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vocally 2
vocation 3
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123 serve
123 subjection
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122 accomplished
122 blasphemy
122 conversion
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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voice

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | shape of a dove, and the voice of the Father ~was heard, " 2 1, 27 | signified by the word of the voice.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 3 1, 32 | generation. The mind ~fails, the voice is silent." But the trinity 4 1, 34 | of the word spoken by the voice; and this proceeds from 5 1, 43 | regeneration; ~hence the Father's voice spoke, "This is My beloved 6 1, 51 | for it is ~produced by the voice, while the voice itself 7 1, 51 | by the voice, while the voice itself is a sound conveyed 8 1, 43 | regeneration; ~hence the Father's voice spoke, "This is My beloved 9 1, 52 | for it is ~produced by the voice, while the voice itself 10 1, 52 | by the voice, while the voice itself is a sound conveyed 11 1, 106 | some sensible sign, as by voice, or gesture, or some ~bodily 12 1, 106 | External speech, made by the voice, is a necessity for us ~ 13 1, 106 | mentioned is not a bodily voice raised by reason of ~the 14 2, 35 | the external movements the voice is the best ~expression 15 2, 44 | require to find a vent in the ~voice: for which reason those 16 2, 99 | If thou wilt hear the voice of the Lord thy God . . . 17 2, 101 | therein, thanksgiving and the voice of praise."~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 103 | naught but "thanksgiving and voice of ~praise" (Is. 51:3). 19 2, 105 | people would not hear the voice of Samuel." ~It may happen, 20 2, 108 | If thou wilt hear the ~voice of the Lord thy God . . . 21 2, 108 | 10:27: "My sheep hear My voice . . . and ~they follow Me."~ 22 2, 1 | thus: "Your ~passion, your voice, your look, have struck 23 2, 36 | accompanied by raising of the voice. But ~the voice is raised 24 2, 36 | raising of the voice. But ~the voice is raised on account of 25 2, 36 | speaking puts on a loud ~voice, for the purpose of impugning 26 2, 36 | source as the raising of the voice.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[38] A[ 27 2, 65 | according to Gn. 4:10, "The voice ~of thy brother's blood 28 2, 65 | gloss on Gn. 4:10, "The voice of thy brother's blood," 29 2, 66 | any one sin, and hear the ~voice of one swearing, and is 30 2, 73 | whom hast thou exalted thy voice?" ~and he replies: "Against 31 2, 81 | cried to the Lord with my ~voice, with my voice I made supplication 32 2, 81 | with my ~voice, with my voice I made supplication to the 33 2, 81 | prayers even in a loud voice, so that they may come to 34 2, 81 | it be vocal. And yet the voice is ~employed in such like 35 2, 81 | her heart." Secondly, the voice is used in praying as ~though 36 2, 89 | to be sung not with the ~voice but with the heart. Nor 37 2, 89 | A[1]), the praise of the voice is ~necessary in order to 38 2, 89 | to be more moved by the voice than ~by the words sung, 39 2, 89 | appropriate measure in the voice, and singing, by ~some hidden 40 2, 94 | which will not hear the voice of the charmers, nor of 41 2, 96 | anyone sin, and hear the ~voice of one swearing falsely [*' 42 2, 102 | humbly give way to another's voice, we ~overcome ourselves 43 2, 113 | praise, so that whom the voice of the flatterer upraises, 44 2, 127 | that ~his gait is slow, his voice deep, and his utterance 45 2, 139 | the stag, or to hear its voice, in relation to his ~food. 46 2, 159 | words, and not to be loud of voice"; the ~third is "not to 47 2, 160 | and not to be loud of ~voice": to this is opposed "frivolity 48 2, 166 | 18): "The sound of the voice and ~the gesture of the 49 2, 172 | Moses. The fifth kind is a voice from heaven, as ~that which 50 2, 172 | the fourth place - or a ~"voice" sounding from without and 51 2, 172 | in the fifth place - or a voice proceeding from a man, conveying ~ 52 2, 172 | 23): "He lifted up ~his voice from the earth in prophecy 53 2, 175 | hearers, in vain does the voice of the teacher resound in 54 2, 176 | day, the Lord obeying the voice of a man."~Aquin.: SMT SS 55 3, 38 | Scripture, saying: "I am the voice of one crying in the ~wilderness," 56 3, 38 | upon Him, and again by the voice of ~the Father bearing witness 57 3, 39 | real animal?