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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beloved

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | was heard, "This is My beloved Son" (Mt. 3:17).~Aquin.: 2 1, 20 | as he wills good to the beloved; and ~works for that good 3 1, 20 | a person wills for the ~beloved. In this way we are said 4 1, 20 | was the better and more beloved; but, in a ~certain sense, 5 1, 20 | nobler thing and the more beloved. God is said to rejoice 6 1, 36 | the lover abides ~in the beloved; or in reference to the 7 1, 37 | passing from ~the lover to the beloved. Therefore Love is not the 8 1, 37 | relation of love to the ~beloved; as also in the Word is 9 1, 37 | that of the lover to the beloved. But from the fact that 10 1, 43 | is in the knower, and the beloved ~in the lover. And since 11 1, 43 | voice spoke, "This is My beloved Son" (Mt. 3:17), that ~others 12 1, 37 | passing from ~the lover to the beloved. Therefore Love is not the 13 1, 37 | relation of love to the ~beloved; as also in the Word is 14 1, 37 | that of the lover to the beloved. But from the fact that 15 1, 43 | is in the knower, and the beloved ~in the lover. And since 16 1, 43 | voice spoke, "This is My beloved Son" (Mt. 3:17), that ~others 17 2, 4 | Charity does not seem the beloved good for the sake of ~delight: 18 2, 4 | the lover to the thing beloved, which relation may be threefold. 19 2, 4 | For ~sometimes the thing beloved is present to the lover: 20 2, 4 | the lover in the object beloved.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[3] 21 2, 20 | from Phil. 4:1: "My dearly ~beloved brethren, my joy and my 22 2, 23 | attainment of the good ~beloved: and this belongs to the 23 2, 25 | since "love yearning for the beloved object, ~is desire; and, 24 2, 25 | effect of love, when the ~beloved object is possessed, is 25 2, 25 | The union of lover and beloved is twofold. There is real ~ 26 2, 26 | yearning for the object ~beloved, is desire; having and enjoying 27 2, 26 | Beauty and goodness are beloved by all things"; since each 28 2, 27 | but also "the beautiful is beloved by all."~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 27 | Assuredly the good ~alone is beloved." Therefore good alone is 30 2, 27 | the lover for the thing beloved, ~and to everything, that 31 2, 27 | acknowledge their evils, are beloved, not for ~their evils, but 32 2, 28 | lover in act ~is not the beloved in act. Therefore union 33 2, 28 | The union of lover and beloved is twofold. The first is ~ 34 2, 28 | for instance, when the beloved is present with the lover. 35 2, 28 | seek the presence of the beloved, as of something ~suitable 36 2, 28 | the lover, to wit, and the beloved." For ~in describing it 37 2, 28 | the real absence of the ~beloved: but love remains whether 38 2, 28 | love remains whether the beloved be absent or present.~Aquin.: 39 2, 28 | that ~the lover be in the beloved and vice versa. For that 40 2, 28 | that the lover be in ~the beloved and vice versa.~Aquin.: 41 2, 28 | involves the lover being in the beloved and vice ~versa, it follows 42 2, 28 | versa, it follows that the beloved is united to the lover, 43 2, 28 | the lover is united to the beloved. But the union itself is 44 2, 28 | reason, every love makes the beloved to be in the ~lover, and 45 2, 28 | apprehensive power, the beloved is said to be in the lover, ~ 46 2, 28 | lover, ~inasmuch as the beloved abides in the apprehension 47 2, 28 | lover is said to be in the beloved, according to apprehension, 48 2, 28 | superficial apprehension of the ~beloved, but strives to gain an 49 2, 28 | everything ~pertaining to the beloved, so as to penetrate into 50 2, 28 | good that he wills to the ~beloved, with the love of friendship: 51 2, 28 | the complacency in the ~beloved is rooted in the lover's 52 2, 28 | hand, ~the lover is in the beloved, by the love of concupiscence 53 2, 28 | possession or enjoyment of ~the beloved; but seeks to possess the 54 2, 28 | but seeks to possess the beloved perfectly, by penetrating ~ 55 2, 28 | friendship, the lover ~is in the beloved, inasmuch as he reckons 56 2, 28 | lover seems to be in the beloved, as ~though he were become 57 2, 28 | identified with himself, thus the beloved is in the lover.~Aquin.: 58 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The beloved is contained in the lover, 59 2, 28 | lover is contained in the beloved, inasmuch as the lover ~ 60 2, 28 | penetrates, so to speak, into the beloved. For nothing hinders a thing ~ 61 2, 28 | love penetrate into the beloved, as was explained above.