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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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withdraw

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | of that ~same soul do we withdraw from Him; thus, to draw 2 1, 3 | thus, to draw near to or to withdraw ~signifies merely spiritual 3 1, 3 | liveth by faith; ~but if he withdraw himself, he shall not please 4 1, 17 | have it in their power to ~withdraw themselves from what is 5 1, 42 | Himself do anything," do not ~withdraw from the Son any power possessed 6 1, 65 | what is from God does not withdraw us from God, but ~leads 7 1, 65 | But corporeal creatures withdraw us from God. Hence the ~ 8 1, 65 | Creatures of themselves do not withdraw us from God, but ~lead us 9 1, 65 | 1:20). If, then, they ~withdraw men from God, it is the 10 1, 65 | fact that they can thus withdraw us ~from God proves that 11 1, 67 | whom he was endeavoring to withdraw from the service of ~idols. 12 1, 70 | upon by Moses, in order to withdraw his people from ~idolatry. 13 1, 42 | Himself do anything," do not ~withdraw from the Son any power possessed 14 1, 66 | what is from God does not withdraw us from God, but ~leads 15 1, 66 | But corporeal creatures withdraw us from God. Hence the ~ 16 1, 66 | Creatures of themselves do not withdraw us from God, but ~lead us 17 1, 66 | 1:20). If, then, they ~withdraw men from God, it is the 18 1, 66 | fact that they can thus withdraw us ~from God proves that 19 1, 68 | whom he was endeavoring to withdraw from the service of ~idols. 20 1, 71 | upon by Moses, in order to withdraw his people from ~idolatry. 21 1, 102 | oxen," he does not wholly withdraw them from the Divine government, 22 1, 103 | not-being, even if God were to ~withdraw His action.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 103 | something in God, Who can withdraw His influence, than in the 24 2, 68 | to the gift ~of fear, to withdraw man from evil pleasures 25 2, 69 | which operations some men withdraw through inordinate love 26 2, 87 | sinning, is of a nature to withdraw man ~from sin.~Aquin.: SMT 27 2, 99 | so that ~misfortune might withdraw them all the more from attachment 28 2, 100 | while the negative precepts withdraw him from acts of vice. But ~ 29 2, 102 | eat the fat, in order to withdraw them from lasciviousness; 30 2, 102 | they grow older, should withdraw their children ~from circumcision. 31 2, 102 | and the Lord ~wished to withdraw them from cruelty even in 32 2, 113 | movement of its free-will withdraw from sin and draw near to 33 2, 113 | 5] Body Para. 2/2~Now to withdraw from sin and to draw near 34 2, 113 | justification of the ungodly. For we withdraw from ~evil before drawing 35 2, 8 | incentive to pride, it does withdraw sometimes with regard to ~ 36 2, 8 | to these things, and to withdraw ~from their opposites: and 37 2, 13 | are two things which may withdraw man ~therefrom: one is the 38 2, 18 | punishment in order to ~withdraw men from sin, it is acting 39 2, 18 | God's ~help, but lest we withdraw ourselves from this help. 40 2, 23 | deserves that ~God should withdraw charity from him.~Aquin.: 41 2, 31 | reckons that he might probably withdraw some ~wrongdoer from sin, 42 2, 31 | saw clearly that he could withdraw him from ~sin, he would 43 2, 31 | are to learn, ~that He may withdraw a man from the things he 44 2, 44 | is a consequence, viz. to withdraw his sense from ~spiritual 45 2, 51 | appetite, for a man ~does not withdraw from a previous good purpose, 46 2, 81 | OBJ 2: Further, one must withdraw from evil before attaining 47 2, 86 | religion, since this ~would withdraw him from his master's service.