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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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spoke

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1 1, 12 | may also say that ~Jacob spoke thus to designate some exalted 2 1, 14 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Origen spoke in reference to that aspect 3 1, 23 | predestination; of which we spoke above (A[6]). Therefore 4 1, 39 | am Who am," ~the Trinity spoke, then Moses could have said, " 5 1, 43 | hence the Father's voice spoke, "This is My beloved Son" ( 6 1, 50 | farther on (verse 4), "For He spoke, and they were made; He 7 1, 51 | Sacred Scripture that ~angels spoke in assumed bodies. Therefore 8 1, 61 | further on, verse 5: "For He spoke and they were made."~Aquin.: 9 1, 66 | ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato (Timaeus xxvi), nevertheless, 10 1, 39 | am Who am," ~the Trinity spoke, then Moses could have said, " 11 1, 43 | hence the Father's voice spoke, "This is My beloved Son" ( 12 1, 51 | farther on (verse 4), "For He spoke, and they were made; He 13 1, 52 | Sacred Scripture that ~angels spoke in assumed bodies. Therefore 14 1, 62 | further on, verse 5: "For He spoke and they were made."~Aquin.: 15 1, 67 | ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato (Timaeus xxvi), nevertheless, 16 1, 83 | principle ~of which they spoke, the various results do 17 1, 90 | said "Let us make man," ~He spoke to the angels, as some were 18 1, 106 | that the rich man in hell spoke to Abraham, ~notwithstanding 19 1, 110 | cause of deception when He spoke many things to the people 20 1, 116 | Divinity, but according as He spoke in His ~human nature. Hence 21 2, 12 | Monte ii, 13) that Our ~Lord spoke of intention as a light, 22 2, 28 | melted when my ~beloved spoke." Therefore love is a dissolvent: 23 2, 98 | Ex. ~20:1): "And the Lord spoke . . . these words," and 24 2, 98 | Ex. 33:11): ~"The Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as 25 2, 98 | also it is that the angel spoke as ~personating the Lord.~ 26 2, 98 | in ~Exodus that "the Lord spoke to Moses face to face"; 27 2, 98 | Scripture states that "He spoke to him face to face," ~this 28 2, 98 | mouth to mouth, when God spoke ~and appeared to him, by 29 2, 100 | ten words, which the Lord spoke to you." Hence the precepts ~ 30 2, 105 | his slaves. Hence Samuel ~spoke these words to deter them 31 2, 110 | by human acts of which we spoke ~above (Q[55], seqq.) are 32 2, 1 | Holy Ghost, viz. that "He spoke by the prophets." ~Therefore 33 2, 10 | the Jews," and that "he spoke . . . to ~the gentiles and 34 2, 30 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Daniel spoke to a king who was not subject 35 2, 30 | which were laid down when we spoke of ~giving alms out of one' 36 2, 60 | instance by saying ~that he spoke ill, or that he defamed 37 2, 70 | that sought evils to ~me spoke vain things," and afterwards ( 38 2, 74 | the Apostle in whom Christ spoke, according to 2 ~Cor. 13: 39 2, 74 | according to Ps. 32:9, "He spoke and they were made"; while 40 2, 79 | legislative justice ~we spoke in the treatise on prudence.~ 41 2, 81 | 1 Kgs. 1:13) that ~"she spoke in her heart." Secondly, 42 2, 82 | latria, God Who appeared and spoke to ~them in the guise of 43 2, 93 | science of divining, he ~spoke in joke and not seriously, 44 2, 93 | him: in this sense also spoke his steward.~Aquin.: SMT 45 2, 101 | man, of which the Apostle spoke when he commanded servants 46 2, 102 | special case ~in which Samuel spoke, it would have been better 47 2, 109 | says of Abraham that he "spoke craftily to his servants, 48 2, 109 | 1 Para. 2/2~Abraham also spoke figuratively. Wherefore 49 2, 111 | The ~vision which the man spoke, with whom is God, and who 50 2, 163 | lit. ~xi, 29) the serpent spoke to man, even as the ass 51 2, 163 | ass on which Balaam sat ~spoke to him, except that the 52 2, 170 | but the holy men of God spoke, inspired by ~the Holy Ghost." 