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serpents 19
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102 rising
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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servants

    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | instance, the meeting of two servants, although to ~them it appears 2 1, 57 | revealing His secret to His servants the prophets." Therefore 3 1, 58 | revealing His secret to His servants the prophets." Therefore 4 1, 113 | which are wrought by the servants of ~God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 113 | one blow consumed Job's servants and sheep; when the storm ~ 6 1, 115 | intended. For instance, if two servants are sent by their ~master 7 1, 115 | the meeting of the two servants in regard to ~themselves 8 2, 73 | are ~committed against the servants of God. Thus it is written ( 9 2, 87 | for their parents, or on servants for their ~masters, inasmuch 10 2, 87 | if the children or the servants take part in the sin, this ~ 11 2, 98 | things to be ~observed by the servants of his household, others 12 2, 104 | life: for instance, about servants, wives and ~children: this 13 2, 105 | be ~his slaves [Douay: 'servants']": which is significative 14 2, 105 | those who ill-treat their servants ~and maidservants are severely 15 2, 105 | of which he has need of servants. Secondly man's life is ~ 16 2, 105 | precepts. Thus, with regard ~to servants, it commanded them to be 17 2, 105 | those who maimed their ~servants, to set them free (Ex. 21: 18 2, 105 | Moreover, with regard to those servants in particular who were taken 19 2, 105 | sojourner . . . for they are My servants, ~and I brought them out 20 2, 105 | to the ill-treatment of servants, the Law seems ~to have 21 2, 114 | say: ~We are unprofitable servants; we have done that which 22 2, 10 | written (Mt. 13:28) that the servants of the ~householder, in 23 2, 10 | pagans, or Saracens, for servants. Therefore they can lawfully ~ 24 2, 10 | forbidden to have unbelieving servants. If, however, the master 25 2, 10 | Tim. 6:1): "Whosoever are ~servants under the yoke, let them 26 2, 10 | is written (1 Pt. 2:18): "Servants be subject to your ~masters 27 2, 10 | Paul too, after saying that servants ~should honor their masters, 28 2, 11 | the Master commanded his servants (Mt. 13:30) to suffer ~the 29 2, 17 | according to Is. ~65:14, "My servants shall praise for joyfulness 30 2, 22 | I will not now call you ~servants . . . but My friends." Now 31 2, 22 | perfected in heaven, when "His servants shall serve Him, and they ~ 32 2, 22 | to him, be they children, servants, or connected with him in ~ 33 2, 25 | ii in ~Cant.] says: "Good servants should be preferred to wicked 34 2, 30 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, servants are under their master's 35 2, 30 | according to ~Titus 2:9: "Exhort servants to be obedient to their 36 2, 30 | property. The same ~applies to servants. Hence the Reply to the 37 2, 39 | related (Gn. 26:21) that the servants of Isaac ~"digged" another 38 2, 39 | the text is not that the servants of Isaac ~quarrelled, but 39 2, 39 | these sinned, and not the servants of Isaac, who bore the ~ 40 2, 39 | anger or hatred. For if the ~servants of a sovereign or judge, 41 2, 53 | deal deceitfully with his servants." Guile is also in the ~ 42 2, 56 | say: We are unprofitable servants; we have done that which ~ 43 2, 61 | should be honored by their servants, according to ~1 Tim. 6: 44 2, 61 | 1 Tim. 6:1: "Whoever are servants under the yoke, let them 45 2, 64 | there is a great number of ~servants. Secondly, because human 46 2, 68 | have been accused by his servants, you are to know that they ~ 47 2, 75 | to ~housekeepers or civil servants who have to provide the 48 2, 80 | as we honor God in His ~servants. But the devotion of subjects 49 2, 81 | Who hast given to ~Thy servants," etc. belong to thanksgiving; 50 2, 89 | praise to our God, all