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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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promises

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1 1, 13 | most ~great'] and precious promises, that by these we [Vulg.: ' 2 1, 21 | saved on account of the promises made ~to the fathers.~Aquin.: 3 2, 4 | OBJ 1: All those material promises contained in Holy Scripture, ~ 4 2, 69 | in Monte i, 4): "These ~promises can be fulfilled in this 5 2, 69 | the ~world. Hence Our Lord promises comfort to those that mourn.~ 6 2, 91 | Contra Faust. iv) that "promises of temporal goods are ~contained 7 2, 98 | that ~"to Abraham were the promises made and to his seed. He 8 2, 99 | precepts, by means of temporal promises and threats?~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 99 | precepts, by means of temporal promises and threats. ~For the purpose 10 2, 99 | charity." Therefore temporal promises and ~threats seem to be 11 2, 99 | employs temporal ~threats and promises, as means of persuading 12 2, 100 | by ~God. But the Divine promises concern the rewards of the 13 2, 107 | Testament contained temporal promises, whereas ~the New Testament 14 2, 107 | contains spiritual and eternal promises": since even ~the New Testament 15 2, 107 | Testament contains temporal promises, according to Mk. 10:30: 16 2, 107 | Testament they hoped in promises ~spiritual and eternal, 17 2, 107 | as containing ~temporal promises. On the other hand, those 18 2, 107 | containing spiritual and ~eternal promises, which are objects of the 19 2, 107 | to ~spiritual and eternal promises: and in this respect they 20 2, 107 | punishment and by temporal promises.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 21 2, 107 | 1:20: "Whatever are the promises of God, in Him," i.e. in 22 2, 107 | version reads thus: "All the promises of God are ~in Him, 'It 23 2, 108 | the true meaning of these promises, as to think that we ought ~ 24 2, 110 | great and most precious promises; that by these you may be ~ 25 2, 114 | 2), "in these temporal ~promises were figures of spiritual 26 2, 114 | people ~were adhering to the promises of the present life; and 27 2, 1 | not having received the ~promises, but beholding them afar 28 2, 2 | by faith . ~. . obtained promises," which would not be the 29 2, 7 | believe in all the Divine promises. Hence the text quoted continues: " 30 2, 15 | those things ~which God promises to them that obey Him, wherefore 31 2, 21 | of a promise. For he who promises ~rewards to them that obey 32 2, 21 | to hope: ~hence all the promises contained in the Law are 33 2, 21 | the Divine law, partly by ~promises, partly by admonitions and 34 2, 21 | the inclusion of certain promises, as in the case of the first ~ 35 2, 21 | to be induced thereto by promises, so neither was there need 36 2, 78 | the observance of one's promises: yet "truthfulness" covers 37 2, 86 | far. When, ~however, he promises, he already sets about doing, 38 2, 86 | faithful one must keep one's ~promises. Wherefore, according to 39 2, 86 | service: whereas we ~make promises to God not for His but for 40 2, 86 | something to God, but only promises it. Therefore, ~a vow is 41 2, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He who promises something gives it already 42 2, 86 | giver, but also one who promises to give.~Aquin.: SMT SS 43 2, 87 | to the person to whom he ~promises something; and this obligation 44 2, 87 | binds us to fulfil our ~promises to Him. On the other hand, 45 2, 87 | two ~ways. First, when he promises something for his benefit: 46 2, 87 | will. Secondly, one man promises another something pertaining 47 2, 89 | instruments as also by earthly promises - and because these material ~ 48 2, 93 | which contained earthly promises, there were ~consultations 49 2, 96 | When one man swears or promises to do another's will, there ~ 50 2, 108 | bound to keep all one's promises: for Isidore says (Synonym. ~ 51 2, 108 | has a mind to do what he ~promises, because he does not speak 52 2, 127 | believing the word of one who ~promises to help him. Since, however, 53 2, 138 | Testament contained temporal promises, while the ~promises of 54 2, 138 | temporal promises, while the ~promises of the New Testament are 55 2, 160 | God's promise. For God's promises refer to what He will do; 56 2, 160 | numbered among the Divine promises: ~for it is written (Is. 57 2, 160 | and it is ~thus that God promises pride as significant of 58 2, 172 | of the Assyrian kingdom promises were made most explicitly 59 2, 172 | were to be fulfilled the ~promises made through the prophetic 60 2, 172 | great event to come," the promises, namely, which were ~made 61 2, 178 | benefits, fourthly of His promises." Now of these four the ~ 62 2, 178 | the divine ~benefits and promises, man is led to the knowledge 63 2, 187 | yoke upon themselves He promises the ~refreshment of the 64 3, 7 | most great ~and precious promises, that by these you may be 65 3, 22 | most ~great and precious promises, that by these you may be 66 3, 31 | 16): "To Abraham were the promises made and to ~his seed. He 67 3, 35 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the promises concerning the coming of 68 3, 35 | To whom belong . . . the ~promises." But Christ was born during 69 3, 42 | show that by His coming the promises were ~fulfilled which had 70 3, 42 | truth of God, to confirm the promises made unto the fathers."~ 71 3, 62 | most great and precious ~promises; that we may be [Vulg.: ' 72 3, 71 | answering for the child, promises to use his endeavors that 73 3, 75 | Philosopher ~says (Ethic. ix), He promises us His bodily presence as 74 Suppl, 11| respect of which the penitent ~promises amendment; otherwise he 75 Suppl, 43| OBJ 2: Further, whoever promises a thing must be compelled 76 Suppl, 43| altogether the making of ~promises about the future, but the 77 Suppl, 43| future, but the making of promises as though one were ~certain 78 Suppl, 43| because by this very fact he promises ~[spondet] the marriage 79 Suppl, 43| to be fit to make certain promises ~for the future, especially 80 Suppl, 43| he who betroths himself ~promises his body to the woman. Therefore 81 Suppl, 45| Para. 2/2~Further, he who promises to do a certain thing does 82 Suppl, 45| words of the future tense, promises to marry a certain ~woman. 83 Suppl, 45| that he is marrying, but promises that he will marry, it follows 84 Suppl, 45| taking such a ~vow, but promises to become one.~~Aquin.: 85 Suppl, 46| he swears unlawfully who promises ~unlawfully; and a promise 86 Suppl, 49| dicta] by keeping one's promises; for since marriage is a ~ 87 Suppl, 55| whether he ~who actually promises marriage be lacking in age, 88 Suppl, 93| is added, when the Gospel promises eternal life to ~those who


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