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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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promised

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1 1, 12 | equality with angels is promised to men as ~their beatitude.~ 2 1, 24 | Apoc. 3:5) (and what is promised to ~holy men, is not merely 3 1, 26 | self-sufficiency, which is promised by ~riches; in place of 4 1, 62 | equality with angels is promised to the saints. ~Now the 5 1, 66 | angels, equality with whom is promised to the saints. It was ~fitting, 6 1, 63 | equality with angels is promised to the saints. ~Now the 7 1, 67 | angels, equality with whom is promised to the saints. It was ~fitting, 8 1, 88 | by the fact that the Lord promised to king Josias that ~he 9 1, 93 | of merit, what had been promised to him as a reward.~Aquin.: 10 1, 96 | Further, immortality is promised to man as a reward, according 11 1, 96 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The promised reward of the immortality 12 1, 113 | there is as regards man the promised recompense, to be gained 13 2, 3 | only as men." ~But God has promised us perfect happiness, when 14 2, 3 | that "contemplation is ~promised us, as being the goal of 15 2, 4 | do them." But the ~reward promised to the saints is not only 16 2, 4 | Happiness. For that which is promised the saints for reward, belongs 17 2, 4 | But external goods are promised the saints; for instance, 18 2, 69 | even of an angel, which is promised to us after this ~life."~ 19 2, 69 | in God. Hence Our ~Lord promised the kingdom of heaven to 20 2, 69 | themselves. Hence Our Lord promised the meek a ~secure and peaceful 21 2, 69 | goods. Wherefore Our Lord promised those who hunger after justice, 22 2, 69 | s misery. Hence Our Lord promised the ~merciful that they 23 2, 69 | hence the clean of heart are promised that they shall see God. ~ 24 2, 69 | Hence, as a reward, ~he is promised the glory of the Divine 25 2, 69 | the kingdom of heaven is promised to the poor in spirit, as ~ 26 2, 69 | in ~their bodies, it is promised as regards the glory of 27 2, 98 | accomplish His word, which He ~promised by oath to thy fathers Abraham, 28 2, 98 | people, on account of the promised made to their fathers that 29 2, 103 | who says: "It is no longer promised that He shall be born, ~ 30 2, 105 | among those which had ~been promised to them. When they had taken 31 2, 105 | neighboring cities which had been ~promised to them, all were ordered 32 2, 106 | Further, Our Lord (Jn. 16:13) promised His disciples the ~knowledge 33 2, 106 | apostles: just as Our Lord promised them a second time (Acts 34 2, 107 | ceremonial actions, and promised it ~in words. And in this 35 2, 107 | Law gives what the Old Law promised, according to 2 Cor. ~1: 36 2, 108 | indissoluble Matrimony. He promised Confirmation ~through the 37 2, 114 | under merit. For what is ~promised to some as a reward of justice, 38 2, 114 | Now, temporal ~goods were promised in the Old Law as the reward 39 2, 10 | fails to fulfil what he has promised, sins more grievously than 40 2, 10 | grievously than if ~he had never promised it. In this way the unbelief 41 2, 10 | may fulfil what ~they have promised, and hold what they, at 42 2, 26 | tends: hence a reward is promised to him that ~loves God ( 43 2, 76 | stranger": nay more, it is even promised as a reward for the observance ~ 44 2, 76 | Para. 2/2~Where we find it promised to them as a reward, "Thou 45 2, 76 | Accordingly ~the Jews are promised in reward an abundance of 46 2, 83 | vows, whereby something is promised ~to Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 47 2, 84 | account of the favor of the promised land given by God, but also 48 2, 86 | vows, whereby something is promised to God. Under ~this head 49 2, 86 | not to ~perform the things promised."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 50 2, 86 | and shalt do as thou hast promised ~to the Lord thy God, and 51 2, 86 | directing of the thing promised to the person to whom the 52 2, 86 | reason also of the thing promised, which ~is the matter of 53 2, 86 | to fulfil what one has promised to the saints or one's superiors.~ 54 2, 87 | than refuse what he had promised."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 55 2, 87 | bound to fulfil what he has promised in His ~name. This obligation 56 2, 87 | truth that which he has promised by oath to do in the future.~ 57 2, 87 | ad 2). Sometimes what is ~promised on oath is doubtfully right 58 2, 87 | however, that which is promised under oath is ~manifestly 59 2, 95 | the ~land which God had promised him. Again Gedeon asked 60 2, 95 | for a sign of the ~victory promised to him (Judges 6:36, sqq.). 61 2, 98 | for the money, received or promised, at which ~that service 62 2, 98 | transaction, ~by paying what was promised.