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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | right hand of the Lord hath wrought strength" (Ps. 117:16). 2 1, 8 | 12, "Lord . . . Thou hast wrought all our ~works in [Vulg.: ' 3 1, 22 | ordering; as all ~things wrought by art are subject to the 4 1, 48 | temptation some change is wrought ~in the one who is tempted; 5 1, 62 | De Civ. Dei xii, 9), "Who wrought the ~good will of the angels? 6 1, 74 | work is said to have ~been wrought in some one of these days, 7 1, 74 | these days, inasmuch as God wrought in some ~one of these days, 8 1, 74 | these days, inasmuch as God wrought nothing in the universe ~ 9 1, 49 | temptation some change is wrought ~in the one who is tempted; 10 1, 63 | De Civ. Dei xii, 9), "Who wrought the ~good will of the angels? 11 1, 73 | work is said to have ~been wrought in some one of these days, 12 1, 73 | these days, inasmuch as God wrought in some ~one of these days, 13 1, 73 | these days, inasmuch as God wrought nothing in the universe ~ 14 1, 80 | from sadness, ~and having wrought vengeance, terminates in 15 1, 92 | resemblance of the Divine image is wrought with greater expression."~ 16 1, 104 | 26:12): "Lord, Thou hast wrought all ~our works in [Vulg.: ' 17 1, 104 | ultimate cause of everything wrought; for instance, that it is 18 1, 104 | to no purpose, if these ~wrought nothing through them. Indeed, 19 1, 104 | end, which is the thing wrought, for instance a chest or 20 1, 107 | the virtues miracles are wrought; by the powers ~hostile 21 1, 113 | Further, true miracles are wrought by some corporeal change. 22 1, 113 | therefore real miracles can be wrought by demons, to persuade one 23 1, 113 | magic ~art miracles are wrought like those which are wrought 24 1, 113 | wrought like those which are wrought by the servants of ~God."~ 25 1, 114 | because miracles are not ~wrought outside the scope of causal 26 1, 114 | Likewise neither are ~miracles wrought outside the scope of the 27 1, 114 | miracles are said to be wrought outside the scope of the ~ 28 1, 114 | when we say that they ~are wrought outside the scope of seminal 29 1, 116 | of miracles a ~change is wrought in corporeal matter. Therefore 30 2, 26 | Accordingly, the first change wrought in the appetite by the appetible ~ 31 2, 26 | love consists in a change wrought in the ~appetite by the 32 2, 46 | vengeance. Now vengeance is wrought ~by the infliction of a 33 2, 60 | something contrary which has wrought harm. ~Consequently there 34 2, 63 | differ as that which is ~wrought by God immediately, from 35 2, 63 | immediately, from that which is wrought by a creature. But ~the 36 2, 77 | on account of some change wrought on the body, fetters the ~ 37 2, 77 | occasion by the ~commandment wrought in me all manner of concupiscence"; 38 2, 109 | present life this ~healing is wrought in the mind - the carnal 39 2, 112 | deed that Abraham had just wrought, he could know experimentally 40 2, 12 | in respect of the ~harm wrought by them, murder is the graver 41 2, 41 | occasion by the commandment wrought in ~me all manner of concupiscence." 42 2, 56 | those ~things which are wrought externally are not things 43 2, 62 | the Holy Ghost, Who had wrought many wonders ~through him, 44 2, 87 | the judgment of God may be wrought therein. Thus ~a man is 45 2, 95 | Lord that signs might be wrought in the name of ~Jesus Christ, 46 2, 98 | selling the signs to be ~wrought by him." Hence those who 47 2, 106 | innocent, vengeance should be wrought on them: provided, however, 48 2, 106 | Whether vengeance should be wrought by means of punishments 49 2, 106 | vengeance should not be wrought by means of ~punishments 50 2, 106 | more severely. Vengeance is wrought on dumb animals and ~any 51 2, 163 | suggestion, a change is wrought merely on an outward creature. ~ 52 2, 163 | cunning of the ~devil, who wrought his wiles in it: thus, we 53 2, 163 | were ~directed to him who wrought through the serpent."~Aquin.: 54 2, 172 | Further, greater miracles were wrought by Josue, who made the sun ~ 55 2, 172 | manner greater miracles were wrought by Elias, of whom it ~is 56 2, 172 | working of ~miracles which he wrought on a whole nation of unbelievers. 57 2, 172 | were done, since they were wrought on a ~whole people.~Aquin.: 58 2, 176 | receives it since miracles are wrought at the ~touch even of a 59 2, 176 | whose sake ~miracles are wrought, according to Mt. 13:58, " 60 2, 176 | according to Mt. 13:58, "And He wrought not many ~miracles there, 61 2, 176 | there of the miracles to be wrought at ~the time of Antichrist, 62 2, 176 | for ~which miracles are wrought, namely the manifestation 63 2, 176 | miracles. For miracles ~are wrought through prayer, as stated 64 2, 176 | True miracles cannot be wrought save by the power of God, 65 2, 176 | first way miracles can be wrought by any one who preaches 66 2, 176 | such great ~miracles are wrought."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] 67 2, 176 | second way miracles are not wrought except by the saints, since ~ 68 2, 176 | holiness that miracles are wrought during their ~lifetime or 69 2, 176 | Acts 19:11,12) that "God wrought by the hand of Paul . . . 