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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ready

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | trim the wood ~and make ready the stones: "As a wise architect, 2 1, 68 | in such measure as to be ready ~to abandon it, if it be 3 1, 69 | in such measure as to be ready ~to abandon it, if it be 4 1, 82 | sometimes denominates a power ready for operation, ~and in this 5 1, 94 | arduous deed; ~because he is ready to do even what may be difficult 6 2, 17 | movement of the hand, and so ready is the hand to obey, that 7 2, 28 | heart shows itself to be ready for ~the entrance of the 8 2, 53 | moral virtue ~makes a man ready to choose the mean in deeds 9 2, 53 | habits, which render man ready to judge aright of those ~ 10 2, 66 | man is ~more pleased and ready to make use of one virtue 11 2, 68 | perfecting ~man so that he is ready to follow the promptings 12 2, 72 | word, in so ~far as man is ready to break out into a declaration 13 2, 77 | conclusions, which he is ready to consider at any moment. ~ 14 2, 77 | in body may have a ~will ready for action, and yet be hindered 15 2, 88 | fornication, yet so as to be ready, for the love of God, to 16 2, 100 | such as the mind of man is ready to grasp at once. Now it ~ 17 2, 102 | that the people, being ready to offer ~sacrifices, might 18 2, 102 | and who should ~also be ready to suffer martyrdom, denoted 19 2, 102 | they should be careful and ~ready in performing the sacrifices ( 20 2, 102 | high-priest had always to be ready for the ~service of the 21 2, 105 | require that men should be ready to lend: ~which readiness 22 2, 105 | its precepts, so as to be ready to come to one another's ~ 23 2, 105 | prescribing that men should be ready to lend, and that they should ~ 24 2, 107 | forbade, admonishing man to be ready to suffer yet greater insults; 25 2, 108 | cupidity, and that we should be ready to ~give yet more if necessary. 26 2, 108 | our enemies, and to ~be ready to do good to them if necessary. 27 2, 111 | since a man is all the more ready to believe when he has ~ 28 2, 114 | what is not done with a ~ready will is hard and difficult 29 2, 2 | and it is ~enough if he be ready to fulfil them: as is evidenced 30 2, 2 | and it is ~enough if he be ready to believe whatever God 31 2, 2 | enough that his mind be ready to obey, according to Ps. 32 2, 2 | according to Ps. 118:60: "I am ~ready and am not troubled; that 33 2, 2 | too, that man should be ready to believe ~whatever God 34 2, 2 | only ~implicitly, or to be ready to believe them, in so far 35 2, 2 | written (1 Pt. 3:15): "Being ready always to ~satisfy every 36 2, 2 | For when a man's will is ready to believe, he loves the 37 2, 2 | charity, which makes the will ready ~to believe them, even if 38 2, 4 | does the will need to be ready to obey but also ~the intellect 39 2, 6 | it is in our power to be ready to assent ~to things which 40 2, 10 | according to 1 Pt. 3:15: "Being ready always to satisfy everyone 41 2, 11 | truth with careful ~anxiety, ready to mend their opinion, when 42 2, 16 | the Divine assistance is ready for us, ~according to Heb. 43 2, 21 | man already subject and ready to obey: wherefore when 44 2, 23 | charity makes man more ready to act again according to 45 2, 24 | namely, that we ~should be ready to love our enemies individually, 46 2, 24 | except as regards being ~ready in our minds, for instance 47 2, 29 | for this makes a man more ready to part with his wealth. 48 2, 38 | of mind, so that we be ~ready to obey them, and, if necessary, 49 2, 38 | fitting that they should be ready to shed their own blood 50 2, 39 | quarrelsome man is ever ready to contradict; he delights 51 2, 39 | quarrelsome man is always ready ~to fight, and this is conveyed 52 2, 39 | conveyed by the words, "ever ready to contradict," ~that is 53 2, 47 | mark of docility to ~be ready to be taught: and consequently 54 2, 59 | becomes ~worse, and the more ready to expect that he will receive 55 2, 64 | so that, to wit, he is ready to communicate ~them to 56 2, 76 | usury from a man who is ready to do so and is ~a usurer 57 2, 78 | a kind man is one who is ready of his own accord to ~do 58 2, 80 | to the ~Lord with a most ready and devout mind." Now it 59 2, 80 | something, ~and to have the will ready to do it, because both acts 60 2, 80 | virtue to have the will ready to do such things, and this 61 2, 80 | inasmuch as love makes one ready to serve one's friend) and 62 2, 86 | he have at ~least a will ready to do what he can. Hence 63 2, 96 | accept the oath of one who is ready to swear by false ~gods, 64 2, 115 | makes them all the more ready to act liberally, because, 65 2, 115 | to the liberal man to be ready to receive, and still less 66 2, 116 | before promised, to be ~ready, so as a blessing, not as 67 2, 117 | Apostle bids the rich to be ready to give and ~communicate 68 2, 121 | that "fortitude is ~love ready to bear all things for God' 69 2, 121 | stronger a man is the more ready is he to oppress the weaker."~ 70 2, 126 | consists in one's having a mind ready for aggression. In this ~ 71 2, 126 | is a habit that makes one ready to attempt what ought to 72 2, 127 | of justice), "that he is ready to do ~favors" (which is 73 2, 127 | Wherefore he shows himself ready to ~perform actions of this 74 2, 127 | magnanimous man is most ready to expose himself to danger, 75 2, 136 | seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on ~account 76 2, 145 | that ~one ought to make ready to keep the coming feast 77 2, 145 | order to make themselves ready for the ordination. Hence ~ 78 2, 146 | which he contemns God, being ready to disobey ~God's commandments, 79 2, 156 | in reason's train, ever ~ready, as its handmaid, to obey." 80 2, 157 | heart, which makes one ready to increase punishment, 81 2, 160 | excellence, since a man is ready to believe what he desires 82 2, 184 | acquired perfection are most ready to obey, not as though ~ 83 3, 30 | she proved herself right ready to do, saying: "Behold the 84 3, 46 | Again, on Lk. 22:33, "I am ~ready to go with Thee, both into 85 3, 55 | learn how they who are ~so ready to believe God, even without 86 3, 66 | to wit, that he may "be ready ~to satisfy everyone that 87 3, 68 | instructed in the ~faith and ready for Baptism; thus, Philip 88 3, 80 | xxvi, n. 1): "Why make ready tooth and belly? Believe, ~ 89 3, 81 | impassible; nay more, it was ready for the Passion. Therefore, 90 3, 83 | always have the ~Eucharist ready, so that, when anyone fall 91 3, 84 | exceedingly, for He is always ready to destroy them, lest what 92 3, 86 | and rich ~in mercy, and ready to repent of the evil"; 93 Suppl, 3 | sin, although ~he would be ready to suffer the same punishment 94 Suppl, 9 | Courageously accusing, ready to obey.~For fidelity, simplicity, 95 Suppl, 13| spiritual, ~so that he is not ready to undergo it.~Aquin.: SMT 96 Suppl, 36| Further, "being always ready to satisfy everyone that 97 Suppl, 42| a medicine is not made ready except for an actual disease. 98 Suppl, 49| his wife, and that he is ready to use her in the same ~ 99 Suppl, 62| blows; wherefore if she be ~ready to be corrected otherwise, 100 Suppl, 67| husband might not ~be too ready to divorce his wife if he 101 Suppl, 74| may be on the ~watch and ready to meet Christ: and for


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