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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 22 | it is that a species is kept in ~existence. Since God, 2 1, 34 | of the Word, things are kept in being, as also ~by the 3 1, 56 | old translation might be kept in this respect, that the ~ 4 1, 63 | rule of the superior be not kept. Such is precisely the sin ~ 5 1, 68 | gravity of water, it is kept in its place ~above the 6 1, 74 | done." If, then, He had kept back His next work to another 7 1, 57 | old translation might be kept in this respect, that the ~ 8 1, 64 | rule of the superior be not kept. Such is precisely the sin ~ 9 1, 69 | gravity of water, it is kept in its place ~above the 10 1, 73 | done." If, then, He had kept back His next work to another 11 1, 88 | intelligible species are not ~kept in the passive intellect. 12 1, 92 | we find first the species kept in the ~memory; secondly, 13 1, 101 | nature. Nor would man have kept paradise ~against a trespasser; 14 1, 103 | Whether creatures need to be kept in existence by God?~(2) 15 1, 103 | Whether creatures need to be kept in being by God?~Aquin.: 16 1, 103 | creatures do not need to be kept in being by ~God. For what 17 1, 103 | not-be, does not need to be kept in being; just as ~that 18 1, 103 | depart, does not need to be kept from departing. But ~some 19 1, 103 | all ~creatures need to be kept in being by God. The middle 20 1, 103 | cause His creature to ~be kept in being, after He has ceased 21 1, 103 | Therefore creatures are not kept in being by God.~Aquin.: 22 1, 103 | say that creatures are ~kept in being by God. To make 23 1, 103 | nothingness were it not kept ~in being by the operation 24 1, 103 | 3: Further, an effect is kept in being by the cause, not 25 1, 103 | the contrary, A thing is kept in being by that which gives 26 2, 2 | riches" are sometimes "kept to the ~hurt of the owner"; 27 2, 4 | finished my course, I have kept the faith; as to the rest 28 2, 29 | the laws were very well kept, because of the ~godliness 29 2, 53 | as it were, cut off or kept back by frequent use of 30 2, 69 | virtue, so that they are kept ~within the bounds appointed 31 2, 82 | sensitive appetite is ~not kept subject to reason by the 32 2, 96 | gates of the city are to be kept closed, this is ~good for 33 2, 98 | the faith came, ~we were kept under the law shut up [conclusi], 34 2, 102 | testimony, that it may be kept there for a ~token of the 35 2, 102 | of Israel." The manna was kept in the ~ark to remind them 36 2, 102 | gomor ~of it, and let it be kept unto generations to come 37 2, 102 | wherefore this feast was kept at the new moon: and not 38 2, 102 | other three feasts were kept in the seventh month, nearly ~ 39 2, 102 | following feast which was kept on the tenth day. This was 40 2, 102 | or of "Tents," which was kept for seven ~days, to commemorate 41 2, 102 | that men should not be kept away from worshipping God 42 2, 105 | concerning things given to be ~kept, that He would preserve 43 2, 105 | safeguard, because they are kept in the ~fields, and do not 44 2, 105 | restore the animal, since he ~kept it alive. Again, we might 45 2, 106 | the laws ~were very well kept, and at other times were 46 2, 107 | who ~affirmed that he had kept all the precepts of the 47 2, 109 | perseverance, that he may be kept from evil till the ~end 48 2, 5 | motives, and thus one can be kept without ~another; or to 49 2, 30 | gotten, and may not be kept by the person who has obtained 50 2, 31 | who had secretly "by fraud kept back the price of the land," ~ 51 2, 41 | spiritually, without being kept back ~somewhat from advancing 52 2, 53 | piece of land, and by fraud kept ~back part of the price 53 2, 53 | 34-37) that the Apostles kept the price of the land, which 54 2, 59 | use, but that it may be kept safe, as in a "deposit," 55 2, 60 | this ~commandment to be kept now, because since the coming 56 2, 60 | deposited in a safe place ~to be kept for him, and the owner should 57 2, 62 | Divine justice sinners are kept back for repentance, ~according 58 2, 76 | good compact whereby he kept ~his word. If however he 59 2, 86 | case the vow ~must not be kept. It was thus with the vow 60 2, 86 | these are more fittingly kept or disregarded according 61 2, 86 | be ridiculed rather than kept.