Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
spirit 792
spirit-like 1
spirited 1
spirits 148
spiritu 14
spiritual 2055
spiritualities 5
Frequency    [«  »]
148 pure
148 rendered
148 sovereign
148 spirits
148 suffice
147 began
147 city
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

spirits

    Part, Question
1 1, 20 | other "is the weigher of spirits" (Prov. 16:2).~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 50 | Who makes His angels spirits."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 3 1, 53 | all . . . ?'] ministering spirits, sent to minister for ~them 4 1, 57 | They are all ministering spirits." Now, if they ~had no knowledge 5 1, 57 | they not all.'] ministering spirits, ~sent to minister for them 6 1, 58 | that is, from the evil spirits. The good angels, while 7 1, 62 | all . . . ?'] ministering spirits, sent to ~minister for them 8 1, 63 | was greater in the higher spirits. Hence Gregory says that 9 1, 63 | aid ~us, and the wicked spirits who are our foes.~Aquin.: 10 1, 64 | about through the wicked spirits, lest they should cease 11 1, 77 | xi) says that "heavenly spirits ~are divided into essence, 12 1, 51 | Who makes His angels spirits."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 13 1, 54 | all . . . ?'] ministering spirits, sent to minister for ~them 14 1, 58 | They are all ministering spirits." Now, if they ~had no knowledge 15 1, 58 | they not all.'] ministering spirits, ~sent to minister for them 16 1, 59 | that is, from the evil spirits. The good angels, while 17 1, 63 | all . . . ?'] ministering spirits, sent to ~minister for them 18 1, 64 | was greater in the higher spirits. Hence Gregory says that 19 1, 64 | aid ~us, and the wicked spirits who are our foes.~Aquin.: 20 1, 65 | about through the wicked spirits, lest they should cease 21 1, 76 | xi) says that "heavenly spirits ~are divided into essence, 22 1, 89 | Therefore also ~the inferior spirits, who are the rational souls, 23 1, 89 | by means ~of the superior spirits, the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 24 1, 93 | the company of the angelic spirits."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[94] A[ 25 1, 102 | third providence to certain spirits who are guardians on earth ~ 26 1, 107 | grades, and grades among ~spirits are constituted by different 27 1, 107 | a ~multitude of heavenly spirits, who are likened to each 28 1, 107 | named. For all the heavenly spirits are called angels and heavenly ~ 29 1, 107 | one order ~of the heavenly spirits is not properly called " 30 1, 107 | principalities preside over the good ~spirits themselves."~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 107 | messenger." So all the heavenly spirits, so ~far as they make known 32 1, 107 | sense all the ~heavenly spirits are called heavenly virtues, 33 1, 107 | common to all the heavenly spirits together, ~they are all 34 1, 107 | who rule even over good spirits; then the "Powers," who ~ 35 1, 107 | Powers," who ~coerce the evil spirits; even as evil-doers are 36 1, 107 | their "presiding over good spirits," which also agrees with 37 1, 107 | efficacy to the inferior spirits in the execution of the 38 1, 107 | they ~are all ministering spirits, sent to minister to them 39 1, 109 | xxxiv in Evang.): "Those spirits are called virtues by whom 40 1, 110 | Who maketh His angels spirits and His ministers a flame ~ 41 1, 110 | local movement of animal spirits and humors. Hence Aristotle 42 1, 110 | preserved in the ~animal spirits, "and move the sensitive 43 1, 110 | Indeed, the commotion of the spirits ~and humors may be so great 44 1, 110 | by local ~movement of the spirits and humors, as above explained.~ 45 1, 110 | senses are changed when the spirits and humors are ~disturbed; 46 1, 110 | Likewise he can move the spirits and ~humors from within, 47 1, 110 | interior movement of the spirits and humors an angel ~can 48 1, 111 | 14): "All are ministering spirits, sent to minister" ~[Vulg. ' 49 1, 112 | the "Powers," and the good spirits by the "Principalities," 50 1, 113 | this darkness, against the spirits of wickedness in the high 51 1, 113 | Who is the "weigher of ~spirits" (Prov. 16:2). It is this 52 1, 115 | Providence is served by certain spirits; ~whether by the soul, or 53 1, 116 | imagination the (corporeal) spirits ~of the body united to that 54 1, 116 | changed, which change in the spirits ~takes place especially 55 1, 116 | to which the more subtle spirits can ~reach. And the eyes 56 2, 9 | be the work of the ~lying spirits."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[ 57 2, 25 | certain raising ~of the spirits to the realization of the 58 2, 25 | detestation a certain lowness of spirits, on ~account of difficulty 59 2, 40 | drink - viz. heat ~and high spirits, on account of wine, and 60 2, 44 | place, the heat and vital spirits are withdrawn ~inwardly. 61 2, 44 | accumulation of heat and vital spirits in the interior ~parts of 62 2, 44 | of contraction, the vital spirits and ~heat are accumulated 63 2, 44 | contraction ~of heat and vital spirits towards the inner parts 64 2, 44 | those who fear, the vital spirits recede from outer to the 65 2, 44 | yet the movement of vital spirits is not the same in those 66 2, 44 | and subtlety of the vital spirits, which result from the ~ 67 2, 44 | direction: ~wherefore the vital spirits and heat concentrate around 68 2, 44 | caused by cold, the ~vital spirits have a downward movement; 69 2, 44 | Consequently the heat and vital spirits abandon ~the heart instead 70 2, 44 | animals, is heat and vital spirits: wherefore when they are ~ 71 2, 44 | stores up the heat and vital spirits within them, ~in order to 72 2, 44 | xxvii, 9) when the vital spirits and heat ~are concentrated 73 2, 44 | internal ~heat and vital spirits move from the heart downwards, 74 2, 44 | the emission of the ~vital spirits in an upward direction through 75 2, 44 | is ~free to set the vital spirits and heat in movement, so 76 2, 48 | of the blood and ~vital spirits around the heart, which 77 2, 68 | taketh with him seven other spirits," etc., says (De Quaest. 