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157 begetting
157 cross
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156 face
156 fulfil
156 left
155 boethius
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 12 | Jacob said: "I have seen God face to face" (Gn. 32:30). But 2 1, 12 | I have seen God face to face" (Gn. 32:30). But to see 3 1, 12 | 32:30). But to see Him ~face to face is to see His essence, 4 1, 12 | But to see Him ~face to face is to see His essence, as 5 1, 12 | a dark manner, but then face to face" (1 Cor. ~13:12).~ 6 1, 12 | manner, but then face to face" (1 Cor. ~13:12).~Aquin.: 7 1, 12 | Jacob says, "I have seen God face to face," ~this does not 8 1, 12 | I have seen God face to face," ~this does not mean the 9 1, 16 | says: "As from one man's face many likenesses are reflected 10 1, 19 | deluge He ~destroyed from the face of the earth man whom He 11 1, 29 | they were placed on ~the face and covered the features 12 1, 56 | a dark manner; but then face to face." From this it appears 13 1, 56 | manner; but then face to face." From this it appears that ~ 14 1, 56 | which He is said to be seen face to face; the other ~whereby 15 1, 56 | said to be seen face to face; the other ~whereby He is 16 1, 66 | darkness was upon the face of the deep," since the 17 1, 66 | Darkness ~was upon the face of the deep." The remaining 18 1, 67 | that "darkness was upon the face of ~the deep." Now it seems 19 1, 68 | Darkness was upon ~the face of the deep," the word " 20 1, 68 | Darkness ~was upon the face of the deep," the existence 21 1, 68 | these words that over ~the face of the water a transparent 22 1, 75 | that "He breathed into his face the breath of ~life." And 23 1, 57 | a dark manner; but then face to face." From this it appears 24 1, 57 | manner; but then face to face." From this it appears that ~ 25 1, 57 | which He is said to be seen face to face; the other ~whereby 26 1, 57 | said to be seen face to face; the other ~whereby He is 27 1, 67 | darkness was upon the face of the deep," since the 28 1, 67 | Darkness ~was upon the face of the deep." The remaining 29 1, 68 | that "darkness was upon the face of ~the deep." Now it seems 30 1, 69 | Darkness was upon ~the face of the deep," the word " 31 1, 69 | Darkness ~was upon the face of the deep," the existence 32 1, 69 | these words that over ~the face of the water a transparent 33 1, 74 | that "He breathed into his face the breath of ~life." And 34 1, 89 | earth, and breathed into his face the breath of life, and 35 1, 89 | Himself "breathed into ~the face of man the breath of life."~ 36 1, 90 | situated chiefly in the face, ~other animals have the 37 1, 90 | other animals have the face turned to the ground, as 38 1, 90 | livelihood; whereas man has his ~face erect, in order that by 39 1, 90 | He ~breathed into his face the breath of life."~Aquin.: 40 1, 90 | and He breathed into his face the breath of life," ~should 41 1, 90 | words, "He breathed into his face the ~breath of life," are 42 1, 90 | more clearly seen in man's face, ~on account of the senses 43 1, 90 | was breathed into man's face.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 44 1, 111 | always assist and see the ~face of the Father." Yet not 45 2, 45 | the movement of daring to face ~the danger; so that when 46 2, 45 | Consequently men of fortitude who face danger according to the 47 2, 45 | seem slack, because they face the danger not from ~passion 48 2, 45 | it may be because they face the danger on account ~of 49 2, 45 | prove: whereas men of daring face the danger on ~account of 50 2, 48 | heart, such as the ~eyes, face and tongue; wherefore, as 51 2, 98 | The Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a man is wont 52 2, 98 | Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a man is wont to speak 53 2, 98 | the Lord spoke to Moses face to face"; and shortly ~afterwards 54 2, 98 | Lord spoke to Moses face to face"; and shortly ~afterwards 55 2, 98 | states that "He spoke to him face to face," ~this is to be 56 2, 98 | He spoke to him face to face," ~this is to be understood 57 2, 98 | may say that this vision "face to face" means some ~kind 58 2, 98 | that this vision "face to face" means some ~kind of sublime 59 2, 105 | foot, and" did "spit in his face" (Dt. 25:9). It prescribed 60 2, 106 | a dark manner; but then face to face."~Aquin.: SMT FS 61 2, 106 | manner; but then face to face."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] 62 2, 110 | 15: "That he may make the face cheerful with ~oil"; the 63 2, 114 | our ~prayers before Thy face, but for the multitude of 64 2, 1 | a dark manner; but then face to face. Now ~I know in 65 2, 1 | manner; but then face to face. Now ~I know in part; but 66 2, 1 | a dark manner; but then face ~to face": which vision 67 2, 1 | manner; but then face ~to face": which vision the angels 68 2, 2 | object ~of fortitude, to face the dangers of death, and 69 2, 4 | a dark manner; but then face ~to face." Now vision is 70 2, 4 | manner; but then face ~to face." Now vision is in the intellect. 71 2, 22 | and they ~shall see His face" (Apoc. 22:3,4). Therefore 72 2, 24 | thee and set before thy face."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 73 2, 31 | I withstood him to the face," ~adds: "as an equal." 