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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prepared

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | Thee, what things Thou hast prepared for them that wait for ~ 2 1, 12 | exceeds its nature, ~must be prepared by some disposition above 3 1, 12 | form of fire, it must be prepared by some ~disposition for 4 1, 12 | the one desiring apt and prepared to receive the object desired. 5 1, 19 | contingently, but because God prepared ~contingent causes for them, 6 1, 22 | of being. And thus it has prepared for some things ~necessary 7 1, 23 | is something in the thing prepared. But ~predestination is 8 1, 23 | and this is in the thing prepared; and of the agent to action, ~ 9 1, 23 | God from all eternity ~prepared by predestination, conceiving 10 1, 23 | of mercy, which He hath prepared unto glory" and (2 Tim. 11 1, 48 | dispositions whereby the ~matter is prepared for actuality; which the 12 1, 63 | everlasting fire, which was ~prepared for the devil and his angels" ( 13 1, 49 | dispositions whereby the ~matter is prepared for actuality; which the 14 1, 64 | everlasting fire, which was ~prepared for the devil and his angels" ( 15 1, 107 | since thereby the way is ~prepared for the announcements of 16 2, 5 | will. But final Happiness prepared for the saints, ~surpasses 17 2, 5 | man, what things God hath prepared for them that love Him." ~ 18 2, 62 | man, what things God hath prepared for ~them that love Him." 19 2, 98 | come through Christ, ~was prepared for all nations, yet it 20 2, 101 | His worshippers are duly prepared to worship Him: thus too 21 2, 102 | invitation whereby they prepared themselves to ~keep the 22 2, 102 | the feasts of their idols prepared the ~flesh of kids in this 23 2, 105 | possession of the good things prepared for them; and also lest 24 2, 108 | teaches that man should be prepared ~in his mind to suffer yet 25 2, 108 | binding "the mind to be prepared to fulfil them," as Augustine ~ 26 2, 108 | for instance, that man be prepared to do good to his enemies, ~ 27 2, 109 | the will of man should be prepared with grace by God.~Aquin.: 28 2, 109 | the first, whereby it is prepared to operate rightly and to 29 2, 109 | will may be taken ~to be prepared for the gift of habitual 30 2, 112 | written (Amos 4:12): "Be prepared to meet thy ~God, O Israel," 31 2, 112 | free-will, whereby anyone is prepared for receiving ~the gift 32 2, 112 | said that man's will is prepared by God, and that ~man's 33 2, 112 | did not wish, nor was ~he prepared, to receive it. But if the 34 2, 112 | however much the clay is prepared, it does not necessarily ~ 35 2, 112 | since he who is better prepared for grace, receives more ~ 36 2, 112 | inasmuch as his free-will is ~prepared by God. Hence the first 37 2, 2 | them, in so far as he is prepared ~to believe whatever is 38 2, 5 | article of faith, is not prepared to follow the teaching of 39 2, 5 | believe ~all, while he is prepared to believe all, has that 40 2, 6 | but man's will needs to be prepared by God with grace, in order 41 2, 17 | everlasting fire, which was prepared for the devil and ~his angels." 42 2, 18 | drives away fear which had prepared a place for it."~Aquin.: 43 2, 24 | in respect of our being prepared in mind, namely, that we ~ 44 2, 24 | regards the mind being ~prepared to do so, as explained above ( 45 2, 27 | man, what things God hath prepared for them that love Him" ( 46 2, 29 | doing good to someone, to be prepared in mind to do good to ~anyone 47 2, 34 | goods to come, which are prepared for good ~men. Wherefore 48 2, 38 | ambushes or deceptions to be prepared for ~himself, it seems that 49 2, 41 | namely, that man should be prepared, if it be expedient, to 50 2, 64 | beforehand to ~the play he prepared the way for others: but 51 2, 70 | to say, a man ought to be prepared to do so if ~necessary. 52 2, 70 | bound to hold our minds ~prepared to submit to be reviled, 53 2, 81 | mind, so that a man must be prepared to love his enemy even in 54 2, 81 | whose mind is ~sufficiently prepared for devotion without having 55 2, 81 | Sometimes, however, a sinner is prepared to forgive those who ~have 56 2, 105 | repay it, provided he be prepared to do so if ~he knew. It 57 2, 121 | most ~difficult to bear, is prepared, in consequence, to resist 58 2, 121 | it is not ~possible to be prepared for the future in the case 59 2, 121 | suffices not only to make us prepared for action but also to ~ 60 2, 122 | sense that man ought to be prepared to do such and such a ~thing, 61 2, 138 | in ~the sense that man be prepared to fulfil them when necessary, 62 2, 146 | its quality, he seeks food prepared too nicely - i.e. "daintily"; 63 2, 150 | virginity, his mind being so prepared that he has the ~purpose 64 2, 150 | as a poor man may be so prepared in mind ~as to have the 65 2, 150 | as a prosperous man is so prepared in ~mind as to purpose bearing 66 2, 150 | so disposed, that ~he was prepared to observe virginity, if 67 2, 150 | the married person is more prepared ~in mind to observe virginity, 68 2, 157 | as things when cooked and prepared are wont to have ~an agreeable 69 2, 162 | paradise, the way to which is prepared for man ~by Christ.