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assimilates 3
assimilation 26
assist 63
assistance 108
assistant 4
assistants 13
assisted 42
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109 witnesses
108 188
108 adoption
108 assistance
108 cold
108 distant
108 etym
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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assistance

    Part, Question
1 1, 63 | nature; ~and not from Divine assistance according to God's ordering. 2 1, 64 | nature; ~and not from Divine assistance according to God's ordering. 3 1, 113 | merit without the Divine assistance, which is borne to man by ~ 4 1, 113 | the latter by the evident assistance ~and command of God, to 5 1, 116 | it with instruments and assistance, of which the interior principle 6 2, 5 | happiness, but needs the Divine assistance for the purpose, is more ~ 7 2, 32 | pleasant to give presents or assistance to friends and strangers."~ 8 2, 45 | man trust in the ~Divine assistance: wherefore "those are more 9 2, 45 | think that God comes to the ~assistance of those who suffer unjustly." ~ 10 2, 62 | albeit not without Divine assistance. Such like principles are 11 2, 69 | it may ~also regard the assistance of grace as that which leads 12 2, 79 | does not give some ~the assistance, whereby they may avoid 13 2, 79 | they may avoid sin, which assistance were He to ~give, they would 14 2, 98 | when a thing is of some assistance in ~attaining the end, but 15 2, 99 | should have come to man's assistance ~where human reason fails 16 2, 99 | law should come to man's ~assistance not only in those things 17 2, 105 | to come to one another's ~assistance: because this is a very 18 2, 109 | we can do with the Divine assistance is not altogether ~impossible 19 2, 109 | ways ~do we need the Divine assistance, as stated above (AA[2], 20 2, 109 | willing good, he has by God's assistance.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 21 2, 109 | things ~without any further assistance of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 22 2, 109 | possesses grace needs ~a further assistance of grace in order to live 23 2, 109 | but he ~needs the Divine assistance guiding and guarding him 24 2, 13 | while the other is the ~assistance of inward grace, against 25 2, 16 | us by means of the Divine assistance, our ~hope attains God Himself, 26 2, 16 | last end, ~and the Divine assistance as the first cause leading 27 2, 16 | much as it ~leans on its assistance, and as its last final cause, 28 2, 16 | trust too much in the Divine assistance; yet it may ~have a mean 29 2, 16 | reference to the Divine assistance, whether ~that which we 30 2, 16 | we trust to the Divine assistance ~for obtaining happiness.~ 31 2, 16 | another way, the Divine assistance, as ~explained above (A[ 32 2, 16 | this purpose the Divine assistance is ready for us, ~according 33 2, 17 | possible to obtain by the ~assistance of God, as stated above ( 34 2, 20 | removes or despises the assistance of the Holy Spirit, whereby 35 2, 24 | instance to come to their assistance in a case of ~urgency, according 36 2, 30 | secondly, by giving human ~assistance, and this in three ways. 37 2, 31 | efficacious without ~the Divine assistance: and yet man must do what 38 2, 31 | wherewith to give corporal ~assistance is rich in this respect, 39 2, 51 | content with ~awaiting God's assistance, he would seem to tempt 40 2, 53 | animals and plants without the assistance of man, according ~to the 41 2, 60 | shelter or any other kind of assistance. Thirdly, on the part of 42 2, 60 | thieves, and gives them ~assistance. Fourthly, in the case of 43 2, 69 | an advocate provides both assistance and counsel to the party 44 2, 69 | other party by reason of the assistance he has ~provided. If, however, 45 2, 75 | his household, or for the ~assistance of the needy: or again, 46 2, 80 | through ~hope of the Divine assistance. It is accordingly evident 47 2, 81 | Wherefore we do not seek their assistance by praying to them, but ~ 48 2, 81 | Monach. i] that the "Divine assistance is ~to be implored, not 49 2, 85 | tithes were earmarked for the assistance of the poor. But in the 50 2, 85 | clergy, but also for the assistance of the poor. Therefore, 51 2, 85 | should be employed for the assistance of the poor, ~through the 52 2, 87 | that he implores the Divine assistance. ~Moreover, he does not 53 2, 95 | should not depend on worldly assistance, ~and that, taking assurance 54 2, 95 | danger, and relying ~on the assistance of God alone.