70 2, 176 | purpose for which ~they are wrought. Hence wicked men who teach 71 2, 184 | meaning that My beloved hath wrought much wickedness in My house?" ~ 72 3, 1 | such ~great wonders were wrought in their midst, or would 73 3, 1 | believed had ~they been wrought, when God Himself bears 74 3, 1 | of Divine power had been ~wrought in their midst?" And he 75 3, 1 | believe in His miracles ~if wrought amongst them, (while others) 76 3, 3 | which the ~Incarnation was wrought, as the angel says (Lk. 77 3, 4 | Volusianum cxxxvii): "In deeds wrought miraculously the whole reason ~ 78 3, 4 | Now the power of God Who wrought ~the Incarnation, which 79 3, 12 | as His age ~increased He wrought greater deeds, and showed 80 3, 13 | that these ~miracles are wrought not by his own, but by Divine 81 3, 13 | will, that the ~miracle wrought should be published for 82 3, 15 | lifted Him up, yet these wrought in deed the vehemence ~of 83 3, 19 | What things were done and wrought by the one ~Christ, differ 84 3, 19 | i.e. the Incarnate Word, wrought one and the other - neither 85 3, 19 | supernaturally. So, too, He wrought Divine things ~humanly, 86 3, 19 | being made man for us, He wrought." Hence it is ~clear that 87 3, 29 | But ~miracles that are wrought in confirmation of the Faith 88 3, 29 | however, that some miracles wrought by God are the direct object 89 3, 31 | those miracles that are ~wrought for the confirmation of 90 3, 31 | blessing conferred on Jehu, who wrought vengeance on the ~house 91 3, 32 | that ~Christ's body was wrought," i.e. formed, "by the power 92 3, 36 | due time, after He had "wrought salvation in the midst of ~ 93 3, 40 | creatures. Now that Christ wrought ~miracles was a Divine work: 94 3, 43 | true miracles cannot ~be wrought save by Divine power: because 95 3, 44 | sufficiently proved by changes wrought in the lower bodies, which 96 3, 44 | causes, as it is by changes wrought in the ~course of the heavenly 97 3, 46 | King before ages: He hath wrought salvation in the midst ~ 98 3, 47 | death. For Christ's Passion wrought its effect of salvation ~ 99 3, 48 | Therefore Christ's Passion wrought nothing by ~way of merit.~ 100 3, 48 | any sacred act, but rather wrought a great wrong. Therefore ~ 101 3, 49 | that the holy ~Fathers who wrought works of justice, obtained 102 3, 49 | faith conquered kingdoms, wrought ~justice," and each of them 103 3, 50 | Further, Christ's Passion wrought our salvation by way of 104 3, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: Christ's death wrought our salvation from the power 105 3, 51 | anointed ~Him: "She has wrought a good work upon Me," and 106 3, 51 | OBJ 2: As Christ's death wrought our salvation, so likewise 107 3, 51 | especially with ~such as have wrought strenuously, their deeds 108 3, 52 | the hell of the ~lost He wrought this effect, that by descending 109 3, 52 | in one part of hell, He wrought ~this effect in a measure 110 3, 53 | OBJ 3: Christ's Passion wrought our salvation, properly 111 3, 56 | resurrection of souls is wrought by ~God's Substance, as 112 3, 63 | Consequently, every ~sanctification wrought by His Priesthood, is perpetual, 113 3, 72 | under certain visible signs, wrought ~miraculously by God, Who 114 3, 72 | 10) because, to wit, they wrought nothing inwardly. ~Consequently 115 3, 74 | But this sacrament is wrought in the consecration of the 116 3, 75 | But this sacrament is wrought by Divine power. ~Therefore, 117 3, 75 | 1~Whether this change is wrought instantaneously?~Aquin.: 118 3, 75 | that this change is not wrought instantaneously, but ~successively. 119 3, 75 | change, as stated above, is ~wrought by Christ's words which 120 3, 76 | not merely by ~a change wrought in the beholders, but by 121 3, 76 | there is a miraculous change wrought in the other ~accidents, 122 3, 76 | while a miraculous change is wrought in the other accidents, 123 3, 77 | presupposes the miracle which is wrought in the ~consecration, namely, 124 3, 78 | Further, miraculous works are wrought not by any created power, ~ 125 3, 78 | A[7]), this change is wrought instantaneously. ~hence 126 3, 78 | causes the change to be wrought in it: instrumental, ~however, 127 3, 79 | which ~Christ's Passion wrought in the world. Hence, Chrysostom 128 3, 80 | received ~evilly, evil is wrought": just as on the other hand, 129 3, 80 | Apostle's ~case, "good was wrought through evil well received," 130 3, 83 | recalled inasmuch as it was wrought in Him Who is our Head. ~ 131 3, 83 | house wherein ~Christ first wrought this sacrament was not consecrated, 132 Suppl, 6 | to Himself; and these are wrought either through the ~agency 133 Suppl, 25| intention, ~namely, of those who wrought these meritorious works 134 Suppl, 72| rather a cleansing, ~which is wrought separately in the body, 135 Suppl, 73| death except by resurrection wrought by the Divine ~power. And 136 Suppl, 73| because the same thing that wrought the resurrection of ~Christ, 137 Suppl, 73| the Divine operations were wrought by means of Christ's flesh, 138 Suppl, 73| straightway after He ~has wrought the resurrection of Christ, 139 Suppl, 73| reunion of soul and body, be wrought by the ministry of the ~ 140 Suppl, 73| resurrection will not be wrought by the ministry of the angels.~ 141 Suppl, 74| in the resurrection to be wrought by the ~power of God," and 142 Suppl, 75| the redemption which was wrought by ~Christ, and thus Christ 143 Suppl, 76| Therefore after the change wrought by death the self-same man 144 Suppl, 87| the effects which Christ wrought in the human nature to causes ~ 145 Suppl, 87| the Godhead the effects ~wrought by Christ in our souls, 146 Suppl, 87| souls, and those which He wrought or will work ~in our bodies 147 Suppl, 88| glorification, because ~man's sin wrought no change upon the state


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