~ 62 2, 28 | Further, the lover desires the beloved to be united to him. ~Therefore 63 2, 28 | Therefore he draws the beloved to himself, rather than 64 2, 28 | betakes himself ~into the beloved, going forth out from himself 65 2, 28 | Further, love unites the beloved to the lover, as stated 66 2, 28 | betake himself into the beloved, it follows that the lover 67 2, 28 | lover always loves ~the beloved more than himself: which 68 2, 28 | makes the lover dwell on the beloved, as stated above ~(A[2]), 69 2, 28 | My soul melted when my ~beloved spoke." Therefore love is 70 2, 28 | for ~the entrance of the beloved. If, then, the beloved is 71 2, 28 | the beloved. If, then, the beloved is present and ~possessed, 72 2, 28 | enjoyment ensues. But if the beloved be absent, ~two passions 73 2, 28 | intense desire to possess the ~beloved, which is signified by " 74 2, 31 | intellectual knowledge is more ~beloved: for there is no one who 75 2, 31 | is both greater and more beloved than bodily good: a ~sign 76 2, 32 | connaturalness of lover and beloved. In like manner every object ~ 77 2, 35 | so far as it recalls a ~beloved object to one's memory, 78 2, 42 | sudden, which endanger things beloved, and takes ~forethought 79 2, 48 | as in the absence of the ~beloved," as Augustine observes ( 80 2, 66 | stretching forward to the beloved. ~Therefore hope is greater 81 2, 66 | already possessed: ~since the beloved is, in a manner, in the 82 2, 66 | desire to union with the beloved; hence it is written (1 83 2, 66 | lover being drawn to the beloved. Now ~that which is above 84 2, 70 | rejoices at being united to the beloved. Now ~charity has always 85 2, 70 | rejoice perfectly in the beloved ~good, if one is disturbed 86 2, 80 | to an apprehension of the beloved." ~It also happens, through 87 2, 87 | before the bow, ~that Thy beloved may be delivered."~Aquin.: 88 2, 111 | He hath graced us in His beloved son." And with regard to 89 2, 14 | the truth is, in itself, beloved by all; and ~yet, accidentally 90 2, 16 | union ~between lover and beloved, while hope denotes a movement 91 2, 24 | of ~the lover towards the beloved, wherefore from the moment 92 2, 24 | OBJ 3: Further, good is beloved by all, as Dionysius states ( 93 2, 25 | from the union of lover and beloved: and ~therefore we should 94 2, 25 | and works the good of the beloved, while the ~beloved takes 95 2, 25 | the beloved, while the ~beloved takes a passive part in 96 2, 26 | between the ~lover and the beloved, in as much as the lover 97 2, 26 | much as the lover deems the beloved as ~somewhat united to him, 98 2, 26 | a certain union with the beloved, which union is not denoted ~ 99 2, 26 | something between lover ~and beloved, when we ask whether God 100 2, 27 | to love and desire the ~beloved good, and to rejoice in 101 2, 32 | effects as are naturally beloved of all, among which ~are 102 2, 38 | revenging ~yourselves, my dearly beloved, but give place unto wrath." 103 2, 42 | proportion of love to the thing beloved, as shown ~above (Q[25], 104 2, 43 | is without mortal sin, is beloved of God; since ~he has charity, 105 2, 62 | yourselves, my dearly ~beloved." Therefore its result, 106 2, 80 | himself ~and gives him to the beloved." Therefore devotion is 107 2, 115 | the ~liberal are the most beloved." Therefore liberality is 108 2, 115 | whereby a liberal man is beloved is not that ~which is based 109 2, 116 | charity which rests in the beloved object, violence to justice, ~ 110 2, 121 | for the sake of the object beloved": and (Music. vi) he ~says 111 2, 121 | just and brave men are most beloved, because they are most ~ 112 2, 143 | beautiful and the good are beloved by all." Wherefore ~the 113 2, 150 | a virgin's, since she is beloved of her King, ~approved by 114 2, 155 | meekness, and thou shalt be ~beloved above the glory of men": 115 2, 182 | Godlike union and a perfection beloved of God" [*Cf. Q[180], A[ 116 2, 184 | united to the perfection beloved of Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 117 2, 184 | is the meaning that My beloved hath wrought much wickedness 118 2, 186 | unity and the perfection beloved of God." Therefore seemingly ~ 119 3, 7 | He hath graced us in His beloved Son"; thus we might say ~ 120 3, 39 | heaven, ~saying: This is My beloved Son in whom I am well pleased."~ 121 3, 39 | heard saying: "'This is My beloved Son,' that we might know, 122 3, 45 | voice, saying, "This is My beloved ~Son," was fittingly added?~ 123 3, 45 | voice, saying, ~"This is My beloved Son," was not fittingly 124 3, 46 | Christ laid down His most beloved life for the good of charity, 125 3, 79 | be inebriated, my dearly beloved."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 126 Suppl, 65| impatient of sharing the beloved," it ~would seem to be contrary 127 Suppl, 65| certain men who were most beloved of God, for instance Abraham 128 Suppl, 92| of the ~distance of the beloved: for which reason it will 129 Suppl, 95| all goodness and beauty is beloved of all." But this is God.


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