74 2, 33 | Flee from sins as from the face of a serpent." Now Cassian 75 2, 60 | Flee from sin as from the ~face of a serpent." Consequently 76 2, 64 | that goeth forth over the face of the earth; for every ~ 77 2, 71 | speaks against a man to his face. Wherefore if a man ~speaks 78 2, 72 | disparagingly not to the ~face but into the ear." But to 79 2, 81 | in Ps. 79:4, "Show us Thy face, and we shall be saved," 80 2, 81 | hath said to ~Thee: 'My face hath sought Thee,'" and 81 2, 93 | Jonas, when fleeing from the face of the Lord, was ~discovered 82 2, 109 | stage with a disguised ~face, by changing the color of 83 2, 112 | should not show a ~cheerful face to those who are given to 84 2, 120 | Elias when he fled from the face of Jezabel on the Sabbath. 85 2, 121 | undeterred ~by toil, brave in face of dangers, steeled against 86 2, 121 | denoting ~firmness of mind in face of assaults of all kinds. 87 2, 121 | belongs to ~fortitude to face dangers and to bear toil. 88 2, 121 | to the good of reason in face of the ~greatest evils: 89 2, 121 | brave man behaves well in face of danger of any other kind ~ 90 2, 121 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Martyrs face the fight that is waged 91 2, 121 | wild beasts ~are incited to face danger through sorrow or 92 2, 126 | makes a man behave aright in face of danger. ~But magnificence 93 2, 126 | fortitude practices in face of the greatest hardships, 94 2, 142 | shame hath covered my face." Therefore shamefacedness 95 2, 156 | uglier than a ruthless* face, and most ~of all than a 96 2, 156 | nothing uglier.' And if his ~'face is ugly, how much uglier 97 2, 156 | tongue entangles itself, the face is inflamed, the eyes are 98 2, 162 | bread in the ~sweat of his face." Therefore these are not 99 2, 169 | Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face, in all the signs ~ 100 2, 169 | whom the Lord knew face to face, in all the signs ~and wonders."~ 101 2, 171 | boiling caldron . . . from the face of ~the north" (Jer. 1:13) - 102 2, 172 | the Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a ~man is wont 103 2, 172 | Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a ~man is wont to speak 104 2, 172 | Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face: in all the signs 105 2, 172 | whom the Lord knew face to face: in all the signs and ~wonders, 106 2, 174 | they shall fill the face of the world with seed." 107 2, 178 | cares and longs to see the ~face of its Creator."~Aquin.: 108 2, 178 | and longs to gaze on the face of its Creator." ~Now no 109 2, 178 | glory of the Lord with open face, are transformed into ~the 110 2, 178 | when we shall see God ~face to face, wherefore it will 111 2, 178 | we shall see God ~face to face, wherefore it will make 112 2, 178 | Jacob said: "I have seen God face to face, and my soul has 113 2, 178 | I have seen God face to face, and my soul has been ~saved." 114 2, 178 | Now the vision of God's face is the vision of the Divine 115 2, 178 | words of Jacob, "I saw God face to face" do not ~imply that 116 2, 178 | Jacob, "I saw God face to face" do not ~imply that he saw 117 2, 178 | since we know a man by his face, by the face of God he signified 118 2, 178 | man by his face, by the face of God he signified his ~ 119 2, 178 | 32:30), "'I have seen God face to ~face' . . . he halted 120 2, 178 | I have seen God face to ~face' . . . he halted on his 121 2, 179 | lower order, "always see the face of the ~Father"; and so, 122 2, 182 | keep oneself innocent in face ~of a greater peril is proof 123 2, 185 | 19): "In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread," and 124 2, 185 | anoint thy head and wash thy face." Augustine ~commenting 125 2, 186 | two and two before His face into every city and place 126 2, 187 | side ~whither I had set my face, and whither I trembled 127 3, 28 | speaking with God, his face was so bright "that the 128 3, 28 | Joseph, by looking on her face, not by lustful contact.~ 129 3, 40 | false accusation in ~His face, saying (Jn. 9:16): "This 130 3, 45 | transfiguration ~when he says: 'His face did shine as the sun, and 131 3, 45 | as snow.' Brightness of face and whiteness of garments 132 3, 45 | hearing, fell ~upon their face, and were very much afraid." 133 3, 46 | fastening of the nails; on His face from the blows and ~spittle; 134 3, 55 | the ~mountain, so that His face shone like the sun. But 135 3, 72 | in ~public, even in the face of the enemies of the Christian 136 3, 72 | Faith of Christ even in face of the enemies of that Faith. ~ 137 3, 84 | 118:58, "I entreated Thy face," ~etc., that "facility 138 Suppl, 28| because he would not have the face to correct ~others, by reason 139 Suppl, 40| handkerchief for wiping the face; for they are the first 140 Suppl, 47| death, since the brave face even mortal dangers. Therefore 141 Suppl, 56| that it can without danger face ~the outer world which has 142 Suppl, 71| heavy load might bathe his face in water, for thus he would 143 Suppl, 72| in heaven ~always see the face of My Father." Yet the angels 144 Suppl, 75| fire that will cleanse the face of the earth will be ~able 145 Suppl, 85| know how to discern the face of ~the heaven and of the 146 Suppl, 89| heaven God will be seen face to face, according to 1 ~ 147 Suppl, 89| God will be seen face to face, according to 1 ~Cor. 13: 148 Suppl, 89| 12. Now when we see a man face to face, we see him through 149 Suppl, 89| when we see a man face to face, we see him through his ~ 150 Suppl, 89| a dark manner, but then face to face." Now that which 151 Suppl, 89| manner, but then face to face." Now that which is seen ~ 152 Suppl, 89| Now that which is seen ~face to face is seen in its essence. 153 Suppl, 89| that which is seen ~face to face is seen in its essence. 154 Suppl, 89| glory"; Ps. 79:20, "Show Thy face and we shall ~be saved"; 155 Suppl, 89| immediately, is called "vision of face." Moreover the ~likeness 156 Suppl, 93| confess his ~faith in the face of a persecutor: yet in


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