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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 47 | from free-will, some being ~turned to God more and some less, 2 1, 47 | and some less, and others turned more and others less ~away 3 1, 47 | rational creatures which were turned to God ~by free-will, were 4 1, 47 | merits. And those who were turned away from God were bound ~ 5 1, 62 | could not of his own will be turned to such ~beatitude, except 6 1, 62 | to mount upwards. To be turned to his ultimate ~beatitude 7 1, 62 | no angel would ever have ~turned away from God.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 62 | had a higher nature, were ~turned to God more mightily and 9 1, 63 | from which he could be turned away by sinning.~Aquin.: 10 1, 63 | degree ~of creature can be turned to evil. In the Sacred Scripture, 11 1, 65 | 14:11): "Creatures are turned into a snare to the ~feet 12 1, 65 | the use of free-will some turned to God, and, ~according 13 1, 65 | simplicity; while others turned from God, and ~became bound 14 1, 48 | from free-will, some being ~turned to God more and some less, 15 1, 48 | and some less, and others turned more and others less ~away 16 1, 48 | rational creatures which were turned to God by free-will, were 17 1, 48 | merits. And those who were turned away from God were bound ~ 18 1, 63 | could not of his own will be turned to such ~beatitude, except 19 1, 63 | to mount upwards. To be turned to his ultimate ~beatitude 20 1, 63 | no angel would ever have ~turned away from God.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 63 | had a higher nature, were ~turned to God more mightily and 22 1, 64 | from which he could be turned away by sinning.~Aquin.: 23 1, 64 | degree ~of creature can be turned to evil. In the Sacred Scripture, 24 1, 66 | 14:11): "Creatures are turned into a snare to the ~feet 25 1, 66 | the use of free-will some turned to God, and, according to 26 1, 66 | simplicity; while others turned from God, and ~became bound 27 1, 83 | some part of the soul be ~turned into this or that image; 28 1, 90 | other animals have the face turned to the ground, as it were 29 1, 90 | superior part, his head, is turned towards the superior part 30 1, 90 | and his inferior part is turned towards the inferior world; 31 1, 90 | Plants have the superior part turned towards the lower world, 32 1, 92 | looking-glass he may be said to be turned ~towards that man. So Augustine 33 1, 93 | man ~cannot willingly be turned away from beatitude, since 34 2, 4 | upon the ~soul, the mind is turned away from that vision of 35 2, 24 | ii, 4) that "the ~devil turned from that which is in accord 36 2, 29 | that is to say, love is turned into hatred. ~Therefore 37 2, 79 | The creatures of God are ~turned to an abomination; and a 38 2, 79 | the "creatures of God are turned 'to' an ~abomination, and 39 2, 82 | so that the will being turned away from God, all the other 40 2, 91 | were: thus if a ~soldier be turned out of the army, he becomes 41 2, 91 | man unawares. But when man turned his back on God, he fell 42 2, 98 | one God, while the others turned away ~to idolatry; wherefore 43 2, 98 | fitting: because that people turned to ~idolatry, even after 44 2, 99 | 93:15: "Until justice be turned into judgment." But acts 45 2, 101 | because thus their mind turned to God in many ways, and ~ 46 2, 108 | 18:15: "Until justice ~be turned into judgment." Therefore 47 2, 109 | God." And that ~they are "turned" to God can only spring 48 2, 109 | spring from God's having "turned" them. ~Now to prepare oneself 49 2, 109 | grace is, as it were, to be turned to God; ~just as, whoever 50 2, 109 | as, whoever has his eyes turned away from the light of the 51 2, 109 | But free-will can only be turned to God, ~when God turns 52 2, 109 | accordance with his will turned aside from God, unless, 53 2, 113 | required, by which it is turned to God. Now the first turning 54 2, 113 | natural knowledge a man is not turned to God, according ~as He 55 2, 9 | 11: "Creatures . . . are turned to an ~abomination . . . 56 2, 12 | their wicked will which is turned away from God's justice, 57 2, 13 | first; and, "They are all turned to their own ~course, as 58 2, 13 | is ~concerned, it can be turned to good. Hence considered 59 2, 14 | s will is deliberately ~turned away from the consideration 60 2, 24 | 18: "May the wicked be ~turned into hell [*Douay and A. 61 2, 24 | The wicked ~shall be, turned into hell." Secondly, by 62 2, 24 | 15:19): "They shall be turned to thee, and thou shalt 63 2, 24 | and thou shalt not to be turned to ~them." ~Aquin.: SMT 64 2, 30 | 13: "My prayer shall be turned into my bosom: and he ~who 65 2, 34 | could not speak, yet it turned pale and looked ~bitterly 66 2, 37 | some ~going astray, are turned aside into vain babbling," 67 2, 58 | 93:15): "Until justice be turned ~into judgment."~Aquin.: 68 2, 73 | if it is taken in jest or turned to ridicule (whence the ~ 69 2, 75 | Is. 1:22), "Thy silver is turned into ~dross, thy wine is 70 2, 81 | 13, "My prayer shall be turned into my bosom, i.e. ~though 71 2, 81 | speedily [*Vulg.: ~'Let them be turned back and be ashamed.']." 72 2, 81 | 13, "My prayer shall be ~turned into my bosom," explains 73 2, 113 | Let them be presently turned away blushing for shame 74 2, 117 | prodigality is easily turned into virtue on account of 75 2, 123 | to concupiscence, and is turned aside from accomplishing 76 2, 146 | xiii in Matth.]: "Gluttony turned Adam out of Paradise, gluttony ~ 77 2, 162 | wit that he may thus be ~turned away from his sins, or lest 78 2, 174 | its kind: thus our Lord turned the water ~into good wine, 79 2, 175 | receives ~from God cannot be turned to another's profit, except 80 3, 8 | the wicked, suddenly he turned his speech to Anti-christ 81 3, 15 | since this people, having turned away from the Lord, turned 82 3, 15 | turned away from the Lord, turned to the ~worship of idols. 83 3, 22 | remission of sin, by which he is turned away from God. Hence the 84 3, 22 | which the sinner's heart is turned to God: ~whereas the debt 85 3, 22 | by which our hearts are ~turned to God, according to Rm. 86 3, 28 | gathered that our ~eyes are turned from God as soon as His 87 3, 39 | waters ~of the Jordan "were turned back," as it is related 88 3, 77 | impossible: thus if air be turned into fire, the air cannot ~ 89 3, 86 | due to man's will being turned away from God, through being 90 3, 86 | from God, through being turned ~to some mutable good. Consequently, 91 3, 86 | God and to renounce having turned to something else in the 92 3, 86 | the soul ~ceases to be turned away from God, through being 93 3, 87 | against ~charity is altogether turned away from God; whereas by 94 3, 89 | perfectly the boy Benedict turned to the life of grace from 95 3, 89 | than of one who has never turned his back, but has done nothing 96 3, 89 | creeping in, he must be turned ~out. In like manner, if 97 3, 89 | of the will which can be turned away from good to evil.~ 98 Suppl, 2 | original sin man has been turned away from God, since ~in 99 Suppl, 2 | displeased at having been turned away from God. Therefore 100 Suppl, 18| and, besides, he would be turned away from the ~Divine order, 101 Suppl, 38| in fact his blessing is turned into a curse, as ~appears 102 Suppl, 59| unbeliever for fear of being turned ~away from the faith. Since 103 Suppl, 71| 13): "My prayer shall be turned ~into my bosom." Therefore, 104 Suppl, 95| because they are completely turned away ~from the last end 105 Suppl, 96| Therefore ~Christians who have turned back after knowing it will


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