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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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powerful

   Part, Question
1 1, 6 | essentially; ~as, to be powerful, wise and the like, as appears 2 1, 8 | OBJ 3: Further, the more powerful an agent is, the more extended 3 1, 8 | action. But God is the most powerful of all agents. Therefore 4 1, 8 | action of an agent, however powerful it may be, acts at ~a distance, 5 1, 12 | most mighty, great, and powerful, the ~Lord of hosts is Thy 6 1, 13 | O most mighty, great and powerful, the Lord of hosts is ~Thy 7 1, 22 | should fail. But God is most powerful. Therefore He assigns the ~ 8 1, 25 | does, He does in a most powerful and wise way. But a thing 9 1, 42 | perfect nature are more powerful to act. And so as Augustine ( 10 1, 45 | the effect is not more powerful than its cause. But in ~ 11 1, 48 | Enchir. 11), "God is so powerful ~that He can even make good 12 1, 55 | conditions. Consequently, however powerful the angelic mind ~might 13 1, 60 | Further, the cause is more powerful than the effect; and the ~ 14 1, 63 | the angelic nature is more powerful than the corporeal ~nature. 15 1, 66 | indissoluble, for My will ~is more powerful than the link that binds 16 1, 42 | perfect nature are more powerful to act. And so as Augustine ( 17 1, 46 | the effect is not more powerful than its cause. But in ~ 18 1, 49 | Enchir. 11), "God is so powerful ~that He can even make good 19 1, 56 | conditions. Consequently, however powerful the angelic mind ~might 20 1, 61 | Further, the cause is more powerful than the effect; and the ~ 21 1, 64 | the angelic nature is more powerful than the corporeal ~nature. 22 1, 67 | indissoluble, for My will ~is more powerful than the link that binds 23 1, 77 | Further, the soul is more powerful than the body. But the body 24 1, 91 | especially as God is so powerful that ~He can direct any 25 1, 96 | made man's soul of such a powerful nature, that from its fulness 26 1, 103 | 2: Further, God is more powerful than any created agent. 27 1, 105 | intellect is not ~sufficiently powerful, for it is natural to him 28 1, 114 | those of a more ~subtle and powerful nature." And Dionysius ( 29 1, 114 | heavenly bodies are more powerful than inferior bodies. ~But 30 1, 117 | Body Para. 4/4~Now the more powerful an agent, the greater scope 31 1, 117 | living bodies, as ~being more powerful, act so as to generate their 32 2, 2 | on: "Think you a man is powerful who is surrounded ~by attendants, 33 2, 4 | God gave the soul such a powerful nature that from its ~exceeding 34 2, 6 | compelled by that which is more powerful. But there is ~something, 35 2, 6 | namely, God, that is more powerful than the human will. ~Therefore 36 2, 6 | Reply OBJ 1: God Who is more powerful than the human will, can 37 2, 13 | when I am weak, then am I powerful." ~But the last end is nowise 38 2, 22 | OBJ 2: Further, the more powerful the active force, the more 39 2, 22 | universal good, is a more powerful active force than the object 40 2, 31 | which is natural ~is most powerful: and it is to these pleasures 41 2, 35 | the sense resisting a more powerful body." Therefore pain is ~ 42 2, 43 | apprehended as ~harmful is powerful, that its effect cannot 43 2, 48 | Since then the cause is more powerful than its effect, it seems 44 2, 73 | an injury on a rich and powerful person than on a poor man, 45 2, 77 | Further, the cause is more powerful than its effect. But passion ~ 46 2, 81 | perfect in nature, is more powerful ~in action. Now perfect 47 2, 83 | touch, which is the most powerful incentive to ~concupiscence. 48 2, 83 | touch, which ~is the most powerful object of the concupiscible 49 2, 95 | government ~by a few rich and powerful men; and then we have "Praetorian," 50 2, 100 | the people, or by a few powerful men in the state. Now ~human 51 2, 102 | horses and men, cruelty of powerful men is prohibited. The ~ 52 2, 112 | cause must ~always be more powerful than its effect. Now the 53 2, 10 | there have been many very powerful ~catholic princes like Constantine 54 2, 12 | complain that God is so powerful as to torture them thus." 55 2, 28 | themselves happy, and so ~far powerful as to think themselves in 56 2, 61 | granted to the rich and powerful than to others. Therefore 57 2, 87 | is more certain and more powerful. Therefore in ~the very 58 2, 87 | acknowledges God to be more ~powerful, by reason of His unfailing 59 2, 127 | another is friendly to him and powerful, ~a man is confident that 60 2, 146 | genus the cause is the most powerful. Now ~gluttony is apparently 61 2, 146 | a cause necessarily more powerful, unless it ~be a direct 62 2, 151 | Further, the cause is more powerful than its effect. Now original ~ 63 2, 151 | contrary, The cause is more powerful than its effect. Now wine 64 2, 169 | causes prophecy is more powerful ~than the right of natural 65 3, 14 | induced by something more powerful. But no ~creature is more 66 3, 14 | But no ~creature is more powerful than the soul of Christ, 67 3, 14 | OBJ 3: Nothing was more powerful than Christ's soul, absolutely; ~ 68 3, 14 | hinder a thing being more powerful in regard to ~this or that 69 3, 36 | for the Magi were wise and powerful; the ~shepherds simple and 70 3, 41 | works of the devil, not by ~powerful deeds, but rather by suffering 71 3, 41 | the ~perfect deed, is more powerful* than the assault of the 72 3, 41 | fasting, and how it is a most powerful ~shield against the devil; 73 3, 53 | Christ's body is not more ~powerful than His soul; yet according 74 3, 53 | Divine power it is more ~powerful. Again the soul by reason 75 3, 53 | Godhead united to it is more ~powerful than the body in respect 76 3, 54 | God made the soul of such powerful nature, that from ~its fullest 77 3, 64 | united instrument, the more powerful it is, is ~all the more 78 3, 72 | reason of its ~having a more powerful effect.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 79 3, 73 | of Christ, nor any more powerful oblation"; our Lord ~instituted 80 3, 79 | this sacrament is not less powerful than Baptism. But, ~as stated 81 3, 81 | person of Christ are not more powerful than when uttered by Christ ~ 82 3, 86 | OBJ 3: God's mercy is more powerful than man's, in that it moves ~ 83 Suppl, 8 | and on account of the more powerful ~blessings bestowed by God 84 Suppl, 42| concupiscence; but a yet more ~powerful remedy is found in spiritual 85 Suppl, 73| the more ~subtle and more powerful bodies, so are all bodies 86 Suppl, 74| order by the more subtle and powerful bodies": wherefore the entire ~ 87 Suppl, 79| sense, on ~account of the powerful influence of the imagination) 88 Suppl, 83| corrupted ~unless some more powerful cause prevent it: whereas


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