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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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rewards

   Part, Question
1 1, 24 | life is placed ~among the rewards of the just, according to 2 1, 47 | regards the distribution of rewards, the inequality of which 3 1, 65 | they are offered to man as rewards. ~For such rewards, as consist 4 1, 65 | man as rewards. ~For such rewards, as consist in these visible 5 1, 65 | retribution, since ~equal rewards or punishments are due to 6 1, 76 | with the distinction ~of rewards and punishments.~Aquin.: 7 1, 77 | rejoice at the pains or rewards which they receive. Therefore 8 1, 48 | regards the distribution of rewards, the inequality of which 9 1, 66 | they are offered to man as rewards. ~For such rewards, as consist 10 1, 66 | man as rewards. ~For such rewards, as consist in these visible 11 1, 66 | retribution, since ~equal rewards or punishments are due to 12 1, 75 | with the distinction ~of rewards and punishments.~Aquin.: 13 1, 76 | rejoice at the pains or rewards which they receive. Therefore 14 1, 82 | commands, prohibitions, rewards, and punishments would be 15 1, 95 | from ~the fact that He rewards some and punishes others; 16 1, 102 | precepts and prohibitions, rewards and punishments. But ~irrational 17 2, 19 | Confess. ix, 3) that God rewards the ~intention. But God 18 2, 19 | the ~intention. But God rewards a thing because it is good. 19 2, 69 | and virtues?~(2) Of the rewards of the beatitudes: whether 20 2, 69 | Of the fittingness of the rewards ascribed to the beatitudes.~ 21 2, 69 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the rewards assigned to the beatitudes 22 2, 69 | It would seem that the rewards assigned to the beatitudes 23 2, 69 | happiness. Therefore these rewards refer to the life to come.~ 24 2, 69 | Therefore neither do the rewards of the beatitudes refer ~ 25 2, 69 | He ~is." Therefore these rewards refer to the future life.~ 26 2, 69 | agreed in speaking of ~these rewards. For some, with Ambrose ( 27 2, 69 | v), hold that all ~these rewards refer to the life to come; 28 2, 69 | those that are assigned as rewards, may ~be either perfect 29 2, 69 | do not receive material rewards in ~this life, yet they 30 2, 69 | they never lack spiritual rewards, even in this life, ~according 31 2, 69 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: All these rewards will be fully consummated 32 2, 69 | beatitudes, not as merits, but as rewards. Yet the effects of the ~ 33 2, 69 | life are indicated in the rewards, for the reason given ~above. 34 2, 69 | the merits or as to the rewards: because they must ~all 35 2, 69 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the rewards of the beatitudes are suitably 36 2, 69 | It would seem that the rewards of the beatitudes are unsuitably ~ 37 2, 69 | kingdom of heaven, no ~other rewards should be mentioned.~Aquin.: 38 2, 69 | Monte i, 4): whereas the rewards seem ~to be placed in the 39 2, 69 | heaven." Therefore these rewards are ~unsuitably enumerated.~ 40 2, 69 | Lord Who propounded these ~rewards.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 41 2, 69 | 1/3~I answer that, These rewards are most suitably assigned, 42 2, 69 | perishable ~things. Wherefore the rewards of the first three beatitudes 43 2, 69 | assigns to these beatitudes rewards in ~correspondence with 44 2, 69 | or beatitude: ~hence the rewards are assigned in correspondence 45 2, 69 | xv in Matth.), all these rewards ~are one in reality, viz. 46 2, 69 | the merits to which ~those rewards are assigned.~Aquin.: SMT 47 2, 69 | so it deserves all the rewards of the beatitudes. Hence 48 2, 69 | understand all the other rewards to be ~attributed to it 49 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The rewards are also arranged in ascending 50 2, 99 | that in the ~Law certain rewards should be appointed for 51 2, 99 | according as God punishes or rewards certain ones ~justly.~Aquin.: 52 2, 99 | refer to punishments and ~rewards may be called "testimonies," 53 2, 99 | forth ~as punishments or rewards of the commandments of the 54 2, 99 | means of punishments and ~rewards. Now it is to be observed 55 2, 99 | men by means of temporal rewards or ~punishments to be inflicted 56 2, 99 | persuades men ~by meas of rewards or punishments to be received 57 2, 100 | Divine promises concern the rewards of the precepts. ~Therefore 58 2, 107 | promise of some extrinsic rewards, such as honor, ~riches, 59 2, 114 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These rewards are said to have been divinely 60 2, 7 | about Him, with regard to rewards and punishments, ~concerning 61 2, 13 | mercy that ~pardons sins and rewards good deeds, which hope is 62 2, 21 | promise. For he who promises ~rewards to them that obey him, by 63 2, 21 | induced, by the hope of rewards, to observe precepts of 64 2, 26 | bestowed by Him, by the rewards we hope ~to receive from 65 2, 59 | commutative justice, in so far as rewards are apportioned ~to merits, 66 2, 122 | requires these works of us, and rewards us for them: and ~in this 67 2, 140 | in three ways. First, as ~rewards that which they both desire, 68 3, 55 | But the punishments and rewards of the future life ~are 69 3, 59 | after the final allotment of rewards and ~punishments. But rewards 70 3, 59 | rewards and ~punishments. But rewards and punishments are allotted 71 3, 59 | as to other accidental rewards of the ~good angels, such 72 3, 89 | that through Penance, God rewards the former deeds ~done in 73 Suppl, 27| not of certain ~accidental rewards, such as the remission of 74 Suppl, 69| after death neither the ~rewards of the saints nor the punishments 75 Suppl, 69| Para. 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, rewards and punishments vary in 76 Suppl, 69| degrees in punishments or rewards does not ~diversify the 77 Suppl, 84| sentence of one who condemns or rewards cannot be just, unless it ~ 78 Suppl, 85| assigning punishments and rewards to each one after death, 79 Suppl, 86| cause of certain accidental rewards in men, in so far ~as the 80 Suppl, 86| angels both in nature and rewards [*Cf. FP, Q[108], A[8]~], 81 Suppl, 86| merits and the payment of rewards. As regards the payment 82 Suppl, 86| As regards the payment of rewards, ~all will be judged, even 83 Suppl, 86| regards the ~payment of rewards.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 84 Suppl, 90| the ~different degrees of rewards (Tract. lxvii in Joan.).~ 85 Suppl, 90| diversity is the diversity of rewards. This does not prevent our ~ 86 Suppl, 93| Church militant ~special rewards are given to those who perform 87 Suppl, 93| the fruit. ~For different rewards are not due to the same 88 Suppl, 93| Further, there are only two rewards in beatitude, namely the ~ 89 Suppl, 93| nothing incongruous if various rewards correspond ~to the same 90 Suppl, 93| somewhat the cause of reward, rewards must ~needs be diversified,


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