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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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repent

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | but if that nation shall repent of its evil, I also ~will 2 1, 19 | of its evil, I also ~will repent of the evil that I have 3 1, 19 | our nature. For when we ~repent, we destroy what we have 4 1, 19 | therefore He says, "I also will repent," His words must be ~understood 5 1, 19 | metaphorically. For men seem to repent, when they do not ~fulfill 6 1, 64 | delivers from sin those who repent. But such as ~are not capable 7 1, 65 | delivers from sin those who repent. But such as ~are not capable 8 1, 94 | disposed that he would ~repent, if there had been a sin 9 1, 94 | there had been a sin to repent for; and had he seen ~unhappiness 10 2, 38 | in so far as wicked men ~repent of those things in which 11 2, 47 | with those who confess and repent and humble ~themselves; 12 2, 47 | In this way those ~who repent of their ill-deeds, and 13 2, 31 | with him, and invite him to repent with us." It follows ~from 14 2, 38 | sword, because, unless they repent, they are punished eternally ~ 15 2, 62 | He ~allows them time to repent, according as He knows what 16 2, 66 | stated there also: "If a man repent of ~having made a wicked 17 2, 86 | continency, but also to repent of what she has ~lost by 18 2, 86 | ad Arment. et Paulin.): "Repent not of thy vow: thou ~shouldst 19 2, 86 | Arment. et Paulin. cxxcii): "Repent not of thy vow: thou shouldst ~ 20 2, 98 | resign, but is bound to repent of his ~evil intention.~ 21 2, 112 | by my epistle, I do not repent," and further on (2 Cor. 22 2, 152 | to receive the grace to repent, and because by such ~works 23 2, 169 | which I have spoken shall repent of their evil, I also will ~ 24 2, 169 | their evil, I also will ~repent of the evil that I have 25 2, 169 | destroyed." God is said "to repent," metaphorically, ~inasmuch 26 2, 172 | which I have spoken shall ~repent of their evil, I also will 27 2, 172 | their evil, I also will repent" - and this pertains to 28 2, 172 | in ~My sight . . . I will repent of the good that I have 29 2, 184 | ad Paulin. et Arment.): "Repent not of ~thy vow; rejoice 30 3, 15 | been sin, that ~He might repent of His sin, and thus afford 31 3, 63 | their baptism, for when they repent and return to the ~fold 32 3, 64 | sacraments; ~because he can repent of his sin and so minister 33 3, 66 | Baptism, since when they repent and ~return they are not 34 3, 66 | in ~and love God and to repent of his sins: wherefore this 35 3, 68 | the new life, except he repent of his former life." ~Secondly, 36 3, 68 | the new life, except he repent of his former life," as ~ 37 3, 68 | to the old life, "will to repent of his ~former life"; so 38 3, 68 | they ~not also be said to repent, since by the words of those 39 3, 68 | ritual, they believe and repent; as we have ~stated above 40 3, 69 | who are baptized and truly repent, should not be subject to 41 3, 80 | it be ~mortal, a man may repent of it by morning and confess 42 3, 82 | persons, if they seem to repent, it does not follow that ~ 43 3, 82 | two minds, because he can repent of his sin and then celebrate. ~ 44 3, 84 | begin a new life, unless he repent of the old." Now ~not only 45 3, 84 | speaking, we are said to repent of ~what we have done of 46 3, 84 | natural law that one should ~repent of the evil one has done: 47 3, 84 | reason that man is moved to ~repent of the evil he has done: 48 3, 84 | admonished men, not only to repent, but also to "do ~penance," 49 3, 84 | natural law that one should repent of the evil one ~has done, 50 3, 84 | answer that, One is said to repent in two ways, actually and ~ 51 3, 84 | for a man continually to repent actually. ~for the acts, 52 3, 84 | Secondly, a ~man is said to repent habitually. and thus he 53 3, 84 | habitually. and thus he should repent continually, ~both by never 54 3, 85 | Q[84], A[10], ad 4), to repent ~is to deplore something 55 3, 85 | which it behooves us to repent, since a man from being 56 3, 86 | sin of which one cannot repent, is ~erroneous, first, because 57 3, 86 | whatsoever can be moved to repent, according to Prov. 21:1: " 58 3, 86 | in mercy, and ready to repent of the evil"; for, in a 59 3, 86 | OBJ 1: Esau did not truly repent. This is evident from his 60 3, 86 | Likewise neither did Antiochus repent truly; ~since he grieved 61 3, 86 | that nation . . . shall ~repent of their evil" which they 62 3, 86 | have done, "I also will repent of the ~evil that I have 63 3, 86 | it moves ~man's will to repent, which man's mercy cannot 64 3, 86 | unknown]: "There are many who ~repent having sinned, but not completely; 65 3, 86 | be truly penitent, if he repent of ~one sin and not of another. 66 3, 86 | it follows that he would repent of ~all. Whence it follows 67 3, 88 | which waits for us to ~repent, is despised. And so much 68 3, 89 | first, ~because he fails to repent; wherefore Isidore wrote 69 3, 89 | allowed to none but those who repent ~perfectly, as stated above. 70 3, 89 | bitter tears did indeed ~repent him of having denied his 71 Suppl, 2 | life everlasting ~unless he repent of this mortal life." But 72 Suppl, 14| charity ~when he begins to repent. Therefore his whole subsequent 73 Suppl, 14| should give up sin and ~repent, and so make satisfaction 74 Suppl, 16| saints in heaven will not repent actually, because, if they 75 Suppl, 16| said that even Abraham will repent of not having done more 76 Suppl, 16| good. But one ~ought to repent of evil done more than of 77 Suppl, 16| lack. ~Therefore they can repent.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[16] A[ 78 Suppl, 45| other nuptials ~when they repent of having married in haste; 79 Suppl, 62| Wherefore, if the wife repent of her sin, her ~husband 80 Suppl, 62| her away: whereas if she repent not, he is ~bound to do 81 Suppl, 93| the ~case with those who repent in the end after leading 82 Suppl, 95| evil?~(2) Whether they ever repent of the evil they have done?~( 83 Suppl, 95| 1/1~Whether the damned repent of the evil they have done?~ 84 Suppl, 95| seem that the damned never repent of the evil they have ~done. 85 Suppl, 95| done." Therefore they never repent of the sins they have ~committed.~ 86 Suppl, 95| the damned ~also cannot repent of the sins committed by 87 Suppl, 95| this world some sinners repent ~not of the sins they have 88 Suppl, 95| damned, being most wicked, repent all ~the more.~Aquin.: SMT 89 Suppl, 95| answer that, A person may repent of sin in two ways: in one 90 Suppl, 95| Accordingly the wicked will not repent of their sins directly, ~ 91 Suppl, 95| in them; but they will ~repent indirectly, inasmuch as 92 Suppl, 95| and thus ~indirectly they repent of wickedness committed.~ 93 Suppl, 95| possible for the damned to repent of their sins ~without turning 94 Suppl, 95| may be in this world, they repent of ~the sins indirectly, 95 Suppl, 96| that nation . . . shall repent of ~their evil, I also will 96 Suppl, 96| their evil, I also will repent of the evil that I have


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