefore the evil will of the ~servant does not make the action 21 2, 47 | fool; a master, if by a servant.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[47] A[ 22 2, 66 | science, is, in this way, the servant of wisdom; for it leads 23 2, 73 | tormented," and Lk. 12:47: "The servant who ~knew the will of his 24 2, 73 | said (Lk. 12:47) that ~the "servant who knew the will of his 25 2, 74 | from action, it become the servant or ~slave of the evil deed."~ 26 2, 77 | words of Lk. 12:47: "The servant who knew that the will of 27 2, 79 | first cause: thus if ~a servant do anything contrary to 28 2, 80 | sin is the slave [Douay: ~'servant'] of sin." Now "by whom 29 2, 98 | that thou shouldst be my servant to raise up the tribes ~ 30 2, 102 | the supplication of Thy ~servant and of Thy people Israel." 31 2, 104 | husband; of the master to his servant: and according to ~these 32 2, 105 | deliver to his master the servant that is fled to thee." ~ 33 2, 105 | former the right to sell his servant or maidservant. ~Therefore 34 2, 105 | sell his ~daughter to be a servant or handmaid (Ex. 21:7).~ 35 2, 105 | investigate the injury ~done by a servant to his master, or by a son 36 2, 105 | viz. those of master and servant, those of husband ~and wife, 37 2, 105 | understood as referring to a ~servant whom his master seeks to 38 2, 105 | penalty was ~forfeiture of the servant, who was ordered to be given 39 2, 105 | as regards a man's own ~servant: for instance if the servant 40 2, 105 | servant: for instance if the servant did not die at once after 41 2, 105 | if a man killed his own ~servant: because whatever the servant 42 2, 105 | servant: because whatever the servant had, even his very person, 43 2, 105 | sell his daughter to be a servant, ~she shall not go out as 44 2, 105 | respect of his father, or to a servant in respect of his master: 45 2, 112 | those of others spare Thy servant."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] 46 2, 10 | master cannot employ his servant, unless he ~communicate 47 2, 10 | since the master moves his ~servant by command. Now Christians 48 2, 10 | more probability that a servant who is ruled by ~his master' 49 2, 10 | communicating with such a servant, he should send him ~away, 50 2, 11 | says (2 Tim. 2:24,25): "The servant of the Lord must not wrangle . . . ~ 51 2, 18 | this again from that of servant to master. Now filial ~fear, 52 2, 18 | fear, which is that of the servant in comparison with his ~ 53 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: The relation of servant to master is based on the 54 2, 18 | master exercises over the servant; whereas, on the contrary, ~ 55 2, 22 | excellent of the two, even as a servant, by whom his master works, 56 2, 22 | instrumentally, as a master by his ~servant, but as by its proper form: 57 2, 30 | bounty; let him ~who is a servant to art be most solicitous 58 2, 36 | is right before me, as my servant Job ~hath." Therefore contention 59 2, 45 | prudent [Douay: 'wise'] servant whom his lord hath appointed ~ 60 2, 53 | ii, 17), "when we ~see a servant of God taking thought lest 61 2, 54 | Remember the law of Moses My servant, which I commanded him in 62 2, 55 | simply, ~between master and servant, but that which is called " 63 2, 58 | that judgest ~another man's servant. To his own lord he standeth 64 2, 58 | judge is appointed as God's servant; wherefore it is ~written ( 65 2, 58 | that judgest ~another man's servant?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 66 2, 60 | shameful thought of the lazy servant, who deemed that he had 67 2, 69 | bounty; let ~him who is a servant to art share his skill with 68 2, 69 | punishment inflicted on ~the servant who hid his talent (Mt. 69 2, 78 | 45, "A faithful and wise servant, ~whom his lord hath appointed 70 2, 79 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since servant implies relation to a lord, 71 2, 93 | and Eliezer, Abraham's servant, ~acted in like manner ( 72 2, 101 | denoting the reverence ~of a servant for his lord, for dulia 73 2, 101 | for the reason that a servant reveres his lord under one 74 2, 102 | matters ~relating to war, a servant his master in matters touching 75 2, 113 | men, ~I should not be the servant of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 76 2, 114 | and (2 ~Tim. 3:24): "The servant of the Lord must not wrangle." 77 2, 120 | One, whereby man is the servant of ~sin, according to Jn. 78 2, 120 | Whosoever committeth sin is the servant of ~sin," and in this sense 79 2, 120 | Moreover, everyone, be he servant ~or free, is bound to provide 80 2, 131 | pusillanimity. Hence it is that the servant who buried in the earth ~ 81 2, 131 | Further our Lord calls the servant wicked and slothful who 82 2, 148 | sometimes hath ~crept upon Thy servant."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[150] 83 2, 154 | according to Lk. 12:47, "That servant who knew ~the will of his 84 2, 158 | to 2 Tim. 2:24,25, "The servant of the Lord must not ~wrangle, 85 2, 161 | who refused to be, as a servant, ~bound by His command."