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 63 2, 108 | to fulfill what one has promised. Yet ~one is not bound to 64 2, 108 | your faith when you have promised ill." Therefore not every ~ 65 2, 108 | reasons. First, if ~he has promised something evidently unlawful, 66 2, 108 | in promising - since he promised what he had in his mind, 67 2, 108 | Corinth, whither he had promised to ~go (2 Cor. 1), did not 68 2, 116 | prepare this blessing before promised, to be ~ready, so as a blessing, 69 2, 120 | Reply OBJ 4: A long life is promised to those who honor their 70 2, 130 | and in Holy Writ glory is promised for good works, according 71 2, 130 | it is this glory that is promised as a reward for good works, 72 2, 139 | knowledge: wherefore the devil promised man knowledge, ~saying ( 73 2, 152 | rape of a maiden who is promised in marriage is to be ~judged 74 2, 152 | that of one who is not so promised. For one who ~is promised 75 2, 152 | promised. For one who ~is promised in marriage must be restored 76 2, 152 | whereas one that is not ~promised to another must first of 77 2, 152 | to refer to those who are promised to ~others in marriage, 78 2, 159 | things, heavenly things are ~promised: thus heavenly treasures 79 2, 159 | thus heavenly treasures are promised to those who despise ~earthly 80 2, 159 | heavenly consolations are promised to those who despise worldly ~ 81 2, 159 | way spiritual uplifting is promised to ~humility, not that humility 82 2, 161 | the devil in ~tempting man promised him knowledge (Gn. 3:5). 83 2, 172 | punishment than to withdraw promised blessings.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 178 | contemplation of God is promised us as being the goal of 85 2, 179 | the likeness to the angels promised to us as regards the ~administering 86 2, 187 | sickness and emotional fervour, promised to become a monk. He ~did 87 3, 16 | Rm. 1:2,3): "Which He had promised before by His prophets in 88 3, 19 | who know Him. Hence it is promised as a ~reward to such as 89 3, 36 | Epiphany: "To Abraham was ~promised an innumerable progeny, 90 3, 44 | that He was ~"the Christ promised in the Law," wherefore it 91 3, 44 | This is the sign which He ~promised to them who sought for one 92 3, 45 | Further, Christ's glory is promised as a reward to all the ~ 93 3, 47 | that He was the Christ promised in the Law: for they saw 94 3, 47 | knew Him to be the Christ promised in the Law, but the ~words 95 3, 53 | upon the righteous as is promised to us in the end; and if 96 3, 53 | the resurrection which is ~promised at the end when we shall 97 3, 55 | His constant presence He promised them comfort ~in another 98 3, 55 | Father, and which He ~has promised to them that love Him. Although 99 3, 70 | father of Christ Who was ~promised to him: and for this reason 100 3, 72 | instituted by ~Christ when He promised His disciples the Holy Ghost. 101 3, 72 | I answer that, Our Lord promised His faithful (Mt. 18:20) 102 Suppl, 11| must be kept in the way promised, as though ~one had the 103 Suppl, 17| Gospel, whereby ~the keys are promised to Peter (Mt. 16:19), so 104 Suppl, 19| gift of the Holy Ghost is promised. But wicked men ~have not 105 Suppl, 29| Christ, before His Passion, promised the mission ~of the Holy 106 Suppl, 43| religion. For if I have promised a thing to someone I ~cannot 107 Suppl, 46| marriage, ~since what is promised in the future is not done 108 Suppl, 47| appeal to the judge, if he promised not to ask for ~restitution. 109 Suppl, 47| from the land which ~was promised to the seed of the patriarchs. 110 Suppl, 53| the person to whom it is promised, ~wherefore a thing does 111 Suppl, 53| the reason ~that he has promised it. Since then a simple 112 Suppl, 53| surrender of that which is ~promised; while an oath does not 113 Suppl, 59| were a Jewess, unless she promised to be converted. This is 114 Suppl, 77| the elect, to whom it was promised (Lk. 21:18) that not a hair 115 Suppl, 84| equality with whom is ~promised us after the resurrection ( 116 Suppl, 86| whom judiciary power is promised (Mt. 19:28) will judge in 117 Suppl, 86| voluntary poverty. For it was promised to none but the twelve apostles ~( 118 Suppl, 86| excellence of judicial power is promised to the poor, so ~that he 119 Suppl, 86| this same power is not ~promised to all who are voluntarily 120 Suppl, 86| equality with the angels is promised the saints after ~this life ( 121 Suppl, 86| Equality with angels is promised to men as regards the ~essential 122 Suppl, 87| Further, that which is promised as a reward to the righteous 123 Suppl, 87| the unrighteous. Now it is promised as a reward to the ~righteous 124 Suppl, 89| equality ~with the angels is promised to men (Mt. 22:30): "They . . . 125 Suppl, 89| in the flesh ~(which is promised to the saints after the


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