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endures 45
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enemies 131
enemy 97
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132 secret
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131 aptitude
131 enemies
131 enjoyment
131 greatness
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enemies

    Part, Question
1 2, 45 | fact that a man has not enemies, through having ~harmed 2 2, 69 | fighting to destroy their enemies ~so as to gain security 3 2, 87 | hast given occasion to the enemies of the Lord to blaspheme . . . 4 2, 100 | nothing in common ~with His enemies. The second is that he should 5 2, 100 | such as ~evil-doers or enemies are lawfully slain. Therefore 6 2, 100 | betray the state to its ~enemies, or that no man should do 7 2, 102 | thee, and ~to give up thy enemies to thee, and let thy camp 8 2, 105 | men ~fight against their enemies. Therefore it is unsuitably 9 2, 107 | and against hating one's enemies. In like manner Our Lord ~ 10 2, 107 | regard to the hatred of one's enemies, He dispelled the false ~ 11 2, 108 | and of persecuting one's enemies. But there ~are many other 12 2, 108 | out of hatred of one's ~enemies; and this in respect of 13 2, 108 | about the slaying of ~one's enemies: whereas the Law ordered 14 2, 108 | that we ought to love our enemies, and to ~be ready to do 15 2, 108 | for instance, "Love your enemies" (Mt. ~5:44), and those 16 2, 108 | instance, if he do good ~to his enemies when he is not bound to, 17 2, 108 | about the true love ~of our enemies, and other similar sayings ( 18 2, 108 | prepared to do good to his enemies, ~and other similar actions, 19 2, 10 | this good - that our very enemies bear witness to our ~faith, 20 2, 11 | Bishop of Alexandria: "The enemies of Christ's cross lie in ~ 21 2, 11 | to Mt. 5:44: "Love your enemies; do good to them ~that hate 22 2, 18 | from ~God, and which God's enemies sometimes inflict or threaten: 23 2, 22 | charity extends even to one's enemies, according to Mt. ~5:44: " 24 2, 22 | to Mt. ~5:44: "Love your enemies." Therefore charity is not 25 2, 22 | charity extends even to our enemies, whom we ~love out of charity 26 2, 24 | Whether we should love our enemies out of charity?~(9) Whether 27 2, 24 | that we should love our enemies?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 28 2, 24 | require us to love our ~enemies. For Augustine says (Enchiridion 29 2, 24 | namely, the love of our enemies, is "not so universal in 30 2, 24 | that we should love our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 31 2, 24 | does not make us love our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 32 2, 24 | seems perverse to love one's enemies, as it would be to hate 33 2, 24 | does not make us love our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 34 2, 24 | said (Mt. 4:44): "Love your enemies."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 35 2, 24 | answer that, Love of one's enemies may be understood in three 36 2, 24 | though we were to love our enemies as such: this is perverse, ~ 37 2, 24 | 3~Secondly love of one's enemies may mean that we love them 38 2, 24 | that we should ~love our enemies, namely, that in loving 39 2, 24 | should ~not exclude our enemies from the love given to our 40 2, 24 | 3~Thirdly, love of one's enemies may be considered as specially 41 2, 24 | movement of love towards ~our enemies. Charity does not require 42 2, 24 | should be ready to love our enemies individually, if the necessity 43 2, 24 | contrary as such. Now our ~enemies are contrary to us, as enemies, 44 2, 24 | enemies are contrary to us, as enemies, wherefore this itself should 45 2, 24 | It is wrong to love one's enemies as such: charity does not ~ 46 2, 24 | that we should show our enemies the ~signs and effects of 47 2, 24 | requires that a man show his enemies such signs and effects of ~ 48 2, 24 | Mt. 5:44): "Love your ~enemies," and, "Do good to them 49 2, 24 | demands that ~we love our enemies. Therefore it demands also 50 2, 24 | effects of love towards our ~enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 51 2, 24 | says: "To do good to one's enemies is the height of perfection" ~[* 52 2, 24 | and effects of love to our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 53 2, 24 | should inwardly love our enemies ~in general, but not individually, 54 2, 24 | signs of love towards our enemies. For if we did not so, it ~ 55 2, 24 | salvation that we show ~our enemies such like favors and signs 56 2, 25 | equally to all including our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 57 2, 25 | to Micah ~7:6: "A men's enemies are they of his own household."~ 58 2, 26 | children of God to love ~their enemies, whereas those also who 59 2, 26 | namely, to the love of his enemies, even as the power of a 60 2, 26 | way that we love not our ~enemies. On the other hand the love 61 2, 29 | The excommunicated and the enemies of the common weal are ~ 62 2, 29 | Mt. 4:44): "Love your ~enemies, do good to them that hate 63 2, 31 | betray his ~country to its enemies, or when a heretic secretly 64 2, 38 | common weal against external enemies. Hence it is said ~to those 65 2, 38 | lay ambushes for one's enemies. