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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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counsels

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1 1, 1 | condemned as false: "Destroying counsels and every height ~that exalteth 2 1, 82 | has free-will: otherwise counsels, exhortations, ~commands, 3 1, 112 | men are fearful, and our ~counsels uncertain." Thus man needs 4 2, 19 | intellect, in ~so far as it counsels and reasons about the means: 5 2, 57 | enough that he follow the counsels ~of prudent men.~Aquin.: 6 2, 57 | men are fearful, and our counsels uncertain." Therefore it ~ 7 2, 65 | is made by prudence, that counsels, ~judges, and commands in 8 2, 68 | the kind of works (as the counsels surpass the ~commandments), 9 2, 91 | men are ~fearful, and our counsels uncertain." Therefore no 10 2, 102 | regards the fulfilment of the ~counsels. Wherefore the whole was 11 2, 107 | the Law, by adding some counsels of perfection: ~this is 12 2, 108 | Whether it fittingly adds counsels to precepts?~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 108 | Whether certain definite counsels are fittingly proposed in 14 2, 108 | seem that certain definite counsels are not fittingly ~proposed 15 2, 108 | proposed in the New Law. For counsels are given about that which 16 2, 108 | Therefore certain ~definite counsels should not be proposed to 17 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, counsels regard a greater good. But 18 2, 108 | good. Therefore definite counsels should ~not be given.~Aquin.: 19 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, counsels pertain to the life of perfection. 20 2, 108 | Mt. 10). ~Therefore the counsels are unfittingly given in 21 2, 108 | 1/1~On the contrary, The counsels of a wise friend are of 22 2, 108 | the heart: and ~the good counsels of a friend rejoice the 23 2, 108 | greatest friend. Therefore His counsels are supremely useful ~and 24 2, 108 | is the law of liberty, counsels are added to the commandments, 25 2, 108 | forthwith: but that the counsels are about matters that render ~ 26 2, 108 | wherefore ~the evangelical counsels are given for this purpose.~ 27 2, 108 | possible, ~that the evangelical counsels consist. Moreover, every 28 2, 108 | in accordance with the ~counsels as they stand. But if a 29 2, 108 | so to do, he follows the ~counsels in that particular case. 30 2, 108 | way, too, all ~particular counsels may be reduced to these 31 2, 108 | three general and perfect ~counsels.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 32 2, 108 | Reply OBJ 1: The aforesaid counsels, considered in themselves, 33 2, 108 | proposing the evangelical ~counsels, always makes mention of 34 2, 108 | fitness for observing the ~counsels. For in giving the counsel 35 2, 108 | referred to the particular counsels, as stated above. As to 36 2, 108 | are not set down among the counsels.~ 37 2, 109 | men are ~fearful and our counsels uncertain." Hence we must 38 2, 30 | matter of precept. For the ~counsels are distinct from the precepts. 39 2, 33 | sin not ~to observe the counsels. Therefore it is not a mortal 40 2, 33 | difficulty which come under ~the counsels, is the effect of "faint-heartedness," 41 2, 41 | Now the observance of the ~counsels, and the bestowal of alms 42 2, 41 | Wherefore neither the counsels nor ~even the works of mercy 43 2, 41 | the observance of the counsels and the fulfilment of the 44 2, 41 | have vowed to keep the counsels, and of those whose duty 45 2, 42 | of charity to which the counsels are ~directed, is between 46 2, 45 | human reason, that "our counsels are uncertain" (Wis. ~9: 47 2, 48 | safety where there are many counsels." Now ~it belongs to prudence 48 2, 49 | through devising crafty ~counsels in order to achieve evil 49 2, 50 | men are fearful, and our counsels uncertain" (Wis. 9:14). 50 2, 76 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the counsels are not binding under sin. 51 2, 76 | under sin. But, among other ~counsels we find (Lk. 6:35): "Lend, 52 2, 76 | it ~is placed among the counsels. Yet it is a matter of precept 53 2, 86 | with a vow, ~fulfils two counsels, viz. the counsel to vow 54 2, 87 | and will make manifest the counsels of hearts" (1 Cor. 4:5). 