~ 48 2, 88 | to have commanded them to withdraw into the desert. [*From 49 2, 99 | parents incite us to sin, and withdraw us from the service of God, 50 2, 121 | difficult things, ~which can withdraw the will from following 51 2, 121 | Dangers and toils do not withdraw the will from the course ~ 52 2, 121 | those temporal evils ~that withdraw one from virtue, as appears 53 2, 134 | a check ~on things that withdraw man from good, the greater 54 2, 134 | temperance ~is concerned, withdraw man from good more than 55 2, 134 | fortitude and temperance which withdraw him from greater obstacles 56 2, 139 | pleasures temperance does not withdraw him, but from those which 57 2, 139 | us ~to the things which withdraw us from the laws of God 58 2, 144 | table are ~of a nature to withdraw man from the good of reason, 59 2, 146 | I thought in my heart to withdraw ~my flesh from wine, that 60 2, 147 | thought in my ~heart to withdraw my flesh from wine, that 61 2, 155 | praise to the fact that they withdraw a man ~from evil, by mitigating 62 2, 160 | it belongs to humility to withdraw the ~mind from the inordinate 63 2, 160 | Job 33:17, "That He may withdraw man from ~wickedness [*Vulg.: ' 64 2, 160 | the first in those who withdraw from God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 65 2, 172 | remit punishment than to withdraw promised blessings.~Aquin.: 66 2, 178 | impetuosity of the ~passions which withdraw the soul's intention from 67 2, 178 | that "contemplative men ~withdraw within themselves in order 68 2, 180 | they will known when they ~withdraw within themselves, in order 69 2, 183 | temporal persecution, to withdraw his bodily presence from 70 2, 183 | he ~cannot do this if he withdraw his bodily presence from 71 2, 183 | account of ~persecution withdraw his bodily presence from 72 2, 183 | unlawful for a ~bishop to withdraw his bodily presence from 73 2, 183 | pastor, the pastor should not withdraw his personal presence from 74 2, 183 | lawful ~for the pastor to withdraw his bodily presence from 75 2, 184 | necessary that a man wholly withdraw his affections from ~worldly 76 2, 184 | the very fact that they withdraw from a worldly ~life: hence 77 2, 185 | appears from 2 Thess. 3:6, ~"Withdraw yourselves from every brother 78 2, 185 | 2 Thess. 3:6, "That you withdraw yourselves from every brother ~ 79 2, 185 | himself, by ~saying: "That you withdraw yourselves from every brother 80 2, 186 | I thought in my heart to withdraw my flesh ~from wine, that 81 2, 187 | obedience, and the like withdraw man from sins of gluttony 82 2, 187 | unless first of all they withdraw from public business" ~( 83 2, 187 | presuming on ~themselves withdraw from the company of sinners 84 2, 187 | Him; fear not, He will not withdraw Himself that thou shouldst 85 3, 38 | nor should the forerunner ~withdraw until the truth be made 86 3, 40 | nothing for ~show, and to withdraw from the crowd, especially 87 3, 40 | praiseworthy - namely, that a man withdraw ~from the society of other 88 3, 44 | power to send forth ~or withdraw its rays: for it sheds its 89 3, 44 | But the sun is said to withdraw ~its rays in so far as the 90 3, 44 | unwonted season, ~and to withdraw from the sun and return 91 3, 73 | Since He ~was going to withdraw His assumed body from their 92 3, 75 | was afterwards forced to withdraw his error, and to acknowledge ~ 93 3, 85 | seems to direct ~him to withdraw from evil. Therefore it 94 Suppl, 8 | canons are more anxious to withdraw him from sin, ~by inflicting 95 Suppl, 35| a state whence he cannot withdraw. Now those who have ~certain 96 Suppl, 42| they ~say that it makes man withdraw from evil, by restraining 97 Suppl, 47| wherefore if he were to withdraw his consent there ~would 98 Suppl, 59| for then the husband can withdraw from living with her, as ~ 99 Suppl, 83| would seem inconsistent to withdraw the greatest of ~punishments 100 Suppl, 95| fall, so that he cannot withdraw from the choice ~whereby


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