ye His servants; and ~you that fear Him, 51 2, 98 | pecuniary value, wherefore servants are hired for a money wage. 52 2, 100 | with like cares: thus the ~servants of Naaman said to him (4 53 2, 101 | spoke when he commanded servants to obey their ~masters and 54 2, 101 | speaking is ~the reverence of servants for their master, dulia 55 2, 102 | gave an example to His servants who follow ~Him that they 56 2, 102 | farther on (Col. 3:22): "Servants, obey in all things ~your 57 2, 102 | his children. Wherefore servants are not bound ~to obey their 58 2, 102 | Tim. 6:1, "Whosoever are servants under ~the yoke," etc.~Aquin.: 59 2, 109 | he "spoke craftily to his servants, when he said" ~(Gn. 22: 60 2, 120 | they belong properly to servants; ~while they are not said 61 2, 122 | unearthly battle, and Christ's ~servants fighting erect, undaunted 62 2, 123 | is written (Eph. 6:5): "Servants, be ~obedient to them that 63 2, 123 | with ~reason, namely that servants should fear lest they be 64 2, 130 | find ~their abode in the servants of the devil, vainglory 65 2, 130 | finds a place even in ~the servants of Christ." Yet in the latter 66 2, 150 | children in ~order to make them servants of Christ, cannot compensate 67 2, 151 | God Who thus governs His ~servants for their good, not for 68 2, 169 | revealing His secret to His servants the ~prophets." Now whatever 69 2, 172 | Pharaoh, and ~to all his servants, and to his whole land."~ 70 2, 181 | and the ~apartments of his servants, and the order of his ministers . . . 71 2, 181 | 22), "When ~you were the servants of sin, you were free men 72 2, 181 | you are . . . "become servants to God." ~Aquin.: SMT SS 73 2, 181 | whom ~you yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants you 74 2, 181 | yourselves servants to obey, his servants you are whom you ~obey, 75 2, 182 | monks or {therapeutai}, i.e. servants of God) as being perfected.~ 76 2, 182 | them {therapeutai}," i.e. servants, "on account of ~their rendering 77 2, 182 | this he says that "God's ~servants," i.e. monks, "must not 78 2, 183 | ad Honorat.): "Christ's ~servants may flee from one city to 79 2, 184 | that those who are called ~servants of God, by reason of their 80 2, 185 | again: "He wishes God's ~servants to make a living by working 81 2, 185 | religious ~especially are called servants of God, because they give 82 2, 185 | it to be unlawful for the servants of God to work with their 83 2, 185 | his adding: "He wishes the servants of God ~to make a living 84 2, 185 | faithful should not leave God's servants who ~work with their hands 85 2, 185 | etc. says: "He wishes the servants of God to ~work with the 86 2, 185 | alms even from his own servants. It is also related of the 87 2, 186 | that they are "called ~servants of God by reason of their 88 3, 13 | gave an example to His ~servants coming after Him that they 89 3, 25 | they are: we honor the ~servants, that the honor shown to 90 3, 38 | baptism so as to have baptized servants through ~whom He baptized 91 3, 45 | the difference between the servants and their Lord." Another 92 3, 46 | is ~clear from the women servants who accused Peter. He suffered 93 3, 46 | the ~rulers, from their servants and from the mob, according 94 3, 63 | trees, till we sign the servants of our ~God in their foreheads."~ 95 3, 63 | are distinguished from the servants of the ~devil, either in 96 3, 72 | administer Baptism, so as to have servants by ~whom to baptize others."~ 97 3, 79 | mindful, O Lord, of Thy servants, men ~and women . . . for 98 3, 82 | and ~wicked ministers or servants. Hence (Mt. 24:45) our Lord 99 3, 85 | Behold, as the eyes of servants are on the hands ~of their 100 Suppl, 37| the order of" Solomon's "servants . . . she had no longer ~ 101 Suppl, 64| the Apostle's command ~to servants.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 102 Suppl, 73| before we say a word, our servants execute our will ~at once


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