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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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manifestation

    Part, Question
1 1, 9 | procession of the divine manifestation ~comes to us from the movement 2 1, 16 | convertible ~with being, as the manifestation with the manifested; for 3 1, 34 | only be by reason of ~some manifestation; either it makes something 4 1, 39 | 2~I answer that, For the manifestation of our faith it is fitting 5 1, 39 | found in creatures for the manifestation of the divine ~persons, 6 1, 39 | essential attributes. And such a manifestation of the divine persons by 7 1, 39 | faith can arise, but rather manifestation of ~the truth.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 43 | gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation of the Spirit" (1 Cor. ~ 9 1, 43 | Body Para. 2/2~This mode of manifestation applies in different ways 10 1, 43 | said (1 ~Cor. 12:7) - "the manifestation of the Spirit is given to 11 1, 43 | person by grace, ~but for the manifestation of something else.~Aquin.: 12 1, 64 | from darkness; and every manifestation is ~made through light, 13 1, 67 | extended use, as applied to manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly 14 1, 39 | 2~I answer that, For the manifestation of our faith it is fitting 15 1, 39 | found in creatures for the manifestation of the divine ~persons, 16 1, 39 | attributes. And such a manifestation of the divine persons by 17 1, 39 | faith can arise, but rather manifestation of ~the truth.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 43 | gratuitous grace is called the "manifestation of the Spirit" (1 Cor. ~ 19 1, 43 | Body Para. 2/2~This mode of manifestation applies in different ways 20 1, 43 | said (1 ~Cor. 12:7) - "the manifestation of the Spirit is given to 21 1, 43 | person by grace, ~but for the manifestation of something else.~Aquin.: 22 1, 65 | from darkness; and every manifestation is ~made through light, 23 1, 68 | extended use, as applied to manifestation of every kind, it ~may properly 24 1, 103 | miraculously, are ordered for the manifestation of grace, according ~to 25 1, 103 | To each one is given the manifestation of the Spirit, ~unto profit" ( 26 1, 103 | does not ~pertain to the manifestation of grace; since rather the 27 1, 103 | nothing would hinder that manifestation, since ~the power of God 28 1, 104 | to be ~the cause of the manifestation of colors, inasmuch as it 29 1, 105 | light is nothing else than a manifestation of ~truth, according to 30 1, 105 | communicate to others the ~manifestation of the known truth; according 31 1, 106 | rule of all truth; the ~manifestation of what is conceived by 32 1, 106 | Man is an animal." ~The manifestation, however, of what depends 33 1, 106 | supreme; and therefore the manifestation of what ~belongs to the 34 1, 107 | excellence, as regards this ~manifestation, from which the superior 35 1, 107 | excellence above the common manifestation; and ~therefore it is denominated 36 1, 107 | therefore it is denominated from manifestation only; and thus the common ~ 37 1, 108 | enlightenment means the manifestation of the truth. But one demon 38 1, 108 | properly ~speaking is the manifestation of the truth in reference 39 1, 108 | intellect. Another kind of manifestation of the truth is ~speech, 40 1, 108 | OBJ 1: Not every kind of manifestation of the truth is ~enlightenment, 41 1, 108 | there is no ~necessary manifestation of the truth either in the 42 1, 110 | reason availed for the ~manifestation of Divine truths to men, 43 1, 111 | it is suitable for the ~manifestation of grace. That the man born 44 2, 51 | also, at times, for the manifestation of His power, He infuses ~ 45 2, 68 | gifts which are for the ~manifestation of the Spirit, not for the 46 2, 72 | word there is nothing but manifestation which is ~intended principally; 47 2, 72 | intended, and the outward ~manifestation is by way of sequel. Habit 48 2, 101 | the way leading to that manifestation as yet ~opened out, as the 49 2, 101 | leading to that heavenly manifestation. But under the New Law ~ 50 2, 106 | matters pertaining to the manifestation of ~Christ's Godhead or 51 2, 111 | 1 Cor. 12:7): "And the ~manifestation of the Spirit is given to 52 2, 114 | profit, but glory, i.e. the ~manifestation of His goodness; even as 53 2, 1 | own account, but for the manifestation of those ~mentioned above: 54 2, 1 | the perfect. ~Now in the manifestation of faith, God is the active 55 2, 1 | faith, nevertheless the manifestation of the Spirit is given to 56 2, 2 | Genesis it is written ~in manifestation of the Trinity: "Let us 57 2, 5 | Evang. ii, qu. 39), that manifestation alone excludes faith, which ~ 58 2, 10 | the Jews, or in the very ~manifestation of truth, and such is the 59 2, 23 | Myself to him," in which manifestation everlasting ~life consists, 60 2, 43 | the worship of God is a ~manifestation of faith, in so far as we 61 2, 61 | according to 1 Cor. 12:7, "The manifestation of the Spirit is given to ~ 62 2, 81 | to them through Divine ~manifestation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 63 2, 107 | directed to another, since the manifestation, which we have ~stated to 64 2, 107 | one man owes another a manifestation of the truth. ~Therefore 65 2, 107 | truth, and in this way