~(8) Of the voice of the Father witnessing 58 3, 39 | baptized that the Father's voice ~should be heard, bearing 59 3, 39 | baptized for ~the Father's voice to be heard bearing witness 60 3, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the voice gives expression to the 61 3, 39 | unfittingly ~manifested by a voice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 62 3, 39 | Therefore the Father's voice should have ~proclaimed 63 3, 39 | written (Mt. 3:17): "Behold a voice from heaven, ~saying: This 64 3, 39 | of a dove: the Father's voice is heard bearing ~witness 65 3, 39 | should be manifested by a voice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 66 3, 39 | Father is manifested by the voice, only as producing ~the 67 3, 39 | only as producing ~the voice or speaking by it. And since 68 3, 39 | should be manifested by a voice, because the ~voice designates 69 3, 39 | by a voice, because the ~voice designates the word. Wherefore 70 3, 39 | word. Wherefore the very voice to which the Father ~gave 71 3, 39 | God, so neither does the ~voice belong to the Nature of 72 3, 39 | His," i.e. the ~Father's, "voice at any time, nor seen His 73 3, 39 | them that God has neither ~voice nor shape, but is above 74 3, 39 | so also they formed the voice: yet the Father alone as 75 3, 39 | speaking ~is manifested by the voice, just as the Son alone assumed 76 3, 39 | on Him, and the Father's voice was ~heard saying: "'This 77 3, 39 | and that the ~Father's voice declares us to have become 78 3, 45 | testimony of the Father's voice.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 79 3, 45 | testimony of the Father's voice, saying, "This is My beloved ~ 80 3, 45 | testimony of the Father's voice, saying, ~"This is My beloved 81 3, 45 | time." But the Father's voice had testified to this at 82 3, 45 | same time as the Father's voice was heard. But this did 83 3, 45 | Nevertheless, ~the Father's voice did not then command men 84 3, 45 | could not bear the Father's ~voice; for it is written (Mt. 85 3, 45 | Therefore the Father's voice ~should not have been addressed 86 3, 45 | thing twice in a bodily voice, yet not for the same purpose, 87 3, 45 | made Himself known in the voice; ~so also in the transfiguration, 88 3, 45 | appears - the Father in the voice, the ~Son in the man, the 89 3, 45 | fall ~down on hearing the voice of the Father, to show that 90 3, 47 | crying out, with a loud voice, He yielded up the ghost" ( 91 3, 47 | to cry out with a ~loud voice: and hence His death should 92 3, 51 | their graves shall hear the ~voice of the Son of God . . . 93 3, 59 | their graves shall hear the voice of the Son of God."~Aquin.: 94 3, 60 | the ~outward sound of the voice, "but because it is believed" 95 3, 62 | effect; thus in the ~very voice which is perceived by the 96 3, 66 | viz. the Father in the voice, the Son in the ~human nature, 97 3, 73 | vii), that he heard the voice of ~Christ as it were saying 98 3, 83 | crying out with a loud ~voice He gave up the ghost (Mt. 99 3, 84 | written (Jer. 31:16): "Let thy voice cease from weeping, and 100 3, 89 | sound of a harp, a dead voice. Accordingly, the ~difference 101 Suppl, 9 | speak to him with his own voice. But he could make his conscience ~ 102 Suppl, 36| higher orders), but merely to voice the words. ~Therefore he 103 Suppl, 55| he should be allowed to voice his accusation. In this 104 Suppl, 71| praying for Trajan, heard a voice from heaven saying to him: " 105 Suppl, 71| him: "I ~have heard thy voice, and I pardon Trajan": and 106 Suppl, 72| says ~in Ps. 28:7, "The voice of the Lord divideth the 107 Suppl, 72| the graves ~shall hear the voice of the Son of God . . . 108 Suppl, 73| 34, "He will give to His voice the voice of power," says: " 109 Suppl, 73| will give to His voice the voice of power," says: "to arouse ~ 110 Suppl, 73| the graves shall ~hear the voice of the Son of God . . . 111 Suppl, 73| hear ~shall live." Now this voice is called the trumpet, as 112 Suppl, 73| will be literally Christ's voice commanding ~the resurrection, 113 Suppl, 73| Son of God is called His voice, because ~as soon as He 114 Suppl, 73| command, is called His voice: which voice, whatever it 115 Suppl, 73| called His voice: which voice, whatever it be, is sometimes ~ 116 Suppl, 73| from heaven . . . with the voice of an archangel . . . and 117 Suppl, 73| the angels is called their voice, according ~to one explanation 118 Suppl, 73| appointed: so that this voice can be ascribed ~either 119 Suppl, 79| How it is possible for the voice to ~give sound there, we 120 Suppl, 85| He ~will speak with the voice of the body, so as to be 121 Suppl, 86| because you believe not his voice," ~according to a gloss, 122 Suppl, 86| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the voice of the Judge is most terrible 123 Suppl, 94| Hom. i in Ps. 28:7, "The voice of the Lord divideth ~the


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