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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 19 | 26), "How could anything endure, if ~Thou wouldst not?"~ 2 1, 64 | are without remission ~and endure for ever.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 64 | and wrestling with demons ~endure until then. Hence until 4 1, 65 | For ~corruptible creatures endure for ever as regards their 5 1, 65 | incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect to their substance, 6 1, 65 | those that are invisible endure for ever. Hence he said 7 1, 67 | nature which henceforth is to endure. We ~cannot, then, say that 8 1, 74 | that He had made were to endure, since ~they express a certain 9 1, 65 | are without remission ~and endure for ever.~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 65 | and wrestling with demons ~endure until then. Hence until 11 1, 66 | For ~corruptible creatures endure for ever as regards their 12 1, 66 | incorruptible ~creatures endure with respect to their substance, 13 1, 66 | those that are invisible endure for ever. Hence he said 14 1, 68 | nature which henceforth is to endure. We ~cannot, then, say that 15 1, 73 | that He had made were to endure, since ~they express a certain 16 2, 55 | it is able to overcome or endure more easily the weakness 17 2, 96 | nor ~is it established to endure for only a short time, but 18 2, 96 | the conscience . . . a man endure sorrows, suffering wrongfully."~ 19 2, 98 | OBJ 2: Those works of God endure for ever which God so made 20 2, 98 | so made that ~they would endure for ever; and these are 21 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly shall endure."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] 22 2, 18 | perhaps fear is said to endure for ever and ever, because 23 2, 23 | charity towards God can endure, though there be a mortal 24 2, 24 | much as we wish them to endure, to give glory to God and ~ 25 2, 24 | desire ~those spirits to endure, as to their natural gifts, 26 2, 25 | order of charity does not endure in ~heaven. For Augustine 27 2, 25 | this order of charity will endure in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT SS 28 2, 53 | being deceived, and ~to endure wrongs inflicted on them 29 2, 106 | not ~bear with them as to endure the wrongs they inflict 30 2, 121 | difficult to attack than to endure. Therefore endurance is 31 2, 121 | act on ~another, and to endure is to persevere unchangeably. 32 2, 121 | to attack rather than to endure.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 33 2, 121 | its ~mere negation. Now to endure is merely not to fear, whereas 34 2, 121 | brave chiefly because they endure affliction.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 121 | moderates daring, whereas to ~endure follows the repression of 36 2, 121 | principal act of fortitude is to endure, not only certain things 37 2, 121 | with ~them - but also to endure things unpleasant in respect 38 2, 122 | a body wherein you could endure suffering ~of Christ Who 39 2, 122 | act unjustly, one ought to endure it in moderation.~Aquin.: 40 2, 123 | dictates ~that we should endure rather than forfeit others 41 2, 123 | money; or if one were to endure evils of ~the body in order 42 2, 124 | removed, one is both brave to ~endure, and daring to attack. Therefore 43 2, 124 | The act of fortitude is to endure death without fear, and ~ 44 2, 126 | to be attempted, ~and to endure what reason says should 45 2, 134 | Patientia iii) that "men endure many toils and sorrows ~ 46 2, 134 | without the help of grace, endure many evils for the health 47 2, 134 | which one is willing to endure evils, is ~more desired 48 2, 134 | delights here and now, than to endure evils for the sake of goods 49 2, 134 | act of fortitude is ~to endure; and this belongs also to 50 2, 134 | sometimes a brave man does not endure evils patiently, but ~even 51 2, 134 | foremost and most difficult to endure are those that ~are connected 52 2, 134 | belongs to fortitude to endure, not anything indeed, but ~ 53 2, 134 | which is most difficult to endure, namely dangers of death: 54 2, 134 | may pertain to patience to endure any kind of evil.~Aquin.: 55 2, 134 | that a man may ~patiently endure evils pertaining to dangers 56 2, 134 | our own ~wrongs, but to endure God's wrongs patiently is 57 2, 135 | which are most difficult to endure ~long. Now it is difficult 58 2, 135 | Now it is difficult to endure, not good, but evil. And 59 2, 135 | it is not ~difficult to endure these things for a long 60 2, 135 | virtues whose acts must endure throughout the whole ~of 61 2, 135 | this so difficult as to endure ~dangers of death. Therefore 62 2, 135 | since it ~would no longer endure to the end.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 136 | difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we ~understand 64 2, 136 | more ~difficult for him to endure the lack of them. In another 65 2, 136 | delicate are ~those who cannot endure toils, nor anything that 66 2, 136 | effeminacy to be ~unable to endure toilsome things, so too 67 2, 138 | that they might bravely endure temporal evils, according 68 2, 139 | fortitude incites him to endure or withstand those ~things 69 2, 140 | it is more difficult to endure dangers of death than ~to 70 2, 145 | to which it belongs to endure hardships, and this seems 71 2, 145 | as a special virtue, to endure, not ~any kind of hardship, 72 2, 145 | the danger of death. To endure hardships resulting from 73 2, 152 | and beside thy wife never endure to know a ~crime." Now crime 74 2, 178 | intellect, wherefore it can endure after this life - and because 75 2, 178 | itself, wherefore its act can endure longer.~ 76 2, 179 | But the moral virtues endure after this life according 77 2, 179 | the more is it ~able to endure after this life. But the 78 2, 179 | than the contemplative to endure after this life.~Aquin.: 79 2, 186 | Chrysostom], "It is enough to endure the toil for ~necessary 80 3, 6 | about ~by some other may endure when the latter has gone; 81 3, 22 | priesthood of Christ does not endure for ~ever. For as stated 82 3, 22 | death of Christ will not endure ~for ever, as stated Rm. 83 3, 22 | priesthood of Christ will not endure for ever.~Aquin.: SMT TP 84 3, 42 | doctrine was destined to endure for ever, ~according to 85 3, 46 | would seem that Christ did endure all sufferings, because ~ 86 3, 46 | therefore, that He did endure all human sufferings.~Aquin.: 87 3, 46 | Consequently, He did ~not endure every human suffering.~Aquin.: 88 3, 46 | necessary for ~Christ to endure them all, since many are 89 3, 46 | not beseeming for Him to endure those arising from ~within, 90 3, 46 | speaking generically, He did endure every human suffering. This 91 3, 46 | sufferings which a man ~can endure. For Christ suffered from 92 3, 46 | sufficed that He should endure all classes of sufferings, 93 3, 46 | confessing Christ, either ~endure the conflict of martyrdom 94 3, 46 | he will be led forth to endure the ~death sentence, not 95 3, 49 | the world; ~nor will it endure for ever, because in the 96 3, 49 | or suffering ~which they endure in their own person; yet, 97 3, 52 | suffering of pain which men ~endure for actual sin, according 98 3, 53 | as for this reason did He endure evil things in dying that 99 3, 59 | quickly lapse, while others endure longer.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 100 3, 62 | are transitory in act, but endure in guilt; and, further, 101 3, 63 | character is ordained, will not endure in heaven, ~where there 102 3, 76 | as the consecrated things endure; ~on which account they 103 Suppl, 4 | But ~the sacraments do not endure after this life. Neither, 104 Suppl, 38| consecration, it must needs endure for ever, ~however much 105 Suppl, 58| that consent which is to ~endure in perpetuity.~Aquin.: SMT 106 Suppl, 65| and beside thy wife never endure to know crime." Therefore, ~ 107 Suppl, 72| state of the way will ~still endure in that conflagration, since 108 Suppl, 74| of the New Testament will endure. But the state of the New ~ 109 Suppl, 74| reason able by its nature to endure for ever: and consequently


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