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 66 2, 38 | to be observed even among enemies," as Ambrose states (De 67 2, 42 | to all men, even ~to our enemies, as may be seen in Mt. 5: 68 2, 47 | they are reckoned to be ~enemies of a third one, as the Philosopher 69 2, 62 | himself together with his enemies under the ~ruins of the 70 2, 68 | feeling, as in the case of ~enemies, or persons united by family 71 2, 76 | lawful, just as love of one's enemies is a matter of counsel. ~ 72 2, 81 | we ought to pray for our enemies?~(9) Of the seven petitions 73 2, 81 | we ought to pray for our enemies?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 74 2, 81 | ought not to pray for our enemies. ~According to Rm. 15:4, " 75 2, 81 | many imprecations against enemies; ~thus it is written (Ps. 76 2, 81 | Ps. 6:11): "Let all my enemies be ashamed and be . . ~. 77 2, 81 | against rather than for our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 78 2, 81 | to be revenged on one's enemies is harmful to them. But ~ 79 2, 81 | seek vengeance of their enemies according to Apoc. 6:10, " 80 2, 81 | being revenged on their enemies, ~according to Ps. 57:11, " 81 2, 81 | should not pray for our enemies, but against them.~Aquin.: 82 2, 81 | men lawfully attack their enemies, else all wars would be ~ 83 2, 81 | should not pray for our enemies.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 84 2, 81 | are bound to pray for our enemies in the same manner ~as we 85 2, 81 | we are bound to love our enemies, ~namely, that we must love 86 2, 81 | sin. and that ~to love our enemies in general is a matter of 87 2, 81 | forgiveness. But to love one's enemies absolutely in the ~individual, 88 2, 81 | should not exclude ~our enemies from the general prayers 89 2, 81 | is lawful to attack one's enemies, that they may be ~restrained 90 2, 81 | evils be inflicted on our enemies in order that they may mend 91 2, 87 | deservedly fall empty before my ~enemies." Therefore to swear is 92 2, 88 | the demons, as being our ~enemies, by adjuring them through 93 2, 95 | allowing the rage of His enemies to prevail against Him, 94 2, 101 | should be looked upon as ~enemies, rather than treated with 95 2, 106 | God for vengeance on His enemies: for it is ~written (Lk. 96 2, 106 | into ~the hands of their enemies for the sin of Achan, and 97 2, 134 | good we fight against our enemies." But in ~so far as patience 98 2, 138 | fight for ~you against your enemies."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[140] 99 2, 152 | a laughing-stock to thy enemies." Therefore it is ~evident 100 2, 167 | order to hide oneself from enemies, ~or through lack of other 101 2, 170 | example, sailors compare their enemies to ~the winds, and their 102 2, 182 | also strangers and even his enemies, for as Augustine says ( 103 2, 187 | according to ~Mic. 7:6, "A man's enemies are they of his own household." 104 3, 26 | Mediator, Who reconciles enemies" (De Civ. Dei ~xv).~Aquin.: 105 3, 46 | soul into the hands of her enemies."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 106 3, 47 | Firstly, by holding His enemies in ~check, so that they 107 3, 49 | which men became God's enemies, according to Wis. 14:9: " 108 3, 54 | show His wounds to His ~enemies, so that He who is the Truth 109 3, 61 | 10): "If, when we were ~enemies, we were reconciled to God 110 3, 69 | learn to fight ~with their enemies, and to be trained up to 111 3, 72 | spiritual combat ~with the enemies of the Faith. This is evident 112 3, 72 | even in the face of the enemies of the Christian Faith. 113 3, 72 | combat with our invisible ~enemies. But to fight against visible 114 3, 72 | Christ even in face of the enemies of that Faith. ~Wherefore 115 3, 79 | outward assaults of ~Christ's enemies. But by this sacrament grace 116 3, 86 | us (Mt. 5:44): "Love your enemies, do good to them that ~hate 117 Suppl, 19| the wicked, who ~are His enemies on account of sin, have 118 Suppl, 21| given into the hands of his enemies, ~unless there be no hope 119 Suppl, 23| of charity to succor our enemies, which is impossible without ~ 120 Suppl, 25| quelling of the Church's enemies, who disturb her ~peace; 121 Suppl, 40| of the ~bare head of the enemies" (Dt. 32:42), and: "I will 122 Suppl, 67| of the hatred towards our enemies. and so is it in the matter 123 Suppl, 72| that it "shall burn His enemies round about."~Aquin.: SMT 124 Suppl, 75| 10, "For if when we were ~enemies"): "All who are born in 125 Suppl, 87| whereby ~Christ overcame His enemies by His Passion and infirmity. 126 Suppl, 87| be a torment to Christ's enemies: wherefore it is written ( 127 Suppl, 87| i.e. envy) ~"devour Thy enemies."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 128 Suppl, 95| and let fire devour Thy ~enemies." Therefore they will wish 129 Suppl, 96| makes them pray ~for their enemies. Now they will have more 130 Suppl, 96| will pray then for their enemies who are damned. But the ~ 131 Suppl, 96| this life pray for their enemies, that they may ~be converted


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