78 2, 68 | abundantly in those ~celestial spirits, a seething torrent of sevenfold 79 2, 80 | local movement of the vital spirits or ~humors can be procured 80 2, 80 | the heart and the vital spirits: ~wherefore the devil can 81 2, 98 | angels are the "ministering spirits," as ~stated in Heb. 1:14. 82 2, 100 | that consulteth pythonic ~spirits, or fortune-tellers, or 83 2, 102 | the multitude of heavenly spirits, and to prevent their receiving ~ 84 2, 105 | the Lord the God of the spirits of all the flesh provide 85 2, 111 | another, the discerning of spirits; to ~another divers kinds 86 2, 111 | there is the "discerning of spirits." ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] 87 2, 24 | question as to whether the spirits called demons ought to be ~ 88 2, 24 | is ~referred, for those spirits whom God has condemned eternally, 89 2, 24 | much as we desire ~those spirits to endure, as to their natural 90 2, 93 | that consulteth pythonic spirits, or ~fortune tellers": and 91 2, 93 | that consulteth pythonic spirits."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 92 2, 93 | action of unclean and lying spirits who desire to deceive man 93 2, 94 | animals by meat, but as ~spirits by signs, such as are to 94 2, 120 | more'] obey the Father of spirits and live?" Now the precept 95 2, 145 | and the increase in vital spirits are of short duration, whereas ~ 96 2, 169 | pertains to the "discernment of spirits." Moreover it ~extends to 97 2, 169 | from the discernment of spirits, which is about created 98 2, 169 | which is about created spirits; and from ~knowledge, which 99 2, 169 | Thus by ~the ministry of spirits a prophetic revelation concerning 100 2, 170 | revelation of the good ~spirits, as Augustine declares ( 101 2, 171 | written (1 Cor. 14:32): "The spirits of ~the prophets are subject 102 2, 173 | the knowledge of heavenly spirits, the third the knowledge 103 2, 187 | more obey the Father of ~spirits that we may live [*'Shall 104 2, 187 | more obey the Father of ~Spirits, and live?']," as says the 105 2, 187 | easily be admitted, but ~spirits must be tested whether they 106 2, 187 | every spirit, but try the spirits if ~they be of God." Now 107 2, 187 | 1: The saying: "Try the spirits, if they be of God," applies ~ 108 2, 187 | admitting of doubt whether the spirits be of God; thus those ~who 109 3, 1 | person, let not ~these proud spirits dare to prefer themselves 110 3, 6 | from the fact that angelic spirits are not assumable, as ~was 111 3, 6 | is wanting to the angelic spirits, ~not from any lack of dignity, 112 3, 8 | something not only in the ~spirits of men, but also in the 113 3, 8 | of men, but also in the spirits of angels, on account of 114 3, 12 | illuminations of ~supercelestial spirits.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[12] A[ 115 3, 12 | impression of ~heavenly spirits.~ 116 3, 13 | moves even the highest spirits, enlightening them, as Dionysius 117 3, 13 | them power over unclean spirits, to cast them ~out, and 118 3, 13 | thus by commotion of the ~spirits the whole body is altered. 119 3, 30 | discern good from evil spirits. For if joy succeed fear, 120 3, 36 | makest Thy'] angels, spirits." But ~Christ's birth was 121 3, 43 | on Mt. 8:16: "He cast out spirits with His word, and all ~ 122 3, 43 | He commandeth the unclean spirits, and they obey Him."~Aquin.: 123 3, 52 | spirit ~preached to those spirits that were in prison, which 124 3, 52 | went to preach to those spirits who were in ~bondage, as 125 3, 52 | sense is, that "to those (spirits) that were in ~prison" - 126 3, 55 | ordering ~of the heavenly spirits. But such things as concern 127 3, 59 | they ~not'] all ministering spirits, sent to minister for them, 128 3, 64 | if demons, who are "lying spirits," were to perform a sacramental ~ 129 3, 67 | more obey the ~Father of Spirits, and live?" Therefore the 130 3, 68 | every spirit, but try the spirits, ~if they be of God." And 131 3, 72 | and because the (vital) spirits mount directly from the ~ 132 3, 80 | vexed in body by unclean spirits, the same reason holds good 133 3, 80 | who are vexed by unclean spirits."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 134 Suppl, 37| and the "discerning of spirits" to the doorkeeper, for 135 Suppl, 70| way ~created incorporeal spirits are confined to a place, 136 Suppl, 71| towards God, to Whom the spirits of the dead live.~Aquin.: 137 Suppl, 71| especially ~to the damned - "the spirits of the departed are where 138 Suppl, 72| words of Daniel: "The lofty spirits ~that are set over the nations 139 Suppl, 80| spiritual, that is like ~spirits in a certain respect. Now 140 Suppl, 80| certain respect. Now two spirits cannot be in the same ~place, 141 Suppl, 82| the eye than the hand, the spirits [*"Animalem," as though 142 Suppl, 82| sight, and by scattering the spirits* asunder. [*"Animalem," ~ 143 Suppl, 88| order between the heavenly ~spirits and the earthly or human 144 Suppl, 88| and the earthly or human spirits, so is there an order between ~ 145 Suppl, 88| consummation of things the lower spirits will receive the ~properties 146 Suppl, 88| properties of the higher spirits, because men will be as 147 Suppl, 88| will ~have the rational spirits of men and demons who though 148 Suppl, 93| angels are ~incorporeal spirits. Therefore they have no


Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License