55 2, 138 | excellence come under the counsels of perfection rather than 56 2, 138 | Wherefore, there was need of counsels, rather ~than of precepts 57 2, 150 | the Apostle who (1 Cor. 7) counsels virginity as the greater 58 2, 154 | passion before his reason counsels him. Now the impulse of ~ 59 2, 182 | chiefly in observing ~the counsels or the commandments?~(4) 60 2, 182 | commandments or of the counsels?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 61 2, 182 | commandments but of the counsels. For our Lord said ~(Mt. 62 2, 182 | Therefore perfection regards the counsels and not the precepts.~Aquin.: 63 2, 182 | the commandments but the counsels.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 64 2, 182 | in the ~observance of the counsels, all of which, like the 65 2, 182 | incompatible, whereas ~the counsels are directed to the removal 66 2, 182 | way of speaking that the ~counsels are means of attaining to 67 2, 184 | religious are bound to all the counsels?~(3) Whether voluntary poverty 68 2, 184 | is bound to keep all the counsels?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 69 2, 184 | is bound to keep all the ~counsels. For whoever professes a 70 2, 184 | is bound to keep all the ~counsels that pertain to the state 71 2, 184 | bound ~to fulfil all the counsels.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 72 2, 184 | perfection to ~fulfil all the counsels, it would seem enough to 73 2, 184 | life fulfil some of the ~counsels, for instance those who 74 2, 184 | perfection: and such are the counsels.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 75 2, 184 | himself to keep all ~the counsels, but to certain definite 76 2, 184 | Lk. 6:27), and to keep counsels of a like kind, which though ~ 77 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 3: There are some counsels such that if they be omitted, 78 2, 184 | bound to keep all such like counsels. Other ~counsels there are, 79 2, 184 | such like counsels. Other ~counsels there are, however, about 80 2, 186 | Further, the perfection of the counsels requires that one should ~ 81 2, 187 | the ~great things are the counsels which pertain to the perfection 82 2, 187 | the purpose of keeping the counsels, unless one be already ~ 83 2, 187 | commandments precede the counsels, because ~they are more 84 2, 187 | since whoever keeps the counsels keeps ~the commandments, 85 2, 187 | to the ~observance of the counsels in religion, without being 86 2, 187 | to the observance ~of the counsels. For it is stated (Lk. 5: 87 2, 187 | to the ~perfection of the counsels.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 88 2, 187 | that the perfection of the counsels is useful ~both to the innocent 89 2, 187 | of the commandments and counsels. These are the precepts 90 2, 187 | precepts of charity, ~and the counsels are directed to them, not 91 2, 187 | observed without keeping the counsels, but that the keeping of 92 2, 187 | that the keeping of the ~counsels conduces to the better observance 93 2, 187 | of charity precedes the counsels, and yet ~sometimes it follows 94 2, 187 | precepts, ~is compared to the counsels as the common to the proper, 95 2, 187 | precepts without observing the counsels, but not vice versa. ~Hence 96 2, 187 | the precepts precedes the counsels in the ~order of nature; 97 2, 187 | precepts apart from the counsels is directed to ~the observance 98 2, 187 | precepts together with the counsels; as an ~imperfect to a perfect 99 2, 187 | be ~observed without the counsels, and afterwards with the 100 2, 187 | and afterwards with the counsels, just as ~it is not necessary 101 3, 28 | But the perfection ~of the counsels was to take its beginning 102 3, 28 | also the ~observance of the counsels, which is an effect of God' 103 3, 59 | and will make manifest the counsels of the hearts." But this 104 Suppl, 39| slavery, for the ~Apostle counsels a man, if possible, rather 105 Suppl, 43| an agreement, since "our counsels are uncertain" (Wis. 9:14).~ 106 Suppl, 59| the contrary, The Apostle counsels him to remain (1 Cor. 7: 107 Suppl, 59| this is what the Apostle counsels (1 Cor. 7:12).~Aquin.: SMT 108 Suppl, 67| the ~Old in respect of the counsels, not only as regards those 109 Suppl, 74| and will make manifest the counsels of the hearts" (1 ~Cor. 110 Suppl, 93| But those who ~keep the counsels and commandments receive 111 Suppl, 93| OBJ 2: He who keeps the counsels and the commandments always ~ 112 Suppl, 93| keeps both commandments and counsels. For the most part, however,


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