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 95 | entrusts ~himself to the divine assistance for some urgent or useful 56 2, 95 | they were to neglect human assistance without any useful or urgent ~ 57 2, 98 | in order to obtain the ~assistance of their prayers, according 58 2, 98 | to obtain from ~them the assistance of their prayers do not 59 2, 99 | parents stand in need of our assistance, so that they have ~no other 60 2, 99 | be ~supported without our assistance, it is lawful to forego 61 2, 99 | danger, in the hope of God's ~assistance. on the other hand, if the 62 2, 104 | accidentally he owes him assistance or ~support, if he need 63 2, 105 | the person who receives assistance, in order that he ~may receive 64 2, 121 | virtue, without the copious assistance of God's grace, which ~has 65 2, 121 | he ~should not seek the assistance of something weaker and 66 2, 121 | action, not as seeking its ~assistance, but because it uses the 67 2, 127 | needs, first, the Divine assistance, secondly, even human ~assistance, 68 2, 127 | assistance, secondly, even human ~assistance, since man is naturally 69 2, 128 | without confidence in God's assistance.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[130] A[ 70 2, 145 | of the human body needs assistance ~against the external heat 71 2, 154 | for he needs the inward assistance of grace which quenches ~ 72 2, 171 | this purpose he ~needs the assistance of a supernatural light.~ 73 2, 172 | apart from any outward assistance of deed, ~word, vision, 74 2, 172 | their own, yet with the assistance of the Divine light ~withal.~ 75 2, 173 | good, he needs the divine assistance which is bestowed on him ~ 76 2, 186 | may be ~directed to the assistance of our neighbor, not only 77 2, 186 | of these things," namely assistance from ~without, "having for 78 2, 186 | active life a man ~needs the assistance of outward things, whereas 79 2, 187 | need of their children's ~assistance, the latter may, in despite 80 2, 187 | their own power, but by the assistance of ~the divine power, according 81 3, 1 | does not tarry in bringing ~assistance to a friend who is suffering 82 3, 1 | does not put off bringing assistance to a friend: ~always bearing 83 3, 36 | owing partly to the Divine ~assistance, and partly to the fleetness 84 3, 41 | for a man who has human assistance at his command to seek to ~ 85 3, 44 | perfectly, and ~without any assistance. Now Christ did not always 86 3, 57 | the body, but through the assistance ~and operation of the Divine 87 3, 61 | seeing that he receives assistance through them: and he is 88 3, 62 | gifts, a certain ~Divine assistance in obtaining the end of 89 3, 68 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, no assistance should be withdrawn from 90 3, 68 | baptized derive spiritual assistance from the very ~character 91 3, 86 | which is indeed due to God's assistance, but does not reach to the ~ 92 Suppl, 6 | the ~physician to be of assistance to you, you must make your 93 Suppl, 25| be granted for temporal assistance?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 94 Suppl, 25| OBJ 2: Further, spiritual assistance is more necessary than temporal. ~ 95 Suppl, 25| be granted for spiritual assistance. ~Much less therefore ought 96 Suppl, 65| together they may be of assistance to their children. Hence ~ 97 Suppl, 71| deeds, by giving counsel, assistance, inducement, or ~by any 98 Suppl, 71| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This assistance did not consist in a diminishment 99 Suppl, 71| implies the giving of some ~assistance, which does not apply to 100 Suppl, 71| the burial brings either assistance to the poor or adornment 101 Suppl, 71| did not directly merit the assistance of those suffrages, ~but 102 Suppl, 71| them will receive as much assistance as one person would if that ~ 103 Suppl, 71| suffrages alone afford as much assistance as special ~and general 104 Suppl, 71| although the one receives assistance from more ~sources than 105 Suppl, 71| does not receive a greater assistance: the ~other opinion he mentions 106 Suppl, 71| above (A[12], ad 2) the assistance derived from ~suffrages 107 Suppl, 72| have recourse to ~their assistance.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 108 Suppl, 96| which ~they overcame by its assistance are punished eternally."~


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