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 62 2, 86 | been happier, hadst thou kept thy vow." ~Therefore it 63 2, 86 | case a vow is not to be kept, ~he would seem not to be 64 2, 86 | since a vow need not be kept if it have an ~evil result ( 65 2, 87 | believed this truth and kept it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] 66 2, 87 | wherefore an oath must not be kept ~when it involves a sin 67 2, 87 | made to him should ~not be kept. The other is an obligation 68 2, 87 | understood to ~have already kept his promise to him when 69 2, 99 | have not known. These have kept Thy ~word." Now a man who 70 2, 104 | not be preserved, if one kept another's property without ~ 71 2, 139 | whereby lust and desire are ~kept under control."~Aquin.: 72 2, 145 | appoint certain fasts to be kept by all in common. In doing 73 2, 145 | Ember days, are unfittingly kept in the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 145 | all, both ~because it is kept in imitation of Christ, 75 2, 186 | Judas, and in which were kept the things that ~were offered 76 2, 186 | orders took their origin kept the price of the ~lands, 77 2, 186 | have a ~purse, wherein He kept the money that was collected? 78 2, 187 | man who said that he had kept the ~commandments "from 79 2, 187 | says: 'All these have I kept from my youth.' For if he 80 2, 187 | hand, it is true that he kept the commandments ~imperfectly 81 2, 187 | But he says that he has kept these things, namely the ~ 82 3, 3 | incarnate many have been kept back from the true ~knowledge 83 3, 4 | the covenant ~should be kept, as is written (Gn. 17:11).~ 84 3, 8 | calleth himself the Door. He ~kept this for Himself alone." 85 3, 13 | charged His mighty works to be kept secret, He gave an example 86 3, 14 | these infirmities men were ~kept back from knowing Him, according 87 3, 15 | beatitude was economically kept in the soul, so as ~not 88 3, 15 | of contemplation was ~so kept in the mind as not to overflow 89 3, 27 | feast of her Conception, is kept on the day of her conception.~ 90 3, 27 | according to Lk. 2:19: "But Mary kept all these ~words, pondering 91 3, 36 | His birth, on which day is kept the feast of the ~Epiphany. 92 3, 46 | when the old Pasch was kept." And this ~appears to tally 93 3, 46 | quite ~clear that Christ kept the supper on the fourteenth 94 3, 47 | own will His bodily nature kept ~its vigor to the end, so 95 3, 52 | understood the ~obstacles which kept the holy Fathers from quitting 96 3, 52 | Fathers, the children were kept in hell simply because of 97 3, 54 | But ~some of His blood is kept as relics in various churches. 98 3, 54 | says on Lk. 24:40 that He kept His scars not from ~inability 99 3, 54 | ii): "Christ knew why He kept the ~scars in His body. 100 3, 59 | the form of God should be kept for the good ~alone."~Aquin.: 101 3, 72 | who comes to die, having ~kept unsullied the innocence 102 3, 74 | ignorance or simplicity, has not kept this usage," i.e. of mixing ~ 103 3, 78 | primitive Church had to be kept concealed, ~as Dionysius 104 3, 80 | energumens. But such persons are kept from even ~beholding this 105 3, 80 | suffer great loss in being kept back from receiving ~this 106 3, 83 | or, as when no feast is kept, ~at the hour of Sext, when 107 3, 83 | that dedications are to be kept up for eight ~days, you 108 3, 83 | means the living;~What is kept, those at rest."~Aquin.: 109 3, 83 | this world. while the part kept outside the chalice ~denotes 110 3, 83 | the consecrated hosts are kept so long that they become ~ 111 3, 83 | death, ~but it ought to be kept in a suitable vessel with 112 Suppl, 11| done the secret must be kept in the way promised, as 113 Suppl, 17| God alone, wherefore He kept this key to Himself. But 114 Suppl, 21| those helps whereby he was kept ~out of evil, he may acknowledge 115 Suppl, 65| God. Now the faith to be kept with God ~is of greater 116 Suppl, 65| import than the faith to be kept with a wife, which is ~reckoned 117 Suppl, 65| an ~injury if he had not kept his promise.~Aquin.: SMT 118 Suppl, 72| now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto 119 Suppl, 72| that ~those heavens are "kept in store unto fire," which 120 Suppl, 72| reduced to naught, but will be kept for eternity, that they 121 Suppl, 72| their bodies ~will not be kept whole, as were the bodies 122 Suppl, 93| so far as virginity is ~kept for God's sake at the command 123 Suppl, 94| kindled by human endeavor, nor kept alive with fuel, but once ~ 124 Suppl, 94| needs no kindling, nor is kept alive by fuel. But ~the 125 Suppl, 94| 2: This fire of ours is kept alive with fuel, and is


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