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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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freely

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | supreme ~power, that He freely forgives sins. For it is 2 1, 38 | to possess what we ~can freely use or enjoy as we please: 3 1, 38 | the Love proceeding, so as freely to ~know God truly and to 4 1, 43 | possess only what we can freely use or enjoy: and ~to have 5 1, 43 | perfected so that it can freely use not only the created 6 1, 43 | Father gives Himself, as freely bestowing Himself to be 7 1, 62 | intellectual nature to be ~inclined freely towards the objects it desires. 8 1, 64 | before its adhesion, it can freely ~adhere either to this or 9 1, 38 | to possess what we ~can freely use or enjoy as we please: 10 1, 38 | the Love proceeding, so as freely to ~know God truly and to 11 1, 43 | possess only what we can freely use or enjoy: and ~to have 12 1, 43 | perfected so that it can freely use not only the created 13 1, 43 | Father gives Himself, as freely bestowing Himself to be 14 1, 63 | intellectual nature to be ~inclined freely towards the objects it desires. 15 1, 65 | before its adhesion, it can freely ~adhere either to this or 16 1, 82 | act by ~which man judges freely. Now in us the principle 17 1, 83 | image - "which is able ~freely to judge of the species 18 1, 90 | differences of things, he may ~freely survey the sensible objects 19 2, 10 | than for it to be moved freely, which ~is becoming to its 20 2, 13 | chooses of necessity or freely?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 21 2, 13 | chooses of necessity or freely?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 22 2, 13 | chooses not of necessity, but freely.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 23 2, 17 | cause. For the will can tend freely towards ~various objects, 24 2, 26 | another appetite ~following freely from an apprehension in 25 2, 29 | faith, ~that they may sin freely; in whose person it is said ( 26 2, 37 | as to be unable to attend freely to outward things, ~withdraws 27 2, 73 | inclination is to ~be moved freely of itself in accord with 28 2, 73 | sometimes knowingly and freely inflicts harm ~on himself, 29 2, 76 | that he may sin the more freely; or indirectly, as when 30 2, 76 | ignorant ~that he may sin more freely, and ignorance of this kind 31 2, 77 | not to exercise its act freely; even as sleep or ~drunkenness, 32 2, 79 | nature, whereas God works ~freely, through the order of His 33 2, 102 | peace-victims were offered freely, and no one ~was bound to 34 2, 108 | itself." Therefore he acts freely, who acts of his own ~accord. 35 2, 108 | aright, it makes us do ~freely those things that are becoming 36 2, 108 | it ~also makes us comply freely with these precepts and 37 2, 109 | 3:24: "Being justified ~freely by His grace." Hence even 38 2, 110 | it is taken for any gift ~freely bestowed, as we are accustomed 39 2, 111 | contrary; since something is freely given by God, because ~man 40 2, 111 | 3:24: "Being justified freely [gratis] by His grace." ~ 41 2, 111 | infinite number of gifts freely ~bestowed on us by God as 42 2, 113 | written (Rm. 3:24): "Justified freely by His ~grace."~Aquin.: 43 2, 113 | hinders the soul from tending freely to God. Now a ~hindrance 44 2, 114 | principle of all merit. ~Now God freely bestows the good of perseverance, 45 2, 13 | acknowledged, in order to sin more freely: while the other is the ~ 46 2, 76 | a thing which its owner ~freely gives him. Now he who accepts 47 2, 76 | he who accepts the loan, freely gives the usury. ~Therefore 48 2, 84 | accept oblations that are freely offered; thirdly, if ~the 49 2, 98 | Lord said ~(Mt. 10:8): "Freely have you received, freely 50 2, 98 | Freely have you received, freely give."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 51 2, 98 | spiritual things have been freely bestowed, then ~the statutory 52 2, 98 | 3:9, certain ~gifts were freely offered to the good prophets, 53 2, 98 | the mind to pray for them freely and out of charity. Temporal ~ 54 2, 98 | according to Mt. 10:8, "Freely have you ~received, freely 55 2, 98 | Freely have you ~received, freely give." Wherefore whosoever 56 2, 104 | to a ~benefactor to act freely and quickly." Now repayment 57 2, 145 | the mind may arise more freely to the contemplation ~of 58 2, 150 | pleasures, in order more freely to ~give himself to the 59 2, 150 | pleasure in order more freely to have leisure for Divine 60 2, 160 | a man delights in doing ~freely whatever he will. The last 61 2, 182 | lawful things, in order more ~freely to give himself to the service 62 2, 182 | lawfully use, in order ~more freely to give themselves to God, 63 2, 184 | acceptable to God which are done ~freely and not of necessity, according 64 2, 187 | father, is not hindered from ~freely disposing of his person 65 2, 187 | we authorize him to go ~freely."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 66 3, 15 | by having ~sinned, but by freely bearing the punishment of 67 3, 22 | will of the Sufferer, Who freely offered Himself to ~suffering. 68 3, 22 | 24,25: "Being justified freely by His ~grace, through the 69 3, 46 | which, as it bestows gifts freely, so it ~appears to condone 70 3, 46 | 24,25: "Being justified freely by His grace, through ~the 71 3, 62 | 3:24: "Being justified freely by His grace."~Aquin.: SMT 72 3, 70 | 3:2: "Being justified ~freely by His grace," etc.~Aquin.: 73 3, 72 | given to man that he may freely ~confess the faith of Christ. 74 3, 72 | because man is hindered from freely confessing Christ's name, ~ 75 3, 72 | given that we may confess freely: but not ~that we may confess 76 3, 79 | 3:24: "Being justified freely by His grace." Therefore 77 3, 85 | according to Ps. 53:8: "I will freely sacrifice to ~Thee." Therefore 78 Suppl, 11| know it unconditionally and freely.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[11] A[ 79 Suppl, 13| him by ~God, yet it was freely bestowed on him, that he 80 Suppl, 45| by accepting one ~another freely. and this is judged to be 81 Suppl, 50| through being unable to do so freely, and thus we have the impediment 82 Suppl, 51| condition, since a slave cannot freely ~give power over his body 83 Suppl, 52| makes him unable to pay it ~freely. Therefore, just as ignorance 84 Suppl, 52| lepers can pay the debt freely; although they lay a burden 85 Suppl, 52| of being unable to marry freely, even without his master' 86 Suppl, 58| facto" give his service freely, are impediments ~to marriage, 87 Suppl, 93| the reward of those who by freely ~choosing a more perfect


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