the manifestation of the ~truth is an act 66 2, 107 | because, to wit, in this manifestation of the ~truth a man's chief 67 2, 107 | doctrine consists in a certain manifestation of truths ~relating to science 68 2, 108 | opposite vices - regards a manifestation ~made by certain signs: 69 2, 108 | certain signs: and this manifestation or statement is an act of ~ 70 2, 108 | natural instinct, ~and a manifestation is the result. But when 71 2, 108 | the result. But when this manifestation or ~statement is a moral 72 2, 108 | Now the proper object of a manifestation or ~statement is the true 73 2, 112 | fellow-man, in equity, the manifestation of ~truth without which 74 2, 130 | inasmuch as it denotes the manifestation of a man's goodness: since 75 2, 130 | end of vainglory is the manifestation of one's own excellence, 76 2, 169 | written (1 Cor. 12:7): "The manifestation of the ~Spirit is given 77 2, 169 | because, to wit, just as the manifestation of the ~material sight takes 78 2, 169 | material light, so too the ~manifestation of intellectual sight takes 79 2, 169 | intellectual ~light. Accordingly manifestation must be proportionate to 80 2, 169 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, A manifestation made by means of a certain 81 2, 170 | according to 1 Cor. 12:7, "The manifestation of the Spirit is ~given 82 2, 172 | the end of prophecy is the manifestation of a truth that ~surpasses 83 2, 172 | the more effective this ~manifestation is, the more excellent the 84 2, 172 | it is evident that ~the manifestation of divine truth by means 85 2, 172 | sake, but on account of the manifestation of ~the intelligible truth. 86 2, 174 | written (1 Cor. 12:7), "the manifestation of the ~Spirit is given 87 2, 176 | are wrought, namely the manifestation of something ~supernatural, 88 3, 1 | this appears fitting to the manifestation of the Divine power, ~which 89 3, 5 | which were signs of the manifestation of ~Christ were not in a 90 3, 5 | carnal and ~earthly body, the manifestation would have been false, had 91 3, 7 | graces are ordained for the manifestation of faith and spiritual ~ 92 3, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the manifestation of Christ's excellence is 93 3, 19 | Christ ~did not merit the manifestation of His greatness.~Aquin.: 94 3, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The manifestation of Christ's excellence is 95 3, 21 | 1]), prayer is a certain manifestation ~of the human will. Wherefore, 96 3, 24 | Son of God, but to the ~manifestation thereof, according to the 97 3, 27 | Conception, after that wondrous ~manifestation of miracles, was troubled 98 3, 27 | according to 1 Cor. 12:7: "The manifestation of the Spirit is given to ~ 99 3, 35 | itself; secondly, as to His manifestation after ~birth.~Aquin.: SMT 100 3, 36 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MANIFESTATION OF THE NEWLY BORN CHRIST ( 101 3, 36 | We must now consider the manifestation of the newly born Christ: ~ 102 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: That manifestation of Christ's birth was a 103 3, 36 | of ~foretaste of the full manifestation which was to come. And as 104 3, 36 | come. And as in the ~later manifestation the first announcement of 105 3, 36 | are ~perfect." But this manifestation is the work of God. Therefore 106 3, 36 | Consequently the time of the manifestation of Christ's birth seems 107 3, 51 | matter ~how; but for the manifestation of His Divine power He willed 108 3, 53 | Person rising; (3) the ~manifestation of the Resurrection; (4) 109 3, 55 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE MANIFESTATION OF THE RESURRECTION (SIX 110 3, 55 | have now to consider the manifestation of the Resurrection: ~concerning 111 3, 55 | proof or sign: and each manifestation was sufficient ~in its own 112 3, 55 | be ~wanting to make the manifestation complete, He also showed 113 3, 55 | as ~had died; which the manifestation of His brightness would 114 3, 66 | were ordained unto the manifestation of the reality of His death, 115 Suppl, 7 | act, which is a ~kind of manifestation; secondly, the matter manifested, 116 Suppl, 7 | the person to whom the manifestation is made, viz. the priest; ~ 117 Suppl, 7 | its very name implies the manifestation of that ~which a man has 118 Suppl, 7 | by reason of its being a manifestation of the truth - and ~satisfaction 119 Suppl, 8 | facts. Secondly, by the ~manifestation of confession; and with 120 Suppl, 9 | act which ~is intended for manifestation we generally make use of 121 Suppl, 9 | employed for the purpose of manifestation, viz. our own ~words; for 122 Suppl, 9 | confession, this act is one of ~manifestation: which manifestation can 123 Suppl, 9 | of ~manifestation: which manifestation can be hindered by four 124 Suppl, 72| signs are ordained for the manifestation of something. ~But His coming 125 Suppl, 74| time should be adapted to manifestation as regards the ~things that 126 Suppl, 84| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The manifestation of his sins to the confusion 127 Suppl, 84| in the ~blessed. But this manifestation will bring them great glory 128 Suppl, 86| well, it behooves, for the manifestation ~of Divine justice, that 129 Suppl, 92| sufficiency," or to the manifestation ~of good, as "celebrity,"


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