~ 86 2, 161 | according to Lk. 12:47,48, "That servant who ~knew the will of his 87 2, 181 | him. That a man become the servant of justice or sin ~results 88 2, 183 | A faithful and a wise servant, whom his ~lord hath appointed 89 2, 183 | 48-51) that "if that evil servant shall say in his heart: 90 2, 183 | lust, "the lord of that ~servant shall come in a day that 91 2, 185 | 22:7): ~"The borrower is servant to him that lendeth." This 92 2, 185 | bearing ~the 'form of a servant,'" and further on: "A beggar 93 2, 186 | to obey, you ~must be a servant to your brethren, you must 94 3, 1 | the mind of the faithful servant, to account the benefits 95 3, 3 | i.e. the nature, ~"of a servant to His own Person." But 96 3, 5 | Himself, taking the form of a servant, that He might ~become a 97 3, 5 | that He might ~become a servant; yet did He not lose the 98 3, 5 | Is. 52:13): 'Behold my servant shall understand.'"~Aquin.: 99 3, 7 | written (Is. 42:1): "Behold my servant, I will ~uphold Him . . . " 100 3, 14 | Himself, taking the form of a servant, being made in ~the likeness 101 3, 15 | to ~live in the form of a servant, took these upon Himself 102 3, 16 | Himself, taking the form of a servant, being made in ~the likeness 103 3, 16 | reference to the form ~of a servant, wherein He is less than 104 3, 17 | of God took the form of a servant, ~both are God by reason 105 3, 17 | He took the form of a servant . . . being ~both in one; 106 3, 18 | command of his lord the servant is moved to act, the servant 107 3, 18 | servant is moved to act, the servant being like ~an animate instrument, 108 3, 20 | Christ's human nature) ~"a servant; for the words 'subservience' 109 3, 20 | account of the form of a servant, without any ~confusion." 110 3, 20 | Therefore in the form ~of a servant Christ is subject to the 111 3, 20 | have taken "the form of a servant." The third ~subjection 112 3, 20 | inasmuch as it belongs to a servant to be moved by ~the will 113 3, 20 | Christ being subject or servant to the Father in human nature.~ 114 3, 20 | received: "Christ is neither servant nor master of Himself. It 115 3, 20 | Christ, cannot be the ~servant or master of Himself." Now 116 3, 20 | Christ is said to be the servant of ~the Father inasmuch 117 3, 20 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, servant has reference to master. 118 3, 20 | cannot be said to be the servant of ~Himself, and consequently 119 3, 20 | be subject to himself or servant to himself or greater than 120 3, 20 | Trin. i, 7), the form of a servant was so ~taken by the Son 121 3, 20 | His human nature is the servant of God the Father, ~according 122 3, 20 | God." Now whoever is the servant of the Father is the ~servant 123 3, 20 | servant of the Father is the ~servant of the Son; otherwise not 124 3, 20 | Therefore Christ is His own servant and is ~subject to Himself.~ 125 3, 20 | ad 2), to be master or servant ~is attributed to a person 126 3, 20 | Christ is the master or servant of Himself, or that the ~ 127 3, 20 | whereas to be subject or servant or less is to be attributed ~ 128 3, 20 | that the master and the ~servant should be distinct; yet 129 3, 21 | Our Lord in the form of a servant could have ~prayed in silence, 130 3, 23 | Further, Christ, as man, is a servant. But it is of greater ~dignity 131 3, 23 | adopted son than to be a servant. Therefore much more is ~ 132 3, 38 | Remember the law of Moses My ~servant." Therefore neither should 133 3, 38 | as it is the duty of the ~servant and of the under-craftsman 134 3, 39 | Himself, taking the form of ~a servant" (Phil. 2:7). But the Holy 135 3, 42 | that thou shouldst be My servant to raise up the tribes of ~ 136 3, 46 | Is. 52:13): "Behold My servant shall ~understand, He shall 137 3, 46 | upon Himself ~the form of a servant chose Bethlehem for His 138 3, 48 | Whosoever committeth ~sin is the servant of sin"; and (2 Pt. 2:19): " 139 3, 48 | he did not become God's servant on ~account of his guilt, 140 3, 55 | Him not in the form of a ~servant, but in that form wherein 141 3, 57 | God He took the form of a servant." For just as He is said 142 3, 59 | that judgest another ~man's servant?" But, it belongs to the 143 3, 59 | follows that the form of a servant should be shown in the judgment 144 3, 60 | the following form: "The ~servant of God, N . . . is baptized 145 3, 64 | is. It is just as if the servant [minister] of some man were 146 3, 66 | they use the form: "May the servant of ~Christ, N . . ., be 147 3, 67 | For they ~might say: "The servant of God, N . . ., is baptized 148 3, 71 | Whosoever committeth sin is the servant ~of sin." But sin is taken 149 3, 82 | is a faithful and wise servant?" and afterwards He adds: ~" 150 3, 82 | adds: ~"But if that evil servant shall say in his heart," 151 3, 82 | a bad intention of the servant; and good from the good 152 3, 82 | bishop arrived, God's devoted servant ~rebuked him, as was right 153 3, 85 | subject to the other, as a servant under ~his master, a son 154 3, 85 | purpose of amendment, as a servant to his master, ~according 155 3, 88 | ceases, in the example of the servant from whom ~his master exacted 156 3, 88 | God delivered the wicked servant to the ~torturers, until 157 Suppl, 2 | those of others spare thy servant." Therefore a man ought 158 Suppl, 18| animate instrument, such ~as a servant is, according to the Philosopher ( 159 Suppl, 24| 4) if the striker be a servant, ~whose master is not at 160 Suppl, 36| Lord describes the faithful servant whom He has set ~"over His 161 Suppl, 55| movable, or between master and servant; and some of them result 162 Suppl, 71| agent: for instance if a servant being in sin do any work 163 Suppl, 87| that judgest another ~man's servant?" Hence it is becoming that


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