53 2, 170 | whom we read that the Lord spoke to ~him (Num. 22:12), though 54 2, 171 | And this he" (Caiphas) ~"spoke, not of himself, but being 55 2, 172 | The strong one of Israel spoke to me," and ~further on ( 56 2, 172 | calling officially. Hence they spoke as ~God's representatives, 57 2, 172 | Kgs. 4:32,33) that "he spoke . . . parables . . . and 58 2, 172 | Ex. 33:11) that "the Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as 59 2, 174 | received the gift of tongues spoke in every language?~Aquin.: 60 2, 174 | had the gift of ~tongues spoke better in their own language; 61 2, 174 | tongue," says that "they spoke in every tongue, or ~speaking 62 2, 174 | by ~all, as though they spoke the language proper to each." 63 2, 174 | do not read that Christ spoke more than one language, 64 2, 174 | to understand those who spoke to ~them; and all the more 65 2, 174 | times and in divers manners spoke in times past to the ~fathers 66 2, 174 | apostles drunk when the latter spoke in various ~tongues (Acts 67 2, 176 | Joan.) ~that "the blind man spoke these words before he was 68 2, 178 | 175], ~AA[4],5), where we spoke of rapture, and in the FP, 69 2, 178 | imaginary of course, wherein God spoke to him. Or, ~"since we know 70 3, 2 | mind that even Nestorius ~spoke of unity of person on account 71 3, 11 | first alone, of which we spoke above (Q[10]).~Aquin.: SMT 72 3, 21 | benefit Himself, yet He spoke for the profit of our faith." 73 3, 22 | Judah, in which tribe Moses spoke nothing concerning ~priests." 74 3, 32 | according ~to Jn. 2:21: "But He spoke of the temple of His body." 75 3, 36 | announced ~by heralds who spoke, so before He could speak 76 3, 36 | tongue of the prophets ~spoke no longer." But the angels 77 3, 36 | their way: the teachers spoke and ~stayed where they were; 78 3, 39 | Word or of the Father who spoke. Hence ~(Jn. 5:37) our Lord 79 3, 42 | authority of His words, for He spoke as being Himself above ~ 80 3, 42 | propounded. ~And thus Christ spoke certain things in secret 81 3, 42 | As stated above, our Lord spoke to the multitudes in ~parables, 82 3, 42 | this means, "not that He spoke nothing literally, but that 83 3, 42 | but that He ~scarcely ever spoke without introducing a parable, 84 3, 42 | parable, although He also spoke ~some things in the literal 85 3, 43 | works of His words ~that He spoke of: for when He said . . . ' 86 3, 44 | been unlettered and simple spoke with such wisdom and ~constancy. 87 3, 45 | Luke ~says (9:31), "they spoke" with Him "of His decease 88 3, 46 | These are the words which I spoke to you while I was yet with ~ 89 3, 46 | Thy will be done." ~But He spoke there of the chalice of 90 3, 46 | have believed Him when He ~spoke of His resurrection. For 91 3, 55 | These are the words which I spoke to you, while I was yet 92 3, 78 | used now; but that Christ spoke them twice, at ~first secretly, 93 3, 78 | it to His disciples, He ~spoke the words, 'Take ye,'" etc.~ 94 3, 78 | Evangelist narrates that ~Christ spoke all these words. Therefore 95 3, 78 | hence our Lord Himself ~spoke of His Passion as a chalice, 96 3, 84 | Penance (Mt. 4:17); because He spoke to ~Nicodemus about Baptism 97 3, 85 | Q[55], A[2]), ~when we spoke of the relation of the sacrament 98 Suppl, 67| 2: Further, the prophets spoke inspired by the Holy Ghost, 99 Suppl, 72| days." But the angel ~who spoke had not come to Daniel's 100 Suppl, 74| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Ezechiel spoke, like Moses to a rough people, 101 Suppl, 86| speaking literally, He spoke to the twelve apostles in


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