~Aquin.: 70 2, 163 | everlasting fire, which was prepared for the devil and his ~angels." 71 2, 167 | him in harlot's ~attire, prepared to deceive souls."~Aquin.: 72 2, 169 | admonished in a prophetic vision, prepared to ~sacrifice his only-begotten 73 2, 173 | what things Thou hast ~prepared for them that love [Vulg.: ' 74 2, 182 | preparedness, in the sense of being prepared to ~renounce or give away 75 3, 22 | that is, into ~heaven - and prepared the way for us, that we 76 3, 27 | to which Baptism John prepared men by ~his baptism.~Aquin.: 77 3, 31 | process ~of elimination is prepared for conception, being, as 78 3, 31 | Virgin, this matter ~was prepared for Christ's conception. 79 3, 36 | considered the matter and prepared themselves for the journey, 80 3, 36 | Christ, and they were already prepared to die for ~Him.~Aquin.: 81 3, 38 | confer ~grace, but only prepared the way for grace; and this 82 3, 38 | order that they might be prepared for the baptism of Christ: 83 3, 38 | it behooved others to be prepared by ~John's baptism for the 84 3, 38 | Further, John's baptism prepared the way for Christ's. But ~ 85 3, 38 | Reply OBJ 3: John's baptism prepared the way not only for Christ 86 3, 42 | seems as though they were ~prepared to believe whatever He might 87 3, 46 | Lord's Passion, began to be prepared ~from the ninth hour of 88 3, 55 | Thee, what things Thou hast prepared for them ~that wait for 89 3, 55 | of the apostles unless He prepared the way ~for them in men' 90 3, 57 | our salvation. First, He prepared the way for our ascent into 91 3, 58 | but to them for whom it is prepared by ~My Father." But no purpose 92 3, 58 | saying this, unless it was ~prepared for some. Consequently, 93 3, 65 | Extreme Unction man ~is prepared for the immediate attainment 94 3, 65 | and Extreme Unction man is prepared to receive the ~Body of 95 3, 66 | Baptism of John," which prepared the ~way for our Baptism.~~ 96 3, 71 | Before Baptism ~man should be prepared by catechism, in order that 97 3, 73 | inasmuch as one refreshment is prepared ~therefrom.~Aquin.: SMT 98 3, 73 | OBJ 4: Further, a man is prepared by Baptism for the Eucharist, 99 3, 75 | subject, which sometimes is prepared ~successively for receiving 100 3, 78 | eternal heritage which is ~prepared by this testament. Moreover, 101 3, 81 | He both understood and prepared; yet differently from others 102 3, 83 | an ~ordinary supper-room prepared by the master of the house, 103 3, 83 | manifold labor with which it is prepared, to denote Christ's ~Passion.~ 104 3, 83 | after the people have been prepared and instructed, the next ~ 105 3, 83 | of all, the ~people are prepared for Communion; first, by 106 3, 83 | Secondly, the people are prepared by the "Pax" which is ~given 107 Suppl, 6 | that those who were being prepared by John's ~Baptism for the 108 Suppl, 37| 24). Because a person is prepared by ~absolution to receive 109 Suppl, 70| everlasting fire, which ~was prepared for the devil," etc. Therefore 110 Suppl, 70| 25:41) that this fire was prepared for the devil ~and his angels, 111 Suppl, 70| see ~the fire thereof as prepared for their punishment. Wherefore, 112 Suppl, 72| the coming ~judge, and be prepared for the judgment, being 113 Suppl, 72| hell: and this fire was prepared from the beginning of the 114 Suppl, 72| everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil," etc., and ( 115 Suppl, 72| Is. ~30:33): "Tophet is prepared from yesterday, prepared 116 Suppl, 72| prepared from yesterday, prepared by the king," etc., ~where 117 Suppl, 72| final ~conflagration was not prepared from the beginning, but 118 Suppl, 72| of the damned ~that was prepared from the beginning of the 119 Suppl, 74| the Church had a place prepared by God, that there she might 120 Suppl, 93| this ~power, and the better prepared the soil, the more plentiful 121 Suppl, 93| peculiar reward which He has prepared for ~His doctors." Therefore 122 Suppl, 96| everlasting fire, which is prepared for the devil and his angels." ~


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