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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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benefit

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | since predestination is a ~benefit from God, his predestination 2 1, 47 | its ~beauty, nor for the benefit of corporeal things, but 3 1, 52 | have a position cannot ~benefit an angel, since his substance 4 1, 60 | for something which will benefit himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 1, 48 | its ~beauty, nor for the benefit of corporeal things, but 6 1, 53 | have a position cannot ~benefit an angel, since his substance 7 1, 61 | for something which will benefit himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 91 | of a subject for his own benefit; and this kind of ~subjection 9 1, 91 | subjects ~for their own benefit and good; and this kind 10 1, 95 | these gifts conduced to the benefit of ~others, according to 11 1, 101 | paradise was ordered to man's benefit, and not conversely.~Aquin.: 12 1, 108 | superior, is not ~for the benefit of the superior, but rather 13 2, 21 | which conduces to his own benefit ~or disadvantage, then again 14 2, 90 | profit, but for the common benefit of the citizens."~Aquin.: 15 2, 94 | since many things for the benefit of ~human life have been 16 2, 94 | by human reason ~for the benefit of human life. Accordingly 17 2, 95 | framed for ~no private benefit, but for the common good." 18 2, 96 | framed, not for any private benefit, ~but for the common good 19 2, 97 | great and every evident benefit conferred by the new enactment; 20 2, 97 | should be evidence of the benefit ~to be derived, before departing 21 2, 97 | for the sake of a great benefit or in a case ~of great urgency, 22 2, 99 | of ~the lawgiver, and the benefit derived from the fulfilment, 23 2, 99 | from the fulfilment, which benefit ~consists in the attainment 24 2, 100 | way to depart from us, no benefit is expected from them: wherefore 25 2, 100 | from receiving the apparent benefit which ~they think they can 26 2, 102 | ark to remind them of the benefit conferred by God on the 27 2, 105 | priests are instituted for the benefit of the ~people in things 28 2, 105 | are rulers set ~up for the benefit of the people in human affairs. 29 2, 105 | just rule of David, than a benefit conferred on ~them for their 30 2, 105 | whereas a deposit is for the benefit of the depositor. ~Hence 31 2, 111 | thing to know how this may ~benefit the godly and may be defended 32 2, 114 | Further, a man's works benefit himself more than another. 33 2, 29 | directed to God. Now we cannot benefit God, according ~to Job 35: 34 2, 29 | due, or as ~not due. But a benefit conferred as being due belongs 35 2, 29 | belongs to justice while a ~benefit conferred as not due, is 36 2, 29 | of mercy. Therefore every benefit conferred is either an act 37 2, 29 | Hence it ~is not for us to benefit God, but to honor Him by 38 2, 29 | or charity sees, in the benefit ~bestowed, the general aspect 39 2, 29 | what he owes, rather than benefit his ~connections out of 40 2, 29 | no benefactor confers a ~benefit equal to that which a man 41 2, 29 | account the connection and the benefit received; and here again 42 2, 61 | since things are for the benefit of persons and not conversely. ~ 43 2, 68 | accused should have the ~benefit of the doubt, because the 44 2, 75 | deriving some ~particular benefit. Therefore, in contracts 45 2, 81 | death." Now just as the benefit of correction must not ~ 46 2, 81 | intercession: but one and the ~same benefit is first sought, and finally, 47 2, 87 | promissory oath is used for the benefit of the person ~to whom the 48 2, 87 | promises something for his benefit: for instance, if ~he promise 49 2, 87 | to ~God's honor or to the benefit of others: for instance, 50 2, 89 | praise God, not for His benefit, but for ours as stated.~ 51 2, 98 | obligation of using it for the benefit of others ~can lawfully 52 2, 98 | the good of the Church, or benefit of her ~ministers), he becomes 53 2, 104 | benefactor. For a man may benefit himself just as he may harm 54 2, 104 | because cannot ~otherwise benefit himself, seems to me like 55 2, 162 | deterrent to ~others, for whose benefit these things are written, 56 2, 172 | was ~exclusively for their benefit, not for that of the nations. 57 2, 172 | some future time were to benefit the nations, it was fitting 58 2, 174 | unbelievers for whose especial benefit the ~gift of tongues seems 59 2, 176 | because by ~its means a benefit, namely bodily health, is 60 2, 176 | addition to the common benefit bestowed in all miracles, 61 2, 176 | God ~works them for man's benefit, and this in two ways: in 62 2, 183 | ecclesiastical fabric, ~and for the benefit of the poor; the remaining 63 3, 1 | would hurt rather than ~benefit. And hence the Lord did 64 3, 7 | graces are ordained to the benefit of the ~faithful. But it 65 3, 7 | does not use is ~for the benefit of others, according to 66 3, 21 | word of beseeching ~did not benefit Himself, yet He spoke for 67 3, 21 | word of beseeching did not benefit Himself." For if "the Lord 68 3, 35 | movement procures for it the benefit of ~existence" [*Cf. Augustine, 69 3, 44 | expelling demons were ~for the benefit, not of the demons, but 70 3, 46 | and the earth felt a like benefit, for it was cleansed by 71 3, 48 | deceit and cunning should not benefit anyone, as even human laws ~ 72 3, 52 | says: "Some ~add that this benefit was also bestowed upon the 73 3, 52 | deemed worthy of such a benefit. Yet I do not ~doubt that 74 3, 52 | He did not confer ~the benefit of deliverance upon the 75 3, 52 | from it, but that such a benefit ~was bestowed upon some 76 3, 63 | further sacramental action or benefit received, ~since rather 77 3, 72 | Hispan.): "Although ~the benefit of Regeneration suffices 78 3, 79 | 1~Whether this sacrament benefit others besides the recipients?~ 79 3, 79 | the other sacraments only ~benefit the recipients; thus the 80 3, 79 | neither does this sacrament benefit others than the ~recipients.~ 81 3, 79 | therefore this sacrament benefit others besides the ~recipients, 82 3, 81 | Christ, ~as He derived no benefit from the sacrament. and 83 3, 81 | from fear, nor from the benefit received, ~nor from the 84 3, 83 | Receive it daily that it may benefit you every day."~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 8 | that he may receive ~the benefit of the sacrament, if he 86 Suppl, 8 | was granted for his own benefit. Now the power of jurisdiction 87 Suppl, 8 | granted a man for his own benefit, but for the good of the 88 Suppl, 8 | penitent will receive as much benefit from the ~absolution of 89 Suppl, 15| whatever is spent for the benefit of one's neighbor is a ~ 90 Suppl, 45| fraud ~and deceit should benefit no man," according to the 91 Suppl, 45| Therefore he should ~not benefit by it, through being released 92 Suppl, 45| the words, which does not benefit him, neither in the tribunal ~ 93 Suppl, 57| from persons conferring a ~benefit on another. But adoption 94 Suppl, 57| but the conferring of a ~benefit. Therefore no tie of relationship 95 Suppl, 71| by charity acquire some benefit from one another's ~works, 96 Suppl, 86| unbelievers would reap a benefit ~from their unbelief, which 97 Suppl, 88| did not receive as much benefit from the light of the heavenly 98 Suppl, 88| would have derived as much benefit from the light of the moon


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